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NEA to build high-capacity power transmission line in Kathmandu

The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is going to build high capacity transmission lines to ensure regular and smooth electricity supply to Kathmandu Valley. Such transmission line with capacity of 220 KV double circuit has been named 'Ring Transmission Line' and would cover the three districts in the Valley-Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur.

by RSS | Sep 12
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Parliamentary committee passes Housing Bill

The Development and Technology Committee of the House of Representatives today passed with revisions a report on the bill presented by a sub-committee on managing appropriate and safe shelter to every citizen. A meeting of the committee decided to forward the bill with provisions to providing housing facilities by prioritizing homeless persons and families through mutual coordination

by RSS | Sep 12
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SWM 650 SuperDual Estimated Price in Nepal, with Specifications

Gyan Earthmovers, the authorized distributor of SWM, an Italian bike brand, will be officially launching SWM motorcycles for the first time in the country at NADA Auto Show 2018. According to the director of SWM motorbikes in Nepal, the prices of SWM bikes are expected to start from Rs 1.4 million all the way to Rs 2.3 million.

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Deputy Speaker and Vice-Chairperson extend greetings on Teej

Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Dr Shiva Maya Tumbahamphe and Vice-Chairperson of the National Assembly Shashikala Dahal have expressed their best wishes to all the Nepalis living at home and abroad on the occasion of the great festival of Nepali women, Haritalika Teej. In separate messages of best wishes here today, Deputy Speaker Dr Tumbahamphe

by RSS | Sep 12
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Teej festival being observed across the country

The 'Teej' festival, also celebrated as the 'Haritalika', is being observed by Nepali Hindu women today throughout the country. Women fast and wish for a prosperous life of their spouse on this festival which falls on the third dark day of the lunar month according to Nepali month Bhadau. Women rejoice with various delicious dishes

by RSS | Sep 12
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Study In Stamford University In Thailand From Nepal

Stamford International University, where students of over 100 nationalities learn and develop together. The programs encourage critical and creative thinking and use a variety of pedagogical methodologies in the classrooms to ensure the classes are truly student-centered and focused on outcomes.

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Narayangadh – Muglin road back into operation

The Narayangadh-Muglin road has been opened for two-way traffic after the landslide debris deposited at Charkilo was cleared after 34 hours of its occurrence. Thelandslide had occurred at Charkilo at 1.30 pm on Tuesday, blocking the road. The road was opened for one-way traffic at 6.30 pm on Tuesday and it has been opened for two-way traffic

by RSS | Sep 12
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Over 300,000 devotees worship at Pashupatinath Temple by today

Devotees, mostly fasting women, have thronged the Pashupatinath Temple here today to pay homage to god Shiva on the occasion of the Haritalika Teej festival today. Over 300,000 devotees have worshipped at Pashupati Temple by today noon, said the Pashupati Area Development Trust. All four doors of the temple remained open for the devotees who lined up since today dawn.

by RSS | Sep 12
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Australia Admissions Day in Cambridge Institute of Technology: Details

Cambridge Institute of Technology is offering free entry for all students that are trying to go to Australia for abroad studies. From the Cambridge Institute of Technology, you will be getting assistance with your study visa and coaching for language ability tests. The institute has connections with top universities and colleges in Australia, giving you a great amount of choices. 

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Tremor felt in east

Earthquake tremors were felt in some districts in the eastern part of the country at 10.35 am today. The tremors of the earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale with its epicentre in Assam area of north-east India were felt in Nepal also, said Lok Bijaya Adhikari, Chief of the National Seismological Centre

by RSS | Sep 12
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SAFF Championship semifinal games today

Both the semifinal matches under the SAFF Championship are taking place today in Bangladesh. Nepal is playing against Maldives in the first semifinal match while India meets Pakistan in the next semifinal this afternoon. Both matches are taking place at the Bangabandhu Stadium in Dhaka, All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) stated.

by RSS | Sep 12
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Highway obstructions could not be cleared for lack of equipments

The Dhunche-Syaphru section of Pasang Lhyamu Highway that is obstructed due to landslides has not been cleared due to lack of well-equipped instruments. According to Chief District Officer Krishna Poudel, the bigger stones and obstructions on the road could not be cleared as the equipment provided by the Division Roads Office was not powerful enough to that end.

by RSS | Sep 12
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Ministry requests agitating teachers to stop protest

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has urged the agitating teachers under relief quota to postpone the protest programmes and help create atmosphere favourable for running the teaching learning activities smoothly. Ministry Spokesperson Baikuntha Aryal said the Ministry was positive to the demands of the teachers, so they could postpone the protest.

by RSS | Sep 12
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Teej a symbol of social unity, President says

President Bidya Devi Bhandari has expressed her best wishes to all sisters at home and abroad on the occasion of Haritalika (Teej) terming this festival a symbol of cultural tolerance and social unity. In a message today, President Bhandari has expressed her best wishes for happiness, peace prosperity and social unity and goodwill.

by RSS | Sep 12
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Three routes set to enter Pashupatinath temple premises

Three routes have been set for the devotees to enter the Pashupatinath temple premises on day of the Haritalika Teej tomorrow. The routes were determined in view of the sea of devotees on the day. Teej is the important festival of Hindu women celebrated every year in reverence of the Lord Shiva.

by RSS | Sep 12
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Inter-ministry coordination essential for development

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that inter-ministry coordination was essential for the country's development and prosperity. Speaking at the 43rd meeting of the National Development Problem Resolution Committee held at the National Planning Commission meeting hall in Singha Durbar this evening, he said energy development and infrastructure expansion needs to be expedited through coordination

by RSS | Sep 12
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One way traffic resumes on Narayangarh-Muglin road section

One way traffic has resumed along the Narayangarh-Muglin road section, which was disrupted due to landslides triggered by incessant rains. Deputy Superintendant of Police (DSP) Prabhu Prasad Dhakal informed that the road traffic, which remained obstructed since Tuesday morning, came to resumption after 18 hours. It took relatively long time to clear the debris of big landslide

by RSS | Sep 12
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Wild tuskers destroy swathes of paddy plantation

A herd of wild tuskers entering human settlement from the Shuklaphanta National Park destroyed swathes of paddy plantation here on Tuesday evening. The wild elephants cleaned up the paddy cultivation nearing harvest in Shuklaphanta municipality-5, Garjamuni. Police Inspector Ramesh Dutta Awasthi at Area Police Office, Jhalari shared that the tuskers which sneaked into the human settlement

by RSS | Sep 12
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PM-Teej Greetings

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has extended best wishes to all Nepali sisters on the occasion of Haritalika Teej today. In a message of best wishes delivered today, Prime Minister said the Teej festival may inspire all women to move ahead in unison. Various festivals celebrated in the multi-cultural, multi-religious and multi-ethnic country like Nepal help consolidate

by RSS | Sep 12
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Customs-evaded goods worth Rs 120 million seized

Nepal Police have seized different goods and materials worth amounting to Rs 120 million while being imported to Nepal evading customs. During the period from mid-April to mid-August this year, Nepal Police confiscated the goods being imported to Nepal without paying customs charge. Likewise, the police collected revenue around 390 million on different headings

by RSS | Sep 12