KATHMANDU, Nov 7: US ambassador to Nepal Alaina B. Teplitz today has paid a courtesy call on CPN (UML) leader and former Prime Minister, Madhav Kumar Nepal, at the latter's residence at Koteshwar in the capital.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7: Ekadeshma International Short Film Festival is a pioneering film festival in Nepal that showcases short films from Nepal and around the world. It is scheduled to be held at QFX Kumari Cinemaa from 11 to 13 November.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has directed Executive Director of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), Kulmansing Ghising, to prepare a concrete draft so as to declare the Kathmandu Valley a load-shedding free zone.
BHAKTAPUR, Nov 7: The Model Settlement Society based at Gathaghar of Madhyapur Thimi Municipality is set to use the money collected during Deusi-Bhailo program for construction of a community building.
KATHMANDU, Nov 6: Rumjatar United Club eased past Friendship Youth Club B 5-0 on Sunday to book semifinal spot in the Third TAAN Martyrs Memorial Football Tournament being held in Baruneshwar of Okhaldhunga.
Kathmandu, Nov 6: The Ministry of Health (MoH) has instructed the District Hospitals, Primary Health Centers and Health Posts across the country to put a notice board displaying the names of the essentials drugs that the Ministry provides public free of cost.
KATHMANDU, NOV 7: Lokman Singh Karki, the suspended CIAA chief commissioner, is preparing to file writ petitions at the Supreme Court against the impeachment motion and ongoing court procedures regarding his controversial appointment as the head of the anti-corruption body.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7: A seven-member Nepali weightlifting team is leaving for Japan on Monday to participate in the Asian Youth and Junior Weightlifting Championship. The team includes two weightlifters and five officials.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7: Some of the provisions included in the constitution amendment proposal under discussion between the government and the agitating Madhes-based parties have run into serious objection from both the opposition and ruling parties.
Nepali leaders are not reviled in media sphere for nothing. They are criticized for working more for petty personal interests than for the larger good of the common people and the country. They are also accused of draining the state resources to enrich themselves and their cronies.