Saturday, 5 December, 2020


WB agrees to provide Rs 11 billion to Nepal

Kathmandu, July 12  ,,  The World Bank (WB) has renewed its support to the Government of Nepal to strengthen the country’s efforts towards fiscal federalism and improving public financial management. The assistance is announced under the Second Programmatic Fiscal and Public Financial Management Development Policy Credit Project. The $100 more →

Modernization of agriculture to reduce unemployment: PM Oli

Kathmandu, June 30   ,,  Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said modernization of agriculture was imperative to reduce unemployment in the country. Modernization of agriculture creates new jobs, so improvement and commercialization in agriculture is present need, he added. Inaugurating the National Labour and Employment Conference 2019 here today, more →

Good Samaritan couple set up revolving fund worth Rs 3.3 million

Tanahu, June 30   ,,  A local social worker couple at Aanbukhaireni in Tanahu district have donated Rs 3.3 million to set up revolving funds in various schools and temples in Gorkha and Tanahu districts. In order to support educational and religious pursuits in both districts, Ishwor Malla and his more →

Paddy plantation completed by 30 per cent

Paddy plantation has been completed by only 30 per cent due to lack of rain in Bajura. By Asar 15, i.e. today, majority of the plantation should have been completed. The plantation has been delayed due to lack of favourable climate, farmer Indra Dutta Joshi said. The month of more →

Foundation stone laid for hydro power project

Surkhet, June 28   ,,  Foundation stone has been laid for the construction of a single megawatt hydropower project at Patarasi rural municipality-1, Gadigaun in Jumla. Minister for Internal Affairs and Law of Karnali State, Naresh Bhandari laid the foundation stone for the construction of Chukeni Rivulet Small Hydropower Project more →

Agitating local contractors, workers and suppliers urged to claim amount within three days

Melamchi, June 27  ,,  The task force formed to resume works of the Melamchi Water Supply Project has urged the project's agitating local contractors, workers and suppliers to claim their due amount within three days. A meeting of the task force on Wednesday asked them to make the claim more →

Court issues interim order to stop road expansion

Damauli, June 27   ,,  The Tanahun District Court has ordered Bandipur rural municipality to stop its bid to expand road from Piple to Bandipur. The court issued the interim order after conducting hearing on a writ petition registered by Santa Kumar Shrestha, a local of Bandipur rural municipality-2. He more →

Blacktopping on Budar-Jogbudha road stretch after three decades

Dadeldhura, June 27  ,,  Blacktopping on Budar-Jogbudha road in Dadeldhura has initiated after three decades since the beginning of its construction. It has begun along 30-km road from Budar, Doti to Dadeldhura district headquarters Jogbudha. The road section is being blacktopped at the cost of around Rs 520 million, more →

Dhauliganga Hydroelectric Dam to be cleaned, people concerned urged to stay safe

Baitadi, June 26   ,, The dam of Dhauliganga Hydroelectric Project based in Dhauliganga River in Pithoragarh of Uttarakhand, India is to be opened Friday. According to a letter received from the NHPC Limited, Dhauliganga Power Station, Dharchula in Pithoragarh, the works of shift flushing (cleaning) have been scheduled from more →

Rafting halted in Kaligandaki with the start of monsoon

Rafting in the Kaligandaki river has been halted with the increase in water level in the river after the onset of the monsoon. Rafting is generally operated in the Kaligandaki river especially from mid-March to mid-May but was continued till the third week of June this time due to more →

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