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  • Govt is not as successful as expected, but we don’t have any alternative: Dahal

    Pokhara, December 11 The chairman of ruling Nepal Communist Party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has conceded that the incumbent government led by his party’s another chairman KP Sharma Oli has not become as successful as expected. He, however, says no one has to seek for any alternative to the government; rather they should make efforts towards making it more successful. Speaking with journalists in Sikles village of Madi Rural Municipality, near Pokhara, in Kaski district, on Tuesday morning, Dahal said,...

    Zoo officials lament loneliness of animals

    Kathmandu,Dec 10:Officials of Nepal’s Central Zoo are worried as many of their captives are living without their mates or families, Gorkhapatra reports in its anchor story. The zoo administration has been appealing to the international community to help it address the issue, but progress is nominal, the report informs quoting its Chiranjibi Pokharel. Nepal Samacharpatra has also published a related story on its front page.

    Public vehicles refusing to register as private company to be barred from roads from next week

    Kathmandu, December 9 The government says it will not let public vehicles ply from the roads from next Sunday (December 16) if they are not registered as private companies yet. Few months back, the government had decided to stop renewing and registering the transport entrepreneur committees as nonprofit orgaisations in a bid to end the monopoly of certain committee on certain routes. However, the government had provided the time till mid-December to the transport entrepreneurs get registered as private...

    Ruling, opposition sides should walk together to prosperity: Dahal

    Kathmandu, December 7 Nepal Communist Party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal says ruling and opposition sides should work together to lead the country towards economic development and prosperity. The former prime minister reiterates that the country already completed required political struggles, hence economic development should be the priority now. “We have a historic opportunity,” he said while speaking at a function in Kathmandu. Dahal called on opposition leaders and others who have been criticising the government in order to extend...

    13 vulture’s eggs at CNP’s breeding center

    Kathmandu, Dec 07: The vulture breeding center of the Chitwan National Park has witnessed 13 eggs laid so far this season by vultures, the engendered bird species. A total of 18 eggs were laid last year at the center, and out of that, only six were hatched. There is likelihood that vultures will lay many eggs in the coming days as vultures start laying eggs from October, said assistant conservation officer at the CNP Bed Bahadur Khadka. Vultures hatch...

    RPP to launch movement for restoration of Hindu state from February

    Janakpurdham, December  6 Chairperson of Rastriya Prajatantra Party, Kamal Thapa, has said that the party would launch a campaign from coming February 19 next year in order to restore Nepal as Hindu state as secularism was declared in the country under the pressure of foreign forces. He says the incumbent government’s ‘extravagant’ participation in a programme organised by an organisation promoting a particular religion was objectionable. At a news conference organsied by Media Nepal here today, Chairman Thapa said such activities of...

    PM defends his participation in controversial Asia Pacific Summit

    Kathmandu, December 6 Amidst mounting criticism for his participation in and the receiving of an award from the controversial Asia Pacific Summit earlier this week, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has defended both. Speaking on a weekly television show on Wednesday evening, the Prime Minister said he knew why the decision to take part in and received the Leadership and Good Governance Award was not wrong. He, however, maintained that he did not want to engage in any ‘debate’...

    Westerly wind increases the cold across Nepal

    Kathmandu, December 6 The temperature in most of the parts of country dipped on Wednesday as a result of partial cloudy skies due to impact of westerly wind. According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, there are chances of light snowfall at a few places of the high mountainous region today and isolated brief rain has been predicted in one or two places of the hilly region. Though the minimum temperature has not been affected, constant temperature during the daytime...

    Nepal ranked fourth among countries worst hit by weather-related disasters in 2017

    Kathmandu, December 5 A global study has concluded that Nepal is the fourth worst hit country in the world by weather-related loss events in 2017. The Global Climate Risk Index 2019 recently published by German research group, Germanwatch, puts Nepal behind Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka and Dominica. Nepal’s Climate Risk Index stands at 10.50. The study has identified massive rainfalls as the major cause behind the disasters in Nepal, Bangladesh and India. Bangladesh and India are in the ninth and the...

    Govt must provide higher and technical education to poor children: Leader Nepal

    Kathmandu, Nov 30 : Nepal Communist Party (CPN) leader and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal said the State must provide incentives to the children from poor and helpless community for their higher and technical education. During a programme organized by the Light House Foundation of Nepal in the capital city on Wednesday, former Prime Minister Nepal reminded that the government began the social security programme taking into account the lower class and helpless people and community. The country...

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