JUMLA, July 1: Dr Govinda KC’s first night of 15th fast-unto-death has been completed in darkness. Crusader for medical education reform and senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC initiated his 15th fast-unto-death, in Jumla on Saturday afternoon. He began the hunger strike under police custody but was subsequently released .
KATHMANDU, Jan 7: The idea of giving back to the community has never been confined to the categorical divisions of age, sex, class and profession. Humanitarian work is better evaluated and analyzed by the feasible and fruitful outcomes it tends to draw to a concerned group of people.
BAGLUNG, September 3: For the residents of the western part of Baglung, the Budhathok Small Hydropower Project has been turning into a white elephant.
The damage in canals of the project causes losses worth millions every year.
PALPA, August 22: There are around 500,000 differently-abled people in Nepal, as per the National Population Census 2067 BS. According to the Health Ministry’s data, an additional 4,440 faced different forms of disability after the devastating 2015 Gorkha Earthquake.
DOLPA, Aug 14: Over 300 households at different three wards of Tripurakot VDC of the district were compelled to live under the darkness after a dam of the Chhalang Mini Hydro Project of the VDC was swept away by the flood causing disruption in power supply Friday night.
NEPALGUNJ, Aug 8: The construction company awarded the contract of a rural hydropower project based in Khaskusma VDC of Banke district has already renewed its contract twice. Yet, it has failed to produce electricity as villages are still reeling under total darkness at night.