Kathmandu, 30 May: At a time when Nepal is desperately seeking for vaccine and other medical support to contain the second wave of coronavirus and prevent third wave, former King Gyanendra has joined calling international communities to provide vaccine to Nepal.


Kathmandu, 20 May: A 15-bed Covid High Dependency Unit ward has come into operation at Nepal-India Maitri Hospital in Mitra Park with the support of Lions Club of Kathmandu Samarpan.


Kathmandu, 19 May: The national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is to drop Indian nationals presently stuck in Nepal to Saudi Arabia.


Janakpurdham, 17 May:  Chief Minister of Province No 2, Lal Bahadur Raut has appealed to the UN Agency for its support in prevention and control of Covid-19 as well as to treat the infected ones in the Province.   


Kathmandu, 16 May: Nepal Army (NA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for tunnel construction of two packages of Kathmandu-Terai-Madhesh fast track.


Kathmandu, 13 May 13: Exports to India have increased by 23.5 per cent in the previous nine months.


Kathmandu, 11 May: The government has permitted Nepali nationals in India to enter Nepal from 13 different entry points at different places along the Nepal-India border.


Kathmandu, May 7: First Secretary of the Embassy of India, Karun Bansal virtually inaugurated a newly rehabilitated Small Hydro Power Plant at Chandannath Municipality in Jumla district.


Kathmandu, 5 May: Diplomatic missions in Kathmandu have issued travel advisory to their citizens Tuesday following the growing epidemic of Covid-19 in Nepal and prohibitory orders in place to control the health crisis.


Kathmandu, 4 May: The government has decided to suspend both domestic and international flights, allowing, however, two flights to India a week.


The Government of Nepal has decided to suspend all international flights except two flights per week from Delhi as per the air bubble agreement, from May 6 midnight till May 14.


Kathmandu, 22 April: The Indian government on Thursday gifted 39 ambulances and six school buses to various governmental and non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations working in the field of health and education.


Kathmandu, April 21: Officials of Nepal and India have concluded a two-day dialogue at Director General (DG)-level virtually Wednesday.


Kathmandu, April 22: Chief of Province 2 Dr. Rajesh Ahiraj has participated in a special ceremony held to install statues of Lord Ram-Sita at Ram temple on the occasion of Ramnawami, in Ayodhapuri, Madi of Chitwan Wednesday.


Kathmandu, 20 April: Officials of Nepal and India held dialogue at Director General (DG)-level virtually.


Kathmandu: 19 April: The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has got approval to procure electricity from the Indian power market at the competitive rate determined by the market.


Kathmandu, 19 April: Nepal is likely to receive 100,000 more doses of COVID-19 vaccines from India next week.


Kathmandu, 18 April: Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has received approval to purchase and import power from the Indian energy market.


Kathmandu, 18 April: Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali requested the External Affairs Minister of India for necessary facilitation for the supply of vaccines for Nepal to continue administering the second dose of vaccination for people at highest risk.


Kathmandu, 18 April: There is no issue between Nepal and India that cannot be resolved through dialogue, Nepalese Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali said on Friday, underlining that the two countries are "friends and not competitors".


Kathmandu, 16 April: Nepal's trade deficit has widened by 1.6 percent in the first eight months of the current fiscal year.


Kathmandu, 16 April: Former King Gyanendra, who is on a visit to India, has visited the Patanjali Yogpeeth of Yoga Guru Ramdev.


Kathmandu, 15 April: Province 2 Chief Dr. Rajesh Ahiraj has been awarded the title of 'Prabal Jana Sewa Shree Manapadhi' medal by President Bidya Devi Bhandari.


Kathmandu, 15 April: Despite completion of preparatory works, the railway service on Kurtha-Jayanagar route still seeks required laws for its operation.While the railway track, constructed with the financial assistance from Government of India, had been completed last year, the train was brought six months back by the government for operation which still needs regulation. Guru Bhattarai, General Manager of Nepal Railway Company Pvt Ltd, said the entire human resources, including technicians, were managed after the arrival of the train.


Kathmandu, 14 April: Former King Gyanendra Veer Vikram Singh arrived in Uttarakhand's Haridwar to participate in the ongoing Kumbh festivities in the holy city.