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Govt committed to people's happiness, says PM access_timeFebruary 23

Yasok Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the government was devoted to ensure happiness to people with increasing comforts and facilities resulted with the development activities. While inaugurating the Greater Pumping Drinking Water and Electrif...

Chairman Dahal inaugurates Mithila circumambulation- longest religious trek linking two-country shrines access_timeFebruary 23

Dhanusha– Chairman of Nepal Communist Party (NCP), Pushpa Kamal Dahal, inaugurated the Mithila circumambulation by lifting the palanquin of Mithilabihari God. He also showered flowers from the helicopter in the premises of Mithilabihari Temple he...

Communications Minister Khatiwada urges media to spread positive message access_timeFebruary 23

Kathmandu–Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Dr Yubraj Khatiwada, has urged media to disseminate positive message to build civilized society. Assuming the office of the Communications Ministry today, Khatiwada, also the Fi...

Elderly woman dies in ox attack access_timeOctober 14

Kanchanpur–An elderly woman was killed after being attacked by an ox at Phuleli of Shuklaphanta municipality-8 in Kanchanpur district on Sunday evening. The ox attacked local resident Chatakali Chaudhary, 75, while drinking water. Chaudhary di...

Police Chief Khanal leaves for Chile access_timeOctober 14

Kathmandu–Inspector General of Police Sarbendra Khanal on Sunday night left for Chile to take part in the 88th INTERPOL General Assembly scheduled for October 15-18. IGP Khanal is accompanied by Deputy Inspector General of Police at the Centra...

Tourist dies of altitude sickness access_timeSeptember 30

Gorkha–A foreign tourist died of high altitude sickness in course of a mountaineering expedition to Manaslu mountain in Samagaon of Chumunubri rural municipality-1. The incident took place on Saturday. Polish citizen Rita Doneta Bladya,50, die...

Gandaki state CM Gurung offers sorrow over death in flooding access_timeJuly 26

Kaski–Chief Minister of Gandaki State Prithivi Subba Gurung has expressed his sorrow over the loss of human and physical property caused by the flooding in local Dordi river on July 24. He in a statement also extended his tribute to those kill...

KMC starts producing compost from biodegradable waste access_timeJuly 26

Kathmandu–Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has begun producing compost by making use of biodegradable waste generated from houses. KMC's efforts aim to make use of biodegradable garbage generated from the city, which also helps waste mana...

Former minister Singh passes away at 87 access_timeJuly 26

Saptari–Former minister Chaturbhuj Prasad Singh has passed away today morning. He was 87. Singh, who was suffering from high blood pressure, died at 6 am in his home in Rajbiraj municipality in the district. Born in the Nepali month of Ashoj, ...

PM Oli off to Cambodia from Viet Nam access_timeMay 13

Hanoi– Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has left for Cambodia after wrapping of his five-day official visit to Viet Nam this morning. Prime Minster had arrived Viet Nam on May 9 at the official invitation of Vietnamese Prime Minster Nguyen Xu...

Immigrant agents arrest 280 at Texas tech repair company access_timeApril 4

 DALLAS– Immigration agents have arrested nearly 300 people at a North Texas technology company in what authorities say is one of the largest enforcement actions of its kind in a decade. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says feder...

PM Modi donates Rs 21 lakh from personal savings for welfare of Kumbh sanitation workers access_timeMarch 6

New Delhi– Prime Minister Narendra Modi has donated Rs 21 lakh from his personal savings to the Kumbh Safai Karamchari Corpus Fund (KSKCF). The funds donated by him will be spent on welfare activities for Kumbh sanitation workers.  On F...

Bajura folk reeling under water crisis access_timeJanuary 17

  Bajura– A total of 72 households at Jera village in Swamikartik Khapar Rural Municipality in Bajura district are reeling under severe drinking water problems. For lack of sufficient water supply, the villagers are forced to make long li...

Rice production increases by 12% in Province 1 access_timeDecember 10

Biratnagar–Rice production in Province 1 this year increased by 12 per cent compared to the previous year.  According to the Regional Agriculture Directorate Office, Biratnagar, a total of one million 241 thousand 639 metric tons of rice wa...

172 flood-hit families given relief assistance access_timeDecember 6

Martadi – The flood-hit families at Rila village in Badimalika Municipality-4 of Bajura district have been provided with relief materials by different social organizations on Wednesday.  The representatives of the municipality and socia...

International Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) Day observed access_timeMay 29

Kathmandu – The International Sagarmatha Day main celebrations committee awarded various people and organisations having contributions to the mountaineering sector amidst a programme here today.  Nepal Mountaineering Instructor Associat...

Gaza toll rises to 59 with more protests against Israel planned access_timeMay 15

GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories – Fresh protests were expected Tuesday a day after Israeli forces killed 59 Palestinians during clashes and protests along the Gaza border against the US embassy opening in Jerusalem in the conflict's bloodi...

Nerpa clinches Anup Memorial Gold Cup access_timeMay 15

Khotang – Nerpa has clinched the Anup Memorial Gold Cup Football Tournament after defeating Buipa Service Society in the final held at the Matikore ground in Dikktel on Sunday.  Nerpa from Rupakot Majhuwagadi municipality – 6 won th...

Cabbies in Pokhara undergo hospitality training access_timeMay 15

Pokhara – The cabbies in Pokhara have gone through hospitality training under a programme aimed at giving them basic tourism related lessons.  Around 70 taxi drivers were given the training as they are the first to come into contact with ...

Gale-force wind triggers fire access_timeMay 15

Kanchanpur –Fire broke out at four different locations from electric short circuits triggered by gale – speed winds in Kanchanpur.  The fire inflicted property losses valued at Rs 700,000 killing scores of farm animals. According to...