Mustang, June 28: A government team arrived in Mustang on Monday to carry out a study on possible fuel and salt mines.

KATHMANDU, June 28: Medication for Nepal, (MFN), an innovative volunteer-run health initiative started by Nepali social entrepreneur Sumana Shrestha, has won accolades at the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

NEPALGUNJ, June 28: Former Prime Minister and CPN (UML) senior leader, Jhalanath Khanal, today laid the foundation stone for the construction of a weightlifting academy building at Nepalgunj stadium premises.

When a landslide crushed a car

June 28, 2016 13:39 pm

CHITWAN, June 28: A car with the registration no. Ba 14 Cha has been badly damaged after a mound of earth above caved in and fell onto the vehicle along Mugling-Narayangadh road section on Monday night.

GORKHA, June 28: The teachers affiliated with the government run schools in Gorkha are faced with a mandatory provision to bring along their school bags to work.

CHITWAN, June 28: Chitwan District Court has sentenced notorious poacher Rajkumar Chepang to 15 years in jail for his involvement in poaching of endangered one-horned rhinos.

BHOJPUR, June 28: Transport entrepreneurs in Bhojpur have announced the closure of their services for an indefinite period, stating poor road conditions during rain and negligence of contractors in upgrading the Leguwa-Bhjoupur roadway.

GULARIYA (Bardiya), June 28: The Bardiya Disabled Rehabilitation Center has demanded the construction of disabled-friendly structure in district-based government bodies.

KATHMANDU, June 27: At a time when the concerned government authorities have been criticized for failing to maintain traffic lights, Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has recently installed 20 Smart Traffic Island in different places of Kathmandu valley..

KMC becoming canine-friendly

June 28, 2016 08:10 am

Our metropolitan is home to a huge number of street animals, especially dogs and cows that feed on feed mostly on the leftovers. Concerns about animal rights and the need to protect them have been raised often by some organization working in this sector, but so far these calls have gone unattended.