KATHMANDU, March 8: The government has officially recognized an additional 2,674 individuals as martyrs. According to the decision announced by the government, the list of additional martyrs has been published in the Nepal Gazette.

KATHMANDU, Jan 14: The government is preparing to increase the number of martyrs. Within a few days, the number of martyrs is going to be increased by issuing a notice in the Nepal Gazette.

KATHMANDU, Dec 15: The government has designated no-strike zones by publishing a notice in the Nepal Gazette. The government has published a list of areas where strikes are prohibited.

KATHMANDU, Sept 25: Citizenship certificates will be distributed to Non-Resident Nepalis with the publication of Nepal Citizenship (Third Amendment) Regulation, 2080, in the Nepal Gazette.

KATHMANDU, March 18: The list of martyrs who attained martyrdom during the armed struggle and the democratic revolution has been published in the Nepal Gazette. The list was published as decided by the Council of Ministers.

KATHMANDU, Feb 28: The government has decided to publish the names of martyrs of the People's War and People's Movement in the Nepal Gazette.

KATHMANDU, May 25: The government has published a notice in the Nepal Gazette, prohibiting strikes in 25 essential services. A Cabinet meeting held on May 24 took this decision.

KATHMANDU, May 1: The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact has been published in the Nepal Gazette, the government's official bulletin.

KATHMANDU, Jan 24: A petition has been filed at the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court seeking the examination of authenticity of the notice published in Nepal Gazette regarding the dissolution of House of Representatives (HoR).

KATHMANDU, Jan 22: Attorney General Agni Prasad Kharel presented a copy of the Nepal Gazette containing the notice published regarding the dissolution of the House of Representatives to the Constitutional Bench on Friday.

KATHMANDU, June 1: The constitution amendment bill on the new political map of the country tabled earlier in the federal parliament has been published in the Nepal Gazette for information to the public.

Tea workers' protest enters Day 12

October 9, 2018 09:00 am

DAMAK, Oct 9: Tea laborers have been protesting for the last 12 days in Jhapa demanding implementation of minimum wage fixed by the government. Picking tea leaves has been halted. The government is yet to address concerns of those tea laborers to address their problems though a government panel has reached to the industries and has also taken stock of the matter and also discussed on the matters of tea laborers.

ILAM, Aug 28: Though the government’s minimum wage for workers came into effect from the month of Shrawan (mid-July to mid-August), tea workers were deprived of the increased wage in the first month of Fiscal Year 2018/19.