Eight-year-old girl raped in Mahottari
(yesterday) Mahottari, June 30: An eight-year-old girl was raped at Hariharpur Harinmari VDC in Mahottari district on Monday evening. The District Police Office, Mahottari, said that Matar Safi, 70, of Hariharpu
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Parties agree to table final draft today
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The Unified CPN-Maoist’s refusal to endorse the draft constitution made it impossible for Constitution Drafting Committee Chairman Krishna Prasad Sitaula to table the draft of the constitut
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(yesterday) KATHMANDU, JUN 30 - The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) on Monday failed to table the preliminary draft of the constitution in the Constituent Assembly as the UCPN (Maoist) objected to some of its provisions. Though the committee had endorsed the preliminary draft on Sunday, the opposition party refused to sign the draft claiming that CDC ... Read Full News
Light tremor felt in Kathmandu Valley, epicentre in neighbouring Sindhupalchok
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: A tremor was felt in Kathmandu Valley on Monday evening. The National Seismological Centre said it recorded a light aftershock of local magnitude 4.1 at 11:27 pm with its epicentre in neig
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Don't lose faith in judiciary: CJ designate Shrestha
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, June 30: Chief Justice designate Kalyan Shrestha on Monday urged parliamentarians not to seek alternatives to independent judiciary just because of their disagreement with a particular cour
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Nepal gets 809 AIIB shares worth $80.9m
(yesterday) HONG KONG, June 30: Nepal has signed the articles of association of the newly formed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). AIIB is expected to be a new financer of Nepal's reconstruction in the
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Locals disappointed with Chure conservation program
(yesterday) ILAM, June 30: President Chure Conservation Program (PCCP), initiated by the government three years ago to protect the Chure region, has failed to serve its purpose in Ilam district of eastern Nepal.
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National Paddy Day today
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The National Paddy Day will be observed across the country on Tuesday, by planting rice seedlings. The Day, observed on the 15th of the Nepali month of Asar, marks the official beginning of
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At least 56 settlements to be relocated
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The government has identified more than 56 settlements in five hilly districts that need to be immediately relocated, as the devastating earthquake and subsequent aftershocks have turned th
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Maoist-led bloc for talks to decide demarcation now
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, JUN 30 - The UCPN (Maoist)-led opposition alliance on Monday decided to start talks with the parties about finalising the demarcation of federal units before constitution promulgation. The
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Interview: NPC will work in coordination with reconstruction authority
(yesterday) Donors pledged more than US$ 4.4 billion for reconstruction in the International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction (ICNR) held in Kathmandu last week. The Post Disaster Need Assessment (PDNA) repor
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Govt to hike compensation for victims of human wildlife conflicts
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, June 30: Government is in the final phase of amending the existing directive on compensation for loss of human lives in case of human-animal conflicts. The move to make changes to the direc
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Thief who struck at Samakhusi-based Cooperative after April 25 earthquake held
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU: Metropolitan Police Crime Division said it recently arrested one of three persons involved in the theft at the Samakhusi-based JanaMilan Cooperative on April 26, a day after the devastating
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‘Donors have placed a lot of faith in us and we should not lose the goodwill we have earned’
(yesterday) At the International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction held in Kathmandu last week, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj openly praised the National Planning Commission for coming up with
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Landless before, landless after
(Jun 26) Much of the assistance is going to earthquake survivors in the mountains, and Kathmandu’s already-poor urban homeless have fallen between the cracks Unlike hundreds of thousands made homeless by the e
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New dinosaur species discovered
Simrik Air chopper crashes in Gorkha
Welcome to college
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU: Perhaps you have managed to score a distinction in the SLC. Perhaps you obtained higher first division or second division. You could have graduated with any percentage of marks. Actually, i
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Subcontracting kindness
(Jun 26) When the second earthquake struck on 12 May, I was in an antique store in Thamel. The shopkeeper was showing me a Nepali toy from the 1950s. Ten tiny people carved of wood and standing in a line. They
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Carving out a niche
(Jun 26) The 600-year old Kasthamandap, the iconic nine-storey Basantapur Palace, the Hari Shankar temple in Patan, and the Machhindranath temple in Bungamati were some of the Valley’s historic shrines that we
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‘Outcome beyond expectations’
(Jun 26) JUN 26 - As the donor conference ended in the Capital on Thursday on a high note, an elated Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat spoke to Mukul Humagain. Development partners responded generously to the
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