Nepal | June 16, 2019

‘PSC has to honour parliamentary panel’s directives’

Although the State Affairs and Good Governance Committee of the House of Representatives has issued directives to the Public Service Commission telling it to halt its recruitment process of over 9,000 staffers for local governments, the PSC is awaiting a Supreme Court ruling on the issue as the case is sub-judice. ...

  • Tatopani tales

    Tatopani tales

    The Tatopani customs point, which is a major trade route linking China to Nepal, was closed after sustaining damage during the devastating earthquake ...

  • Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN)

    16 airports out of operation

    While the government is planning to construct new domestic airports, 16 already existing airports have remained out of operation for several years, tu...

  • Telecommunication Service Charge (TSC)

    ISPs roll back decision to hike fees

    The Internet Service Providers Association of Nepal (ISPAN) has said it will pull back its earlier decision to hike internet service price. ...

  • Gokul Prasad Baskota, Minister of Information and Communications

    ‘Govt ready to resolve Guthi Bill issues’

    Information and Communication Minister Gokul Prasad Baskota has said the government is trying to address issues surrounding the Guthi Bill in a scient...

Kathmandu

Cooperation between crime investigators, prosecutors stressed

A two-day conference of police officers and government attorneys concluded here by adopting a 21-point declaration today. ...

  • Anti human trafficking bureau

    Human traffickers held after complaints from victims

    Anti-trafficking bureau of Nepal Police has arrested three persons for their alleged involvement in human trafficking. ...

  • Heart, Heart attack, heart disease

    50 heart patients benefit from RFA procedure

    Hospital for Advanced Medicine and Surgery has treated 50 heart patients using electrophysiology with radio frequency ablation procedure in the last f...

  • Withdraw Bill, says NC PP

    Nepali Congress Parliamentary Party on Saturday issued a press release calling on the government to withdraw the Guthi Bill....

  • CPP, a paradigm shift in policing, says IGP Khanal

    Inspector General of Police Sarbendra Khanal said Nepal Police adopted Community-Police Partnership programme as a strategy to maintain peace and secu...

Nepal

Rise in mercury level affects normal life in Tarai districts

With the rise in mercury level, life has been hit hard in Rautahat. ...

World

Syria violence kills dozens of troops and civilians in north

Government airstrikes, intense shelling and fighting on the ground in rebel-held areas in northwest Syria claimed the lives of dozens of people Saturday, Syrian opposition activists said....

Opinion

  • EDITORIAL: Annul the decision

    Right to education is a fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution. The state cannot curtail the right to education, no matter what, be it withi...

  • Uterine prolapse: Nothing to be ashamed of

    As a medical student, we have clinical classes in different departments of the hospital. We come across numerous cases in a particular department, and...

  • Travel industry: Harbinger of technology

    The travel industry ushered in modern communication technology in the country. Starting with a humble typewriter, today we use conspicuous world-class...

  • EDITORIAL: Annul the decision

    Right to education is a fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution. The state cannot curtail the right to education, no matter what, be it withi...

  • Uterine prolapse: Nothing to be ashamed of

    As a medical student, we have clinical classes in different departments of the hospital. We come across numerous cases in a particular department, and...

  • Travel industry: Harbinger of technology

    The travel industry ushered in modern communication technology in the country. Starting with a humble typewriter, today we use conspicuous world-class...

Business

India to impose retaliatory tariffs on 28 US goods from Sunday

India will impose higher retaliatory tariffs on 28 US products including almonds, apples and walnuts from Sunday, following Washington’s withdrawal of key trade privileges for New Delhi....

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