Biratnagar based Camp Office of the Embassy of India has been closed on Monday. The office was opened in 2008 to deal with the situation arising out of devastating Koshi floods has been closed as purpose of opening the Camp Office was fulfilled, said a spokesperson at the Embassy of India, Kathmandu.
Nepali media continued to face assault, harassment and intimidation in the year 2017-18, reveals a report. The status of press freedom is deteriorating with the rise in the spate of anti-press freedom incidents during the period from May 2017 to April 2018.
The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) is to mobilize some 4,000 human resources for National Economic Census going to be carried out for the first time. The National Economic Census is going to be carried out from April 14.
Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration, Lalbabu Pandit, has clarified that Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) for employees has been cancelled for the time being in view of more employees needed under the federal setup.
Around 75, 000 people are assembling at Tundikhel coming Sunday to recite, "Buddha was born in Nepal". World Record Holders' Council Nepal which is organizing the event shared this information at a press meet here today. The event will be a historic one in terms of the biggest number of people coming together to recite that "Buddha was born in Nepal" message simultaneously, Council Vice Chair Akkal Bahadur Tamang said.
The Himali Conservation Forum has allocated budget of over Rs 6.8 million to undertake red panda conservation efforts in Taplejung this year.
Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology has provided Nepal Standard (NS) certification to three gas industries. The gas industries acquiring the NS certification are Janaki Gas Industry, Nawalparasi, Metro Gas Industry, Dhading, and NL Gas Industry, Birgunj. The Bureau provided the quality certificate to these gas industries after carrying out monitoring of the industries.
Chief Representative of JICA Nepal Office Jun Sakuma and Registrar at Supreme Court Mahendra Nath Updhayay signed the minutes of understanding on handing over of buildings of newly constructed Mediation Centres and renovated facilities amidst a function in the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Sixty-seven sophisticated cameras installed in the Chitwan and Parsa sectors for the purpose of tiger census are missing. These camera traps had been set up in the two sectors (complexes) in Chitwan and Parsa to track tiger movement have been lost. It is found that some of these cameras have been stolen by people and still others have been pulled down and smashed by wild elephants.
The five-day Ridi fair that took place at Ridi of Gulmi district has witnessed financial transaction of Rs 370 million this time. More than 500 stalls set up in the fair drew the big transaction, shared Ruru Friend Club Chairperson Ram Lal BK.