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Climate change lab, butterfly app launched

Jul 25, 2018 Checking pollution, especially of the waterbodies, should be given prominence, said Forest Minister R Shankar.

City’s govt school adopts smart learning classes

Jul 25, 2018 The company has converted the school into a virtual one through Youth for Seva, an NGO. The initiative will benefit about 90 students of class 4 and 5

Indian Railways takes big step towards clean energy! Solar panels to be fitted on passenger trains; here’s why

Jul 25, 2018 For the first time, coaches on the Indian Railways would be powered by solar energy.

Discussion on amendment of labour agreement with UAE

Jul 25, 2018 Minister for Labour, Employment and Social Security Gokarna Bista and Ambassador of UAE to Nepal Saeed Hamdan Alnaqbi, on Tuesday, discussed matters relating to amendment of labour agreement with the UAE.

Taninthayi flood victims in urgent need of rice

Jul 25, 2018 Vehicles passing through on Union Highway in Taninthayi Region as water recedes. MYEIK-A person was found dead in the flood despite receding water from Taninthayi River below danger levels and flood victims are in urgent need of rice, says MP Ye Myint Swe.

Over 400 drinking water projects in limbo

Jul 24, 2018 More than 400 drinking water projects in Jajarkot district are said to be in the lurch. These projects were constructed over the period of last 10 years.

Manthali locals paying dearly for water

Jul 24, 2018 Need to pump water from river has led to increase in tariff for locals

Experts for developing infrastructure to achieve SDGs

Jul 24, 2018 Experts at a meeting today urged the authorities concerned to take more initiatives for developing the country’s infrastructure, including seaports and railways, to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

Girls much ahead of boys in public exam results

Jul 24, 2018 Girls have been outperforming boys in terms of pass rate in Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalents examinations for the last five years and this year too they have taken the big lead over boys.

Bangladesh to send medicine worth Tk 20 crore to Bhutan

Jul 24, 2018 Bangladesh will send medicines for the people of Bhutan worth Tk 20 crore as per a commitment made by prime minister Sheikh Hasina.

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