Three Nepalis are going to participate in the international gyorogi, poomse and para Taekwondo referee seminar to be held in Tunisia. International referees - Ashok Khadka, Nanda Bista and Tilak Lama - would take part in the seminar to begin from March 20.
Nepal Police has launched a special publicity campaign to sensitize the people on making the Holi, the festival of colours, civilized and an occasion to exchange best wishes among one another. Metropolitan Police Range Kathmandu's spokesperson Hobindra Bogati said the special campaign is run in the Kathmandu valley through every police unit in collaboration with the community since the last
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) will set up over 8,000 street lights in major road sections in the metropolis. The light installation will start from next month and is expected to be complete in five months, said KMC's spokesperson Ishwor Man Dangol. The lights will be set up along Kalanki-Airport, Tripureshwor-Chakrapath and Thapathali-Kamalpokhari.
The meeting of the Independent Madhes Alliance led by CK Raut has decided to form a party named 'Janamat Party'. The Alliance met for the first time here on Monday after it reached an 11-point agreement with the government. The two-day national council meeting decided on the name while also forming a 25-member central committee, according to a statement issued
The traditional importance of and attraction to Holi celebration is waning with the rise in cosmetic cultural practices in rural areas lately. It is often shared indigenous celebration of the festival of colour has almost disappeared in villages. Colleagues used to gather at homes and sing indigenous songs but the peculiar cultural practice is almost not in existence.
Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development Chakrapani Khanal has proposed cooperation for production of tea, its research and technology, and socio-economic inter-connection between Nepal and China. Addressing the Third Annual International Tea Conference at Yibin City of Sichuan Province in China on Monday, Minister Khanal said that Nepal is yet to do a lot to develop and promote tea culture
Three persons have lost their lives in separate incidents in Chitwan last night. Pillion rider Kumar Adhikari, 34, of Khaireni municipality-13, died in a motorbike accident in Bharatpur at 1.00 am today, confirmed the District Police Office, Chitwan.
Kavre-based Veterinary Hospital and Livestock Service Centre has decided to keep checkpoints in three different areas after bird flu was confirmed in federal capital Kathmandu and other adjoining districts. In order to prevent outbreak of bird flu epidemic in the district, the Centre decided to place bird flu epidemic checkpoints at Mangaltar, Sanga and Nala areas, informed Centre
Lawmakers of the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) have stalled the meeting of the House of Representatives, the lower house of Federal Parliament today, calling for making the Lal Commission report public. The government had formed an investigation commission under the chairmanship of former judge of the Supreme Court Girish Chandra Lal to probe the Tharu movement
A community school in Pokhara continues to attract students in a significant number in the past three years when the ‘declining’ quality of education in community schools is the concern of the state, stakeholders concerned as well as parents. But there are also few community schools which are providing