54 people killed, more than 1000 injured in 556 vehicle accidents since Phulpati

21 October, Kathmandu. From the day of Phulpati (October 16) till Thursday, 556 vehicle accidents have taken place across the country. According to Nepal Police, 54 people have died and 1 thousand 57 people have been injured in road accidents in the last 5 days. Although the police did not compare with last year, it… Continue reading 54 people killed, more than 1000 injured in 556 vehicle accidents since Phulpati

Announcement of independent candidature of Ganga Choudhary

21 October, Kathmandu. CPN-UML leader Ganga Choudhary Satgauwa has announced that she will contest as an independent candidate. Chaudhary was in the race to become a member of the House of Representatives from Dang 1. But Choudhary became dissatisfied after the UML leadership prepared to field Shanta Chowdhury. UML is preparing to field Revathiraman Sharma… Continue reading Announcement of independent candidature of Ganga Choudhary

19 billion spent on concessional loan interest subsidy in four years

21 October, Kathmandu. The Government of Nepal has spent about 19 billion rupees only on subsidized interest on subsidized loans. According to the budget statement, the Council of Ministers decided to give 5 to 6 percent interest subsidy on seven types of loans from 2075. Accordingly, Nepal Rastra Bank approved and implemented the Integrated Process… Continue reading 19 billion spent on concessional loan interest subsidy in four years

a thin outer box placed on the sidewalk

21 October, Kathmandu. Nepal Electricity Authority is going to install thin-sized ‘outdoor cabinet boxes’ if the power lines are underground. Previously, the large cabinet boxes placed on the sidewalls were removed and a reflex-shaped cabinet box was installed. The Project Management Directorate of the Authority directed the Consultant to redesign the boxes which were placed… Continue reading a thin outer box placed on the sidewalk

Waterlogging in Birendranagar, an appeal to the administration to be alert

October 21, Surkhet. Virendranagar valley has been submerged due to continuous rain for three days. The flow of water has intensified in the Khare rivers in the valley. Local citizens have started building houses for safer places as the lower part of the valley is inundated with water. Rivers like Newarkhola, Itramkhola, Juprakhola and Chinchkhola… Continue reading Waterlogging in Birendranagar, an appeal to the administration to be alert

Why is the Maoist weak in the city?

Once upon a time it was said that people do not join the Communist Party after the age of 25. Walking towards the district around 2046, he said, ‘They are all right, but they have children. The organization of the Communist Party had a lot to do with his way of life. The leaders were… Continue reading Why is the Maoist weak in the city?

Weather: Slow improvement in east, rain in west till Sunday

21 October, Kathmandu. According to the Weather Forecasting Department of the Department of Water and Meteorology, although there is a possibility of heavy rain in the districts of western Nepal, but the weather will improve in eastern Nepal from today. According to the division, today there is a possibility of light to moderate rain with… Continue reading Weather: Slow improvement in east, rain in west till Sunday

Veteran singer Pramod Pandey passes away

21 October, Kathmandu. Veteran singer Pramod Pandey passed away after suffering from brain cancer. Pandey died yesterday at the age of 59 at his residence in Kathmandu. Pandey, who started singing in Radio Nepal from 2039, has sung many modern, bhajan and folk songs. The famous song ‘Zindagi Ile Kahan Lapurayo’ recorded by Radio Nepal… Continue reading Veteran singer Pramod Pandey passes away

5 families of Walling displaced due to landslide threat

October 21, Scindia. 5 houses in Walling – 13 large farms in Siangja are at risk of landslides with incessant rains. Ward President Namlal Dumre told that 5 houses are in danger due to the high wall falling on the plot land and the people there have been displaced. According to him, the family members… Continue reading 5 families of Walling displaced due to landslide threat

Defection and quota change gave a boost to politics and business: Dr. Bhattarai

21 October, Kathmandu. Nepal Samajwadi Party (NESPA) President and former Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai has remarked that Nepalese politics is sinking further into the abyss as elections are approaching. In a tweet on Thursday night, Dr. Bhattarai wrote, ‘It is very sad that as elections are approaching, Nepali politics is going towards the abyss.’… Continue reading Defection and quota change gave a boost to politics and business: Dr. Bhattarai

Himal Sanchar