KMC calls for tender to reconstruct Ranipokhari

Kathmandu, August 20 Kathmandu Metropolitan City has called for tender for the reconstruction of Ranipokhari and Balgopaleshwor temple for the third time. Ranipokhari was destroyed in the 2015 earthquakes. Earlier, the KMC had terminated its second contract with Worldwide Kandel KN KG JV in April. With the termination of the contract, KMC suffered a loss
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BIRATNAGAR: An Improvised Explosive Device (IED) went off on the premises of the Biratnagar Metropolitan City Office this afternoon, police said. The explosive device kept at a waiting room on the first floor of the office went off destroying a glass window and damaging glasses of Mayor Bhim Parajuli’s automobile. No human casualties were reported in
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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and medical activist Dr Govinda KC held a meeting today at the former’s official residence in Baluwatar to discuss the implementation of the recent nine-point agreement signed between the government and Dr KC. According to Dr KC’s aide Pritam Subedi, the discussion went around for nearly two hours. “At
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Kathmandu, August 9 Violating the fundamental right of a citizen, Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital today refused to hand over the autopsy report of Nishan Khadka, an 11-year-old who was abducted and killed earlier this week, to his mother. The mother of the deceased and her relatives visited the hospital to collect the body and autopsy
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Kathmandu, August 7 Dr Govinda KC, senior orthopaedic surgeon at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, today said he would be compelled to launch fresh hunger strike, if the government did not implement the nine-point agreement. Organising a press meet, Dr KC said, “We will not accept even minor changes in the  agreement. The agreement was not
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Kathmandu, August 5 Annual reports of the last five years published by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation show that the number of one-horned rhinoceros dying due to natural causes in various national parks has been increasing. The report shows that a total of 24 rhinoceros died of natural causes, while one was
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Kathmandu, August 3 A total of 105 persons have tested positive for scrub typhus across the country in the last two months. According to Epidemiology and Disease Control Division, cases of scrub typhus were recorded in 27 districts of the country. Dr Bibek Kumar Lal, director at EDCD, said the number of scrub typhus patients
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KATHMANDU: Nepal Communist Party (NCP) lawmaker Bhanubhakta Dhakal has been appointed as the Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. Former Minister Sher Bahadur Tamang resigned from his post after his statement on female MBBS students in Bangladesh attracted heavy criticism from all sectors. Similarly, State Minister Padma Aryal
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KATHMANDU: Nepal Communist Party (NCP) lawmaker Shashi Shrestha expressed her doubts over the increased instances of rapes as being a part of some conspiracy to fail the incumbent government. Shrestha made such remark taking special time at the meeting of the House of Representatives on Thursday to draw the parliament’s attention towards increased instances of
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Kathmandu, July 31 The Armed Police Force has decided to expand its presence to all 77 districts from existing 45 in line with the paramilitary force’s federal set-up. The gulmas (companies) and posts to be established in all districts will be headed by a battalion. DIG Babu Ram Pandey, APF spokesperson, said a decision to this effect
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