BAJURA: Although locals of 11 VDCs have been facing acute food crisis for the last two months, they are yet to be supplied with rice in the northern part of Bajura.

KATHMANDU: The Department of Food Technology and Quality Control (DFTQC) today disposed 50 jars of Ava branded bottled water that were unsafe for drinking.

TANAHUN: As many as 100 houses in Tanahun are at high risk of landslide due to continuous land erosion by the Seti River.

KATHMANDU: The Environment Protection Committee of Parliament has summoned Nepal Crusher and Mine Industry Entrepreneurs’ Federation on September 10 to discuss extraction of river materials.

KATHMANDU: The United States, through its US Agency for International Development, has announced three new programmes worth up to $70 million (approx Rs 6.85 billion), aiming to help Nepali communi

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s population has risen to 27.1 million with 17 per cent of total countrymen living in urban areas.

RAMECHHAP: For years the proposed extensive drinking water project of Ramechhap has been left in a limbo, as the government has failed to allocate required budget for the project till date.

SURKHET: Thirty-three-year-old Maiti BK of Tatapani VDC-6, Surkhet went visiting her parental home at Lumki of Kailali to join in the mourning for her uncle’s death, leaving her husband and three d

KATHMANDU: The Environment Protection Committee of the Parliament has decided to declare the Kathmandu Valley polythene bag free zone by mid-April next year and directed the government to make all

As many as 150 species of birds are in endangered list in Nepal of late.

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