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Today’s national news in a nutshell


24 March 2024  

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

UML nominates Suhang Nembang for Ilam-2 and Daman Bahadur Bhandari for Bajhang-1 by-elections

The ruling CPN-UML has announced Suhang Nembang, the son of the late Subas Nembang, as its candidate for the upcoming by-election in Ilam-2 constituency, and Daman Bahadur Bhandari for the provincial assembly by-election in Bajhang-1 (Ka). The decision to nominate Nembang and Bhandari was taken during a Secretariat meeting chaired by UML Chairman KP Oli. Suhang Nembang has been chosen to contest from Ilam-2, succeeding his father Subas Nembang, who passed away, leaving the seat vacant.

Three children missing After Playing in Sun Koshi River During Holi Celebration

Three children have been reported missing after they were swept away by the Sun Koshi River while taking bath in the river after Holi celebration on Sunday. According to District Police Office, Udayapur’s SP Ramesh Thapa, the missing children have been identified as 8-year-old Choklachandra Magar, 7-year-old Ridam Magar, and 11-year-old Rekha Magar of Triyuga Municipality-14.

Govt taking strong measures to address cooperative victims’ grievances: Home Minister Lamichhane

Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Rabi Lamichhane has stated that the government is actively working to address the issues observed nationwide regarding cooperatives. Speaking to journalists at Bharatpur Airport, Chitwan on Sunday, he mentioned the government’s efforts to address the problems through dialogue with the cooperatives victims. He emphasized resolving the issues faced by cooperatives across the country.

Over half a million students set to sit for SEE examinations

A staggering 504,000 students are poised to take part in the upcoming Secondary Education Examinations (SEE) this year. As per the latest updates from the National Examination Board, all necessary arrangements for the examination have been meticulously finalized, ensuring a smooth conduct of the assessments.

Festive spirit fuels Nepal’s journey towards development and prosperity: PM Dahal

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has expressed the belief that the festival of Fagu Purnima (Holi) would inspire all Nepalis to achieve the goals of good governance, social justice, development and prosperity with new enthusiasm, enthusiasm and enthusiasm. In a message of best wishes to all Nepalis on the occasion of Holi festival today, Prime Minister Dahal said the festival would represent the sentiments and inter-identity of all classes, castes, languages, geography and cultures.

World Tuberculosis Day: Things to know about TB

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that most often affects the lungs and is caused by a type of bacteria. It spreads through the air when infected people cough, sneeze or spit. Tuberculosis is preventable and curable. About a quarter of the global population is estimated to have been infected with TB bacteria. About 5–10% of people infected with TB will eventually get symptoms and develop TB disease.

CAN announces Nepal ‘A’ squad for series against Ireland Wolves

The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has officially revealed the Nepal ‘A’ squad set to compete in a series of three T20 and three ODI matches against Ireland Wolves. Leading the charge, Binod Bhandari will captain both the T20 and ODI squads, each comprising 15 talented players.

Holi 2024: Enhanced traffic checks to ensure safe celebrations in the capital

As the hills of Nepal come alive with the vibrant hues of Holi festivities, Kathmandu Valley joins in the jubilant celebrations. To ensure a harmonious and secure atmosphere during the festival, authorities have intensified traffic checks across the capital’s thoroughfares.

Holi 2024: What is the festival of colors and why is it celebrated?

Fagu Poornima or Holi, the festival of colors, is being observed with much fanfare in hilly areas, including the capital city, today and tomorrow in the Terai region. The festival, also called the Spring festival, marks the arrival of spring and the harvest season. The first day of the festival is called Chhoti Holi or Holika Dahan and the second-day Dhuleti or Holi.

Publish Date : 24 March 2024 22:38 PM

Robbery at Chitwan Jewelry Shop: 3 kgs of gold and 35 kgs of silver stolen

KATHMANDU: An unidentified group looted 3 kgs of gold and

Gold price up by Rs 1,600 per tola today

KATHMANDU: The price of gold increased by Rs 1,600 per

Israel announces ‘tactical pause’ to increase flow of Gaza aid

JERUSALEM: The Israeli military on Sunday announced a “tactical pause”

Australia scrapes home in instant classic against brave-hearted Scotland

KATHMANDU: Australia has helped nemesis England progress into the second

Manakamana cable car service to remain closed for 50 days

KATHMANDU: The Manakamana Cable Car service will be closed for