The Meteorological Forecasting Division has forecasted rain and snowfall due to the impacts of the westerly low-pressure system. According to the Division, there is a possibility of light rainfall in the western parts as well as light to moderate snowfall in high-hilly areas of the western belt of the country. us.
The domestic weather which had been influenced by the pressure of Westerly winds for the past few days will improve totally from today. According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, the impact of the Westerly winds system has become weaker which will pave the way for the weather to improve significantly.
Hetauda has been declared the permanent capital of state 3. Earlier, it was the provisional capital for the state. A meeting of the State Assembly held this morning endorsed the proposal tabled by Chief Minister Dormani Poudyal, proposing Hetauda to be designated as the permanent capital, by over a two-thirds majority. In the voting, 105 votes, out of 108, were cast in the support of the proposal.
Heavy snowfall has cut off power supply and communication channel from the rural parts with the district headquarters. Snow fall since Thursday has obstructed internet and other modes of communication while power supply comes to a halt. Efforts are being made to resume the power supply, said Nepal Electricity Authority, Dadeldhura.
Five hundred and fifty-two pillars have been maintained from Gurdengauri of Banke to Karnali River in Bardiya district marking the Nepal-India border. Among them are the main, subsidiary and small ones. However, the situation is that these border markers are not at their proper location. It is said 94 such border pillars are missing in Bardiya.
A cold store has been constructed at Ichhakamana rural municipality-4, Kurintar of Chitwan. Small Farmers Cooperative Organization Limited took the initiative for the setup of the cold store. Nar Bahadur Nepal, the chairperson of the cooperative organization, shared the cold store was constructed with the investment of Rs 3.5 million from the federal government's Terai-Madhesh Prosperity Programme and 10 percent funding from the cooperative on its own.
The government has decided to conduct a market monitoring even during the public holidays. According to Spokesperson at the Home Ministry, Ramkrishna Subedi, the regular market monitoring will go on during holidays as well. He urged the public to seek help from police if they face any problem in regard to the market, or feel they are deceived or subjugated to market irregularities.
Far West state chief minister Trilochan Bhatta has stressed that all should come together to realize the vision envisaged by the constitution. In his address to a ceremony held marking the Constitution Day today, the chief minister who is also the coordinator of Far West State Constitution Day Main Celebration Committee, the chief minister was of the view that relevance of the Constitution Day celebrations would be proved only if the people's rights imagined by the constitution were realized.
The monsoon has continued in the country as the eastern low pressure belt, ranging from north Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi to West Bengal of India and having the origin in the Bay of Bangladesh, is at the average point, according to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology.
A resurvey of 7,835 households has been conducted in Tanahu for the post-earthquake house building grants project. According to the District Project Implementation Unit (grants management and local infrastructure) Tanahu, so far, 7,835 households of 10 local levels were resurveyed. The re-survey kicked off on May 2 following the public complaints that quake victims were deprived of benefits.
According to the information given by the District Administration Office, Siraha, five year-old Priyanka Saha, daughter of Santosh Saha of Mirchaiya municipality-4 and 11-year-old Ragini Kumari Mahato, daughter of local Badri Mahato, drowned in a pothole filled with rainwater. The incident happened on July 14.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said it is imperative to capitalize the population as an opportunity for economic development and societal transformation in the country. The important aspects of population have paramount impacts on economic growth and development plans and programmes, PM Oli said in a message delivered on the occasion of World Population Day, today. economic transformation of the country.
National Identity-card having biometric details has been presented to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli today. At a programme organised at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar, Director General of the Department of National Identity Card and Civil Registration, Deepak Kafle presented the biometric ID card to PM Oli.
Monsoon has become active throughout the country from today, the Meteorological Forecasting Division stated. It had entered the country ten days late this year than last year.
Flood triggered by rain at several places of Makalu rural municipality of Sankhuwasabha district on Monday evening has caused damage to the structures of the under-construction Arun Third Hydroelectricity Project. The flood has damaged the reservoir of the project and also washed away various machines, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Mim Bahadur Lama, said.