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Govt to have 17 ministries, UML to finalize ministers

The government has decided to reduce the number of ministries from 18 to 17. The meeting of cabinet of ministers has decided to do so. Likewise, Bishnu Rimal has been appointed as chief advisor to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, Chetan Adhikari, press coordinator of PM Oli said. Following the cabinet of ministers meeting, CPN UML is holding a central committee meeting to finalize candidates...


Awareness programme of welfare of migrant workers held in Malaysia

An awareness programme relating to the welfare of Nepali migrant workers has been held at Johor Bahru in Malaysia. At the event organised by the Nepali embassy in Kuala Lumpur, the Nepali migrant workers were informed of their welfare and services and perks provided by various concerned agencies like the Department of Foreign Employment, the Foreign Employment Promotion Board and the Ministry o...


Government announced to reward Rs 300,000 to each member of the national cricket team

The government on Monday has announced to reward Rs 300,000 to each member of the national cricket team for qualifying to the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier. In the ICC World Cricket League Division Two held in Namibia from February 8 to 15, Nepal topped the six-team group to book its spot for the World Cup Qualifiers to be held in Zimbabwe from March 4 to 25. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli...


Sajha Yatayat plans to introduce the first electric bus

Sajha Yatayat plans to introduce the first electric bus within two months and the next three in the first half of this year as pilot models for public transport. Board member with the public transport co-operative Bhushan Tuladhar says this green plan would come to fruition in co-operation with the private sector. The plan envisages introducing several models to promote electric buses with s...


Govt declares more martyrs

Amid widespread criticism, the government on Monday declared more martyrs, this time naming the security personnel killed in the decade-long armed conflict. According to Defence Minister Bhimshen Das Pradan, teachers and civil servants killed in the conflict have also been declared martyrs. The Cabinet meeting also endorsed the Provincial Assembly working procedure. ...


Indian Media in a frenzy over Sushma Swaraj's visit to Nepal

Sushma Swaraj, Indias External Affairs Minister will be paying a two day visit to Kathmandu. In her official meet she will be meeting top political leaders of the nation, including the next to be Prime Minister K P Oli. Her visit comes just ahead of the formation of the new government - a leftist politics alliance with better attachments to China - speculations therefore are natural. The Indian go...


National Natural Resources and Fiscal Commission office established in Singha Durbar

In Part 26, Article 250 of Nepals new constitution it is stated that a National Natural Resources and Fiscal Commission of Nepal be formed. The Commission shall consist of a maximum five persons including a Chairperson. The Commission shall be responsible to determine the allocation of federal funds towards the Federal, Provincial and Local Governments. Below is a detailed list of the functions,...


Malaysian court acquits Nepali migrant on drug trafficking charges

A Malaysian court has acquitted a Nepali migrant worker on drug trafficking charges. Bhim Bahadur Nepali of Siraha district, who worked as a security guard in Malaysia, was charged with trafficking drugs a year ago. The Malaysian laws deem drug smuggling illegal and slap a capital punishment. Kuala Lumpur-based Nepali embassy confirmed the courts verdict on Nepalis case. The embassy pleaded t...


Govt to measure height of Mt Everest

Nepal has taken steps to measure the height of worlds tallest peak Mt Everest for the first time on its own. Prior to this, different companies of neighbouring countries India and China had carried out the task. The official height of Mt Everest (8848 meters) was measured by Survey of India in 1954. Organizing a press meet in the capital on Wednesday, the Department of Survey said that hei...


Upgraded radar system to make Nepal’s skies secure

Nepals air traffic control (ATC) can now monitor the countrys entire airspace and keep track of aircraft from the Himalaya to the Indian border using an advanced radar system recently built on a hilltop in Lalitpur. The Mode S Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) installed at Bhatte Danda supersedes the primary and secondary surveillance radar at Kathmandus Tribhuvan International Air...


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