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Educational materials to students with intellectual disabilities

Bhaktapur, Feb 14: Bhaktapur chapter of the Federation of Nepal Books and Stationery Business has distributed educational materials to students with intellectual disabilities on the

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Book on Rato Machhindranath published

Kathmandu, Feb 14: With the compilation of the historical facts on the beginning of country’s longest and popular festival Rato Machhindranath chariot, a new book Shree Karunamaya (Bungdyoya) Bankha has

Socialite provides Rs 1.4 million for school

Baglung, Feb 10: A person in Baglung district has provided Rs 1.4 million for a campus in memory of his parents. Shobhakhar Khanal of Burtibang in the district provided the

Students unions demand deduction in transport fare

Kathmandu, Feb 7: Various three Maoist students’ unions staged protests and demonstrations across the country including in the capital today, demanding that the government ensure smooth supply of petroleum products,

Student dies falling off school building

Gaushala, Feb 7: A student died after falling off the roof of her school building at Ram Gopalpur in the district Saturday evening. The deceased is one grader Samiksha Chaudhary

Educationist Negi to be honoured with Kalyan Sherchan Memorial Award

Pokhara, Feb 3: Educationist Balbir Singh Negi is to be honoured with this year’s Kalyan Sherchan Memorial Award. At programme organised by the Kalyan Sherchan Memorial Foundation here today, Foundation

Four school buildings reconstructed

Kathmandu, Feb 2: Survivor Nepal has handed four reconstructed school buildings to the schools. The school buildings were damaged by the April 25 earthquake in Sindhupalchok district last year. The

Revolving fund set up in Ilam campus

Ilam, Jan 29: Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal Leela Devi Shrestha and Professor of Mahendra Ratna Multiple Campus Rajendra Baral have established a revolving fund of Rs 201,302 in Mangalbare Multiple Campus

Educational institutions, market and transport resume today

Dhanusha, Jan 26: Educational institutions and market have opened, and vehicles have resumed operation from today. The educational institutions, market and transport were halted after the Rangeli incident. A discussion

‘Suchanako Hak Ko Pakshyama’ launched

Kathmandu, Jan 25: Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) Krishna Hari Baskota’s ‘Suchanako Hak Ko Pakshyama (In Favour of Right to Information)’ has been made public amid a programme in the capital