KATHMANDU, Aug 19: Two youth entrepreneurs are producing paper from elephant dung for the first time in Sauraha, Chitwan. Keeping the proper elephant dung management and deforestation in case of producing paper in mind, they came up with the idea of producing paper out of elephant dung.
DHANGADI, March 29: The meeting today of the Province No. 7 cabinet endorsed a proposal to formulate a bill relation to the function, duties, and rights, and terms and conditions of service of the chief attorney of the Province.
KATHMANDU, March 18: Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) benchmark index recovered 4.27 points this week to close at 1,288.36 points. Though the stocks have been falling rapidly in the last few days, there was relatively a less volatility in the market this week.
KATHMANDU, Mar 7: Minister for Finance, Yubaraj Khatiwada, is planning to issue white paper to make public the current economic position of the country and the measures that the government plan to take to deal with the ongoing economic and financial challenges.
KATHMANDU, Jan 25: Boosting agricultural production and exports for narrowing the trade deficit are priorities in all periodic plans and fiscal policies, but these priorities never get implemented in reality. Ginger is among several competitive products affected by such inaction.
KATHMANDU, Dec 24: The questions probably confused sixth graders of 49 community schools who were sitting for exams of Social Studies and Population Education. The Nepali questions, translated into English were worlds apart and reflected utter carelessness of teachers and publishers.
KATHMANDU, Nov 30: Alarmed by indicators such as whopping growth imports, slowdown in remittance growth, and downward trend of revenue collection on several products, the government’s chief revenue officer fears that the country is on the verge of financial crisis.
KATHMANDU, OCT 19: The Supreme Court (SC) has refused to issue a stay order against the writ petition that sought separate ballot papers for provincial and parliamentary polls, thereby paving the way for the Election Commission to hold both the polls on the stipulated dates of November 26 and December 7.
KATHMANDU, Oct 18: Supreme Court officials said on Tuesday that the apex court would decide on Wednesday whether or not to issue a stay order in relation to a writ petition seeking to arrange separate ballot papers for the upcoming parliamentary and provincial elections and for first-past-the-post and proportional representation systems.
KATHMANDU, Sept 12: Transparency International Nepal (TI-N) has called on the government to issue a white paper on the Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) land procurement scam without further delay. It has also demanded that the government carry out an investigation into the case and punish the guilty.
KATHMANDU, July 6: Nepal Philatelic Society is organizing an exhibition of postage stamps bearing the image Nepali coins and paper notes brought into use so far in the country with an objective of giving a glimpse of the bank notes and coins in use from past to present.
SURKHET, May 16: Vote counting in Birendranagar Muncipality began at 2 pm, Monday. Hardly 100 votes could be counted by 5 pm. The main reason behind such a delay in vote counting is: the complicated ballot paper and rigidity of all political parties to count the votes at a single location.
KATHMANDU, May 6: Sarbottam Das Dangol, the mayoral candidate of CPN (Maoist Centre) for Kathmandu Metropolitan City has unveiled his commitment paper organizing a news conference in the capital city on Saturday.
Kathmandu, March 11: The government has unveiled a 10-point declaration paper on national sanitation campaign on the occasion of the 200th week of the Bagmati Cleanup Mega Campaign.
Chief Secretary Dr Somlal Subedi announced the campaign today stating that the move would come into effect from the beginning of the 2074 BS.
KATHMANDU, March 8: Kathmandu Upatyaka Khanepani Limited (KUKL) had prepared an Environmental Management Plan (EMP) in 2014 with a view to identifying and mitigating environmental pollution resulting from its Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP) during various stages of the project implementation. Though the report had laid out stringent environment protection plans, lack of proper implementation has become a serious threat to the health of the general public.
WASHINGTON, Oct 13: Two women tell The New York Times that Donald Trump touched them inappropriately — groping a woman in one instance and kissing a woman in another — during separate encounters that took place as long as three decades ago, the newspaper reported Wednesday.