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Shree Swasthani Brata Katha Start Today

Shree Swasthani Brata Katha Start Today

Shree Swasthani Brata Katha Start Today– Nepalayatimes Shree Swasthani Brata Katha Start Today The Shree Swasthani Brata Katha, a popular ritual of the Hindus since Poush Shukla Purnima (full moon day), has begun from today ends a month after in Magh Shukla Purnima. WATCH VIDEO Especially the Hindu women, involve the month-long festival worshiping four-handed deity Swasthani with Chakra, Trishul, …

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Nepal’s Tourism Everlasting: Minister Banskota

Nepal's Tourism Everlasting

Nepal’s Tourism Everlasting: Minister Banskota– Nepalayatimes Nepal’s Tourism Everlasting Kavrepalanchowk – Minister for Communication and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Banskota has said that the Visit Nepal Year 2020 will be a special celebration and the years to follow will continue as Tourism Year. Addressing the concluding session of a half marathon organized on the eve of VNY 2020 in Namobuddha …

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Diprash Shakya Managed Nepali Team For ‘100 Youth Our Future’

Diprash Shakya Managed Nepali Team For ‘100 Youth Our Future’

Diprash Shakya Managed Nepali Team For ‘100 Youth Our Future’ – Nepalayatimes Diprash Shakya Managed Nepali Team For ‘100 Youth Our Future’ Kathmandu – The team for the program “100 youth our future” organized by Nepal Automobile Sports Association (NASA) in Singapore had handled by the Dipesh Shakya. The Exo-member Diprash Shakya has managed 7 participants along with 10 NASA …

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4190 Quake-damaged Schools Reconstructed

4190 Quake-damaged Schools Reconstructed

Nepalayatimes/4190 Quake-damaged Schools ReconstructedKathmandu – As many as 4,190 schools that were damaged by the Gorkha Earthquake of April 2015 have been rebuilt so far. Of the schools reconstructed, 3,368 were rebuilt through the school management committees (SMCs), 64 through the contractors and 758 through the non-governmental organizations. According to the National Reconstruction Authority Project Implementation Unit (NRAPIU)’s senior engineer …

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Public-Private partnership for Prosperity

Nepalayatimes/Public-Private partnership for ProsperityKathmandu – In another development, the meeting of House of Representatives today also passed the proposal seeking consideration on ‘Public-Private Partnership and Investment Bill-2075’, with the majority. File: photo Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada on behalf of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had presented the proposal. Before this, lawmaker Dev Prasad Gurung said that there should be a …

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Dishonest Bureaucracy and virtuesless Leadership Never Develop Nation: Dhungel

Nepalayatime kathmandu – In a program ‘Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal, Challenges and upcoming way’ organized by Youth Advocacy Nepal in coordination with United Nation Development Program, Madhav Dhungel, vice president of National Youth council said that due to dishonest Bureaucracy and virtues less Leadership can’t Develop Nation on Thursday. Dhungel stated that National parties should responsible and transparent to …

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Bal Mandir Building in Frail Condition

Nepalayatimes Dadeldhura- Bal Mandir building in frail condition, which was builded around three decades ago has been in completely decrepit condition in lack of maintenance. The internal part of the five-room building of the Bal Mandir has witnessed cracks and the roof also seems broken. The building has been used to educate children with disabilities in a residential way. Deteriorating …

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Good news for NRNs, Kids of Citizens by Birth: Govt to Amend Citizenship Act

Kathmandu, -The government today registered a bill in the Parliament seeking to amend the Citizenship Act. The bill proposes to grant citizenship certificates to children of citizens by birth and non-resident Nepalis residing in countries other than SAARC countries.   The existing Citizenship Act also stipulates that a child born to a Nepali mother whose father is unknown will be …

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Kathmandu Metropolis to construct eight new over-head bridges

  Kathmandu – Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is all set to construct eight new over-head bridges at assorted locations in Kathmandu. The construction of modern and new types of overhead bridges is expected to ease traffic congestion and reduce the number of road accidents. According to KMC’s Physical Infrastructures Division Chief Ram Bahadur Thapa, the metropolis is coordinating with the …

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