High anticipation for accomplishing a significant energy target in accordance with the country’s ambitions characterized the previous year. The successes of the previous year have substantially reinforced the belief that the growth of the energy industry can bring prosperity to the country. After producing a respectable quantity of power, Nepal […]
India and Nepal agree to take down unlawful buildings in no-man’s land.
The managers of the Nepali and Indian border districts have agreed to clear the no-man’s-land and fix the damaged boundary pillars. In a meeting conducted on Monday in Kishanganj, India, the Nepal-India Border District Coordination Committee decided to take down the buildings in the no-man’s land. Birendra Kumar Yadav, the […]
The Ministry of Women in Nepal does not actively support women in leadership positions.
The leadership of the Ministry of Women, Children, and Senior Citizens has changed once again as a result of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal recently enlarging his Council of Ministers for the eleventh time. Mahindra Raya Yadav of the Nepal Samajbadi Party was replaced as the new minister by Surendra […]
Nepali businessmen are frustrated by China’s inconsistent Tibet border policies.
The kathmandupost.com reported on May 14 that the way China seems to arbitrarily open and shut or limit in various ways its occupied-Tibet border crossing sites for the transit of commodities has left the entrepreneurs in Nepal anxious. According to the allegation, which cited authorities, China has suspended Nepali shipments […]
In Nepal, a Federal Kleptocratic Republic
Top Bahadur Rayamajhi, a former deputy prime minister and minister of the interior, has been hiding out ever since he was implicated as one of the top level officials in a fabricated refugee scam. He was missing for ten days until being apprehended on Sunday night. Former Maoist guerilla leader […]
Nepali healthcare is being transformed
In recent decades, Nepal has made impressive strides in the healthcare field, in large part because to the Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) initiative. These women have been instrumental in revamping Nepal’s healthcare system and are often the first to address health issues in their local communities. In order to […]
“Cyclone Mocha had no significant effects in Nepal,”
Both local and westerly winds have had an overall impact on Nepal. The Weather Forecasting Division (WFD) of the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology said that the strong cyclone “Mocha,” which had its origins in the Bay of Bengal, had no discernible consequences in Nepal. The WFD reports that the […]
Nepal’s Expanding IT Industry
Information and communication technology entered a new chapter in 2001 when the government of Nepal built the National Information Technology Center (NITC) and Government Integrated Data Center (GIDC). Although it was primarily designed to store data for government agencies, departments, and offices, it swiftly evolved into a gateway for growing […]
Energy conference between Nepal and Bangladesh: officials start talking about trading power
Beginning on Monday in Dhaka, officials from Nepal and Bangladesh will discuss commencing power trading between the two nations. Dinesh Ghimire of Nepal and Habibur Rahman of Bangladesh are the respective energy secretaries heading their respective delegations at the conference. The secretary-level meeting, though, will only happen on Tuesday. Nepal […]
Journalists and civic activists pledge to give disadvantaged people’s causes first consideration.
15 May, Nepalgunj Journalists and civic activists have affirmed their commitment to giving disadvantaged groups’ concerns top consideration. At the conclusion of the TT training for journalists and community leaders from Surkhet, Dailekh, Kalikot, Humla, Kathmandu, and Banke, they stated this commitment. The program’s participant, journalist Tripti Shahi, said that […]