Get me a ship, ‘any’ ship will do: Oli tells Transport Minister

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has directed the Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Raghubir Mahaseth to make sure that the government launches a ship service in its rivers of the country at the earliest. Speaking at a meeting of ministers and secretaries of all ministries on Wednesday, the Prime Minister issued the directive. During
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Five Deputy Inspectors General of Police contesting for the post of Additional Inspector General of Police have retired from their post on Friday. They had been competing for three vacant posts for Additional Inspector General of Police. Uttam Kumar Karki, Pawan Prasad Kharel, Chhavi Lal Joshi, Gyan Bikram Shah and Sharad Chand retired due to
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The Kathmandu District Administration Office has urged all public and private schools in the district not to halt teaching learning activities except on public holidays. The directive follows an announcement by some student organisations that they will impose an education strike this week. Stating that receiving education in a peaceful environment is a right of
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When the World Health Organization last month announced that Nepal has become the first country in the South-East Asia region to eliminate trachoma ‘as a public health problem’, many Nepalis, especially those living in central and eastern hills and urban areas, were taken by surprise—apparently because they had never heard about the ailment before. On the other
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At a time when restaurants are opening and closing like books in a library, there are only a few that have survived. The one that have survived have done so on pure passion and the enthusiasm to serve the best food in the Kathmandu Valley. One such restaurant is Burger Shack, which over the years
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Fairfiled by Marriott Kathmandu is organising Newari Bhoj, a traditional Newari food festival, from August 18 to 27 at its own premises in Thamel of the capital. “As Fairfield by Marriott Kathmandu believes in promoting and supporting local tradition, this food festival will provide a platform for Newari artisan home cooks to make sure we
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Kathmandu’s  Fairfield by Marriott is organising a Chinese Food Festival on the occasion of Chinese New Year from February 8 to 17. The hotel says the food festival  will open at the Kava Restaurant at 6:30 pm this Thursday. Drinks will be served and there will be a lavish Chinese buffet. “Special selection of irresistible Chinese
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Most drug related movies are violent as the whole drug business is a dangerous trade. The first Sicario movie was the same but the violence in that movie made sense. This second movie, on the other hand, is a bit abrupt as the script fails to explain to the audience what the hell is going on.
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With more tourists coming to Nepal from its northern neighbour every year, many Chinese restaurants have popped up around the city. Most of them are in Thamel, an area which has now become a hub even for Chinese tourists. These restaurants aren’t only popular among the Chinese, but are also famous among Nepalis who have
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Indian Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi after offering prayers at Janaki temple in Janakpur.Photo: MEAIndia via Twitter Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed a special worship in keeping with the ‘shodasopachar’ rituals at the Janaki Temple in Janakpurdham Friday. The shodasopachar rituals, which has the primacy of mantras (hymns), is performed on behalf only the
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