Kathmandu, September 14: The Nepal government has given permission to two airlines to increase the number of Kathmandu-New Delhi flights.
The handing over ceremony was witnessed by the prominent leaders of political parties of Parsa and the office bearers of NIWFS
The government has formed a committee to study the border dispute with China in Humla.
Sarlahi, 11 August : A herd of three wild elephants has destroyed paddy in Ishwarpur Municipality-14, Harkathwa, in Sarlahi district.
Kathmandu, 10 August: Women and Social Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives has directed the government to keep record of the people crossing the checkpoints so that it would be easy to curb human trafficking.
he bulging volume of trade deficit with India is attributable to the hefty imports over the year.
ari Shyam, secretary of the sugarcane farmers struggle committee, Sarlahi, said that the farmers were again in Kathmandu to get the outstanding amount of Rs. 410 million from the sugar mills.
The committee under coordination of Joint-Secretary of the Ministry and probe committee coordinator, Janardan Gautam, has headed towards the incident site via Indian route this morning.
In an interaction program with Indian Police Service (IPS) officers, Modi said that relations with neighboring countries should be good.
Ananda Swaroop, district officer of Pithoragarh, India, wrote to Darchula Chief District Officer Siddharaj Joshi denying SSB’s involvement in the incident as publicized.
Police have also recovered two magazines and two bullets from them along with the pistols.
Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Gyanendra Bahadur Karki presented the annual report on behalf of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba.
Kathmandu, 11 July: A meeting between the security officials of Banke district in Nepal and Bahraich district of India has concluded. The two districts lie along the Nepal-India border.
Kathmandu, 11 July: From the bitter experience of the first and second wave of the Covid-19 cross-country transmission, the government has concluded to regulate the Nepal-India open border.
Kathmandu, 10 July: Nepal and India have signed a Letter of Exchange (LoE) to the India-Nepal Rail Services Agreement (RSA) 2004.
Kathmandu, 8 July: Police have arrested five Chinese nationals for gambling at a hotel in Thamel.
Kathmandu, 5 July: A woman has filed a complaint against UML leader and former minister Prabhu Sah at Metropolitan Police Circle, Baneshwor.
Kathmandu, 6 July: Central member of CPN (Maoist Center) Mahadev Yadav has passed away.
Kathmandu, 6 July: Four Chinese nationals have been arrested from Kathmandu.
Kathmandu, 29 June: India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dr. Vijay Chauthaiwale, who is also In-charge of the Foreign Affairs Department of BJP, said he was eager to expand ties with the political parties in Nepal after the coronavirus situation would subside.
Kathmandu, June 28: Retired Indian Gurkha soldiers living in Nepal have written to Indian Chief of Army Staff General M.M. Naravane, seeking his help in facilitating and prioritizing Covid-19 vaccines for their community.
Kathmandu, 22 June: Embassy of India, Kathmandu, organized the seventh International Day of Yoga on 21 June 2021 virtually as part of its ongoing celebration of [email protected] ‘Azaadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.
Kathmandu, 13 June: Medical supplies provided by the Indian Army to the Nepal Army (NA) have arrived in the country.
Kathmandu, 7 June: Newly appointed Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Uma Shankar Aragaria has formed a committee to study the enlistment of Janakpurdham-based Janaki temple area as a World Heritage site.
Kathmandu, 6 June: The newly-appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Urban Development Rajendra Mahato has said that his statements were distorted and misinterpreted.