India and China have extended their immediate help in Nepal’s bid to rescue people trapped in rubble in the aftermath of the destruction caused by the massive earthquake.
The District Education Office (DEO) has started an intensive enrolment campaign intending to achieve 100 percent enrolment rate among school students in Kanchanpur district.
Free medicines worth Rs 300,000 stored at the District Public Health Office (DPHO) in Salyan district have expired.
People whose houses were destroyed in a massive fire at Hariharpur-9, Parsa a little over a year ago have been provided new houses.
Bhutanese refugee leaders have once again raised the issue of their repatriation with “honour and dignity” to Bhutan.
Five people who were invited to a bratabandha ceremony were seriously injured after the host attacked them with khukuri at Chandrapur-10 in Rautahat on Friday morning.
Construction of two causeways at the initiative of people from Laxmi has relieved the locals of the 3 VDCs of having to go through the hassle of crossing the border into India.
Locals of Dhaubadi-1 have been relieved from traditional kerosene lamps & candles to illuminate their homes after the electricity generated by windmills installed at Hurhure danda.
One of the major arteries of the nation’s transport network connecting the Capital with Tarai, Narayanghat-Mugling road stretch running alongside the Trishuli river, is all set to be widened