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Human-wildlife conflict; 52 lose lives to wild animals in 15 years in Jhapa

Jhapa: Human-wildlife conflict has continued in Jhapa district with 52 human deaths in the fight

Interview | Kathmandu will be given a facelift: Mayor Balen Shah

Independent candidate Balendra Shah has sealed victory in the local election in the Kathmandu Metropolitan

China agrees to increase volume of goods imported into Nepal

Kathmandu: The quantity of Chinese goods imported through the Rasuwagadhi transit is going to increase.

Rs 4.5 billion monthly loss on petroleum products: NOC

Kathmandu: The state-owned Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) says it is currently facing a record-high loss

Mugling-Pokhara road expansion and upgradation begins

Pokhara: The preliminary task of expansion and up-gradation of the Prithvi Highway that connects tourism

Top WHO, US scientists say Omicron no worse than other virus variants

Geneva: The Omicron variant appears to be no worse than other coronavirus strains, top scientists

Seti River flooded, people in vicinity panicked

Doti: After the Seti River has been flooded with heavy rainfall, the motorable bridge over

Gandaki to be declared as literate province

Pokhara: The Gandaki provincial government is going to declare Gandaki a literate province. The province

Fair price shops opened at 43 places in 39 districts

Kathmandu: The government has operated the fair price shops from today in view of the

Preliminary meeting held to address ex-Gurkhas’ demands

London: A preliminary meeting was held on Wednesday on the initiative of the British government

Prof Dr Subedi appointed legal advisor at IUCN

London: Professor of Leeds University of the United Kingdom, Dr Surya Prasad Subedi has been

Pindongdanda Community Health Unit Building in Mahurebhanjyang of Temal

Kavre: The Pindongdanda community health unit building has been constructed at Ward No. 4, Mahurebhanjyang,

Minimum wages of workers increased in South Korea, Nepalis to benefit

Seoul: Minimum wages of all domestic and foreign workers including Nepalis have been hiked in

Report points out limited transparency, minimal citizen engagement opportunities in Covid fiscal management

Kathmandu: Public financial management experts have highlighted the need to initiate reforms in regard to