Birgunj, March 5: As part of celebrations of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, the Consulate General of India in Birgunj organized India-Nepal friendship cricket match in Birgunj on Saturday.
Jaleshwor, March 5: Five shops at a bazaar at Matihani Municipaity-8 have been burnt down in a fire, destroying property worth approximately Rs 15 million, said the police.
Janakpurdham March 4: The Mithila Madhyamiki Parikrama, the annual circumambulation of the religious Mithila circuit which starts two weeks before the festival of Holi, has started from Thursday.
Dhangadhi, March 3: Pokhara, the main tourist destination of Gandaki, has now been connected with Dhangadhi, the temporary capital of Sudurpashchim Province. Direct flights between the two cities started on Wednesday.
Janakpurdham, March 3: A 15-day Mithila Madhyama Parikrama, a ritualistic pilgrimage circumambulatory walk in the Mithila region, has begun.
Janakpur, March 2: The ordinance related to the railway issued by the government to bring the Jayanagar-Janakpur railway in operation has become inactive.
Kathmandu, March 2: New buildings including a multi-purpose hall, boys’ hostel and teachers’ quarters of Nepal Police School in Dhangadhi were inaugurated today by Purna Joshi, Minister for Internal Affairs & Law of Sudur Pashchim Province along with Naveen Kumar, First Secretary, Embassy of India in Kathmandu.
Sarlahi: February 28: A dairy industry built with an investment of Rs. 100 million in Hariwan Municipality-9, New Road, Sarlahi, has come into operation.
Nepalgunj, February 25: The Nepal-India Jamunaha border point in Nepalgunj is being closed for 60 hours from this evening.
Janakpurdham, February 22: The state assembly meeting of Madhes Pradesh called for today afternoon has been rescheduled for March 6.
Mahottari, February 22: Sitaram Sardar, a person who played a significant role in the leftist movement in the country, passed away at his residence in Bhangaha Municipality-7 on Monday morning.
Sarlahi, February 22: A dozen people were injured in an attack by jackals at various places of Bishnu Rural Municipality in Sarlahi district.
Sirha, February 21: The progress and prosperity of art in the Mithila region have, of late, been remarkable.
Rajbiraj, February 20: The District Administration Office (DAO), Sarlahi has started issuing e-passports.
Sarlahi, February 18: The District Administration Office (DAO), Sarlahi, has started issuing e-passports. The service was launched by providing electronic passports to three applicants, according to Chief District Officer (CDO) Thaneshwor Gautam.
Rupandehi, February 17: The Gautam Buddha International Airport, a project of national pride located in Bhairahawa (Rupandehi), is to come into commercial operation on May 16 that marks Buddha Poornima.
Janakpurdham, February 17: Jankpur and Pokhara are being connected with air flight soon. Both Janakpur and Pokhara are popular tourist destinations in the country.
Janakpurdham, February 16: Nepali Congress leader Bimalendra Nidhi has expressed confidence that parliament would endorse the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) compact.
Sarlahi, February 16: A shooter driver has died after it went out of control in Lalbandi municipality-9 in Sarlahi district.
Nepalgunj, February. 16: Officials informed that the 53-kilometre eastern canal from the main dam in Agaiya of the Sikta Irrigation Project, a project of national pride, has made 65 per cent physical progress.
Biratnagar, February 15: The Rajbansi Society Upliftment Committee (Birat) has demanded the Province-1 government to name Province-1 as Birat Province.
Nepalgunj, February 14: Some 70 family members of the martyrs and the people made to disappear have been felicitated on the occasion of the 27th People's War Day here at Sonari Rural Municipality in Banke district.
Janakpurdham, February 14: The long-awaited Janakpur-Jayanagar railway service has come into operation. The railway service came into operation 16 months after the government purchased two trains from India at the cost of Rs 840 million.
Janakpurdham, February 14: CPN-Maoist Centre Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that the conspiracy hatched by reactionaries to break the ruling coalition would not succeed.