A total of 48 Nepali and foreign movies were shot inside national parks and wildlife reserves so far in the current fiscal year, said the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC).
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has been receiving tax levied on rental charges from only 22 per cent of the total number of house owners in the capital city.
The Supreme Court has deferred the date of hearing for the case of the Inspector General of Nepal Police for June 29.
The long wait of Kathmandu dwellers for the much-awaited Melamchi project may continue a bit longer as the project is unlikely to be complete within the stipulated time.
The families of those buried to death while laying drinking water pipes in the Kathmandu Valley on Tuesday night will receive Rs 1.1 million each as compensation.
Home Minister Janardan Sharma has said that he would not make any political interference in the police administration office rather would provide leadership for better performance.
With the increasing temperature, the health facilities in the capital city are seeing an increasing number of people coming with complaints of influenza, diarrhoea, common cold and allergies among other infections.
Three labourers were buried to death while laying drinking water pipes in the Kathmandu Valley on Tuesday night, according to the Metropolitan Police Circle Swayambhu.
Buoyed by the success of the anti-drunken driving rule locally known as MaPaSe, traffic police in Nepal has been coming up with one rule after another to manage the unruly traffic in the country. The latest one was against jaywalking or a pedestrian crossing a street outside of the zebra cross. The move as traffic […]
International Relations and Labour Committee of the Legislature-Parliament has approved a report relating to a bill on social security-2072.