When the clocks strike midnight on New Year’s Eve, France will be under curfew and its citizens plan to celebrate with gourmet food rather than large groups of friends.

RASUWA, July 27: Before they could fully recover from the devastation caused by the 2015 earthquakes, yet another disaster has befallen the locals of Timure in Rasuwa district. On Wednesday night, landslides triggered by incessant rainfalls claimed nine lives in Timure of Gosaikunda Rural Municipality-2, near the Nepal-China border.

KATHMANDU, June 25: It has been a month since Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) started operating 21 hours in a day i.e. till 3 am in the morning. The move was aimed at easing air traffic congestion at TIA by encouraging airlines to shift their day flights to night time or early morning. However, not a single airline has sought permission to operate night-time flights so far.

RAMECHHAP, May 14: Torrential rainfall since yesterday midnight at Manthali of Ramechhap has flooded parts of the district’s capital. Early morning today, the flood also swept seven students who were heading to give their grade 11 examinations by crossing the Ranjor River.

KATHMANDU, April 3: The first session of the Federal Parliament comprising the House of Representatives and the National Assembly is to be prorogued from 12 tonight.

KATHMANDU, March 10: The silence period in view of the election to the post of President set for March 13 is commencing from midnight today.

KATHMANDU, Feb 1: The Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has increased the price of petroleum products on Thursday citing the rise in the price of crude oil in the international market.

KATHMANDU, Nov 23: The silent period for the first phase elections will begin from today midnight in 32 districts.

KATHMANDU, Jan 14: The Judicial Council on Thursday midnight appointed 80 judges for seven high courts and their extended benches but the decision drew controversy as one of the council members boycotted the meeting and another was absent.

BABIYACHAUR (MYAGDI), June 12: A flash flood which struck on Saturday night at Beni Bazaar caused damages to more than a hundred houses and retail shops while forcing the residents to stay awake all night.  The flood cascading from a higher ground above the settlement at 11 pm inundated the houses in Campus Chowk and Mangal Ghat. The flood laden with slush and stones broke into the houses.