July 29: 6 things to know by 6 PM today

Published On: July 29, 2019 06:00 PM NPT By: Samriti Maharjan

Tiger Day: Target to double its population almost near

Ministry of Forest and Environment is observing the World Tiger Day today by organizing several programs in Kohalpur. The ministry is marking the day in Banke National Park this time as per the plan to organize a central event nearby the habitat of tigers.

Peace and security crucial for prosperity: Minister Thapa

Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa on Monday has said that peace and security are crucial for the prosperity of Nepal. Speaking at a meeting held to evaluate the annual progress of the ministry in the last fiscal year, Minister Thapa highlighted the need for earmarking a sufficient budget for ensuring peace and security in the country.

NAC's introductory airfare to Japan Rs 36,999

Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has introduced a new airfare for Osaka in Japan for Rs 36,999 including VAT. The Nepal Airlines' new wide-body aircraft will take off for a direct flight to Osaka from Nepal on August 29 this year, which is the aircraft's first flight on the long haul. 

International organizations express discontent over govt’s apathy toward conflict-era human rights violations

 Four international organizations working for human rights- Amnesty International, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), Human Rights Watch and TRIAL International-have said that Nepal government has reneged its promise to administer justice to the victims of decade-long armed conflict.

If reactionaries overthrow republican system, country will run risk of danger, says NCP chair Dahal

Chairperson of the ruling Nepal Communist Party(NCP) Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said reactionaries are hatching a conspiracy to end republic in a program organized in the capital to welcome the cadres of the outlawed Chand-led party to the NCP.

Suspected Islamists kill at least 65 in northeast Nigeria: state TV

At least 65 people died in an attack by suspected Islamists on a group returning from a funeral in Nigeria’s northeastern Borno region, state television reported on Sunday, one of the deadliest attacks on civilians in recent years.

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