Bakar-Eid being celebrated in Pokhara

Pokhara – The Islam religious people are celebrating their grand festival, Bakar Eid, with much fanfare today. The festival which is to be continued for three days from today is also known as ‘Eid-Ul-Juha’. The Muslim community considers this as a festival of devotion. Ali Miya Literary Foundation, Pokhara Chairperson and religious preacher Hanif Miya
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Baitadi –An office assistant working at Marma health post in Darchula was murdered on Tuesday. Angabir Singh Thagunna, 46, hailing from Marma rural municipality-1, Gholjar was murdered, shared Police Inspector Hikmat Bohora at District Police Office, Darchula. Thagunna was murdered at his home. A police team has recently reached the incident site. The robbers had
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Tulasipur –The Ministry of Urban Development has selected Gadhawa rural municipality to develop it as one of the new cities in Tarai-Madhesh. Chairperson of Gadhawa rural municipality, Sahajram Yadav said that Gadhawa was selected under the programme to develop 15 modern cities in Tarai-Madhesh and an integrated development master plan has been implemented. Soon after
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Damak –Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli today laid a foundation stone of an Ayurvedic Hospital at Kamal rural municipality-7 in Jhapa. The facility going to be constructed by the Department of Urban Development and Building Construction under the Ministry of Urban Development will have 50 beds. It is said to have an emergency ward, an
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Myagdi – Deepak Secondary School at Patlekhet of Beni municipality-10 has been provided assistance of more than Rs 300 thousand. The family members of Mana Prasad Sherchan, originally hailing from Patlekhet and currently living in the US, have provided the assistance, said school teacher Bishnu Dhungana. Moreover, Sandip Sherchan, son of Mana Prasad, now working
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Kanchhanpur –The Shuklaphanta Municipality-4 in Kanchanpur district has constructed two embankments along two local rivers. The ward office of the Municipality built those two river embankments at the total cost of Rs 1.2 million and aimed at curbing soil erosion. The embankment constructed using stones and wires to the Sunbora River measured 42 metres in
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Kathmandu –The government has begun a process to implement energy cooperation agreement held with the government of China in a bid to attract more foreign investment and expand hydropower market in the country. So far, Nepal has signed such agreements with India and Bangladesh as well. The process was begun following the Sino-Nepal agreement reached
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Kathmandu – Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Giriraj Mani Pokhrel, has insisted the Tribhuvan University (TU) should pay its attention to maintaining the quality of its education system. In his address to the 58th anniversary celebration of Ratna Rajyalaxmi Campus (RR) based in the Exhibition Road today, the education minister stressed that the university
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Kathmandu –The education and health committee under the House of Representatives (HoR) is to hold discussions with Prof Dr Govinda KC and other people concerned from related field with regard to the National Medical Education Bill- 2075 BS. A meeting of the committee held today decided to hold discussions with the Mathema Commission officials, Dr
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Kathmandu –Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara has said federalism is a new system. So, learning and sharing experiences among the federal and provincial practices strengthen democratic system, he argued. During a discussion organised to share the experiences between the Speakers and Deputy Speakers from the federal and provincial parliaments, Speaker Mahara said, “Although there are concurrent
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