TULSIPUR, July 22: The High Court Tulsipur in Dang last fiscal year settled 602 cases. As stated by court registrar Shreelal Poudel, in the period, the court registered 413 new cases and the number of cases in pending case (previous years) were 373. Of the total 786 cases, the court gave its final hearings on 602 cases.
The characters that we come across as kids almost always stay with us. Be it Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella or Red Riding Hood, we are not only familiar with their tales but we often remember these characters with great fondness. But, as Nepalis, it is also nice to know that now we have our own native characters to look forward to. While Nepali children literature is still in its infancy, there are writers who are making a lot of effort to help it grow.
Even though there is no denying that the majority of office goers still visit restaurants during their lunch breaks, these lunch services are gaining momentum in the food circuit of our town. They strive to offer more wholesome options at affordable prices. Even when many restaurants are picking up the trend of delivering their own food, these services still manage to stand out for their conveniences.
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: An international-standard ‘health desk’ that was established within Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) following an outbreak of the Ebola virus in African countries is to be repaired. The Gorkha Earthquake in April 2015 inflicted damages to medical equipment meant for the desk.