KATHMANDU, June 12: Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is preparing to operate 10 new smart toilets in the city. Speaking at the second executive meeting of the KMC on Sunday, Mayor Balendra Shah said that 10 smart toilets will be operated in the city.
Once again concerns are being raised from victims’ community, human rights organizations and even international community regarding the fate of transitional justice process. These concerns are legitimate for the transitional justice bodies—Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and Commissioners of the Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP) created in 2015 with the mandate of investigating conflict-era cases, establishing the truth, recommending reparation and suggesting ways to prevent reoccurrence of conflict in the future—are going to be nearly defunct from this week onwards.
KATHMANDU, JULY 23: Four different sister organizations of the erstwhile Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) and Communist party of Nepal (Maoist Center) have jointly come up with a nine-point demand which includes nationalizing all medical colleges or transforming them into non-profit trusts to bring reforms in the country's health sector.
KATHMANDU, May 6: All assets of over 300 Bus Entrepreneurs Committees and their federations, which won't exist by the end of Mid July, will come under ownership of government automatically as per law. Such assets which will come under government ownership includes the money deposited in the banks, office buildings and other movable assets owned by those committees, which are registered at the district administration offices under Association Registration Act 1977.
KATHMANDU, March 9: Former prime minister and coordinator of Naya Shakti Party Nepal Baburam Bhattarai has urged the international organizations working in foreign countries to first understand the ground reality.
KATHMANDU, Jan 26: India has donated 30 ambulances and six buses to various hospitals, non-profit charity organizations and educational institutions of different districts in Nepal on the occasion of 69th Republic Day of India.
KATHMANDU, Sept 10: The two leading umbrella organizations of the private sector are now intensifying their lobbies for the protection of their members of Durbar Marg who have been accused of fleecing consumers by charging exorbitant prices on ‘branded goods’.
KATHMANDU, June 3: CPN-UML aligned student and youth unions on Saturday staged demonstrations at Maitighar Mandala in the Capital to protest the decision of the Election Commission to re-organize voting in Bharatpur Metropolitan City-19.
KATHMANDU, May 1: Various youth organizations have taken to the streets to protest the impeachment motion filed against Chief Justice Sushila Karki at the parliament by the ruling CPN (Maoist Center) and Nepali Congress.
KATHMANDU, April 25: Students from different organizations affiliated to the Unified Students' Organization today have encircled the district education offices across the country citing that the government failed to implement the decision of withdrawing the increased fees by private schools.
KATHMANDU, June 23: Yeti Airlines has handed over a check for Rs 306,023 each to four social organizations -- United Mission to Nepal (UMN), Habitat for Humanity, Blinknow Foundation and World Vision International.
KATHMANDU, June23: Yeti Airlines has handed over a check for Rs 306,023 each to four social organizations -- United Mission to Nepal (UMN), Habitat for Humanity, Blinknow Foundation and World Vision International. Issuing a statement on Wednesday, the airline said that the assistance has been possible with the help of passengers travelling with Yeti Airlines.