‘Chhath Parva’ celebration in pictures

Chhath Parva, the festival which is symbolic of purity, good will and faith, is being celebrated across the country with much fanfare and enthusiasm. During the festival, devotees worship and offer arghya (offering of water) to the setting and rising sun, wishing prosperity, happiness, well-being and long life of family members. The Hindu festival dedicated
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Specimen of National Identity Card of Nepal with personal and bio data storage capability, to be distributed in near future, as pictured on Saturday, November 25, 2017. Photo: RSS

With the impact of pollutants in the atmosphere for an absence of rainfall, the temperature across the country including the Kathmandu valley has dipped in recent days. The minimum temperature of Kathmandu was recorded 8.6 degree Celsius on Sunday. According to meteorologist Meen Kumar Aryal, current severity of cold was the natural trend and ruled
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Nepal Medical Council has decided not to implement ‘Accreditation Standards for the MBBS/BDS Programme’ for medical students to attend licensing examination. A full house meeting of NMC today has decided not to change accreditation standards for medical students studying in and outside the country. On October 26, Nepal Medical Council had decided to implement accreditation
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A programme was held at the Nepal Army Headquarters on Wednesday to discuss modernisation of the army, to keep up with the times, and to make the institution more professional in the days to come. The programme was attended by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Ishwor Pokharel, Chair of the State Affairs and
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Deputy prime Minister and Defence Minister Ishwor Pokhrel on Saturday urged Madhesi parties to refrain from hubris based on regionalism. Addressing a ceremony organised by Nepal Communist Party (NCP) at party office in Kalaiya in Bara, DPM Pokhrel advised the provincial government of Province 2 to move forward in unison with all stakeholders. Likewise, the
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-The Himalayan Times

In line with recommendations forwarded by Nepal Police Headquarters seeking expulsion of former Superintendent of Police Dilli Raj Bista and Inspector Jagdish Bhatta accused of negligence and mishandling of evidence in investigation into Nirmala Panta’s rape and murder, the Ministry of Home Affairs on Thursday has decided to expel them from police service. MoHA’s decision
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After a gap of almost one month, the Department of Transport Management (DoTM) is set to reopen applications for driving licence across the country from Tuesday. Earlier, DoTM had halted the driving licence process (receiving applications, holding written examinations and driving trials) completely from mid-June to mid-July citing that DoTM offices had to prioritise works
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Written clarification from police officers suspended for alleged negligence in the investigation of rape and murder of Nirmala Panta (13) of Kanchanpur has been submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday. Superintendent of Police Dilli Raj Bista and Police Inspector Jagdish Bhatta’s clarification was submitted by the Nepal Police Headquarters, according to Ministry
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