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Minister Shamim expects media’s cooperation for pro-people work

Janakpur-Minister for Home Affairs, Communications and Law in Madhes Province, Mohammad Samim, said creative cooperation from media is essential for the government to work actively for people. During a discussion with representatives of the Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) Madhes Province Office on Monday, Minister Samim viewed the government and more →

Lok Bahadur Thapa appointed Nepal’s Ambassador to UN

Kathmandu-President Ram Chandra Paudel on Monday appointed Lok Bahadur Thapa as the Ambassador of Nepal to the United Nations Permanent Mission in New York. Likewise, the President appointed Nepal's Ambassador to South Africa Dan Bahadur Tamang as the Ambassador to Republic of Mauritius and Republic of Zambia. Furthermore, President more →

Saudi Arabia’s envoy calls on PM Dahal

Kathmandu- Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Nepal, Saad bin Nasser Abu Haimed, today paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda'. During the meeting that was held at the Prime Minister's official residence in Baluwatar, matters relating to bilateral interests and mutual concerns were discussed, according to more →

1st Country: Saudi Arabia evacuates citizens, foreigners from Sudan

Riyadh-Saudi Arabia has become the first country to announce evacuations of its stranded citizens from Sudan, a week after intense fighting broke out there between two rival forces. The Saudi foreign ministry said "several nationals of brotherly and friendly countries" were being evacuated along with the Saudi citizens. The more →

Saudi Fund for Development follows up on its development projects in Nepal

Kathmandu- A delegation from the Saudi Fund for Development visited Nepal with the aim of following up on the development projects and programs funded by the Saudi Fund for Development in Nepal. The visit included a field tour of the reconstruction program of homes, health and educational facilities in more →

UN responds to arrest of Muslim journalist Muhammad Zubair in India

United Nations / Agency In response to the arrest of Muslim journalist Mohammad Zubair in India, the UN said journalists should not be imprisoned for writing, speaking or tweeting anything. The spokesman for the UN Secretary-General added that journalists should have the right to freedom of expression without harassment.The more →

Nepal: Local body elections held peacefully Voting has been postponed due to disputes in some places

Kathmandu/Carekhabar Voting for the local body elections in Nepal ended peacefully, with sporadic incidents of unrest. As a result, Nepali police concluded that the election was peaceful. Nepal Police spokesman Bishnu Kumar KC said that despite sporadic incidents in different districts, the election was conducted peacefully. He said that more →

Government announces public holiday on Wednesday for Eid-ul-Adha

Sher bahadur Deuwa PM

Kathmandu, June 19 A meeting of the Council of Ministers held today has decided to grant a public holiday across the country on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha (Bakra Eid), the great festival of the followers of Islam. Bakra Eid festival will be celebrated across the country on July 21. more →

More than 22 million COVID-19 vaccine doses given in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: The Saudi Ministry of Health announced that, as of Saturday, more than 22 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in all regions since the start of the nationwide inoculation campaign. Vaccines were administered through more than 587 vaccination sites in the Kingdom’s regions. The Ministry more →

Pilgrims flock to Grand Mosque to perform Tawaf

Makkah: Groups of pilgrims flocked to the Grand Mosque on Sunday while adhering to precautionary measures against COVID-19 to perform the Islamic rituals of Hajj. Pilgrims on this day perform Tawaf before preparing to head to Mina, situated east of Makkah, to spend the rest of the day resting more →

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