KATHMANDU, Dec 19: The Supreme Court (SC) has ordered the government not to transfer Dr Pushpa Chaudhari, secretary at the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), to the Office of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers (OPMCM).
INDIA, July 23: The tax on the sanitary pads was first imposed by the ruling right-wing government in July 2017 under India’s Goods and Services Tax (GST). After nearly a year of campaigning by advocates, India removed a controversial 12 percent tax on sanitary pads Saturday.
KATHMANDU, Nov. 4: The Election Commission (EC) has scrapped candidacy of Nepali Congress leader Govinda Raj Joshi citing the candidate was already convicted by the Special Court and the corruption case against him is still under investigation at the apex court.
KATHMANDU, September 7: Following the decision of Tribhuvan University's executive council to scrap the affiliation issued to the controversial Kathmandu National Medical College (KNMC), Dr Govinda KC has puts off his 12th fast-unto-death scheduled to begin Wednesday.
Dhaasoo Deals’ Nitesh Sharma seems to really enjoy making his visitors at their Kupondole shop play the guessing game. He points at random products on their store shelves and asks you to guess what they are made of. Brace yourself for some disappointment; chances are you will never get it right on the first try. It’s all a result of their quest to “explore new ideas, reuse, upcycle and create something Dhaasoo”.
KATHMANDU, July 10: The Election Commission (EC) on Monday scrapped the permit of Election Observation Forum charging its members of being involved in breaching election code of conduct during poll observation.
SEOUL, June 19: South Korea, one of the world's largest nuclear electricity producers, will scrap plans to add nuclear power plants, its president said Monday, signaling a shift in decades of reliance on nuclear energy.
RAUTAHAT, Feb 7: District Forest Office (DFO) of Rautahat on Sunday scrapped the ownership of about 122 bigha of forest lands which were illegally owned by some individuals with the help of the forest officials.
KATHMANDU, Jan 28 : While bankers are ruing shortage of loan-able funds due to slow growth in deposits, Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) has scrapped a rule that required the money collected in the initial public offering (IPO) or follow-up public offering (FPO) to be parked at the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) for a certain period of time.