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Govt scraps all inter-district transportation passes

Kathmandu, May 12 The government has decided to invalidate all the passes the district administration offices have issued letting people move from one district to another amidst the lockdown. The Ministry of Home Affairs made the decision to tighten the movement restrictions as the number of coronavirus infection cases soared in the country, according to […]

Kathmandu airport prepares to maintain safe distancing once it reopens

Kathmandu, May 12 The Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu has started preparations to resume operation in June after halting the operation of regular flights for two and a half months to control the coronavirus outbreak. The government has suspended all domestic and international flights until May 31. The airport management wants to resume the operation […]

Industrialists in Sunsari-Morang corridor express dilemma over resuming production

Biratnagar, May 9 After one and a half months of the lockdown, some factories in the Sunsari-Morang industrial corridor have come into operation following the government’s directive to partially open the businesses. About 100 businesses out of 650 have come into operation. However, the businesspersons have expressed their dilemma regarding the operation amid the lack […]

Embassy urges Chinese in Kathmandu to have patience

  Kathmandu, May 9 The Kathmandu-based Chinese Embassy has claimed that the issue regarding an abusive behaviour against Nepali police personnel by Chinese nationals in Singhadurbar of Kathmandu yesterday, has been resolved. Issuing a press note, the embassy has directed its citizen residing in Nepal currently to have patience and to stay inside as per […]

Govt gears up for resuming offices from Sunday

Kathmandu, May 9 Gradually leading the life back to normalcy amid the lockdown imposed to control the coronavirus outbreak, the government of Nepal has decided to resume all government offices as normal from Sunday. It has directed the government officials to return to their duties from Sunday as well. The decision was made by the […]

Corruption unabated during lockdown: CIAA

Kathmandu, May 8 The constitutional anti-corruption watchdog, Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority, has said corruption seems to have continued unabated in the country during the lockdown imposed to control the coronavirus outbreak also. The commission’s spokesperson Pradeep Kumar Koirala says the number of complaints received during this period is slightly higher than […]