19 Manseer, Pokhara. Amisha Adhikari, who took the 12th examination in the subject of justice from Tanhu Adikavi Bhanubhakta Mavic, was sure that the result would be good. Although Covid was repeatedly shaken by the pandemic, he passed the test with ease. The officials who are waiting for the exam to be better than expected… Continue reading “They didn’t give me the number I was typing. The examiner ignored me!”
file photo 19 December, Kathmandu. Former Rashtriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) President Pashupati Shamsher Rana has said that everyone should accept the election result. The counting of votes that ended on Sunday has elected a new working committee under the leadership of Rajendra Lyngden. The losing president Kamal Thapa has accused former king Gyanendra Shah of… Continue reading Election results should be accepted by all: Rana
19 December, Kathmandu. The stock market index Napse, which started its decline after the quarterly review of monetary policy by Nepal Rastra Bank, declined on the first day of the week. On Sunday, the market closed at 2513.88 points down by 72.30 points. The market is down 2.80 per cent since Thursday. With the boom… Continue reading The stock market fell by 72.30 points on the first day of the week
19 December, Kathmandu. As soon as the stock market opened on the first day of the week, there was a sharp decline in it. In 1 hour 40 minutes of opening, the market index Napse has lost 65.32 points. On Sunday, shares of 222 companies were traded in the secondary market. Out of which the… Continue reading Napse fell 65 points in an hour and a half
19 December, Kathmandu. It has been 12 years since Shivhari Poudel started teaching music as a part-time professor at the Fine Arts Complex. Due to the contribution of Tribhuvan University, his hard work is not less than other (permanent or contract service) professors. But they have never been paid that much. Paudel, found in the… Continue reading Part-time professors’ movement: issue unresolved for 15 years
19 December, Kathmandu. The Rashtriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) has appointed Kamal Thapa as a member of the new executive committee. Thapa lost to Rajendra Lyngden for the post of president. According to the election committee, Lingden won the election by 1,817 votes, while Kamal Thapa got 1,617 votes. Of the four RPP vice-presidents, three have… Continue reading Thapa dominated among RPP office bearers, who got how many votes?
19 December, Kathmandu. The final voting results for the election of the new working committee of the Rashtriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) have been made public. Rajendra Lingden as President, Vikram Pandey as Open Vice President, Roshan Karki as Women’s Vice President, Dr. Dhawal Shamsher Rana and Kunti Shahi have won the post of General Secretary.… Continue reading Pandey won the post of RPP vice-president and Rana won the post of general secretary
18 Manseer, Pokhara. There were five contenders in the Ramchandra Poudel faction for the post of Gandaki State President of Nepali Congress. Declaring Shukraj Sharma as the joint candidate, senior leader Ramchandra Poudel urged the other contenders, “You have to accept this decision with a knot in your heart.” Senior leader Poudel’s concern grew when… Continue reading Paudel and Koirala’s message: Let’s make a common candidate, we are ready to give up
18 Manseer, Chitwan (Madi). The atmosphere is getting colder. The weather is getting worse and dry. The tree is getting naked. In this rainy season, the Terai plains have been made attractive with mustard flowers. The always visible Pahelpur field, mustard flowers floating in the air and bumblebees and bees hovering in the flowers. What… Continue reading Ahh! Torile Pahalpur Madi (Photo Feature)
18th December, Kathmandu. When the capital markets regulatory body Nepal Securities Board (NSB) is leaderless, its impact is visible in the primary market. Although IPO is being issued continuously for some time, but it has been put on hold for a long time. After sacking the then chairman of the board, the government has not… Continue reading in the pipeline of Rs.