Inheadline has brought you to the top headlines that has been creating hype among people. So, what are those news circulating around 19th January of 2018? The government and agitating Nepal Nursing Council reached an 11-point agreement on Thursday. The Council Chairperson Janaki KC shared that they agreed to end their protest after forging the deal with the government.
Angiography and Angioplasty services are now easily accessible in Human Organ Transplant center of Bhaktapur. It has eased cardiac examination of heart patients in Nepal. An angiogram is a test to find out which arteries supplying the heart have become narrowed. An angiogram uses X-rays to show 'route maps' of blood vessels and arteries in the heart.
Dhangadhi has been shut today demanding that the under-construction six-lane road be retained. The road construction halted recently following a protest erupted in the course of pulling down structures on the road for the project. According to the Public Roads Act, 2031, width of the road should be 82 feet opposed to Dhangadhi Municipality which passed the blueprint
Bibeksheel Sajha Party Nepal has urged the government to make public the progress on the Nepal-India border survey conducted recently by Nepal. Status of missing and damaged border pillars should be given, and historical facts related to the border pillar and technology used to survey the border be publicized, said a statement issued by the Bibeksheel Sajha's Spokesperson Ramesh Poudel.
Two youths of Khotang who reached Qatar around one and half months ago in connection to employment have neither given work nor allowed to return home. Arun Rai and Dhan Kumar Rai of Lichkiramche of Khotehang Rural Municipality-1 had reached Qatar with the dream of pursuing a better future. They each paid Rs 75 thousands to the Kathmandu-based Progressive
Local people of Bhaktapur continued protest today demanding that Bhaktapur be named the temporary capital of Province 3. They have been objecting to the government's act to name Hetauda in Makawanpur the province's temporary capital. The agitation has seen a participation of people from different walks of life including people's representatives, representatives of various political parties, employees, and intellectuals.
Domestic flights operated from Tribhuvan International Airport were affected due to thick fog in various parts of southern plains Thursday. TIA Spokesperson Prem Nath Thakur informed that the flights to and from Bhadrapur, Biratnagar, Janakpur cities were affected by the fog. Similarly, the flights to Simara, Bhairahawa and Dhangadhi have been disrupted time and again.
Deependra Dhimal has been re-elected the Chair of Morang District Football Association. In the election held at Letang municipality Thursday, Dhimal secured the leadership position thrice continuously by edging his close contender Kiran Giri by two votes this time. Dhimal gathered 8 votes against 6 of Giri. Dhimal has been the chair of the Morang Football Association since 2007.
It is found that all the private hospitals being operated in Dolakha are against the stipulated standards. No private hospitals operational in the district have complied with building, human resource and technology directives as per the government standards. Various stakeholders said that though there are three private hospitals, some polyclinics, some dental hospitals and medicals operational
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Inheadline has brought you to the top headlines that has been creating hype among people. So, what are those news circulating around 18th January of 2018? In a message sent today, leader Oli said that it is the shared responsibility to keep ethnic unity and religious tolerance. "Nepal is a country of 125 castes and 123 languages.
Thirty-two domestic and foreign airlines companies which are no longer in operation are disinclined to pay Rs 113 million 964 thousand 973 they owe to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN). The CAAN Tribhuvan International Airport office has directed these companies to pay their arrears.
Life in the district has been affected due to a banda (shutdown) called by the locals demanding that Birgunj be named the temporary capital of Province 2. On Wednesday, the government named Janakpur of Dhanusa district temporary province capital, triggering a protest. The agitators torched tyres at various areas including Ghantaghar, Aadarshanagar, Chhapakaiya, Murli, Bawarhouse, Gandak, Nagawar and Inarwa
A shutdown continues in Dang district today also in protest against the government’s decision of making Rupandehi as temporary capital of Province No 5. Locals have been demonstrating at different places of the district under the leadership of a concerned committee to make Dang as provincial capital.
Foreign tourists have been facing problems in lack of an immigration office at Pashupatinagar check point in Ilam, the main border transit point with India. The foreign tourists visiting Nepal via the border check point are compelled to go to Kakadvitta of Jhapa district to get travel permit.
Property worth Rs 500,000 was gutted in a fire that took place at Gaushala of Mahottari.The loss was incurred after the fire broke out at the tailor of Behcan Mahato, a local, at Imali Bazaar of Gaushala municipality-11.The fire turned into ashes four sewing machines and a motorbike (Ja 6 Pa 8302), confirmed Area Police Office, Gaushala.
The road section at Budhiganga municipality-1, Jamkabhet along the Sanfe-Martadi Highway will remain closed for three days from today onward. The vehicular movement has been banned for the construction of the road, shared Prem Bahadur Thapa of PS Construction Company.
As the construction works in Ranipokhari were halted due to disputes on reconstruction modality, the reconstruction of Balgopaleshwor Temple located at the centre of Ranipokhari were also put off.
The Ministry of Health has formed a committee to hold talks with the agitating Nepal Nursing Association. The Ministry on Wednesday formed the committee led by Chief Specialist Dr Binodman Shrestha and Dr Gunaraj Lohani, Mahendra Shrestha and Nursing Administrator Kalpalata Subba as the members.