POKHARA, May 13: Locals in Mustang district are excited with the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Muktinath temple, a famous Hindu shrine in the district. On Saturday morning, Modi flew from Kathmandu to Muktinath, spent around one hour at the temple, where he offered worship for around 25 minutes.
SIRAHA, Dec 8: They look submissive and shy. Most of them have covered their faces with Ghumto (lose end of sari). While eagerly waiting in the queue to cast their votes, the women of Belha, Siraha, expressed a little excitement and hope. Interestingly, the number of women voters was more than that of men voters.
CHITWAN, Dec 7: Excited voters reach early morning at polling centers to cast their votes for the historical elections of House of Representatives and provincial Assembly, today.
Voters were visible queuing before 6:00 AM in Chamelidevi Piya Aadharbhut School polling center, of Bharatpur-3, Chitwan.
DANG, Dec 6: A long queue for voter registration a few months ago and another queue on Tuesday for her voter identity card haven't diminished the excitement of Manakali Pun of Ghorahi at the idea of voting for the first time.
BIRMINGHAM, August 17: Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai, the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize when she was 17, said on Thursday she was "excited" after winning a place to study at Oxford University.
Actress Manisha Koirala, who has been appointed as the goodwill ambassador of Bagmati clean-up mega campaign, says she is “excited and committed” to be a part of this intiative.
Manisha on Saturday took to Twitter to share a photograph of a group of people cleaning up with river.
ROLPA, May 23: The long-neglected Thawang Rural Municipality of Rolpa district, the bastion of the decade-long Maoist insurgency, is all set to hold the local elections on June 14 as the election fever rises.
SURKHET, May 12: Eighty four-year-old Tikaram Dhakal of Birendranagar, Surkhet has not forgotten the very first time he cast his vote. Recalling his youthful days when he voted in the general election of 1959 during the rein of King Mahendra, he said, “My elders told me not to be anxious while voting. I tried to appear calm but my pulse increased when I joined the voting queue.”
JUMLA, March 24: Dharma Singh Budha of Gothichaur is excited about the upcoming local level elections scheduled for May 14. Restructuring of the local level has added to his happiness. He believes that the local level election will bring peace and development in the village.
BAITADI, JHAPA, SURKHET, Feb 25: People across the country are quite excited about the announcement of local election by the government. Locals in various parts of the country including Jhapa, Baitadi and Surkhet said the local election has come a 'great relief' as the local bodies have been running without elected representatives for 19 years.