पब्जी खेलमा प्रतिबन्ध लगाउनु कति ठिक ? युवाहरुले दिए यस्तो प्रतिक्रिया (भिडियो)
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दाङ, ६ वैशाख : युवा तथा खेलकुद मन्त्री जगतबहादुर विश्वकर्माले खेलकूदको विकासका लागि भौतिक पूर्वाधारमा
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घोराही, ६ वैशाख : आठौँ राष्ट्रिय खेलकूद प्रतियोगिताअन्तर्गत दाङको बेलझुण्डी रङ्गशालामा महिला फुटबल चलिरहेको छ
कालीगण्डकीको अस्तित्वलाई बचाउन राम्दी मालुङ्गादेखि पुट्टारघाट सम्म जलयात्रा
बेझाड, ६ वैशाख : कालीगण्डकीको अस्तित्व बचाउन र पर्यटन विकासका लागि पाल्पाको राम्दी मालुङ्गाघाटदेखि पुट्टारघाटसम्म
Third edition of Himalayan Travel Mart to be organised in Kathmandu on June 6-9
Kathmandu, April 20 : The third edition of Himalayan Travel Mart is to be held from June 6 to 9 in Kathmandu. The Mart is taken as the biggest tourism event of the country. The event is being organised with the objective of projecting Nepal as the hub of adventure tourism, as the gateway to the Himalayas and as a tourist-friendly destination, Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Nepal chapter, the event organizer, stated.
Himalayan Travel Mart which is being organised every year since 2017 has evolved as a strong brand in the international level.PATA Nepal chapter has been histing the event in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation; Nepal Tourism Board; Nepal Airlines Corporation and several tourism-related organisations.Two hundred and twenty-five representatives from 53 countries participated in the Mart in 2017 and more than 170 representatives from 36 countries attended it in 2018.(RSS)April 20, 2019
President Bhandari offers prayers to Goddess Durga
Bhaktapur, April 20 : President Bidya Devi Bhandari has offered prayers to Goddess Durga at Nawadurga Temple in Bhaktapur today. She also took the opportunity to observe traditional Nawadurga dance and handicraft exhibition there. Bhaktapur Chapter of Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and industry (FNCCI) organized the exhibition on the premises of District Administration Office (DAO).
On the occasion, the President also visited Taleju Temple. She handed over the revolving fund of two million rupees raised by FNCCI Bhaktapur chapter and District Coordination Committee (DCC) to the Goddess Durga Temple to perform traditional Durga dance in a sustainable manner. Lawmaker Mahesh Basnet and FNCCI chair Ram Prasad Prajapati had briefed President Bhandari about the activities there.(RSS)April 20, 2019
Civil servants should play constructive role to make ‘Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepali, a success: Minister Gyawali
Kathmandu , April 20 : Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has urged all civil servants to join the campaign to fully implement federalism and make ‘Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepali’ a success. He assured that concerns and problems of government employees would be addressed following an approval of the Civil Servants Adjustment Bill that is subjudice in Parliament. The minister was speaking at a programme on finding ways to address problems stemming from the Civil Servants Adjustment Act and adjustment of civil servants organised on the 29th establishment day of Nepal Civil Service Employee’s Association (NCSEA).
“Alongside a change in the governance system of the country, the responsibilities, roles and functioning of parties and organisations have also changed. Civil administration should understand this. The government is serious about their demands and problems, which will be resolved soon. But immoral behaviours are unacceptable.” Stating that not only administrative leadership, some political leaderships are caught in the mindset of centralisation, he said some against federalism were plotting a plan to fail it and increase distance between the center and province.
Likewise, Kedar Prasad Devkota, the NCSEA’s chairperson, accused the government of trying to make a mess in the civil service sector in the name of their adjustment. Instead, civil servants should be operated under a self-mechanism, he added. Also NCSEA’s vice chairperson Lekhnath Koirala stressed the need for the government to encourage civil servants by addressing their demands.(RSS)April 20, 2019
Nation achieving prosperity: CM Rai
Bhojpur , Apirl 20 :Chief Minister of State-1 Sherdhan Rai has said that the nation was achieving a path of prosperity along with the implementation of the three-tier of the governments. While laying a foundation stone for the construction of road section to Taxar Airport from the district Headquarters here today, CM Rai argued that the governments were busy in preparing the policy and foundation for the development in the recent past year therefore developmental agendas could not be speeded up as per the public aspirations.
He added that he was working out to develop the province as a model province in the country. Chief Minister Rai further committed to speed up the developmental projects in the province.(RSS)April 20, 2019
26 teenagers rescued from India
Janakpurdham, April 20 : Twenty six boys hailing from Mahottari, Dhanusha, Siraha and Sarlahi districts have been rescued from Sitamadhi of Bihar, India. They had left home for the employment. The boys ranging from 12 to 17 years were rescued from a children’s home of Sitamadhi, Bihar, with the joint efforts of various organizations including Central Child Welfare Board of Lalitpur, District Child Welfare Board of Dhanusha, the State 2 government, and the Chhorachhori Nepal.
The children were initially taken under control by the Indian security officials from various buses on March 27 and later sent to the children’s home. Programme Officer Sanjiv Mahato at the Central Child Welfare Board informed that among those, 12 were from Mahottari, nine from Dhanusha, three from Siraha and two from Sarlahi. The teenagers were heading to Chennai of India because they had heard they could get jobs there. All of the boys rescued are illiterate.
A rescued Prabin Paswan said those having citizenship certificate were allowed to go to Chennai, while the minors were taken under control.Chief District Officer in Dhanusha, Pradip Raj Kandel, handed over the children to their respective guardians and urged them to take proper care. The children might have been lured of jobs but could be being trafficked, he made aware.(RSS)April 20, 2019