Summit endorses SAARC Council of Ministers' report
(a while ago) KATHMANDU: The 18th SAARC Summit has approved the report endorsed by the 36th session of the SAARC Council of Ministers. The report, endorsed by the Council of Ministers comprising foreign and extern
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Delegates greeted with cultural show
(a while ago) KATHMANDU: Nepal today rolled out the red carpet for South Asian heads of state/government and other dignitaries and gave a grand multicultural welcome just as they arrived in Kathmandu to participate
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PM Koirala stresses on transformative potentials of SAARC
(a while ago) KATHMANDU, Nov 26: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has stressed on the transformative potential of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) to gain global prominence. Delivering an inau
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India gifts ALH chopper to Nepal Army
(a while ago) KATHMANDU, Nov 25:Dhruv, an advanced light helicopter (ALH) designed and produced indigenously by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), was handed over to the Nepal Army on Tuesday. Indian Prime Minis
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Sri Lankan, Afghan presidents arrive
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, NOV 25 - Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai have arrived to attend the 18th Saarc summit in Kathmandu . Likewise, Maldives President Abd
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Rs 80 m allocated for rehabilitation of freed kamaiyas
(yesterday) DHANGADHI, Nov 25: Rs 80 million has been allocated this year to manage lands for the rehabilitation of the freed kamaiyas (boded labour) in Kailali district. Despite the allocation of huge amount, t
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Transparent and accountable SA need of hour: USA
(a while ago) KATHMANDU: US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Desai Biswal has said that a transparent and accountable South Asia could counter adversity as terrorism, corruptio
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Report on labour migration from Nepal published
(a while ago) KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Labour and Employment has published the first national report on the status of labour migration in Nepal. The report "Labour Migration for Employment: A Status Report for N
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SAARC Summit focuses on climate change, terrorism, poverty
(a while ago) KATHMANDU, Nov 26: The chief delegates of Sought Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) have stressed on inter-regional connectivity, poverty alleviation and resource mobilization for peac
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Ktm-Delhi bus service begins
(a while ago) KATHMANDU :Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi jointly flagged off Kathmandu-Delhi-Kathmandu bus service on Tuesday. It is for the first time that the bus service b
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Koirala‚ Modi flag off Ktm-Delhi direct bus service
(a while ago) KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi today evening inaugurated the direct bus service between Kathmandu (Nepal) and New Delhi (India). The service is a part of the Motor Vehicle Agreement (MVA), which was signed by the two nations today. Jointly inaugurating the bus service, both prime ministers flagged ... Read Full News
Mass funeral for deceased of Jajarkot bus accident
(yesterday) AJARKOT: The kith and kin of victims of Thursday's bus accident organised mass funerals here in the
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Arun-III PDA likely to be signed today
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The Cabinet today approved the final draft of the Project Development Agreement on 900MW Arun-III hydroelectric project, paving the way for the Investment Board Nepal and Satluj Jal Vidyut
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Nov 26 2014
Wednesday
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Most Popular News
1 Prostitution flourishes right under nose of authorities
2 SAARC leaders arriving today
3 Average NPL of banks at 3.4pc in Q1
4 Photo story : Kathmandu gets a facelift
5 Old Bus Park area to be shut
6 Modi to award ALH Dhruv Mark 3 chopper to Nepal Army
7 Jajarkot Bus Accident: Death toll rises to 14
8 Death toll reaches 47 in Jajarkot bus plunge
9 18th SAARC Summit program starts today
10 Man falls to death in Dhankuta
Business
New Thai tourism strategy: 'I Hate Thailand'
RBBL lowers bidding price for its promoter shares in NIBL
'Establish SAARC Development Bank to finance infra projects'
Etios family to arrive by this weekend
Bhote Koshi to seek PM's intervention to end impasse
Another feather in Qatar Airways' cap
 
Commercial goat farm in Kavre village
ADB to support water supply, sanitation programs
WB agrees to give $46m for Kabeli hydro project
SAARC handicraft expo concludes
Farmers stress on joint efforts for their uplift
Companies with FDI okayed to buy stake in other firms
 
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IBN, Satluj sign Arun III PDA
(a while ago) KATHMANDU, Nov 26: The government has signed Project Development Agreement (PDA) with Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited (SJVNL) for the development of Arun III Hydropower Project (900 MW). Radhesh Pant
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Entertainment
5 things about Laure
Artist in Residence at Mcube
Boy bands top AMAs
 
Sauram’s rocking zindagi
Sneak peek of KIMFF 2014
Happy Ending By the book, at least!
 
From East to West—for a cause
Hashmi: Ungli is not a typical Bollywood film
'I haven't given up on music'
Diaspora
9 Nepalis die each week in Malaysia: Embassy
Family demands justice for Shaan
30 Nepali workers 'missing in Malaysia'
Family demands justice for Shaan
Malaysian company fleecing Nepali workers
 
Sports
APF crashes out of Pathari Gold Cup on penalties
Hughes has more scans, still in critical condition
MMC into King's Cup semifinals
Junior tennis kicks off
Running shield chess tourney
 
World
26 coal miners die in fire in north China mine
2 teen female bombers kill more than 40 in Nigeria
Activists raise Raqqa strikes death toll to 95
Putin says he won't be Russia's president for life
Prosecutor faces new criticism over Ferguson case
Variety
Jessabelle A Gothic Ridiculousness
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, Nov 25: It’s that strange sense of expectancy that builds early on while watching a horror film at the theaters. It leads from the point before the movie begins, just when the commercials die down. A viewer turns into an active participator in those moments, alert with a defensive attention, determined not to be caught off guard when the
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SAARC Timeline
Hitler watercolour fetches 130‚000 euros at Nuremberg auction
Electoral model becomes more vital
 
Satirical kick to democracy
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: Despite the democracy in countries there are various repressive laws that doesn’t let the nationals enjoy their freedom. Similar is the plight of media in a democratic country where there i
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Born to be a Lama
(Nov 24) KATHMANDU: “Life is devotion,” he smiled and summarised the meaning of life. What he said is not a m
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'Sold' experience
Passion for fashion
 
Correct your vision with SMILE
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: People who wear spectacles face problems with the smallest things. If given a choice, they will gladly opt for an alternative. But now they can get rid of the burden of wearing spectacles and play their favourite contact sports after Laser-Assisted in situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) surgery — where the shape of cornea is changed to correct t
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Preaching the gospel to guerrillas
Unregistered wildlife trophies creating potential illegal market
Exposing modern-day slavery in pictures






 
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