Sept 14: 6 things to know by 6 PM today

Published On: September 14, 2019 06:00 PM NPT By: Bipana Thapa

Reconstructed office buildings of five govt offices inaugurated in Sindhupalchowk

The buildings of District Forest Office, Finance Controller General Office, residence of chief district officer, Land Revenue Office and District Emergency Help Office have been inaugurated jointly by NRA CEO Sushil Gyewali, and lawmakers of federal parliament duo Agni Sapkota and Sher Bahadur Tamang. 

Minister Bhattarai insists on all-side support to make the Visit Nepal Year successful

In his address to a program organized by the Kailali Chamber of Commerce and Industry in his honor on Saturday, the Minister said more and more tourism activities should be conducted to make the Year successful. He urged the private sector to launch tourism promotional programs in neighboring countries including in India, disseminating the touristic destinations at home and contribute to the tourists' arrivals. 

Dahal declares communist rule in country for next 50 years

Inaugurating the General Assembly of Gaurishankar Khadka Memorial Trust at Birtamod of Jhapa today, the former Prime Minister claimed there were some forces who resented seeing Communists in the government and they were trying to mislead the people about the Communist movement and leadership. 

Nepal festival season starts with goddess, dance

Indra Jatra is an eight-day festival celebrated mostly by the Newar community, the native residents of Kathmandu. It is also known as the festival of deities and demons. It especially honors Indra, the Hindu god of rain, to mark the end of the monsoon season.

Jeevan Ram Shrestha elected chairperson of Nepal Olympic Committee

Shrestha has been re-elected to the post in an election held at the office of NOC at Satdobato, Lalitpur on Saturday. Nilendra Raj Shrestha of Jeevan Ram panel garnered a total of 15 votes to be elected as the General Secretary while closest rival Bikram Lakhe was short of 3 votes. 

Five confirmed cholera deaths in Sudan since August 28

On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) said it was working closely with Sudanese health authorities and other partners to respond to cases of cholera in Blue Nile State in south-eastern Sudan.


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