KATHMANDU, April 29: It had been just about five months since Sujan Tamang, 27, of Nuwakot, submitted the first installment of money for setting up a shop in Khula Manch, the open air theater at Tundikhel. What remains of his shop now is mangled roofing sheets.
KATHMANDU, April 27: The United States has said the decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPA) of Nepali nationals was taken following an assessment that overall humanitarian situation in Nepal had stabilized after the devastating earthquakes of 2015.
KATHMANDU, Mar 30: Following protests from student unions, the government on Friday postponed the temporary teachers' exams scheduled to start from April 6. Following the government's decision, the student unions affiliated to the three major political parties - CPN-UML, CPN (Maoist Center) and Nepali Congress (NC) - also put off their indefinite educational strike scheduled to start on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, Jan 18: After its efforts to decide the temporary provincial capitals and recommend the governors in consultation with the left alliance failed, the government on Wednesday went ahead with the decisions on its own.
KATHMANDU, Jan 3: The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers (OPMCM) has said the news disseminated by some media on Tuesday that the government has fixed the temporary capitals of the provinces has drawn its attention.
KATHMANDU, Jan 3: In a bid to fix temporary capitals for the federal provinces, the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers prepared a list of the proposed seven provincial capitals, Tuesday.
KHOTANG, Dec 25: Pawan Rai served for two months and earned Rs. 52,000 as temporary police in Khotang. A resident of Bahunidada of Halesi Tuwchung municipality-1, Rai plans to invest the earning in his education.
KALIKOT, Dec 24: Temporary police of Kalikot who were staging protests accusing the District Police Office (DPO) of misappropriating the budget meant for their salaries have intensified their protests after the death of a fellow temporary policeman on Friday.
DOLAKHA, Dec 19: Upon knowing that the District Police Office (DPO), Dolakha had charged inflated price for each meal, temporary police protested against the police leadership yesterday. During the protest, police charged batons injuring more than a dozen.
DARCHULA, Dec 14: A temporary (myadi) policeman died after he tripped over on Wednesday evening.
The deceased is 19-year-old Rabindra Singh Thagunna of Sundamunda, Naugad rural municipality-2, police said.
SURKHET, Nov 1: Since his childhood days, he wanted to become a policeman and dreamed of serving his country and the people. Despite his several efforts, he could not fulfill his dream. However, he has achieved a part of his dream by serving the country temporarily during the elections.
DHANKUTA, Oct 24: A total of 46,302 people have submitted their applications for temporary police in Province 1 alone, for the upcoming provincial and parliamentary elections. According to the Eastern Regional Police Office (ERPO), the number of applicants is nearly three times more than the required number of temporary police.
KATHMANDU, Oct 11: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) is hiring 98,000 temporary police personnel for the upcoming parliamentary and provincial assembly elections. The move is reportedly being taken without consulting the Election Commission (EC), that too at a time when a lesser number of security personnel is expected to be required for the elections.
DHANKUTA, June 30: A temporary policeman, who was deputed at Khalsa Chintang Sahidbhumi Rural Municipality polling station, went missing after being swept away by the Tamor River in Dhankuta district since Friday afternoon.
LALITPUR, May 25: A sniffer dog of the police has successfully tracked down a culprit allegedly involved in murdering a man. The trained dogs Liza and Jangi tracked down the murder sniffing the evidences found at the incident site.
KHOTANG, April 19: Nepal Police has recruited 74,500 temporary police across the country for the security of upcoming local level elections. The selected candidates are going through the training process in all the 75 districts now.
KATHMANDU, April 7: Nepal Police has hired 74, 500 temporary police to be mobilized during the upcoming local level elections scheduled to take place on May 14. Police headquarters informed Friday that the new recruits, including 13, 300 women, would be deputed across the country after providing required training.
With the upcoming polls just around the corner, youths, especially plus two level students across the country, who are temporary police aspirants, are participating in different physical activities as part of the test they need to pass to be selected as a temporary police for the local polls slated for May 14.
JAJARKOT, April 2: Soniya Budha, a local of Dasharatpur, Surkhert is a 12th grader at Tribhuvan Higher Secondary School of Khalanga. She has to sit for her final examinations scheduled to begin on April 23.But without giving much priority to the exams, Budha has applied at the District Police Office to get hired as temporary police.
BIRATNAGAR, April 2: With eyes full of dreams Tulasi Rajbanshi, 23, of Biratnagar-16 had reached the District Police Office, Morang. He thought if he got selected for temporary police that will open the doors for him to many job opportunities in the future as well. But unfortunately, he left the world on Saturday, before he could fulfill her dreams.
KATHMANDU, March 25: Nepal police has invited applications for 75,000 temporary police targeting the upcoming local level elections scheduled to take place on May 14. In a notice issued on Friday, Nepal police headquarters said that the forms can be submitted at the District Police Office across the country until March 30.
KATHMANDU, March 20: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has prepared a proposal seeking permission from the cabinet to recruit 75,000 temporary police for the upcoming local polls. MoHA officials said that the hiring process of temporary police would start once the proposal gets approved by the cabinet.
BHADRAPUR , Jan 25: The Israel-based Jhapa Society, an organisation of people from Jhapa district working in Israel, extended monetary help to construct temporary shelter for seven families displaced by the Kankai River flood that occurred last July.
WASHINGTON, Jan 25: U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to sign executive orders starting on Wednesday that include a temporary ban on most refugees and a suspension of visas for citizens of Syria and six other Middle Eastern and African countries, say congressional aides and immigration experts briefed on the matter.
GORKHA, Nov 23: Quake victims in Gorkha district are having tough time due to the increasing cold with the winter fast approaching. Hundreds of them are still living under tarpaulins and makeshift shelters set up after the quake destroyed their houses some 19 months ago.