KATHMANDU, Mar 30: The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has put forward a promising plan to expand domestic flight coverage of Nepal Airlines by adding six twin otter plane to its fleet within three months.
BEIJING, March 13: Following passage of a constitutional amendment potentially making him president-for-life, China’s Xi Jinping moved to further expand his powers Tuesday with the establishment of a powerful new anti-corruption agency.
LALITPUR, Feb 1: The Sajha Yatayat is adding 29 buses to its fleet. The public transport company is bringing this number of buses for operation on new routes in the Kathmandu Valley and other destinations outside the Valley.
KATHMANDU, Sept 23: At a time when he is already courting serious controversy back home for forming the largest-ever cabinet, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has hinted at expanding the cabinet even further.
KATHMANDU, August 21: On January 7 this year, a team from the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) caught Shyam Aryal, a non-gazetted official of Lalitpur District Court, red-handed while taking a bribe from a murder-accused.
BEIJING, July 17: In what can be taken as a move to further deepen its engagement with Nepal, China is expanding the Nepali language study course in the bachelor's level for Chinese students in its universities.
JUMLA, July 7: The production area of the famous Jumla apples is expanding, with increased plantation of new saplings each year. According to the District Agriculture Development Office (DADO), apple farming has been started in an additional 250 hectares of land in the current fiscal year.
Although I loved visiting the United States with my family, choosing to go there to finish my undergraduate degree was a decision I made after a few months of toilsome thinking. Being one of the youngest members of an extended family, growing up was a blessing. I was pampered a lot and did not know what independence felt like. However, I had a preconceived idea that college would not be the same. Keeping this in mind, I headed to Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana in 2016.
KATHMANDU, Jan 14: As the main opposition party, which claims to have in its fold more than one third of votes in parliament, has vowed to scuttle the constitution amendment bill, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has expedited preparations to induct more ministers in his cabinet in an apparent bid to garner support of more parties in favor of the statute amendment bill.