KATHMANDU, June 5: Civil society has urged the government to scrap its decision to allow export of sand, stone and gravel to third countries.

KATHMANDU, Sept 24: The main opposition party – Nepali Congress (NC) – has expressed concern over the decision made by the government over the issues of “border disputes” with China in Humal district.

KATHMANDU, Sep 5: Private sector health institutions have slammed the decision of the government not to provide COVID-19 insurance amount to patients testing positive at private laboratories.

KATMANDU, August 22: At a time when a section of people are casting serious doubts over the reliability of the school’s internal assessment after more than 9,000 students achieved GPA of 4 in their SEE examinations, the recent SEE result has left several thousands students, who may not be able to get admission in the Grade 11, heavily concerned about their prospect of continuing further studies this academic session.

KATHMANDU, July 7: The government's U-turn on the decision to conduct pesticide testing for vegetables and fruits imported from India was an act of 'surrender' to the Indian imperialism, according to Nepal Communist Party-Masal.