Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health and Population Upendra Yadav left for New Delhi, the capital city of India, on Sunday evening to attend the fourth conference of 'Global Digital Health Partnership'.
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has decided to have the underground electric cable in the Kathmandu Valley in a bid to minimise the risk of electric shocks and maintain the urban beauty. In the first phase of the cable undergrounding
Yet again, rain in most of the places across the country and the snowfall in some places have been predicted today due to influence of the westerly wind, according to the Meteorological Forecasting Division. Most of the places of the country would
Mayor of Bidur municipality, Sanju Pandit, has expressed commitment to providing landownership certificate to landless squatters by establishing a robust coordination with federal government to resolve the problems. Mayor Pandit
The Chitwan police has said it has been successful in arresting perpetrators of almost all cases of rape reported to the police in the district. Growing cases of rape in the district instigated the prompt police response to the incidence and search
The Independent Transport Workers Association of Nepal (ITWAN) is to impart training to 48,000 drivers and their helpers of public vehicles with an objective of reducing the number of road accidents. The ITWAN is going to launch the campaign with
The Jawalakhel-based Central Zoo has intensified the works to construct new and advanced structures for animals. According to Zoo's information officer Lina Chalise, a new shelter with air-conditioned facility is being built for red panda.
More than 15,000 people have been benefitted with an 11-day health camp organised by the Ministry of Health and Population with the support of Nepal Army at Rajbiraj. A total of 15,134 people- 6,368 men and 8,766 women- received different types
The Lalitpur metropolis has begun preparation for installation of 'smart' lights in the major streets of the metropolis. The installation is being carried out under joint collaboration between the metropolis and the Nepal Electricity Authority.
Senior litterateur and linguist Prof Bal Krishna Pokharel passed away this morning. He was 85. He died at his residence in Biratnagar-8 at 1:00 am today. Pokharel had been admitted to the hospital on Saturday after he suffered a sudden
Nepal leads in South Asia in terms of ensuring rights to the sexual and gender minorities. The Constitution of Nepal (2015) and the Civil Code, 2074 (2017) make clear provision for the rights of this community. Regulations also provide for easy
Myagdi correspondent of Rastriya Samachar Samiti Santosh Gautam has been honoured with the KD year journalism prize 2075. The prize carrying a purse of Rs. 11,111 was presented to Gautam on Saturday in recognition of his contribution to agro
Minister for Education, Science and Technology Girirajmani Pokharel has said that the federation, province and local level representatives should work together to make the enrollment and literacy campaign successful. Speaking at
A man was seriously injured in an accident that took place while he was paragliding here on Saturday. Atit Mainali,29, of Bagdol in Lalitpur metropolis-7 was injured in the incident. He met with an accident while paragliding solo from Sarangkot in