Gandaki Province Minister for Social Development Naradevi Pun has said the violence against women was growing because of women’s financial dependency on others.
Finance Minister Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada has said the agriculture sector could not be transformed as the technology has been confined to the laboratory.
Nepal is to raise the issues about impact of climate change with top priority in the COP 24, the United Nations 24th climate change conference.
Owing to sheer negligence of contractor, the Dharapani Irrigation Project based in Krishnapur Municipality-1 Domilla of Kanchanpur has been in limbo.
The Swoyambhu Management and Protection General Committee has completed the renovation of several 19 heritages in the Swoyambhunath area.
The government has approved the Contribution-based Social Security Regulations, 2075. Cabinet meeting held on November 11 approved the Regulations, ensuring the social security rights to labourers and to make arrangements for providing social security to the contributors.
Chief Minister of Karnali Province, Mahendra Bahadur Shahi, arrived in Simikot of Humla today along with a Chinese team for the feasibility study of road and railway to Jamunaha via Simikot.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali has said the successful conclusion of the peace process and promulgation of a new, inclusive Constitution has established Nepal’s good image in the international arena.
Altogether seven rhinos died in Chitwan National Park (CNP) due to natural causes in the first three months of the current fiscal year, officials confirmed. Chief Conservation Officer of CNP Bed Kumar Dhakal said that the rhinos died due to old age, infighting and languishing in the swamp. Likewise, a male rhino hit a female to death, a crocodile gobbled up a baby rhino and next one died due to kidneys and lungs related infections.
Civil servants based at various government offices in Baitedi have not received their salary, thus depriving them of celebrating the Dashain festival. Since the formation of the provincial government, employees of some offices have not been paid for the past three months.
In its contribution of 60 years to the global peacekeeping mission, the Nepal Army (NA) has bagged as many as 122,871 UN Medals. In course of 'Peace Mission' odyssey that began from Lebanon in 1978, the NA has also established its good image as 'Peace Champion' by winning the hearts of conflict survivors.