अक्षर साइज़

Govt.\'s old vehicles in state of neglect

Dang, Oct. 16: More than half a dozen old and derelict heavy equipment and vehicles at the Division of Roads Office, Ghorahi are in a state of neglect for long.

Man injured in leopard attack

Bhaktapur, Oct. 16: A man was injured when a leopard attacked him at Necha Pauwa, Changunarayan VDC-3 this morning.

Youths provide support to poor families to celebrate dashain

Chitwan, Oct. 15: Youths in Chitwan district have provided financial support and clothes to financially poor people of the remote Kaule VDC of the district.

Free health camp in Goljung

Rasuwa, Oct. 15: Four hundred and eighty-one people benefited from a free health camp set up at Goljung in north Rasuwa on Sunday.

Call for women-friendly services

Khotang, Oct. 15: Women leaders here have drawn the attention of the District Administration Office for providing women-friendly services.

Landslide causes loss worth millions of rupees

Sankhuwasabha, Oct. 14: Loss worth over Rs 40 million was incurred due to landslide and flood that occurred in Barhabise and Dhupu of Sankhuwasabha a week ago, according to the information provided by local civil society to the local administration.

Improved stove gaining popularity in rural area

Pokhara, Oct. 14: Improved stove constructed with the use of modern technology is gaining popularity among the people in rural part of Kaski district.

Pm to stay tonight at dalit settlement in mahottari

Mahottari, Oct. 13: Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai will stay tonight at a Musahar settlement in Mahottari district as per his programme to stay a night in a Dalit settlement in various districts each last Saturday of each Nepali month.

Dacoits loot in mahottari district

Gaushala, Oct. 13: Dacoits looted in a Muslim settlement in Bathnaha VDC of Mahottari district, last night.

Service seekers affected in absence of Doctor in Jumla

Jumla, Oct. 11: Service recipients in Kalikot district have been affected as the doctor transferred to the district is absent for the last six months.

Timbers Confiscated

Kakadbhitta, Oct. 11: Police have confiscated timbers worth Rs 100,000 found in a hidden state at the Rasuwamai Tree Plantation Project site in Jhapa.

Sensitization programme to protect urban area

Banepa, Oct. 11: Secretary at the Ministry of Urban Development Kishor Thapa has said that all sectors should be cautious for urban development and long-term security.

Lekhani Declared open free excreta VDC

Baglung, Oct. 11: Lekhani Village Development Committee has been declared an open free excreta zone on Wednesday. On the occasion, Local Development Officer Punya Bikram Poudel said the campaign would be helpful in upgrading people\'s living standards through health and sanitation.

Discrimination against daughter descending, say local leaders

Banke, Oct. 11: The trend of discrimination against daughters by mothers has invariably descended at Baijapur in eastern belt of Banke district, said local women leaders.

Living Martyr Sharma passes away

Kathmandu, Oct. 10: The living martyr of the anti-Rana movement, Ram Hari Sharma passed away at 9:00 this morning. Sharma was 96.

Husband gets 20-year in jail for selling wife to brothel

Makawanpur, Oct. 10: The Makawanpur District Court has slapped a 20-year jail sentence and Rs 200,000 in fine on Sita Ram Thing of Manahari VDC-3 in the district for selling his impregnating wife to a brothel in Mumbai, India.

Markets closed in Rajbiraj

Rajbiraj, Oct. 10: Rajbiraj bazaar has been completely shut today after the Saptari Chamber of Commerce and Industry extended support to today\'s strike called by the Independent Youth Group.

Country\'s tallest woman\'s health improving

Bhaktapur, Oct. 10: The health condition of Urmila Kumari Chaudhary, country\'s tallest woman, of Dhorana VDC-3 in Siraha district is gradually improving, said Lokanthali based Miteri Hospital.