Space4K Television's commitment is to excel beyond entertainment. We take pride in delivering a quality show that not only entertains but also educates and awakes our audience. Our vision is to be a trusted source of information and entertainment, contributing to the intellectual and cultural enrichment of Nepal.
As a part of the Galaxy Media Group Pvt. Ltd., we benefit from a rich legacy of media expertise and a strong network of resources. This enables us to stay at the forefront of technological advancements and continuously enhance the viewing experience for our audience.
Our core values of transparency and integrity guide our operations. We believe that by highlighting issues related to corruption and advocating for transparency, we can play a vital role in promoting good governance and a fair society in Nepal. We actively collaborate with various stakeholders, including government bodies and civil society, to drive positive change and foster development in our nation.
In short, we are a dedicated and responsible media organization committed to providing valuable content, championing important causes, and contributing to the growth and progress of Nepal.
For more updates, you can find us on "Facebook", "Twitter," "Instagram," "TikTok" and 'Link Tree'. Whether your interests lie in politics, sports, entertainment, health, or lifestyle, #space4ktv is the perfect media platform for you.
The Government of Nepal banned the sale and distribution of plastic flower bouquets by publishing a notice in the gazette on 12th July 2019.
According to the same notice, it has also banned imported 100-leaf garlands from October 1st.
Based on the same information, the Pokhara metropolis also issued a notification on November 16, banning plastic flower garlands and imported hundred-petal flower bouquets.
However, even though the government has banned imported plastic garlands, they are still found in the market.
Last year too, the metropolis issued a decision notice to completely ban plastic flower garlands.
Pokhara metropolis came out for monitoring on Monday, targeting Tihar and other festivals after the traders refused to issue notices several times.
During the monitoring, banned flower garlands were found all over the market.
Under the leadership of deputy head Manjudevi Gurung, who is also the coordinator of the Consumer Protection Committee of the metropolis, 12 shops in Pokhara were monitored on Monday.
In which 7 shops have come under the scope of action.
Deputy Chief Gurung informed that 7 shops were fined Rs 40,000 during the monitoring.
According to him, garlands worth 1 lakh 9 thousand rupees have also been confiscated from 7 shops.
During the investigation, 10,000 fine and 90,000 worth of plastic flower garlands were confiscated from Jaima Pooja Material Store in Pokhara Ward 9, 5,000 fine and 7,000 worth of flower garlands were confiscated from Mata
Manakamana Pooja Material Store in Pokhara Metropolis 3.
Kiran Trade Link of Pokhara Mahanagara 3 was fined 5,000 and garlands worth 8,500 were confiscated, Sudha Sahu's pooja material store in Mahendrapul was fined 5,000 and garlands worth 3,000 were confiscated.