The Western and Far-Western regions of the country have vast wind energy resources that could be extracted commercially, according to a study.
The epidemic spread of the disease of foot and mouth rusting on animals or livestock known as ‘Khoret’ has hit nine eastern districts.
The residents of Kalikot have not seen electricity for the last one year after the hydropower project in the district was swept by floods.
In a bid to declare the district ‘Open-Defecation Free’ by next year, some government offices in Rautahat have started issuing written orders to their employees to immediately build toilets in thei
In a surprising demand of cigarettes in a small settlement of Olangchungola with 54 households, approximately Rs 100,000 worth of ‘cancer sticks’ are sold every month.
Canteens at majority of the ministries, government offices at Singha Durbar—the Seat of Power—are found to be serving stale, unhygienic food to their patrons, a top official at the Department of Fo
Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s campaign focused on community cleaning has gathered over 100 tonnes of waste in three days. With the success, KMC has planned to run the campaign every 15 days.
The District Administration Office (DAO), Morang has been preparing to shut down all kinds of crusher factories in the district.
An agreement between the Kathmandu Metropolitan City and the Durbarmarg Development Board (DDB) has renewed hopes for solar-powered lamps to re-illuminate Durbarmarg in the heart of the city.
The Animal Healt Directorate (AHD) has declared that Nepal is free of H5N1 avian influenza, also known as bird flu.
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