KATHMANDU, Dec 3: Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supply, Matrika Prasad Yadav, has instructed the staffers at the Nepal Food Corporation (NFC) to be result-oriented and responsible for their organization.
There are different types of people around us. Some are hard to deal with while the rest; easy going. It depends on each individual’s nature, character, upbringing and thought process. A lot of it is the level of tolerance that a person possesses. This article goes out to the majority of people that we interact with and we ourselves can be the subject if we relate our experiences and style of living.
KATHMANDU, June 19: Stakeholders including the kin of those disappeared and authorities mandated to deal with the conflict-era cases have alleged that the negligence by the ruling leaders has delayed the peoples’ right to know the whereabouts of their missing relatives.
KATHMANDU, April 10: The cabinet meeting held at Prime Minister’s residence, Baluwatar ordered ministers, political leaders, provincial and local government employees and businesspersons across the country to do their parts to ensure the poorest and deprived children can afford school.
Former Additional Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Navaraj Dhakal has said that political parties should be responsible to reduce security challenges for upcoming elections. Security has been complicated due to the volatile activities of political leaders.
KATHMANDU, Nov 14: Former Additional Inspector General of police (AIGP) Navaraj Dhakal said that political parties should be responsible to reduce security challenges for upcoming elections. Security has been complicated due to the volatile activities of political leaders.
CHITWAN, August 7: Devi Prasad Gyawali, who lost in local level elections in Bharatpur Metropolitan City, said he had to suffer a defeat due to the Supreme Court's delay in delivering verdict to settle a dispute involving a halt in vote counting following the findings of torn up ballot papers with votes during the count.
KATHMANDU, July 16: Jhanknath Phuyal, a permanent resident of Nuwakot, owns a house and a confectionary in Kathmandu. He and his wife were living a happy life with his perfect family of four, including a son and a daughter until recent. But their happiness could not last forever. Since Friday, his family has not been able to get over a serious tragedy.
KATHMANDU, July 9: CPN (UML) senior leader and former Prime Minister Jhalnath Khanal, has said that the media has played important roles in democratic revolution in Nepal and South Korea. Leader Khanal is in South Korea for few days.
An international study by the London School of Economics has highlighted the link between globalization and rising obesity levels, with authors confirming that our modern lifestyles have had a profound effect on our overall health.
CHITAWAN, Oct 27: The misuse of social network sites has increased along with the spread of social media like Facebook and Twitter. Are not social media sites accessible on portable devises like laptops and cell phones creating a problem of social isolation? Women in Bharatpur on Sunday staged a demonstration focused on this question.
BANGKOK, Aug 13: In the aftermath of a coordinated wave of bombings that shook tourist towns in Thailand this week, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's military government is scrambling to hunt down those responsible. The 11 explosions killed four people and injured dozens, including 11 foreign tourists.
KATHMANDU, July 13: A panel formed by the government to investigate into the July 1 wall collapse incident in which two students had died and 24 others were injured at a school in Badegaun, Lalitpur has blamed sheer negligence on the part of both the land developers and the school administration for the incident.