Rolpa, Sept 29: The community schools in Rolpa district are reeling under the shortage of school teachers. Some 400 teachers are required as per the number of students in 700 schools in the district.
Kathmandu, Sept 28: Most of the lawmakers, speaking at the special hour of the Legislature-Parliament meeting today, drew the government's attention towards rising number of road accidents in the country, urging it to come up with a substantive step for the minimisation of traffic fatalities.
Sindhuli, Sept 28: Transport entrepreneurs have closed the BP Highway since this morning, giving people planning to go home for Dashain festival a major setback.
Kathmandu, Sept 28: Nepal Telecom (NT), the state-owned telecommunications provider, has got authority to expand the 'optical fiber network' to 32 districts along the Mid-Hill (Pushpalal) Highway.
Kathmandu, Sept 28: The Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has resumed its flights to Pokhara, Bhairahawa and Simara beginning today.
Chitwan, Sept 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal today said the government was preparing to register the proposal to amend the constitution before the Dashain festival.
Kathmandu, Sept 28: The Parliamentary Hearing Special Committee (PHSC) today carried out hearing of ambassadors designate to India and China.
Pokhara, Sept 28: The first eight tourists visiting the International Mountain Museum in Pokhara were received to warm welcome on Tuesday on the occasion of the World Tourism Day.
Chitwan, Sept 27: Home Minister Bimalendra Nidhi has said the government would leave no stone unturned in the search for former minister Madhav Prasad Ghimire and his younger brothers went missing in the fatal jeep accident that occurred at Ghoptebhir of Chitwan on Sunday.
Kathmandu, Sept 27:CPN (UML) hair KP Sharma Oli argued that India was invited to exercise its role in and show concern about the implementation of Nepal's constitution during Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal's recent visit to the southern neighbour.
Kathmandu, Sept 27: Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (RPP-N) and other fringe political parties today said any agreement made by big three political parties unilaterally by bypassing the proposal of the Local Body Restructuring Commission, would not be acceptable to them.