POKHARA, Nov 4: Indian President, who is on a three-day state visit to Nepal, is arriving in Pokhara on Friday afternoon. Preparations have been completed to make his Pokhara visit grand and successful.
BAJHANG, Oct 6: An acute shortage of foodstuffs has gripped many rural villages of Bajhang, a district in the far-western Nepal,forcing the people to eat wild fruits for survival. The people of the affected villages including Kanda have started eating wild fruits and Sisnu plants (urtica dioica) for the survival.
BAJHANG, SEPT 17: As many as 18 VDCs adjoining Chainpur, the district headquarters, are suffering from scarcity of food items while the local office of the Nepal Food Corporation (NFC) is letting the stock of rice in its godown rot.
KATHMANDU, Sept 15: For many it was way past their lunchtime on a late Wednesday afternoon. But at the Summit Hotel in Kupandole, several chefs and restaurateurs had gathered in the hotel’s patio to attend a master class from US chef Mark Tafoya on cooking the big American brunch.
A lot of people tell me that they exercise so much, sometimes even putting in two hours per day at the gym in addition to home workouts, but they are still unable to lose weight. I always tell them to look into their diet. It doesn’t matter how much you exercise if you don’t pay attention to your meals. After all, weight loss is 70% diet and 30% exercise. You could be hitting the gym every day in addition to walking to work, but all that will be wasted effort if you don’t change the way you eat.
KATHMANDU, June 27: The government is making amendment to Food Act 1966 to discourage adulteration and black-marketing of food commodities, among others.
It has proposed to increase punishment against wrongdoers by up to 20 fold.
KATHMANDU, June 21: The lawmakers have condemned the terrorist attack in Kabul, the Afghan capital, and appealed for treatment of the injured Nepali nationals and retrieval of the bodies of those who died.