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Irregularities up despite strict rules

Despite strict measures in place, hundreds of cases of irregularities were reported during the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examinations this year.

Call to arms to fight child slavery

A new political culture where lawmakers from all around the globe join one platform to fight for child rights is crucial to end child labour and slavery, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi sai

Pavement reconstruction delay: Dust troubles shops, pedestrians

Santosh Dulal and his family members, who stay at their clothing store next to the pedestrian subway at Ratnapark, said they have been suffering from cough and throat problems

Authorities told to be alert for fire-induced disasters

With the onset of dry and windy season, various Tarai districts have started witnessing fire hazards.

Grande’s ‘Health for All’ project

Grande International Hospital announced a fund of Rs 2.5 million for impoverished people seeking cardiac attention at the hospital on Saturday as part of their ‘Health for All’ programme.

Oppn urged to call off strikes

The government has urged the UCPN (Maoist)-led alliance of 30 opposition parties to call off their protest programmes and come to the negotiating table.

Nembang advises PM to take lead

CA Chairman Subas Nembang on Friday urged PM Sushil Koirala to play a pro-active role for cross-party negotiations in order to resolve the contentious issues of constitution drafting.

Making Nepal clean our duty: Chief Secy Paudyal

Chief Secretary Leela Mani Paudyal has said the tendency to carelessly throw garbage in public places has its roots deep within the psyche of our society and only awareness can stop it

MPs committed to ‘or’ provision for citizenship

Lawmakers have expressed commitment to change the “and” provision into “or” allowing either of the parents to pass on citizenship to their children.

Two-day edu fair at Durbarmarg

The second International Education Representative’s Initiative Nepal Fair 2015 is scheduled to be held at Hotel Annapurna in Durbarmarg, Kathmandu, from March 28-29.

Humanitarian Staging Area set up at TIA

The government has established the first emergency Humanitarian Staging Area at Tribhuvan International Airport.

Balkhu facing acute water shortage

Locals of Balkhu are facing acute shortage of water after finding their water supply cut off for the past six months due to the ongoing road expansion work in the area.

President Yadav leaves for China to attend Boao Forum meet

President Ram Baran Yadav has left for the People’s Republic of China on an official visit at the invitation of the Government of China on Thursday.

TRC: Col Lama could be extradited without treaty

Repatriation of a Nepal Army Col Kumar Lama, who is being tried in a UK court on charges of extra-judicial detention and torture, is possible without bilateral extradition

CA panel instructs govt to adopt chemical castration

Parliamentary Committee on Women, Children, Elderly Citizens and Social Welfare on Wednesday directed the government to bring a Bill that allows chemically castrating rape convicts