KATHMANDU, April 29: A meeting between the agitating student unions and the Ministry of Education (MoE) on Friday has agreed to reduce within 15 days the fees illegally increased by the private schools. Signing a four-point agreement, the ministry has expressed its commitment to scrap the licenses of those schools that refuse to roll back the fees hiked in violation of the Education Regulations.
KATHMANDU, April 29: Nepal Telecom's 4G subscribers have started voicing dissatisfaction over service quality even though it has only been four months since the high-speed next generation telecommunications network was rolled out.
KATHMANDU, April 29: At a time when the government is preparing to hold local level polls in two phases apparently to appease the agitating parties, the agitating Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSNF) led by Upendra Yadav has asked the government to defer the poll date and hold it in a single phase across the country.
When we get physically hurt, the wounds on our body reflect our condition and pain. The pain that we face receives instant care and sympathy from our friends and close ones. We neither are shy talking about the wound nor are we scared sharing about the pain, the discomfort we are facing, with the people. But when things regarding mental discomfort or illness come up, everyone gets silent. It immediately turns into a matter of secrecy. But why is it so? Why is mental discomfort always hidden? What makes it so hard for us to talk about mental illness? Why is mental health so stigmatized in our society?
KATHMANDU, April 28: Education Consultancy Association of Nepal (ECAN) has welcomed Australian High Commission’s decision to recognize financial documents issued buy all A-listed commercial banks of Nepal for student visa processing.
KATHMANDU, April 28: A Nepali documentary titled ‘Bhagya Le Bacheka Haru’, based on survivors of 2015 Gorkha earthquakes, was screened in the British parliament on April 24, a day earlier of the second anniversary of catastrophe.
KATHMANDU, April 28: The country's Muslim community has expressed serious concern over the government's decision to hold the second phase of the local polls on June 14, saying it will be very difficult for Nepali Muslims to participate in the polls as they would be observing the festival of Ramzan.
KATHMANDU, April 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal urged opposition parties to support in endorsing the constitutional amendment bill with revision while opposition, including CPN-UML, urged PM to make them clear on what revision would be made on the bill.
KATHMANDU, April 28: Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) has demanded the government to hold the local level election in single phase and to withdraw the decision to mobilize Nepal Army in the security of upcoming local level elections.