KATHMANDU, July 14: The then All Nepal Football Association President Ganesh Thapa is targeting those lawmakers who took up his corruption scandal at the parliament and subsequently investigated into the matter exposing his involvement in the corruption. This week, Thapa verbally abused Ram Hari Khatiwada, a member of the Public Accounts Committee, the parliamentary committee involved in Thapa’s malpractices while he was heading the organization.
BAGLUNG, March 20: The Balewa Airport that remained closed for nearly three decades has come into operation. The dream of Baglung dwellers for airplanes to take off from their own backyard has finally been fulfilled as Tara Air's 19-seater 9N-AKL airplane was successfully tested, the first flight at the airport in 26 years.
KOHALPUR, July 19: Emergency and out-patient services at hospitals and clinics in Kohalpur resumed on Wednesday evening. Some hospitals and clinics had halted services on Tuesday following an alleged attack on a doctor at Maa Janaki Hospital, Nepalgunj.
JERUSALEM, July 16: Israel will gradually reopen a Jerusalem holy site Sunday after taking the rare step of shutting it down following a deadly assault there that sparked concerns of a fresh round of violence.
MYAGDI, June 1: Dilip Sherchan, the newly elected Chairman of Ward No. 6 of Malika Rural Municipality has said that he would take needful initiative for reopening two copper mines at Bhirkhani of Okharbot in Myagdi district that were closed in 1979.
JUMLA, March 3: Although the winter vacation ended about a month ago, Chakra Bahadur Rokaya, a tenth grader at Janajagrit High School of Ghode Mahadev VDC in Jumla district, has not resumed going to school. He stays home and studies on his own because his teachers are yet to return to the school from the vacation.
CHAUTARA, Dec 20: The 26-km road stretch from Bahrabise to Tatopani of Sindhupalchowk - which was demolished in quake-triggered dry landslide - has been reconstructed but the major transit point with China is yet to open up.
KATHMANDU, June 26: A group of depositors, who have lost their money in the troubled Oriental Cooperative Ltd, is now lobbying actively to allow Oriental and other firms owned by its disgraced promoter Sudheer Basnet to resume operation.