KATHMANDU, August 15: Floods caused by the incessant downpour across the country that inundated many human settlements have claimed lives of many persons. They have disrupted transport system by destroying roads and bridges. In Some areas, Nepal Army had to use a make-shift bridge to take relief materials to the victims. Even some wild animals such as a deer and a rhino fell prey to the torrents of water. After the floods disrupted the power supply, people have been reduced to living in darkness at a night time. The pictures showing these scenarios are shown below:
KATHMANDU, August 12: Hundreds of people marched on Saturday in support of Dr Govinda KC, who is in hunger strike since 20 days demanding that the government bring in the Medical Education Act, slash the fees for postgraduate studies in medicine from Rs 3.1 million to 2.2 million, appoint four assistant deans and the campus chief at IOM immediately, and probe the irregularities of TU officials and take action against them.
KATHMANDU, August 8: The traditional festival of Gaijatra or the 'cow festival' is being observed from today in the three cities of Kathmandu Valley and some other places in the country amidst fun, gaiety, humor, satire and entertainment.
KATHMANDU: Garden of Dreams is situated in the midst of Kathmandu city. It was built by the late Field Marshal Kaiser Shumsher Rana in the early 1920s, with the help of Kishor Narsingh, an architect who designed and constructed Singha Durbar. Garden of Dreams was earlier known as the ‘Garden of Six Seasons’.
BIRATNAGAR, June 28: People in 334 local units of 35 districts are casting their votes in the second phase of election. Despite rain and rice planting season, people are enthusiastically participating in the voting since the polls opened at 7 am.