Press Meet : Cricket stadium in Chitwan

Press Meet : Cricket stadium in Chitwan
The Dhurmus-Suntali Foundation has suspended its work to assemble a multi-purpose worldwide cricket stadium in Bharatpur Metropolitan City in Chitwan. In a press assertion on Wednesday, the foundation led by using actors Sitaram Kattel (Dhurmus) and Kunjana Ghimire (Suntali) stated it used to be compelled to droop the construction works following series of threats from some neighborhood groups....

After locals’ obstruction, Dhurmus and Suntali halt stadium construction

After locals’ obstruction, Dhurmus and Suntali halt stadium construction
Popular comic duo Sitaram Kattel ‘Dhurmus’ and Kunjana Ghimire ‘Suntali’ have halted the building of Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium in Bharapur of Chitwan after locals’ obstruction. A group of locals on Wednesday morning had removed the wire fence of the undertaking website online stressful that the construction be halted till the venture allocate some land to construct and amplify...

Palpa Museum opens formally

Palpa Museum opens formally
Historic Palpa Museum has been formally inaugurated after four years of its operation. The inauguration ceremony took place Wednesday was attended by State 5 state assembly member Tularam Gharti, District Coordination Committee Palpa’s chief Daya Raj Basyal, State 5 social development ministry’s secretary Krishna Prasad Gyawali, and Federation of Nepali Journalists, Palpa chair Rajesh Kumar Aryal,...

Mother kills two-year-old son in Bhojpur

Mother kills two-year-old son in Bhojpur
BHOJPUR: A woman reportedly killed her minor son in Panityanki, Bhojpur Municipality-9 of Bhojpur district, few days . Police informed that Samjhana Thapa (25), wife of Surya Thapa, resident of Basikhora in Ramprasad Rai Rural Municipality killed her Two-year-old son with a khukuri, on Tuesday morning. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Keshav Kumar Thebe, Chief at Bhojpur District Police...

Sida Kura Janata Sanga With Ravi Lamichhane in Australia

Sida Kura Janata Sanga With Ravi Lamichhane in Australia
Australian media have pronounced concerns about the reducing popular of Australian universities as they shifted their focal point to Nepali and Indian students. As the number of Chinese college students is flattening, the universities are filling the revenue gaps by means of attracting more Nepali and Indian students, who commonly have lower standard, together with that of English language, tha...