PP leaders to get Rs 20k monthly transportation allowance
(8 hours ago) KATHMANDU, JUL 30 - As an extra-burden to the state treasury, the government has decided to provide Rs 20 thousand monthly transportation allowances to the Parliamentary Party (PP) leaders of 30 diffe
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Rihana admitted to hospital again
(today) NEPALGUNJ, July 30: If Rihana has a wish she wants Allah to fulfill, it is to bring those who burnt her alive to justice. As Muslims across the world observed Eid al-Fitr that marks the end of the Is
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NA personnel off to South Sudan for peacekeeping
(today) KATHMANDU: The Nepal Army said that among 500 army personnel from Arjunaban Battalion selected for peacekeeping in South Sudan, 250 left Nepal on Sunday and remaining 250 on Monday night. The Cabinet
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Nepal to float high-capacity transmission line
(today) KATHMANDU, July 28 : Minister for Energy Radha Gyawali on Monday floated two new projects, along with the Power Trade Agreement (PTA), for discussion with India during the visit of Indian Prime Minist
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SC to fix judges' working time
(today) KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court is working to fix working hours of judges in a bid to address the concerns raised by lawyers and clients that judges do not attend courts on time. A concrete mechanism is
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Rinpoche’s last rites in Raniban tomorrow
(today) KATHMANDU, JUL 30 - The final rites on the body of Buddhist spiritual leader Kunsiug Shamar Rinpoche will be performed at Raniban on the outskirts of Kathmandu Valley. According to Ramesh Dhungel, a
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Preparations for SLC supplement examinations completes
(8 hours ago) KATHMANDU, July 30: All preparations for SLC Supplementary Examinations have been completed. Exam Controller at the Office of the Controller of the Examination, Sanothimi, Bishnu Bahadur Dware, said
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UN Assembly to show Jagadishpur Lake doc
(today) A documentary on the man-made Jagadishpur Lake is set to be shown during the inaugural day of the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly in the UN Headquarters, New York, on September 17.
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Parties’ nod for PTA with India; seek Arun III ‘gift’
(today) KATHMANDU, JUL 30 - A meeting of the three major political parties, agreeing to sign a separate power trade agreement with India during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, formed a three-member cross-party panel on Tuesday to finalise the contents of the PTA to be forwarded to the Indian side for approval. The new agreement will be na
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Madhesi leaders for signing PTA with India
(today) KATHMANDU: Madhesi leaders have underlined the need to sign power development agreement and power trade agreement during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Nepal. Modi is scheduled to vis
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Special Modi offerings at Pashupati
(today) KATHMANDU, JUL 30 - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform a “special puja” at the Pashupatinath temple on August 4 during his two-day official visit. As listed in his itinerary, Modi will v
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CAAN ready with roadmap to woo ICAO
(today) KATHMANDU: The aviation regulatory body has prepared its comprehensive roadmap to convince the International Civil Aviation Organisation that it is doing its bit to meet ICAO’s safety concerns about t
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6 The Kathmandu Post Career Edufair kicks off
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(Jul 24) KATHMANDU, JUL 24 - The government’s salary and pension outlay has swollen by Rs 28 billion after it gave its employees a 10 percent raise through the budget for the current fiscal year. According to
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A Monsoon Collective
(8 hours ago) The rain is a muse. It inspires nostalgia. It heals. It triggers expression. We asked four writers to share with us their monsoon anecdotes. Byanjana Thapa A quick June shower could create river upon
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Bagmati blues
(Jul 18) The story of Kathmandu is incomplete without the presence of the Bagmati All the great rivers of the world are awash with anecdotes; the Bagmati is no different. The river that runs across the Kath
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PM's return will provide impetus to constitution writing
(Jul 14) A number of controversies have recently dogged the coalition government led by the Nepali Congress (NC). A contempt of court bill, heavily criticised by journalists for alleged attempts to muzzle the
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Precarious living
Talks with India will be focused on strengthening bilateral ties
(Jul 21) Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj will be in Kathmandu later this week, leading the Indian delegation to the third Nepal-India Joint Commission talks (July 26-27). The last such meeting took place
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The New Budget Will Contribute To Inflation Interview with Bishwambhar Pyakurel
(Jul 18) The new budget for 2014/15 unveiled on Sunday has received mixed reactions from political parties, economists and development experts. While ruling parties, Nepali Congress and CPN-UML have strongly s
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A people’s history
freewheeling: The terrible twins
Dhorpatan Blues (photo feature)
(Jul 19) The plight of Dhorpatan area, which lies in Baglung district, some 300 Kms away from the capital, is linked to the whole nation. Battling poverty and hunger are a part of life in Dhorpatan, which is q
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Foreign Policy Should Reflect Domestic Policy: Pandey
(Jul 18) Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey taught English at different colleges under Tribhuvan University for 20 years before he contested for Member of Parliament from Nuwakot-3 constituen
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