अक्षर साइज़

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.

Massive tree falling in Ilam

Ilam, Oct. 10: The District Forest Office, Ilam, has formed a dispute resolution committee to settle a conflict surfaced between the forest officials and sawmill operators in the district.

Pm firm for building int. airport in Pokhara

Pokhara, Aug. 13: Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai has expressed the determination that he would build an international level regional airport at Chhinedanda in Pokhara.

Bajura people suffering from diarrhoea

Bajura, Aug. 13: People in various four wards of Bandhu VDC, located in the remote northern belt of the district, have been suffering from diarrhoea outbreak for some days.

Fire in hotels with Gas leakage

Chitwan, Aug. 13: A fire broke out at two hotels due to leakage of cooking gas at Narayangadh this morning.

Electricity leakage under control

Chitwan, Aug. 1: More than six per cent of electricity leakage has come under control after Bharatpur Distribution Centre of the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) intensified its campaign in this connection.

District Prison in strait

Kavre, Aug. 1: Kavre-based district jail is gradually deteriorating with the worn-out condition of physical infrastructure.

Devotees\' inflow to Gosainkunda up

Rasuwa, Aug. 1: Inflow of devotees attending the Gosainkunda fair that takes place on the occasion of Janaipoornima festival has increased in the recent days.

PM Bhattarai, Sinha meet

Kathmandu, July 31: Visiting former Indian Minister and leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Yashwant Sinha, today called on Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai at the Prime Minister\'s official residence in Baluwatar.

3 pilgrims die in Sarlahi road mishap

Sarlahi, July 31: Three pilgrims died in a road accident at Banke forest of Sarlahi road section along the East-West highway on last night.

Succor to flood victims

Dang, July 31: Six local youths currently working in Canada have contributed Rs 100,000 as relief assistance to the flood victims of Deukhuri.

Patients hit by medics\' strike

Kaski, July 31: Medical services at Manipal Teaching Hospital, the largest hospital in the Western Region, have been hit due to the doctors\' strike.

Solukhumbu road closed

Solukhumbu, July 31: Transport service from Okhaldhunga to Solukhumbu district headquarters has been disrupted since a month as the Phaplu-Jantardhap section of the road is blocked by a landslide at Sisneri.

400 students fall sick

Rukum, July 31: As many as 400 students at the Jana Kalyan Secondary School in Kholagaon VDC-3 have fallen sick over a week now.

Leelamani Poudel Promoted To Chief Secretary

Kathmandu, July 29: The Government has decided to promote Secretary Leelamani Poudel of the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers to the post of Chief Secretary of the government.

Fifteen killed in road mishap

Palpa, July 28: Fifteen people were killed when an Indian jeep met with an accident at Jorte in Palpa, this morning.

Sixth national conference of anwa(Revolutionary) in Chitwan

Kathmandu, July 28: The All Nepal Women\'s Association (Revolutionary) affiliated to UCPN-Maoist has decided to hold its sixth national conference in Chitwan on the second week December.

Uml advisor gyawali passes away

Kathmandu, July 28: Central Advisor of CPN- UML, Keshav Gyawali passed away at Ganga Lal Hospital at Bansbari in the capital last night.

Hospital building not operated even after five years

Rajbiraj, July 28: The newly constructed building of the Sagarmatha Zonal Hospital has not been operated even after five years of completion of construction works. Although it has been five years, it has not been handed over.