Construction entrepreneurs’ council to provide 3 million to quake survivors

Kathmandu- The construction entrepreneurs’ development council has decided to provide Rs 3 million to the earthquake survivors. The council’s meeting held under the chairmanship of Minister for Physical Infrastructures and Transport, Prakash Jwala, took this decision. Rs 3 million would be provided to the quake

Kathmandu Marriott Hotel Unveils Enchanting Advent Calendar 2023: A Joyous Countdown to Christmas

Kathmandu- Kathmandu Marriott Hotel proudly announces the commencement of its much-awaited Advent Calendar 2023, igniting

Standard Chartered Bank contributes USD 100,000 to Support Quake Victims

Kathmandu- Standard Chartered Bank on Friday announced a donation of USD 100,000 (NPR 13.3 million)

World Toilet Day being observed

Kathmandu- The World Toilet Day is being observed today in Nepal as well with a variety of programs. November 19 is being observed as the World Toilet Day since 2013, at the call of the United Nations to promote awareness on sanitation and access to clean and safe toilets. The Day is being celebrated this

UK opposition party expresses solidarity for ex Gurkhas hunger strike

The United Kingdom’s main opposition, Labour Party, has expressed its solidarity for the struggle waged by ex-Gurkha veterans who resorted to staging hunger strike nearby Prime Minister’s residence since last Saturday to have their demands addressed. The Labour Party told the Boris Johnson-led incumbent government that the unequal pension pay to Gurkhas – who fought

Pakistani, Azerbaijani nationals arrested for cheating

Kathmandu- Police have arrested a Pakistani and an Azerbaijani national on the charge of their involvement in cheating and made them public. A team from Kathmandu Valley Crime Investigation Office arrested Nazir Mohammad, 51, of

Parents arrested on charge of killing infant

Parents were arrested in Bagliung on the charge of killing a two-month-old baby. The arrested were Biru BK, 24, of Nisikhola rural municipality-4, Wadachair and 30-year-old Sabina, shared Information Officer at the District Police Office,

DPM Shrestha assures of impartial conclusion of move against fake Bhutanese refugee scam

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs, Narayan Kaji Shrestha, has said all those accused and suspected in the fake Bhutanese refugee scandal will be investigated. Receiving a memorandum by a delegation of the