In the heat of the time, keeping track of the chores goes awful beyond measure. But when it’s planned, it’s easy to spend a day. Sure, you’ll be busy but there’s not any way that you’re increasing your productivity.
KATHMANDU, April 27: Nearly one million people, or 11.4 percent, out of the total working age population in Nepal are unemployed, according to a finding of the ‘Nepal Labour Force Survey (NLFRS) III’ carried out by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).
I am a 29-year-old woman working at a corporate house for the past eight years. I used to enjoy my work earlier. However I have slowly began losing interest from my work. This is because I feel I have spent a long time in the same organization doing the same thing. I am convincing myself to keep up with the daily routine. However, I always return home feeling drained.
POKHARA, June 18: Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration, Lalbabu Pandit has said that his ministry has prohibited retired civil servants from serving at NGOs and INGOs within two years of their retirement, claiming that secret information is often leaked in this process.
KATHMANDU, June 15: Taking strong exception to the reaction of a section of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and others over the government's proposed integrity policy, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has said that organizations that function in a transparent manner need not worry about measures to regulate the NGOs and INGOs.
WATERFORD, June 5: The third general meeting of Universal United Nepali Taekwondo Federation (UUNTF), an umbrella organization of former coach and players of Taekwondo, has formed a 23-member working committee under the chairmanship of former head coach Santosh Pradhan.
Although the government had decided to ban 20-year-old vehicles around two years ago, the decision was implemented only in March. About 20,000 vehicles went off the road following the ban. However, only about 300 such vehicles have so far been de-registered and sent to junkyard.
KATHMANDU, June 4: The government has endorsed Kathmandu-Tarai Fast Track Road Project Operation Working Procedure to give more authority to the Nepal Army (NA) to speed up the construction of the 76.2-kilometer expressway.
KATHMANDU, May 21: The Department of Prison Management reportedly under pressure from the Ministry of Home Affairs is working to release convicted murderer former Maoist leader Balkrishna Dhungel from jail before he completes his jail 20-year jail term.
POKHARA, May 20: Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Lalbabu Pandit has said that the government employees should not be engaged in activities of trade union activities during office hours.
KATHMANDU, May 11: Former prime minister and senior leader of the ruling CPN-UML has expressed his dissatisfaction over the working style of the government saying that the government has not done anything more than just talking about economic prosperity.
PALPA, May 2:: Chairperson of Minimum Wages Fixation Committee, Ganga Parajuli has said that the written complaints regarding to not getting minimum wages by the working journalists were not registered to them in a large scale. He added that though such complaints are plenty in the media, written complaints are less in number.
KATHMANDU, May 1: Today marks the 129th Labor Day. It is also known as International Workers' Day in some countries. It is a celebration of laborers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labor movement, socialists, communists or anarchists.
CHITWAN, April 20: Chitwan National Park has begun the process to catch two pairs of rhinos to gift them to the northern neighbor China, informed Information Officer and Assistant Conservation Officer Noorendra Aryal of the park.
KATHMANDU, April 20: Various stakeholders have urged the government to amend protectionist migration law and policies which restrict women from going aboard to work as housemaids. They argued that the government’s decision to ban women from going aboard to work as housemaids has escalated gender inequality and forced women to reach labor destinations illegally.
KATHMANDU, Mar 27: The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Office is learned to have been working with the concept of placing vending machines for effective management of plastic waste in seven busiest areas of the town.
KATHMANDU, March 26: The CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center), which have announced to become a unified party, have inched closer to developing a common modality to integrate the organizations of the two parties.
SURKHET, March 26: As the officials of various ministries of the provincial government seemed too busy using Facebook instead of development works, Karnali Province has announced to ban Facebook during the working hours from Tuesday onward.
KATHMANDU, March 21: The elected body of Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has named a seven-member working committee to call the special general meeting as per the direction of International Cricket Council (ICC).
KATHMANDU, March 19: The election committee of the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has decided to form a working committee for a special general meeting under the direction of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
KATHMANDU, Mar 13: The conference of the Intellectual Property Conservation Society (IPCS) held on Sunday formed a new working committee under the leadership of Krishna Gyawali, former secretary at the Ministry of Industry.
DANG, Feb 28: Province 5 has been preparing to validate land transactions done during the conflict era by the Maoist-run 'people's government'. The provincial government has come up with five-point conclusion in this regard.
Working out on your own can be tedious sometimes and you also lose motivation quickly. At times like these, working out with a partner can prove to be of immense help. Not only will working out in pairs keep you motivated, but it also won’t seem like a workout making you want to push yourself and keep going.
SYANGJA, Jan 18: Asmita Budha is 16-months-old. Riverbank has been her home since she opened her eyes to earth. She is kept in the sandy corner of her parent’s small hut that hardly blocks wind or sun.
GUTHI is a non-governmental organization that offers all kinds of social services. From providing education about environmental conservation and sanitation to the sector of child development and their protection, it has been consistently working for the betterment of the society since the year 2000.
NAWALPARASI, Dec 18: Hongshi Shivam Cement Pvt Ltd, which is setting up its plant at Sardi village of Nawalparasi district, has provided employment to more than 1,000 Nepalis, directly or indirectly, thereby contributing to improving livelihood of the local people.
There is a huge disparity in employment rates among over 65s across different countries. A recent OECD report found that the highest rates of people working beyond 65 are in Asia with Indonesia particularly notable as having a 50.6 percent employment among those in the 65-69 age group.
KATHMANDU, Nov 17: The Supreme Court on Thursday issued a mandamus to the government to give concession on jail terms to those inmates who are involved in services such as teaching or working in various locations inside the jail.