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08 March 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Khabarhub brings to you a glimpse of major developments of the day in Nepal, including politics, business/economy, sports, entertainment, and more.

EC completes preparations for President election

All preparations have been completed in connection with the election of the President taking place on Thursday. Election Officer Mahesh Sharma Paudel said that all preparations- technical, human resources, and other managerial-related – have been completed in view of the voting for the election of the President to be held at Lhotse Hall of the Parliament Building in New Baneshwar.

RPP to remain neutral in presidential election

The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) has decided to remain neutral in the presidential election taking place on Thursday. A meeting of the Central Work Execution Committee of the party held on Wednesday decided to remain neutral in the election.

Nepal Constitution a model for rest of the world: CM Giri

Chief Minister of Lumbini Province Leela Giri claimed Nepal’s Constitution was the model for the world from inclusion, proportional and gender perspectives. He said the Constitution has specified provisions to ensure proportional representation of women in all structures from top to bottom level position of the state.

NC President Deuba stresses on women’s awareness against discrimination

Nepali Congress (NC) President and former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba stressed on women’s elevated level of awareness against discrimination and violence meted out to women.

Women’s economic empowerment must to accelerate development efforts: PM

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has called for the need to intensify efforts to develop women’s entrepreneurship and self-employment. In a message on the occasion of the 113th International Women’s Day today, Prime Minister Dahal said that a culture should be developed of treating women with respect, and expressed the confidence that would provide more inspiration to establish equal rights and proportional representation in all organs of the state as well as their meaningful leadership.

Achievements made on women empowerment, gender equality are unique: President

President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said that Nepal’s achievements on women empowerment and gender equality are unique for the global women’s movement. However, a long journey is yet to be made for women’s leadership development, equitable access and distribution of opportunities as well as for economic progress.

International Women’s Day marked with tourism promotion drive

Tourism Entrepreneur Women Association Nepal (TEWAN) has initiated tourism promotion program along the Korala checkpoint in Myagdi and Mustang from today onward.

NEA urges users not to install street lights on their own

The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has urged the electricity users not to install street lights on their own without its consent. Issuing a public notice, NRA has urged the users to immediately install meter for measuring power supply to the street lights.

Polling centers set up for presidential election

Polling centers have been set up for the March 9 presidential election to be held at Parliament Building premises in Kathmandu. Assistant Election Officer Amrita Sharma shared that two polling centers have been put in place in the Lhotse Hall of the building.

Publish Date : 08 March 2023 22:45 PM

Gold price drops by Rs 2,400 per tola

KATHMANDU: The price of gold in the domestic market fell

UML and Nepali Congress agree on ambassadorial appointments

KATHMANDU: Following the formation of a new government under Prime

Nepal’s Captain Rohit Paudel and all-rounder Airee to depart for Global T20 League in Canada

KATHMANDU: Captain Rohit Paudel and all-rounder Dipendra Singh Airee of

38 industries face legal action for selling substandard food items

DUMRE: The Food Technology and Quality Control Division Office has