Minister for Communications and Information Technology Rekha Sharma has expressed her interest to address the telecom network issues prevailing in the mountainous areas of the country.
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has insisted on the need of developing universities as hub of innovations and research works.
The government has recommended to President Ramchandra Paudel to give general amnesty to Resham Chaudhary, a leader of the Nagarik Unmukti Party.
“Democracy we are now practising is beautiful and appropriate. This constitution is the main way to democracy. We all democracy practitioners should not deviate from the main path. We must be cautious,” he said.
The district which is solely dependent on micro hydroelectricity projects for electricity now faces a power crisis. Floods have damaged the structures of 13 micro hydropower projects based in the trans-Himalyan district. The damaged structures are yet to be restored and it is indeed concerning for the locals who are living in darkness for so long.
For as many years as they can remember, locals of Ward No. 5 of Rapti Sonari Rural Municipality, in Banke district, have been crossing a river with risks.
In a bid to promote Sanatan Vedic religion and culture, a religious library has been established at Radhakrishna Temple in Baglung Municipality-3 in Baglung.
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ is undertaking his maiden foreign trip as the PM of Nepal with a 4-day visit to India from Wednesday, 31 May 2023.
Public transport operators have stopped their services along the Mechi Highway and declared an indefinite protest from Saturday against the reduction of fares.
Farmers in Tanahun have started a protest demanding a proper security against terror unleashed by monkeys. Farmers gathered in the Tanahun district hea
On May 28, 2008, the newly elected Constituent Assembly declared Nepal a Federal Democratic Republic, abolishing the 240-year-old monarchy. Business and investment in the
The Kathmandu-Terai-Madhes-Fast-Track (Expressway) Road Project (KTFT) has been making a very slow progress, resulting in a massive cost overrun. The project initially planned to complete in four years has made only 25 per cent progress in the last six years, since its formal hand over to the Nepali Army. The government had, on Ma
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has made it clear that the bill relating to citizenship was sent to the President for authentication.