Janakpurdham, January 18: A group of disgruntled activists has pelted stones at the residence of Madhesh Province Chief Minister Lal Babu Raut on Tuesday.

Janakpurdham, January 18: The Madhes provincial government has declared a public holiday in the province today to celebrate the naming of the

Janakpurdham, January 17: The name and capital of State 2 have been decided as Madhes and Janakpur respectively.

Kathmandu, January 17: Armed Police Force (APF) has arrested two persons from the border area of ​​Jaleshwor Municipality-3 in Mahottari district along with 33 bundles of paper used for making fake notes on Sunday.

Bardibas, January 17: People’s representatives at Bardibas Municipality have pledged to end rampant extraction of river products and shut quarries in operating illegally within the local level.

Janakpurdham, January 17: Dr. CK Raut-led Janamat Party Nepal has announced various protest programs Kathmandu.

Kathmandu, January 16: The government has made its stance clear regarding Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulek areas east of the Mahakali River.

Janakpurdham, January 16: A special committee formed to finalize the name and permanent capital of Province 2 is scheduled to submit its report in today’s meeting of the Provincial Assembly of Province No. 2.

Kathmandu, January 15: Indian Embassy in Kathmandu has responded to recent reports and statements on the question of the India-Nepal boundary in Nepal.

Janakpurdham, January 15: The Province 2 government has endorsed the Mahendra Narayan Nidhi Poor Housing Project Implementation Work Procedure and Dalit Empowerment Regulations.

 Kathmandu, January 15: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has extended best wishes to all Nepalis sisters and brothers at home and abroad on the occasion of the Maghi festival/Maghe Sankranti observed on the first day of Magh month of Nepali calendar.

Kathmandu, Januaty 15: The amount of electricity that Nepal imports from India has increased by 187 percent in one month.

Kathmandu, January 14: In recent times, pro-China elements in Nepal have been creating a chain of mendacities and lies that are manipulated by the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu.

 Kathmandu, January 12: Rastriya Ekata Abhiyan (National Unity Campaign) has burnt pictures of the Chinese Ambassador to Nepal, Hou Yanqi in Kathmandu, Wednesday.

 Kathmandu, January 12: As China continues to increase political, economic and cultural presence, including controversial approaches and pressure in Nepal, Nepalis have started hitting the streets holding anti-China demonstrations across the country.

Kathmamndu, January 11: The Embassy of India, Kathmandu organized a program on the occasion of World Hindi Day at Radisson Hotel, Kathmandu, Monday.

 Kathmandu, January 10: Veteran communist leader Kashi Prasad Sah of Rautahat has died at the age of 79 on Saturday.

 Kathmandu, January 8:  Former President Dr Ram Baran Yadav has asserted there has been consistent attacks on the Constitution that was framed by the people’s representatives in the last four years.

Kathmandu, January 8: The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a circular to the Chief District Officer (CDO) and district police chiefs urging them not leave their respective working districts at the same time.

Kathmandu, January 7: Religious leaders have spoken about the need for a religious movement they said to exert pressure for reinstating Nepal as a Hindu State.

Kathmandu, January 7: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has directed speedy construction of holding centers in districts sharing border with India.

Kathmandu, January 6: Foreign Minister Dr. Narayan Khadka has spoken with his Indian counterpart Dr. S. Jaishankar over telephone on Thursday.

Kathmandu, January 5: The Gujarat Vibrant investor summit scheduled to be participated by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has been postponed amid increasing cases of COVID-19 in Gujarat.

Kathmandu, January 4: Meteorological Forecasting Division (MFD) has said most parts of the Terai region have been covered in fogs.

Kathmandu, January 3: Kathmandu remains silent over China’s expansionist designs in the Himalayan nation as several media reports indicate illegal encroachments by Beijing in bordering districts including Humla, Gorkha, Darchula, Dolakha and Sindhupalchowk.