The Nepali Congress has this year postponed the tea party that it has been organizing every year on the day of the Kojagrat on the occasion of various festivals as Bada Dashain, Deepawali, Nepal Sambat and Chhath. The NC stated that it will organize the tea party on November 2, Friday. The same was earlier scheduled for October 24.
Minister for Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Padma Aryal handed over an ambulance to the Chapakot Hospital in Syangja on Saturday. The keys to the ambulance received from the government were handed over to deputy Mayor of Chapakot municipality Bimala Shrestha and ward no. 1 Chair Shankhar Bhakta Bhandari.
National Assembly Chair Ganesh Timalsena said that that Nepal is a model country in the world in terms of religious tolerance. Speaking at a program organized by Baglung municipality here today, Chairman Timilasena said religious tolerance is very good in the country despite the presence of people of different religious faith. “No religious conflict like in other countries
Karnali Province In-charge of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Janardan Sharma has vowed for his active participation for the development of Karnali Province. At a programme organized in Surkhet to exchange greetings on the occasion of festivals, Sharma said that Karnali Province would be developed as the best one by using capacity and rights in the federal
Nepal and Suriname established formal diplomatic relations on Thursday. With the signing of a Joint Communiqué to this effect in New York, USA, the two sides have agreed to further strengthen the friendship and cooperation at the bilateral level as well as in multilateral forums.
Two persons were arrested in possession of 60 kilogram powder of marijuana and 20 kilogram of hashish from Parterwasugauli Rural Municipality-1 in Parsa district. Deputy Superintendent of Police Satya Narayan Thap said that Bir Bahadur Moktan of Manahari Rural Municipality-4 and Surya Bahadur Syangtan of Palanse Rural Municipality-3 in Makawanpur were held while they were attempting
A health help desk has been set up at Jhulaghat transit point targeting the Nepalis returning from works in India for upcoming festivals like Dashain, Tihar and Chhath. The health desk aims to quarantine for malaria in particular the festival returnees may contract, said Santosh Pandey, a health worker at the District Public Health Office.
Two games are taking place today under the ‘A’ Division league football tournament.Himalayan Sherpa Club will be meeting the APF Club in the first match while Brigade Boys will play against Signature Manang Marsyangdi Club in the second match to be held at ANFA Complex, Satdobato.
Two passengers died on the spot when a bus (Ba 1 Kha 6356) bound to Trishuli from Samundratar of Nuwakot met with an accident at Suryagadhi rural municipality this morning. The deceased are yet to be identified, informed Chief of Nuwakot District Police Office SP Basanta Kunwar. Fifteen other passengers were injured in the accident.
The Nepal Okinawa Suriken Sorinryo Karate Association has honoured the athletes who have won national and international awards amid a programme here on Thursday. Those who have been honoured include Aryan Ranjit and Sagar Shahi, who have won bronze medals in the Singapore International Karate Championship and Kriti Gautam and Digambar Prasad Panta, who have won