Lifestyle

304 men register divorce cases in eleven months Jhapa access_timeAugust 9

Bhadrapur–The number of men seeking the help of a court to end their married life has increased in Jhapa with Nepal Civil Code- 2074 BS coming into force from August 17, 2018. Since then, 304 divorce cases have been filed by men, the court dat...

Divorce cases increase in Rupandehi access_timeAugust 6

Khasyeuli–Divorce cases have increased in Rupandehi. As the District Court Rupandehi said, foreign employment, alcohol consumption, drug abuse and failed love marriage are the apparent common causes contributing to the increased number of divorce...

More men seeking divorce in Chitwan access_timeJuly 21

Chitwan–The number of men submitting applications at the District Court in Chitwan seeking divorce since the new Criminal Code came into effect last year is more than that of women. Of the total 845 applications submitted at the District Court...

World Religions Discuss the Nature of Life through the Beginning of Man access_timeJune 20

Kathmandu–On June 15th, with the theme of “About the Beginning of Man”, “The 6th Inter-Continental World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Office Meeting” was held to discuss religious teachings on human life written in s...

15 inter-caste couples honoured access_timeJune 5

Beni– Fifteen couples who had done the inter-caste marriage have been honoured here. The joint political Dalit struggle committee honoured the couple amidst a programme organized on the occasion of the national day on elimination of untouchabilit...

Magar festival commences access_timeFebruary 20

Parbat–The First Magar Festival has kicked off here today aimed at collecting funds for the preservation of the culture of the Magar community that is under threat.  Gandaki Province Chief Minister Prithvi Subba Gurung inaugurated the F...

122 divorces in 6 months in Palpa, number of men filing for divorce higher than past access_timeFebruary 8

Bejhad –In the past six months of the current fiscal year, the District Court Palpa registered 122 divorce cases. Among those seeking the legal procedure to end the conjugal life, 87 were women and the remaining 35 were men.  The present sc...

Tips to Handle your Flirty Partner to Stave off your Insecurities access_timeमाघ १६, २०७५

When you first met him, it was his charming personality what got you attracted to him. But now his flirtatious nature makes you insecure because it makes you wonder why he still needs to flirt when he has you. If your man has this habit of flirting ...

Gurung community drives for enlivening indigenous language access_timeJanuary 22

Melamchi–Gurung language class has begun at Panchpokhari Thangpal rural municipality-7, Bhotenamlang in Sindhupalchowk.  The language class convened with support from Tamu Dhi Belgium is to enliven the indigenous language and culture of...

Girls compelled to give up study due to early marriage access_timeDecember 18

Kathmandu– Around 40 per cent of women get married before the age of 18 in rural areas of the country. One out of six women getting married early becomes the victim of physical violence, revealed a report.  A report related to importanc...

People’s reps launch campaign against chhaugoth access_timeDecember 9

Jumla– People’s representatives have launched a campaign against chhaugoth- a traditional practice of excluding girl/women from home to outhouse during menstruation.  The people’s representatives at local level and social or...

Former Kamaiyas in Banke still struggling for decent living standard access_timeSeptember 4

Nepalgunj –Seventeen years have passed since the government had abolished the Kamaiya system from the country; the former Kamaiyas have been still struggling for better livelihood. This system pervasive in the western and far-western Tarai distri...

Domestic violence, changing lifestyle fuel divorce in Rolpa access_timeAugust 5

Rolpa – At a time when the domestic violence and changing lifestyle have been taken as the major reasons behind growing cases of divorce, the growing public awareness about domestic violence have encouraged women to register for divorce in Rolpa....

Science top choice of SEE top scorers access_timeJune 27

Kathmandu –Science has been the top choice of the students scoring outstanding grade in the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), the Grade 10 final examinations, held in March. The results of SEE were published on Monday.  Most of the...

Malekhu and Bairani under darkness access_timeJune 19

Malekhu –Locals at Galchhi Rural Municipality-6 Baireni, Maheshdobhan and Gajuri Rural Municipality-2 Malekhubazaar in the district are living under darkness for two weeks.  The sheer negligence of Nepal Electricity Authority to restore...

129-member committee formed to celebrate International Day of Yoga access_timeJune 13

Kathmandu –The government has formed a 129-member main committee headed by Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Giriraj Mani Pokhrel, to celebrate the fourth International Day of Yoga in a grand manner.  The first meeting of ...

Scarcity of drinking water driving people out of village in Palpa access_timeJune 4

Rampur, Palpa –Gothari Ghari village of Mathagadhi Rural Municipality-5 in the district is emptying at a faster pace for want of drinking water, a basic need for life. The village of around 500 families has been reduced to merely 200 in search of...

Kali Bahadur's growing beard draws monthly salary access_timeMay 24

Dang – As hilarious as it grows, a person is earning a salary by growing beard for the past 12 years.  Kali Bahadur Budhathoki, a resident of Ghorahi Sub Metropolitan City – 15, gets monthly salary for just continuing with a beard...

Rural municipality buys water to satiate villagers' thirst access_timeMay 15

Paanchthar – A local level body in Paancthar has focused on providing facilities to the people by discarding its own ease.  The Kummayak rural municipality – reeling under perennial drinking water crisis – made the declarati...

Two Tanahun villages lack electricity access_timeMay 8

Damauli, Tanahun – Approximately 84 households of two villages, Byas Municipality-14 and Bandipur Rural Municipality-6, are forced to live in the dark without electricity.  Every election, poll agenda dominates electricity, drinking wat...