KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Nepal Communist Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Tuesday said that the government was sincere about concluding the remaining work of the peace process by punishing perpetrators of atrocities committed during the decade-long insurgency.
The sad thing is that parents know what’s wrong with their child but instead of trying to correct it they themselves come up with excuses for their child’s behavior. What’s also unfortunate is that fact that they feel the need to explain every decision they take to their six- or seven-year-old kid.
NUWAKOT, June 10: The District Administration Office, Nuwakot, has recommended the names of construction entrepreneurs who failed to complete the given task in the slated timeframe. The contractors are blamed for leaving 31 development projects in limbo.
ILAM, Feb 22: Ensuring implementation of children's rights in Ilam has proven to be quite challenging. Blatant violation of children's rights can be observed in private and community schools of the district, according to local stakeholders.
KATHMANDU, Sept 13: The government has registered the Disaster Management Bill at the parliament secretariat, proposing punishment for those misusing relief goods, hiking the prices of necessary goods, spreading terror, and obstructing relief distribution.
GAIGHAT, AUG 4: The Gaighat chapter of Nepali Congress (NC) has recommended that half a dozen local leaders and cadres of the party be punished “for betraying and not supporting the party during the recently held local elections.”
PALPA, Jan 26: Manisha Thapa of Bharrabsthan in the district has been admitted to a local health facility after she was allegedly tortured by her school teacher. She is a sixth grader at Bhairab Janata Secondary School in the locality.
CHITWAN, Sept 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal today pledged government support for upgrading the BP Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital so that it can compete with the international community as a cancer treatment center.
BANGKOK, June 21: Several convicted drunken drivers were brought to a Bangkok morgue today to see a corpse and reflect on the gory consequences of their actions as part of a program aimed at combating the carnage on Thailand's roads.