In every region of the developing world, the percentage of people living on less than $1.25 a day and the number of poor declined between 2005-2008, according to estimates released on Wednesday by
Two tremors were felt at Bajhang-Darchula border in far-western Nepal early Monday morning.
There is no bound of happiness among locals when they manage to light up their home with the power generated from micro hydropower projects in Phulkharka VDC-6, Mulpani VDC-1 and Ree VDC-1 and 8 in
Nepal and India discussed on the issues related to cooperation on water resources along with agreeing to expedite the water and power projects at the first meeting of the Nepal- India Joint Ministe
For the first time in Nepal, two primary stakeholders in the forestry sector, one on conservation and the other on harvesting and utilization, joined hands to ensure that conservation and social se
Asian Development bank (ADB) and Swiss government have agreed to provide US $ 25 million (18 million loan assistance and 7 million grant assistance) and 7.06 million grant assistance respectively (
Hunters have intensified wildlife poaching drive taking advantage of heavy snowfall that has lashed Bajura district for the past three days.
The Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday issued a stay order against the government's plan to construct the roads inside the Chitwan National Park (CNP).
The Supreme Court (SC) has directed the Electricity Tariff Fixation Commission (ETFC) not to hike the electricity tariff by more than five percent by issuing an interim order on Tuesday.
A minor earthquake hit Dailekh district of western Nepal at 2:34 pm on Wednesday.
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