Karkhana is yet again welcoming eight to 15-year-olds to join their new sessions on learning the basics of robotics. And, as one would expect, as they try and explain the workshop, words like coding, software, electronics, hardware, power tools constantly pop up. Now these are jargons that Nepalis still don’t associate with kids and their classes but, yet again, Karkhana emphasizes that this is a program especially for them.
Arguably the most popular and most loved man in the country at the present, Dr Govinda KC continues to inspire the masses. He is the man who has been risking his own life time and again for a single cause: Medical reform in Nepal where every citizen has the right to proper health services.
BIRGUNJ (Parsa), Aug 18: At least 12 people have been affected by dengue, an infectious disease caused by the bite of an infected mosquito in the district, said the District Public Health Office (DPHO).
KATHMANDU, August 18: Business and trade union leaders have termed the recent passage of Labor Act and Social Security Act as a milestone achievement in a journey toward forging better employer-labor relationship.
KATHMANDU, August 18: At a time when the political leaders of different parties are reaching various flood-affected districts in Province 2 in an apparent bid to woo voters for the upcoming polls, the Election Commission (EC) has barred them from making individual donations of relief items to the flood victims.
KATHMANDU, Aug 17: The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has been able to reduce its losses significantly by Rs 7 billion in the last fiscal year (2073/074 BS) and its loss now stands at Rs 970 million only.
MANILA, August 17: At least 26 people died overnight in police operations in the Philippines capital Manila, authorities said on Thursday, a second night of heavy bloodshed this week in an intensification of President Rodrigo Duterte's fierce war on drugs and crime.
HETAUDA August 17: A central committee meeting of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party has begun in Hetauda from today. Party central office bearers and members are attending the meeting to be run until August 20.
KHAJURA (Banke), Aug 17: An epidemic of viral fever in the flood-hit areas in Banke has further affected the lives of flood survivors. Most people displaced by flooding from Raptisonari, Duduwa, Narainapur and different parts of Khajura Rural Municipality are facing various health problems like fever, diarrhoea and flu.