KATHMANDU, July 14: As the post of Chief Executive Officer of the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) remains vacant since last week, the fate of some of the important administrative works needed to be carried out immediately to expedite post-earthquake reconstruction has become uncertain.
SAUDI ARABIA, April 1: The Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia has revealed that it is planning to close or merge almost 10,000 schools by the start of the next academic year, Thenewkhalij.org reported on Friday.
KATHMANDU, Sept 12: The construction of 35 kilometers of railway track from Jayanagar of India to Kurtha of Dhanusha in Nepal is about to be completed. However, the track is likely to remain useless if quick decisions are not taken to import railway engines and carriages.
BIRATNAGAR, July 8: As the vote count is about to come to an end, Nepali Congress mayoral and deputy mayoral candidates continue to take the lead in the races for the mayor and deputy mayor of Biratnagar Sub-metropolitan City. Vote count is expected to end by Saturday midnight.
GORKHA, May 20: When the Maoist insurgency was at its peak, an incident of February 8, 2001, had shaken everyone who had seen the condition of Rajan Raj Panta, the newly-elected mayor of Gorkha Municipality.
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: The Free Student Union (FSU) elections to be held at campuses affiliated to Tribhuvan University (TU) on the rescheduled date of March 1 have become uncertain as the padlocking of major campuses across the country continues.
By the end of 2016, almost half of the world’s population will be using the internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall, but their numbers will remain concentrated in the developed world, a United Nations (UN) agency said on Tuesday.