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Today’s national news in a nutshell


17 October 2023  

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

19 more Nepalis rescued from Israel

The government facilitated the rescue of 19 Nepalis from Israel, with the aid of an Indian plane. According to Foreign Minister NP Saud, the Nepali citizens were brought back from Israel’s Tel Aviv via an Indian rescue flight. Minister Saud also assured that the Nepali embassy in New Delhi would coordinate transportation for the returning individuals, ensuring their safe passage back to Nepal.

I made great strides to ensure non-resident citizenship: PM Dahal

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ emphasized the challenges he faced in facilitating non-resident citizenship with economic, social, and cultural rights. Speaking at a program on Tuesday, Prime Minister Dahal underscored the rigorous efforts required to establish legal provisions, despite the constitutional framework in place.

World Conference of Non-Resident Nepalis begins today

The World Conference of Non-Resident Nepalis (NRN) commenced today (Tuesday). According to the NRNA spokesperson, Som Sapkota, the conference will revolve around the central theme of “For Nepali By Nepali” and will emphasize knowledge as the foundation for transformation and prosperity.

Influence of western winds continues to prevail over Nepal

Even though the monsoon has departed from the country, the lingering influence of western winds continues to prevail over Nepal. The Weather Forecasting Division has issued a notification regarding potential changes and rainfall across various regions of the nation.

Food Management and Trading Company starts selling goats from today

The Food Management and Trading Company Limited has started selling he-goats and mountain goats today (Tuesday) for this year’s festivals. The Company has announced that the price for live he-goats is fixed at Rs 680 per kg, and the price for mountain goats is Rs 1,260 per kg. Consumers will receive a discount of Rs 10 per kilogram.

Publish Date : 17 October 2023 22:41 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