Public Offence Case to Lola Throwers

The Metropolitan Police Range Bhaktapur has said it would file a public offence case on anyone found throwing lola (water-filled balloons) and water in the name of Holi.

Over 40 hurt in Baneshwor clash

Over 40 people were injured in a clash between police and cadres of UCPN (Maoist)-led 30-party opposition alliance on Saturday after the latter forced its way towards Constituent Assembly

CoAS Rana confers insignia on Chhetri

Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) Gaurav Shumsher Rana conferred the insignia to newly promoted Lieutenant General Rajendra Chhetri amid a programme at Nepal Army headquarters

Schools want 15pc fee hike

The private and institutional schools in the Valley are preparing to hike their tuition fees by around 15 percent for the new academic session.

Recruitment firms resist regulation on transparency

Foreign employment agencies have disregarded the new provision that requires them to conduct all their financial transactions through banks.

Outgoing British envoy pays farewell call on PM

Outgoing British Ambassador Andrew Sparkes paid farewell call on Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at latter’s residence in Baluwatar, Kathmandu, on Friday.

Implement SC decision: ICJ

The International Commission of Jurists said that Nepal must fully implement Supreme Court’s decision to reject the possibility of amnesty for perpetrators of serious human rights abuses.

KARKI: Didn’t breach law

CIAA Chief Commissi-oner Lokman Singh Karki on Friday said that his daughter’s marriage ceremony was concluded within limitations and provisions of Social Behaviour Act.

Waste disposal resumes

The stalled garbage disposal works in Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) resumed on Friday following an agreement between the locals of Sisdole landfill site and KMC authorities.

Thamel to be equipped with solar lamps

Thamel, a tourist hub in the Capital, is to be equipped with solar street lamps so as to keep this busy area illuminated round-the-clock.

Rs 1.5m cash to first Olympian Baidya

The government has decided to honour Sangina Baidya, country’s first Olympian, with a purse of Rs 1.5 million.

NAFEA directed to form new exec body

The Kathmandu District Administration Office has directed the Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies (NAFEA) to replace the existing executive committee with a new one by March 29.

10 held for running illegal Dhukuti

Police on Wednesday evening arrested 10 people on charges of operating Dhukuti and recovered cash and cheques worth over Rs 4 million.

Panel: Book assailant, cover expenses acid attack on girls

The State Management Committee of the Constituent Assembly has asked the government to book the individual(s) responsible for the acid attack on Sunday

Bill enabled to bar civil servants from foreign residency

The State Affairs Committee of Parliament on Wednesday endorsed a Bill on fourth amendment in the Civil Service Act