full story »The number of motorcycles and scooters registered in Lumbini, Narayani and Koshi zones is nearing the figure in Bagmati zone where the Kathmandu Valley is situated, the largest market for motor vehicles in Nepal, pointing to swelling two-wheeler sales in emerging story »Netherlands have won the toss and invited visitors, Nepal, to bat first in their second fourth round match of the ICC World Cricket League Championship in Amstelveen, the Netherlands on Monday.
A cabinet meeting on Thursday decided to provide the amount to 41 families of individuals and 11 families of security personnel.
The meeting also decided to provide martyrs status to the 41 individuals.
KP Oli Sharma-led government had already declared to the other 11 security personnel who died during the protests.
The government has also formed a committee under former Justice Girish Chandra Lal to probe various incidents during the Madhes protest.
Other members of seven-member committee will be decided by Home Ministry after coordination with PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal.
Today’s meeting also decided to bear Rs 9.16 million expenses incurred during the treatment of Kabul attack victims.
The final rites of 27 people who were killed in a bus accident in Kavre district on Monday were performed in Kathmandu and Ramechhap on Wednesday in a grim reminder of the dangers of road travel in the country and how old and unmaintained public buses, poor road conditions and bus operators’ blasé attitude about passenger safety have been claiming innocent people’s lives.
Lawmakers have objected to the Local Body Restructuring Commission (LBRC)’s proposal to carve out 565 local units across the country as part of the local body restructuring, saying that the LBRC’s work is unscientific and out of place.
The tagadharis or those who wear the 'Janai' (the sacred thread) around their bodies from the left shoulder change the sacred thread today after having a haircut and a bath on the occasion of 'Janai Purnima', also known as 'Rishi Tarpani'.
While India was celebrating this year’s Independence Day, Rajesh Shrestha of Nepal posted a photo of an ‘Incredible India’ campaign poster on Facebook that caused a stir in social media among story »Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has directed the authorities concerned to make rigorous assessment of potential security risk before allowing Nepali migrants to go to work in story »The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has witnessed an increase in net system losses, or commonly known as ‘electricity leakage’, in the last fiscal year at a time when the country is reeling under prolonged power cuts.
full story »The Agro Enterprise Centre under the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) has launched an agricultural market-related Android application named Krishi Udhyam Bazar.