Warner‚ Maxwell power Australia to World Cup record total
(1 hour ago) PERTH: David Warner's career-best 178 and Glenn Maxwell's 88-run blitz powered Australia to a record World Cup total of 417 for six wickets in a Pool A match against lowly Afghanistan at Perth on Wedn
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Norway´s Nobel Peace Prize committee replaces chairman
(1 hour ago) STAVANGER, Norway, March 4: The Nobel Peace Prize awarding Norwegian Nobel Committee on Tuesday elected a new chairman to replace Thorbjoern Jagland, whose six-year tenure has been lined with controve
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Seven tourists rescued from Lomanthang
(5 hours ago) MUSTANG: Seven tourists, who were stranded at Lomanthang of Mustang district due to snowfall continued for the past three days, were rescued on Tuesday afternoon. Seven tourists including three forei
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Journalists demand withdrawal of case against Gaule, Devkota
(8 hours ago) NEPALGUNJ/MORANG, MAR 04 - Various organisations representing Nepali journalists have demanded withdrawal of the public offence charge filed against Banke-based journalists Tilak Gaule and Kshetranath
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NC‚ UML for holding 'decisive' talks
(today) KATHMANDU: A meeting of the ruling Nepali Congress and the CPN-UML today decided to hold formal talks with the alliance of opposition parties led by Unified CPN-Maoist and request Constituent Assembly
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Lufthansa offers to bail out national flag carrier
(today) KATHMANDU: One of the largest European airlines has shown interest to rescue the Nepal Airlines Corporation, being a strategic partner of the loss-making national flag carrier. In the two proposals s
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Turkish Airlines to make public cause of crash
(1 hour ago) KATHMANDU, MAR 04 - Turkish Airlines has said that it will make public the cause of the unfortunate incident involving its jet plane at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) following a technical
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Int'l flights halted till 5pm after Turkish Air crash-land
(5 hours ago) KATHMANDU: Following the Turkish Airlines aircraft crash-landing this morning, the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) closed all international flights till 5 pm today. The aircraft which met with
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Man held for raping 13yo girl
(5 hours ago) GORKHA, March 4: In yet another crime, police have arrested a man on the charge of raping a 13-year-old girl in the district. Bir Bahadur Gurung, 56, of Kerabari VDC-8 was detained on Tuesday for all
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Students march demanding justice for acid attack victims
(8 hours ago) KATHMANDU, MAR 04 - Dozens of students marched in the Capital on Tuesday, demanding justice for the victims of recent acid attack. The march participants demanded swift justice system to the victims
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Snowfall‚ rain claim six lives
(today) BAJURA/NEPALGUNJ/POKHARA: Heavy snowfall in the upper reaches of the mid- and far-western regions claimed the lives of three persons and left three others stranded in Bajura and Mustang, while three m
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Turkish Airlines aircraft skids at TIA
(today) KATHMANDU, March 4: A Turkish Airlines aircraft from Istanbul met with an accident while landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on Wednesday morning due to low visibility. According to
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Turkish Airlines airbus averts disaster at TIA (today)
Turkish Airlines airbus averts disaster at TIA
(today) MAR 04 - An Airbus A330 aircraft belonging to Turkish Airlines crash-landed at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) after the plane missed the runway central line while landing at around 7:45 early Wednesday morning. All passengers have been reported safe. According to Air Traffic Controller at TIA, the Turkish Flight 726 inbound from Istanbul mi ... Read Full News
 
Mar 04 2015
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1 Sky to remain cloudy till Tuesday
2 Swine flu claims first victim in Nepal this year
3 Nemtsov a possible ´sacrificial victim,´ investigators say
4 Over 40 hurt in Baneshwor clash
5 NC, UML urge unconditional statute talks
6 Swine flu cases top 30, 23 from Valley alone
7 Woman kills 9-year-old son
8 Demonstrators clash with riot police
9 Monkey Temple release third album
10 UTL service disruption hitting consumers
Business
Direct bus service to Varanasi from tomorrow
Balaji Gold Investment swindles depositors
Birgunj contractors oppose attempts to award contract sans bidding
Malaysia seeks hike in flight frequency to 42 a week
FNCCI assigns tasks to key figures
Govt mulls action against transport entrepreneuers not implmenting revised fare
 
MMC reaches semifinals
MoI, MoAD proposes MoF to pay Rs 600m to sugarcane farmers
Traders slammed for tendency to pressure govt
Project staff claim shares
Everest, Marriott sign mgmt deal
Erratic power supply affects Dhangadhi locals, industries
 
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Insurers asked to extend services in agri sector
(9 hours ago) KATHMANDU, MAR 04 - The Insurance Board of Nepal has made it mandatory for non-life insurers to provide agriculture insurance services, assigning them certain districts to carrry out the business. Un
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Entertainment
Sonam Kapoor getting better from Swine flu
Armani creates new winter trousers with tulip flair
Grime begone
 
Jackie says prison's done good for his son
Pop icon Madonna announces dates for 'Rebel Heart' tour
Art experiences
 
Nepali Tara grand finale on March 6
On the road less travelled
Sonam recovering well from swine flu
Diaspora
No Nepali among Abu Dhabi fire casualties
Adhikari‚ Maldivian minister discuss mutual cooperation
Iran for strenthening ties with Nepal
Govt raises medical fees for migrant workers
Migrant worker deaths rose near 90 pc in 5 yrs
 
Sports
UAE win toss and choose to field against Pakistan
Virat Kohli abuses journalist over an article about Anushka
Pakistan makes 339-6 against UAE in World Cup Pool B match
Hughes tribute match on April 11
Footballer Adam Johnson arrested for ´sex with 15-year-old´
 
World
Attacker shows no remorse over infamous Delhi gang-rape
Pakistan‚ India hold first talks in a year
Hillary Clinton may have broken federal laws on record keeping
Know who can access your Facebook account without password
Obama says Iran must halt key nuclear work for at least a decade
Variety
CAMPUS RECALL: Be time efficient
(8 hours ago) KATHMANDU: Dr Manor Din Shaiyed is the Consultant Gynaecologist at Manmohan Memorial Teaching Hospital and Green City Hospital. He is also the Visiting Associate Professor at Three Gorges Medical Univ
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To think hydro dams will resolve all problems is too naive
(Mar 02) MAR 02 - Last year, Nepal signed the power trade agreement with India ending a long hiatus in hydropwer development in the country. It was followed by the signing of a Project Development Agreement o
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Intolerance for hate
Orbs of Bliss: 12 Suparis
 
Lapsi: Nepal's Best Kept Secret
(8 hours ago) Last year they hacked down the lapsi tree in our yard. They say the lapsi must never be planted where you reside, for it pulls together all the negative energy from its surroundings. Where ever the so
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From Sanga to Singapore
(Mar 02) When German publisher Hans Hoefer decided to pursue his interest in organic greens by buying a farm in Kavre in 1993, he ended up growing more vegetables than he could ever eat. His wife – Cynthia We
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Premier Appeal
Errors decoded: A new tech savvy world
 
Live Rich or Die Trying
(8 hours ago) Disclaimer: This has nothing to do with Hedonism. Nor with 50 Cent. (You guys know about 50 Cent, don’t you?) ‘It’s been awhile’. That’s just a figure of speech. It’s actually been ages. Maybe I was
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Aftershocks of the Everest avalanche
(Mar 02) In previous years, Pasang Sherpa (pictured, right) would now be packing up his gear, getting ready to receive his expedition and fly off to Lukla for another Everest climb. This spring, the 38-year-ol
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The Dogman of Bhaktapur
Language barrier forcing Kisan kids out of schools






 
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