Saturday, 28 November, 2020

Province 3

Change in State Chiefs normal: NCP Chair Dahal

Ranjha, Nov 5  The major ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) chair and former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said the latest change in the faces of state chiefs was a natural process. In his address to a press meet organised by the Press Organisation, Banke chapter at more →

RSS stringer Pariyar bereaved of wife

Hetauda, Nov 5  Makawanpur based stringer of the National News Agency, Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS), Krishna Ram Pariyar, has been bereaved of his wife. Suffering from heart and kidney disease for the past five years, 53-year-old Meena, resident of Hetauda-8, died this morning in course of treatment at Manmohan more →

President administers oath of office to newly-appointed governors

Kathmandu, Nov 5    President Bidya Devi Bhandari has administered oath of office and secrecy to the newly-appointed state governors. At a special function at Rashtrapati Bhawan, Sheetal Niwas, this morning, President Bhandari administered oath of office and secrecy to newly-appointed governors, namely Somnath Adhikari 'Pyasi' (State-1), Tilak Pariyar (State-2), more →

Sukute road mishap; still five injured under treatment

Banepa, Nov 5  Five among the injured of the bus accident that occurred at Chautara Sangachokgadhi municipality-9, Sukute on Sunday are still undergoing treatment at hospitals. As many as 49 passengers among the injured had received treatment at Dhulikhel and Banepa. Four out of 47 injured who were undergoing more →

Tunnel highway, a milestone for prosperity

Kathmandu, Nov 5    The first-ever modern tunnel expressway, Nagdhunga-Sisnekhola, is expected to be a milestone in the area of road infrastructure and transportation of Nepal. The planned construction of 'flyover' besides tunnel along the route also is considered to a leap forward in road infrastructural development. It would more →

One arrested with three kilogrammes hashish

Kathmandu, Nov 4  Nepal Police have arrested a person along with 3.12 kilogrammes hashish. A squad from the Metropolitan Police Sector Nagdhunga nabbed 53-year-old Laxman Sinjali Magar of Thaha Municipality-7, Makawanpur along with the contraband in course of checking the passenger bus (Ba 3 Kha 9673) on Sunday night. more →

Deuba urges party cadres to bridge rift

Chitwan, Nov 3    Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has urged all cadres to maintain unity and translate it into action in the upcoming by-election. During his meeting with the party cadres here today, he urged them to brush aside bitterness and agony so as to secure more →

Sukute bus accident update: Ten dead

Melamchi, Nov 3    The number of people losing their lives in a bus accident at Sukute of Sindhupalchowk district has reached 10. They died on the spot, police said, adding that the bus was carrying at least 40 passengers. Dhak Prasad Timalsina, a local, shared that the team more →

Nepal-Bangladesh economic ties being expanded

Kathmandu, Nov 3    Bilateral trade, investment and exchange of high-level meetings between Nepal and Bangladesh among other factors have paved a way for the expansion of economic ties between the two countries lately. The geographical proximity has also been another advantage that could be leveraged to further establish more →

Pleading begins in rape attempt case against Mahara

Kathmandu, Nov 3  A pleading on whether to continue former Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara in detention for the investigation in regard with the rape attempt against him has begun at the Kathmandu District Court. According to court's Information Officer Gyan Bahadur Karki, the hearing began at the closed bench more →

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