PM Koirala pays floral tribute to martyrs

Prime Minister Sushil Koirala offered floral tribute to the martyrs on the occasion of the Martyrs Day at Lainchaur on Friday.

Local-police collaboration helps curb crime

Jhamsikhel area has seen a decline in the theft-related crimes of late, thanks to a combined effort of the local club, the Community Police and the Metropolitan Police.

Low carbon dev plan unveiled

The government has made public a draft of Low Carbon Economic Development Strategy that encompasses promotion and adoption of clean energy technologies to boost economic development.

Metropolis set to implement heritage house conservation policy

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is set to unveil its policy to preserve heritage houses in the city by subsidising renovation costs.

House panel seeks details on trafficking cases

A meeting of the Social Justice and Human Rights Committee of Parliament on Thursday directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) to provide information about the trafficking of Nepalis

TU to shift MBBS programme regardless of IoM disapproval

Despite rejection from its constituent body, the Tribhuvan University (TU) is planning to go ahead with its decision to shift the MBBS programme of the Institute of Medicine to Kirtipur.

Electric crematoria to operate within four months: PADT

Officials at Pashupati Area Development Trust (PADT) have said that 90 percent of construction work of the country’s first ever electric crematorium has been completed.

MJF-L leaders tell Gachhadar to remain firm on party’s position

The second rung leaders of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Loktantrik have been mounting pressure on their Chairman Bijay Gachhadar not to renege on the party’s position

Govt disregards NHRC’s request

The repeated requests of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to the government agencies, including the Office of the Prime Minister and Office of the Attorney General

CA panel instruction to halt biometric screening

The Parliamentary Committee for International Relations and Labour on Wednesday directed the government to scrap the registration and suspend operation of medical clinics providing biometric

KMC: Melamchi project failed to repair roads

Kathmandu Metropolitan City officials have expressed dissatisfaction saying that the Melamchi drinking water project authorities failed to live up to their commitment

Evicted Lalitpur street vendors await relocation

Though the recent addition to the infrastructure in Lagankhel has transformed the area with tidy footpaths, vendors who used to operate small shops in the same areas have had to pay a heavy

Teenagers start city clean-up drive

Despite apathy from the concerned authorities towards cleanliness and waste disposal around most places in Kathmandu, three boys decided to take the matter on their own hands.

Information boards on Banepa-Bardibas road fail to serve purpose

The Emergency Information System (EIS) boards installed along the Banepa-Bardibas road have not served their purpose.

Prioritize Fast-Track Project, House committee tells govt

The Parliamentary Development Committee on Wednesday directed the government to immediately fasten the construction of the Kathmandu -Tarai Fast Track Project.