New identity card for Nepali citizens

THT ONLINE 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

Gangapurna, a glacial lake located in Annapurna circuit trekking route is becoming shallower as sediments and particulates glide in the lake with inflowing waters at an alarming pace. The glacial lake situated at the height of 3,540 metres is formed from the glaciers from Mt Gangapurna (7,454m), Annapurna IV (7,525m), Khangsar Kang and Glacier Dom.
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A total of 17 firms, including a domestic one, have expressed their interest to prepare the detailed project report (DPR) for the Kathmandu-Tarai Expressway.One year into construction, the Nepal Army is carrying out preliminary works without a DPR and a consulting agency for the mega structure the country plans to see completed within the next
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As a majority of political parties fail to make public the names of Central Committee members submitting property details to the organisation, the Election Commission has warned of fines. The Act on Amendment and Integration of Political Parties-2017 requires central officials and members to submit their property details to the party office within 60 days
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The microbus drivers and their assistants in Kathmandu valley will have to wear fluorescent jackets from November 17. This was decided in a meeting of Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MTPD) held with the Federation of Nepalese National Transport Entrepreneurs here on Friday.   MTPD chief, Senior Superintendent of Police Basanta Kumar Panta said that the
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President of Women, Law and Development Forum Mira Dhungana today urged the State Affairs and Good Governance Committee of the House of Representatives to remove the provision of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill that requires a woman to submit affidavit about her child’s father. During a clause-wise discussion on the bill, Dhungana said there should be
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Chairperson of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Pushpa Kamal Dahal today said that the party and government should be cautious of any attempt by  counter-revolutionary forces to reverse the hard-earned  political changes. Addressing a programme organised by Rautahat-Kathmandu Contract Forum here today, Dahal said the NCP (NCP) and its government had both opportunities to transform Nepal
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The Ministry of Home Affairs on Sunday made public a report prepared by a high level probe committee formed to investigate rape and murder of 13-year-old Nirmala Panta. In its report, the committee has cited mishandling of substantial evidence by police personnel since the very beginning and suggests departmental action against the officers involved in
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The renowned heritage sites across the Kathmandu Valley, many of which are already listed as endangered by Unesco, face a new threat from air pollution, conservationists and craftsmen have warned. “Post-earthquake, we’ve had an opportunity to inspect the ancient structures up close and the degradation is visible. Dust and smoke have deteriorated wooden structures and
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Oct 4, 2018- Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli, who returned Kathmandu on Thursday after wrapping up a long engagement in the United States and Costa Rica, was flooded with questions over growing dissatisfaction within the Nepal Communist Party, in a chaotic press conference at the airport that more or less sums up the current
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