Everest Hotel gets red sticker
(4 hours ago) KATHMANDU, May 26: The government on Tuesday pasted red sticker on The Everest Hotel building after it was found to sustain major cracks following April 25 earthquake. A team comprising Senior Divisi
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PM urges all to unite to tackle quake-triggered crisis
(5 hours ago) KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has urged one and all to be united with passion to face the devastation occurred due to the quake. Receiving a cheque of Rs. 280,000 collected from Nepalis re
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Baisari people demand immediate resettlement
(today) MYAGDI: After dry landslides destroyed Baisari village in Myagadi, locals of the village demanded the government to immediately manage resettlement. Fifteen households from Baisari of Bhagawati-2 and
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Five Women Rescued from Gaddachauki
(today) Kanchanpur, May 26: Five women have been rescued from being trafficked to India from Gaddachauki, border point in the far-western region of the country. The women were heading to Delhi from Pokhara i
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Langtang survivors camping in Kathmandu
(today) KATHMANDU: “More than 700 permanent residents of 125 households from the picturesque valley of Rasuwa have been reduced to 492 persons taking shelter in less than 50 cramped, makeshift tents inside th
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Donor fatigue hits Nepal: UN
(today) NEW DELHI/ KATHMANDU: The international community’s response to devastating earthquakes in Nepal has been disappointing, a United Nations official said today, adding that donors were focusing more on
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MoE working to reopen all schools from May 31
(4 hours ago) KATHMANDU, May 26: The Ministry of Education (MoE) has been carrying out homework to reopen all the schools in the earthquake affected 14 districts including in the Kathmandu Valley from May 31. Spea
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Over 30,000 jolts recorded in a month: NSC
(8 hours ago) KATHMANDU, May 26: National Seismological Center has recorded as many as 265 aftershocks above 4-magnitude in the last one month following the Gorkha earthquake on April 25. The latest aftershock wit
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Historic Durbar Destroyed
(today) Melamchi, May 26: A historic durbar built by Ranabir Singh Thapa, brother of Mathavar Singh Thapa, in Sindhupalchowk district has turned into debris by the recent earthquakes. The durbar was set up a
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Kaligandaki Poses No More Risk, Landslide Still On
(today) Beni (Myagdi), May 26: The Kaligandaki River blocked and dammed by the dry landslide at Baiseri in the district is no more risky now. But the landslide from the Ramche is still continuous. The local
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Govt launches post-temblor management action plan
(today) KATHMANDU: A month after the mega quake hit Nepal on April 25, the government has made public its time-bound action plan for post-earthquake management. A committee comprising secretaries of Office o
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Former judge of SC commits suicide‚ leaves Rs 5 lakhs for tremor-hit
(today) KATHMANDU: Former judge of Supreme Court and popular corporate lawyer Bharat Raj Upreti committed suicide last night at his Gyaneshwor-based residence, hanging himself from a ceiling fan. He, however,
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Manpower agencies not to charge quake-hit youths
(8 hours ago) KATHMANDU, May 26: Foreign employment entrepreneurs will be sending youths from the quake-hit districts for foreign jobs without any charge. Foreign Employment Entrepreneurs Association has decided n
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Lady Gaga goes blond for 'American Horror Story: Hotel'
(8 hours ago) LOS ANGELES, May 26: Singer-actress Lady Gaga has been preparing for her role on "American Horror Story: Hotel", including dying her hair blond. The "Applause" hitmaker recently debuted her new look
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(8 hours ago) Actor Johnny Depp could be facing jail time over his decision to illegally bring his two dogs into Australia. An Australian Senate committee said if the matter goes to court and the Pirates of the
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(today) CANNES: A French thriller spotlighting the plight of traumatised refugees building new lives, Dheepan, captured the Palme d’Or top prize at the Cannes Film Festival on May 24. As countries around the
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Served over 1.25 lakh quake-hit: Save the Children
(today) KATHMANDU: Save the Children, an international humanitarian organisation, today said it provided emergency relief goods and services to 127,531 earthquake-affected people across the country within the
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Aid to quake survivors in Dansingh
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England beat NZ by 124 runs in 1st test at Lord's
(today) LONDON, May 25: England took a thrilling first test at Lord's when it bowled out New Zealand for 220 to win by 124 runs with 9.3 overs to spare in the final session on Monday. Six bowlers shared th
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Pro-government forces retake Yemeni city
(4 hours ago) SANAA: Pro-government fighters have retaken a southern Yemeni city from Shiite rebels in their first significant advance since a Saudi-led coalition began striking the rebels in late March. Officials
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139 migrant graves found in Malaysia
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Bowwow wow! Dog domestication much older than previously known
(4 hours ago) Genetic information from a 35,000-year-old wolf bone found below a frozen cliff in Siberia is shedding new light on humankind's long relationship with dogs, showing canine domestication may have occur
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Plane safe? Hacker case points to deeper cyber issues
(9 hours ago) Security researcher Chris Roberts made headlines last month when he was hauled off a plane in New York by the FBI and accused of hacking into flight controls via his underseat entertainment unit. Oth
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UNFPA‚ govt launch 'Dignity First' campaign
Tourism is down, but not out
(8 hours ago) Besides the death and destruction, last month’s earthquake has dealt the most devastating blow to Nepal’s tourism industry. Hotels are damaged, trekking routes have been wiped out, and Kathmandu’s Wor
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Auto industry sees long‚ hard road ahead
(today) KATHMANDU: After the April 25 earthquake and its frequent aftershocks, like many industries, the automobile industry in Nepal is also badly hit by the earthquake. During this period, the industry witn
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“Partnership, trust, and coordination”
Crumbling palaces
(8 hours ago) The Ranas ruled Nepal for just over a century, and when the oligarchy was overthrown in 1951, their lavish palaces in Kathmandu Valley were what remained. Now, after last month’s earthquake even those
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Lead to succeed
(today) Out of the many qualities that one needs to possess in order to achieve success in life, leadership is one that cannot be missed. Leadership is the quality that distinguishes you from the rest. It is
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