Sunday 26th September 2021

Nepal Asks its Citizens to Avoid Gathering for Religious Festivities

The government of Nepal has asked its citizens to avoid religious gatherings as festivities fervor has

Nepali Cane Farmers Threaten to Protest if Dues Not Cleared

The cane farmers have asked Nepal’s government to disburse their due amount from the product sold

Nepal’s Monsoon to Thunder for Three More Days

Nepal is predicted to experience rains for three more days as monsoon winds continue to prevail

Nepal Supreme Court Goes Out to Save Ex-Gurkhas

An interim order was issued by the Supreme Court of Nepal, which asked the government to

President Bhandari Issues Ordinance to Amend Political Parties Act!

Nepal’s President Bidya Devi Bhandari today issued an ordinance to amend the Political Parties Act 2017.

Projects Worth Billions Await Investment Board’s Approval

The Investment Board Nepal (IBN) is yet to approve projects valued at about NPR 400 billion.

Nepal PM Issues Ordinance Which Makes Political Party Splits Easy

Nepal’s Council of Ministers doled out an ordinance that allows disgruntled party members to split a

No to Plastic! Nepal’s Supreme Court Orders Absolute Ban on Plastics!

Considering the negative environmental impact of using plastic, the Supreme Court has ordered the Nepali Government

Kathmandu asks residents not to litter the roads

Kathmandu Metropolitan City asked the residents to desist from littering the roads. The city administration issued

Food Dept. Files Case Against State-owned DDC for Suboptimal Products!

The Department of Food Technology and Quality Control (DFTQC) has filed a case against the government-owned

Kathmandu University Launches AI Degree Courses, First Ever in Nepal

The Kathmandu University’s School of Engineering has launched two new Artificial Intelligence (AI) programs, the first

Grade 12 Examinations Postponed Amid Third Wave Threat!

Amid the threat of third wave of the pandemic, the National Examinations Board (NEB) has postponed

Former Gurkhas Protest for Pension

Former Gurkhas are protesting in front of England’s Prime Ministerial office for equal pension pay. They

Ruling Political Alliance submits Common Minimum Program Draft to PM

The Task Force of the ruling alliance of Nepal has submitted a draft, which aims to

SEE 2021 Results Postponed as 24 Schools Come Under Scrutiny

Over 385,000 Class 10th students will have to wait longer for the SEE results as 24

Nepal Extends Prohibitory Order in Kathmandu as COVID-19 Cases Rise

Nepal has decided to extend movement prohibitory order in Kathmandu Valley by another week. This order

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