Repeal of ordinance brought to ease party division

Kathmandu: The ordinance brought by the government to facilitate party division has been rejected. The ordinance brought by the government to amend the Political Parties Act 2073 BS was rejected by President Bidhya Devi Bhandari on Monday on the recommendation of the Council of Ministers. The government led by Sher Bahadur Deuba had recommended the… Continue reading Repeal of ordinance brought to ease party division

Ticket booking for long-distance destinations begin

File Photo New Bus Park at Gongabu awaits passengers. Photo Courtesy: Sujan Gurung, The Rising Nepal

Kathmandu: Advance ticket booking has started from today for those leaving the Kathmandu Valley to celebrate Dashain. People who want to go home in Dashain have reached the new bus park in Gongabu to get tickets since morning. Advance tickets are being sold following the social distance. The Department of Transport Management had decided to… Continue reading Ticket booking for long-distance destinations begin

Hoteliers demand immidiate implementation of travel leave

Kathmandu: Hoteliers have demanded to implement the travel leave given to government employees to increase domestic tourism activities. This request was made by the hoteliers affiliated with Hotel Association Nepal (HAN) on the eve of World Tourism Day. “We urge the government to immediately implement the 10-day travel leave and one-month free entry permit for… Continue reading Hoteliers demand immidiate implementation of travel leave

Police arrests a boy attempt to wear Narayanhiti’s crown

Kathmandu: An attempt has been made to steal the crown of the former king displayed in the Narayanhiti Durbar Museum. Khem Bahadur Gharti, 25, of Rukum West Musikot Municipality-11 had tried to break the glass by removing a khukuri from the room where the crown is being placed. However, the security forces took him under… Continue reading Police arrests a boy attempt to wear Narayanhiti’s crown

Citizens of 12 countries not to get on-arrival visas in Nepal

Kathmandu: Considering the easing situation of covid-19 in the country, the government has decided to resume on-arrival visa service to the foreigners. However, Nepal will not provide an on-arrival visa facility to citizens of 12 countries. According to the Department of Immigration, citizens from pandemic-affected countries will not receive on-arrival visas. Nepal had opened on-arrival… Continue reading Citizens of 12 countries not to get on-arrival visas in Nepal

Pakistan wants cooperation with Nepal: Pakistani PM Imran Khan

Kathmandu: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he is ready to further promote relations between Pakistan and Nepal. During a meeting with Nepal’s Ambassador to Pakistan Tapas Adhikari on Tuesday, he said he was keen to work with Nepal to promote bilateral relations, according to the Nepal Embassy in Islamabad. Recalling his visit… Continue reading Pakistan wants cooperation with Nepal: Pakistani PM Imran Khan

Ambassadors from different countries to return

Kathmandu: The government has decided to recall all ambassadors appointed on the basis of political appointments. Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Gyanendra Bahadur Karki informed that the cabinet meeting on Tuesday decided to recall all the ambassadors appointed by the previous government on the basis of political appointments. After the decision of the… Continue reading Ambassadors from different countries to return

Mountain flight resumes

Photo Courtesy: Department of Survey

Kathmandu: Mountain flight, which was suspended due to the Corona epidemic, has resumed. Airlines have been offering mountain flights with a view of the mountains, including Mount Everest. As the Corona epidemic subsides, Buddha Air has announced on Tuesday that it will fly to the mountains every Saturday. According to the company, the ticket price… Continue reading Mountain flight resumes

TU to resume classes physically

A view of Tribhuvan University building in Kirtipur, on Friday, March 08, 2019. Photo: Mausam Shah Nepali/THT

Kathmandu: Classes will be conducted in all the affiliated colleges of Tribhuvan University from Friday with physical attendance. According to the Tribhuvan University Information and Public Relations Division, the classes will be conducted in physical presence with special vigilance to avoid the possible risk of corona epidemic. The meeting of the TU Executive Council has… Continue reading TU to resume classes physically

Annapurna base camp to open from end of September

Gandaki (Rashtriya Samachar Samiti): The Annapurna base camp closed due to Corona will be open from the last week of September. The base camp foot trail will be opened as soon as the religious, cultural and tourist destinations of the country start opening. Secretary of the Chomrong Tourism Management Committee Dilip Gurung said that the… Continue reading Annapurna base camp to open from end of September