Kathmandu, April 24: The mortal body of journalist Barbara Adams, who passed away Saturday, is to be placed at the Nepal Academy premises from 9:00 am to 11:00 am tomorrow, Monday for last tributes.
Kathmandu, April 24: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has paid tribute to those killed in the earthquake wishing for the eternal peace of the departed souls. Prime Minister Oli reached earthquake-devastated Dharahara site in the capital this morning to pay homage to the departed souls amid a programme organized in commemoration of the earthquake.
Pokhara, April 24: Tourism entrepreneurs here have stressed the need to revive tourism in Lake City Pokhara in such a way to relieve pains and plights triggered by the 25 April 2016 earthquake that rattled the country.
Bajura, April 23: Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Bhim Bahadur Rawal, also the Vice Chairman of the ruling CPN-UML, on Saturday directed the government employees in Bajura district and his party leaders and cadres to make the preparations for local body elections as the elections would be held soon.
Kathmandu, April 23: Minister for Information and Communications Sherdhan Rai has stressed on the role of media to disseminate news related to national development and public concern issues.
Damauli, April 23: Nepali Congress senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel has blamed the incumbent government of failing to implement the new constitution. At a programme organized to lay foundation stone for the construction of a community forest office building here today, he said that the government even failed to control black-marketing, corruption and irregularities caused by them.
Kathmandu, April 23: The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) today appointed the chief of its office for coordination of reconstruction works in Sindhupalchowk – a district hit the worst in terms of human casualties and physical loss during the massive earthquake of April 25 last year.
Kathmandu, April 23: CPN (UML) leader and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has urged the party leaders and cadres to be prepared for local elections. Addressing a new year greeting exchange programme organized by the Nuwakot-Kathmandu Liaison Forum here today, leader Nepal voiced for holding local bodies' election to end corruption and expedite developmental activities at the local level.
New York, April 23: Nepali Congress General Secretary Dr Shashanka Koirala arrived here this morning on a private visit. Nepalese Public Liaison Committee US President Ananda Bista welcomed him upon his arrival.
Kathmandu, April 23: The fear and trauma of the massive 7.6 Richter scale earthquake which struck Nepal on April 25 continues to haunt the general public even a year after, as aftershocks continue to hit as of this day. Nepal is placed at the 11th position in the world among the countries most prone to the recurrent temblors. Nepal itself was created with the collision of the two giant tectonic plates – the Euro-asian plate and the Indian plate – which continue to collide.