The Kathmandu Valley needs the installation of CCTV at 21,441 locations. A recent study by the Metropolitan Traffic Office Ranipokhari showed that a total of 9,117 points in Kathmandu, 5,985 in Bhaktapur and 6,339 in Lalitpur require the fixation of advanced cameras for the security purposes, said Office chief and Deputy Inspector General of Police Shailesh Thapa.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli today visited the historic Patan Durbar Square in Lalitpur and took updates about the reconstruction works going on there.
The Sixth Nepali Topi Diwas or the Nepali Cap Day has been celebrated in a grand manner today. Jagaruk Youth Abhiyan celebrated the Nepali Topi Day under the slogan, "Nepali Topi: Our Pride, Our Identity".
Experts have stated that the timing of rhododendron blossoming varies as per the species and place. The rhododendron which grows at an altitude ranging 1,300 metres to 3,200 metres from the sea level generally blooms in the months of Fagun and Chaitra but it has now flowered in Mangsir and Poush, said the local knowledgeable persons.
'National Climate Change Conference'- 2018 has been scheduled to kick off from coming December 30. The three-day event aims to make people's representatives from across the country aware of causes of climate change and its effects.
The third session of the Federal Parliament of Nepal is commencing today. The Federal Parliament is bicameral made up of the House of Representatives (the lower house) and the National Assembly (the upper house).
The Federation of National Christian today took out a motorcycle rally in the central capital city demanding a public holiday on Christmas Day- December 25.
Nepal and France dwelt on the matters meant for enhancing bilateral interests and mutual benefits through exchange of employment opportunities. rioritize its investment needs.
The XV Chitwan Elephant Festival is taking place at Baghmara ground in local Sauraha from December 26 to 30. The elephant festival is being organized with the goal of highlighting the importance of elephant and its protection, of urging collaboration in the conservation of wildlife and of promoting the domestic and international tourism, Regional Hotel Association Sauraha’s president Suman Ghimire said.
The country is marking today (December 16) as Black Day to protest the disposition of the first democratically elected government by the late former king Mahendra Shah on December 15, 1960.
The flood-hit families at Rila village in Badimalika Municipality-4 of Bajura district have been provided with relief materials by different social organizations on Wednesday.