•      Wed Dec 6 2023
DPM Shrestha undergoes angioplasty surgery, health condition normal

Kathmandu, Dec 6: An angioplasty surgery has been conducted on Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Narayankaji Shrestha at Bansbari-based Shahid Gangalal National Heart Centre. According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, a team of doctors including Dr Arun Maskey conducted the surgery on DPM Shrestha on last

FCHV Day: 207 female health volunteers feted in Chitwan

Female health volunteers working within the Bharatpur Metropolitan City were honoured amidst a programme on Tuesday.

DPM Shrestha admitted in Gangalal Hospital, health condition stable

The health condition of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Narayankaji Shrestha has remained stable, informed doctors attending

Gautam Buddha International Airport
Locals demand regular int’l flights at Gautam Buddha Airport

Operation of regular international flights from Bhairahawa-based Gautam Buddha International Airport has been demanded.

House of Representatives size should be of 168 members only:…

Nepali Congress leader and Member of House of Representatives Deepak Giri has said present mixed electoral system has not ensured

Petroleum exploration will prosper Nepal: UML chairman Oli

The CPN (UML) Chairman KP Sharma Oli said the exploration of petroleum products in Dailekh district would help achieve the

Snowfall disrupts Mid-Hill Highway in Baglung

The snowfall taking place from Monday morning has disrupted the vehicular movement along the Baglung-Rukum Purba section of the Mid-Hill

PM directs authorities to ascertain legitimacy of Ncell’s share deal

Expressing serious concerns over the news circulating around about the sale and purchase of Ncell's share, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal

Gold price hits new record

Kathmandu, Dec 4: Price of yellow metal has recorded an all-time high and is being traded at Rs 121,600 per

DPM Khadka off to Ghana for UN peacekeeping ministerial meeting

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defense Purna Bahadur Khadka left for Ghana last night to attend the United Nations