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Municipality's vehicle torched
Achham–An unidentified group of people torched a parked vehicle (Ba 2 Jha 3694) belonging to Mangalsain municipality. The vehicle was destroyed completely in the fire. The local people reported the incident to the police shortly. The (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
PM’s greetings on Buddha Jayanti
By A Staff Reporter Kathmandu, May 18: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has extended his greetings on the occasions of the 2563rd Buddha Jayanti and Ubhouli festival on Saturday. Issuing a greeting on the Buddha Jayanti, Prime Minister Oli said that (...)
The Rising Nepal - 18 May 2019
Late King Birendra And His Demand For Peace ZoneStatus For Nepal.
The Nepal King's demand for a peace zone may have a great impact on India's relations with the Himalayan kingdom.Lately,China has been earnestly wooing Nepal,promising it all sorts of economic and other assistance,in a bid to oust India as the (...)
Spotlight - 18 May 2019
Man dies in bull attack
Bhadrapur–A man was killed after a bull he had raised attacked him at Mehinagar-14 on Tuesday evening. The victim Bishnu Prasad Shrestha, 50, was attacked by the bull while taking it home from crazing it, said the police. The (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Chand-led CPN's cadre arrested
Jajarkot–The police arrested a cadre of the banned Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) led by Netra Bikram Chand from Chhedagadh municipality-12 in Jajarkot district on Tuesday night. Kailash Pun, in-charge of the municipality, has been (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Solar water pump fitted in artificial lake in Kanchnapur forest
Kanchanpur–A 2,000 watts solar-powered water pump has been fitted in an artificial lake created water in Baijanath community forest in Shuklaphanta municipality for wild animals to drink. The pump installation means to facilitate wild (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
PM Oli returning home after Viet Nam, Cambodia visit
Combodia–Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is returning home today after completing his eight-day official visits to Viet Nam and Cambodia (five day official visit to Viet Nam and three day official visit to Cambodia). The Prime Minister (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Kami Rita summits Everest 23rd time, sets a new record
Solukhumbu– A 49-year-old Sherpa set a new record of the most summits of Everest by breaking his own previous records. Kami Rita Sherpa, who originally is from Thame of Solukhmbu district, scaled the highest mountain in the world at 7: (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
PM Oli visits Win-Win Monument
Combodia– Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who is currently in Cambodia during his official visit to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Kingdom of Cambodia, has visited Win-Win Monument in Phnom Penh today. The memorial on (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Minister Pokhrel leaves for China
Kathmandu–Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Giriraj Mani Pokhrel ,has left here today for Beijing of China to participate in the international conference on 'Artificial Intelligence and Education'. The (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Minister Thapa and Acting Deputy Assistant Secy Ranz meet
Kathmandu– A meeting was held between Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa and Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Bureau of South Asia and Central Asia Affairs, the US Department of State, David J. Ranz (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Forest fire still burning in SW China
KUNMING– Firefighters in southwest China's Yunnan Province are still battling a forest fire that broke out on Monday. As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, over 2,000 people and three helicopters were working to extinguish the fire in the (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Afghanistan: Prison riot kills 4 inmates, 33 injured including police
Kabul ,Afghanistan– Four inmates lost their lives while 33 others, including 20 police officers, were injured after riots broke out at the Pul-e-Charkhi prison here on Tuesday (local time). The clash began after the police started (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
5.5-magnitude quake strikes off Japan's southern Amami-Oshima Island: JMA
TOKYO– An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.5 struck off the north-east coast of Japan's southern Amami-Oshima Island, the weather agency here said Wednesday. No tsunami warning or advisory has been issued as a (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
India frees 19 Pakistani prisoners
Amritsar– 19 Pakistani prisoners returned home from the Attari-Wagah border after being released by Indian authorities on Tuesday. They had been put in Indian jails on charges ranging from espionage to staying in the country illegally. (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Alabama senate passes toughest abortion ban bill in US
MIAMI– The Alabama senate passed the most restrictive abortion bill in the United States on Tuesday, banning any termination of pregnancy and punishing doctors who perform the procedure with life in prison. The text, which the (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Sudan army rulers, protesters agree on 3-year transition period
KHARTOUM–Sudanese army rulers and protest leaders Wednesday agreed on a three-year transition period for transferring power to a full civilian administration, even as negotiations over a new sovereign ruling body remain unfinished. The (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Unsafe abortion: 13-year-old girl’s life hangs by thread in Banke
Banke–A 13-year-old girl in Nepalgunj sub-metropolitan city in Banke who conceived a baby after being sexually exploited by yet-to-be identified person has her life at stake after she attempted an unsafe abortion. According to the (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Government policy and programme socialism-oriented
Gorkha–Spokesperson of Communist Party of Nepal, Narayan Kaji Shrestha has said the government's annual policy and programme is socialism-oriented. At a press meet organised by Nepal Press Organization, Gorkha chapter on (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
CM Gurung stresses on optimum utilistion of culture for prosperity
Galkot–Chief Minister of Gandaki State, Prithvi Subba Gurung has stressed the need to tap cultural assets of the country for tourism promotion. ''Proper utilisation of culture would help sustain our livelihood and prosperity. We are (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Closure of accreditation service for smart driving license hits service seekers
Kathmandu–Service seekers have been facing problems after the government stopped accreditation of 'smart' driving license. The service seekers visiting the office for this purpose have been facing problems as they are (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Wildfires engulfing Doti forests yet to be contained
Doti–Wildfires sweeping some community and leasehold forests in the district are yet to be tamed. Around 745 hectares of forestland has been destroyed in the wildfires in the past one month, said the division forest office, Doti. (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Weather forecast: Brief rain accompanied by thunder
Kathmandu–The weather will remain partly to generally cloudy across the country including in Kathmandu valley with chances of brief thundershower due to the western low pressure system, the Meteorological Forecasting Division has (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019
Art and literature is powerful for prosperity: DPM Pokharel
Kathmandu–Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence, Ishwor Pokharel, has said that role of art and literature would be significant to materialize national goal, 'Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepali'. At the inaugural (...)
Ratopati - 18 May 2019



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