Capital

Second phase polls: Silence period to set in from Sunday midnight

The Election Commission (EC) has informed that a silence period for the second phase of local level polls in 35 districts will come into effect from Sunday midnight.

Post Report, Jun 25 2017

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KMC scraps move to buy cell phones after criticism

Following widespread criticism, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has rolled back its earlier decision of buying cell phones for the elected ward representatives.

Post Report, Jun 25 2017

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17 metric tons of solid waste extracted from Bagmati

Around 35 metric tons of solid waste was collected and managed several various rivers and the Ring Road areas of Kathmandu Valley on Saturday.

Post Report, Jun 25 2017

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Dahal urges NEA Chief Ghising to end power outage in Far-Western region

CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has urged Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) Managing Director Kulman Ghising to immediately end load-shedding in Far-Western region.

Post Report, Jun 24 2017

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Lalitpur metropolis to study feasibility of Kupondole-Pulchowk flyover

Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC) is going to conduct a feasibility study on the possibility of building a 1.75 km flyover between Kupondole and Pulchowk in a bid to mitigate traffic congestion in the area that stems from Thapathali, one of the major intersections of Kathmandu and the gateway to Lalitpur district.

Post Report, Jun 24 2017

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4-point deal with temp teachers

A week into the temporary teachers’ indefinite hunger strike, the Ministry of Education on Friday sealed a four-point deal with the agitating teachers, offering them a golden handshake even if they fail the permanency test by the Teacher Service Commission.

Post Report, Jun 24 2017

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Delay in solar lamp installation causes inconvenience to public

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has started the second phase of installing 1,285 solar street lamps from last week. But the works are not progressing smoothly, as evidenced by the lamp posts laid along the footpaths beside freshly dug pits in different parts of the city these days.

Post Report, Jun 24 2017

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Temporary teachers' protest ends with 4-pt deal

The agitating temporary schoolteachers ended the hunger strike on Friday following a four-point deal with the Ministry of Education.

Post Report, Jun 23 2017

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Full scale emergency drill conducted at TIA [photo feature]

A full scale emergency drill was conducted at the Tribhuvan International Airport in the Capital on Friday.

Post Report, Jun 23 2017

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KMC’s move draws public ire

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s decision to provide a mobile phone to each of the elected ward representatives, including mayor and deputy mayor, has raised a huge public outcry.

Post Report, Jun 23 2017

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1 killed, 4 injured in Jorpati micro bus hit

A person died and four others were injured when a micro bus hit them at Jorpati, Kathmandu on Thursday.

Post Report, Jun 22 2017

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KMC decision likely to make new taxis find new cities to ply

The 1,500 taxis that the earthquake victims will be getting as per a government decision might have to find a new city to ply, as the Kathmandu Metropolitan City has decided not to let them operate on Kathmandu roads.

Post Report, Jun 22 2017

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Nepal Bhasa as official language in metropolis

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is planning to set up a separate desk for providing services in Nepal Bhasa, or Newari language, in addition to Nepali language.

Anup Ojha, Jun 22 2017

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