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Biplav Group's Lamjung Secretary held access_timeJune 25

Kaski–A district-level leader of Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav) group was arrested in Pokhara. Kaski Police nabbed Biplav Group's Lamjung district secretary Binod Sonam from Pokhara metropolis-4, Siddhachowk last night, shared Kaski Police ch...

Two girls gang-raped access_timeJune 24

Rupandehi–Two gangs of at least eight people have raped two girls at Gaidahawa rural municipality of Rupandehi district, said the police. Although the rape took place on June 17, it came to light later as the rapists threatened the rape surviv...

Preparation initiated to return Nepali labourers in coma access_timeJune 24

Kathmandu– The government has initiated preparation to return Nepali labourers who have been languishing at coma in different hospitals abroad. A meeting of the Foreign Employment Board held Sunday under the chairpersonship of Minister for Lab...

Rape cases increase in Karnali State access_timeJune 23

Birendranagar– The Karnali State in the past nine months reported 116 cases of rape which is nearly a double compared to the incidences occurred in the corresponding period last year. According to Karnali State Police Office, 59 cases of rape occ...

Alcoholic husband sets house on fire, wife killed access_timeJune 23

Darchula–A woman has been burnt to death while trying to retrieve valuables from her home set on fire by her husband under influence of alcohol. The incident took place last night at Sundumundu of Naugad rural municipality-2. Bimala Badal,30, ...

Yoga and meditation are necessary for peace, prosperity and civilization: PM Oli access_timeJune 21

Kathmandu–Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said yoga and meditation are needed to steer the country towards prosperity, civilization and peace. He said this while addressing the 'yoga practice and talk programme' organized by Ministry ...

CoAS Thapa calls on Chinese Military General Zuocheng access_timeJune 20

Kathmandu– Chief of Army Staffs, Purna Chandra Thapa, who is currently on an official visit to China, paid a courtesy call on member of the Central Military Commission of China, Li Zuocheng, at the headquarters of People's Liberation Army (PL...

Protest launched demanding annulment of Guthi Bill access_timeJune 19

Kathmandu–Stakeholders concerned have launched a protest today in the central capital, Kathmandu, demanding a scrap of the Guthi Bill. Protestors who came from different parts of the capital assembled at Maitighar Mandala, chanted slogans and...

NC accuses Speaker of not allocating time to speak in parliament access_timeJune 19

Kathmandu–The main opposition party in parliament, Nepali Congress, has objected to the parliament Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara's not allocating time to the leader of the main opposition Sher Bahadur Deuba to express his view in the House o...

NC president Deuba expresses sorrow over Humla accident access_timeJune 19

Kathmandu–Nepali Congress president and former prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has expressed sorrow over the jeep accident occurred on Tuesday at Kharpunath rural municipality-5 of Humla district in which passengers on board the jeep have gone ...

PM Oli to make statement on Guthi bill through news conference access_timeJune 18

Kathmandu–Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has expressed his regret for not getting the opportunity to inform the parliament on contemporary topics including his Europe visit and the Guthi bill due to the obstruction by the main opposition party, Nep...

Two reports presented in Lower House access_timeJune 17

Kathmandu–In a meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR) today, two reports-- the annual report of the International Relations Committee, 2076 BS and the annual report of Women and Social Committee, 2076 BS--were presented. \The documents ...

SEE results to publish on June last week access_timeJune 17

Bhaktapur–The National Examinations Board is set to publish this year's results of Secondary Education Examination (SEE) by early June last week. The SEE results however were published last year little early. The examinations board noted t...

PM Oli returns home after Europe visit access_timeJune 16

Kathmandu–Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli returned home today following his Europe visit. The Prime Minister had embarked on his weeklong Europe visit on June 8. As part of the visit, he attended the Centenary Session of International Labour Orga...

Schools closed to avoid heat access_timeJune 16

Bardibas–Rising temperature has forced the local administration to shut down schools in Mahottari. The number of schools closing down is increasing along with the rise in the mercury since first week of June. The Sonam rural municipality ha...

Army Chief Thapa leaving for China on Sunday access_timeJune 14

Kathmandu–Chief of Army Staff Purna Chandra Thapa will be leaving for the People's Republic of China on July 16. This will be his first visit to the northern neighbour since he assumed the post of army chief. He is visiting China at the...

HoR passes condolence motion access_timeJune 14

Kathmandu–The House of Representatives meeting today passed a condolence proposal on the demise of former government minister and the member of the then Constituent Assembly, Dhaniram Poudel. The meeting unanimously endorsed the condolence pro...

Former education minister Poudel passes away access_timeJune 14

Chitwan–Former Education Minister Dhaniram (DR) Poudel has passed away this morning. He died due to cardiac arrest at his home town, Madi, of Chitwan. According to Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Chitwan district chair Yam Bahadur Pariyar said tha...

PM Oli in Paris access_timeJune 13

Kathmandu–Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli reached Paris for a three day formal visit to the French Republic. The Prime Minister is accompanied by his spouse Radhika Shakya, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, Prime Minister’...

Five Indian vehicles impounded access_timeJune 13

Lamahi–Five Indian vehicles were impounded for their illegal operation in Dang. The District Traffic Police Dang seized five vehicles carrying Indian number plates for their illegal operation in transporting goods and ferrying passengers in cheap...