Maha Asthami-8th day of Dashain- being observed today
(today) KATHMANDU, Oct 2: Hindus throughout the country are observing the eighth day of the ten-day long Bada Dasain festival as the Mahastami festival on Thursday by worshipping Goddess Durga Bhawani. On thi
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PM Koirala returning home today
(today) BRUSSELS : Prime Minister Sushil Koirala is returning home tomorrow afternoon after attending the 69th United Nations General Assembly held in New York of the USA. PM Koirala had addressed to the Gene
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CK Raut ends hunger strike
(today) KATHMANDU - CK Raut, a Madhesi campaigner who stands accused of being involved in a secessionist campaign, has ended his hunger strike on the 11th day on Wednesday. Raut’s health condition had deteri
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Oli slams UCPN-M supremo Dahal
(yesterday) JHAPA: CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli today accused Unified CPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal of scheming to disrupt the statute writing process for his extreme lust for position and power. Spea
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Asian Games cricket: Nepal loses to Afghanistan by 8 runs
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, Oct 1: Nepal lost to arch rival Afghanistan by 8 runs in quarterfinals of 17th Asian Games Men’s cricket competition in Incheon, South Korea on Wednesday. With the loss, Nepal has also cr
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House committee endorses Shah as CJ
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, Sept 30: The Parliamentary Hearing Special Committee (PHSC) on Tuesday endorsed the Constitutional Council´s recommendation for appointment of Ram Kumar Prasad Shah as the chief justice. P
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Truck-hit kills one in Nuwakot
(today) NUWAKOT: A person died on the spot after being hit by a mini-truck at the Kakani Village Development Committee of the district on Wednesday. Kumar Tamang, 30, of Belkot VDC-4 died after the fatal inci
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China trustworthy friend: Bijukchhe
(today) BHAKTAPUR: Nepal Workers and Peasants Party (NWPP) Chairman Narayanman Bijukchhe on Wednesday said that having a strong and trustworthy friend as China had helped Nepal sustain its independence and so
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Twenty gamblers fined in Morang
(today) BIRATNAGAR - The District Administration Office, Morang, has released 20 gamblers , who were arrested on the charge of gambling, after charging Rs.1, 000 as fine s from each of them. According to the
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CPDCC fails to meet second deadline
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The Constitutional-Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee of the Constituent Assembly failed to meet today’s deadline to forge consensus on the disputed issues of the new constitution.
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PMO directs officials to restore popularity of Hello Sarkar
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The government has directed officials to respond promptly to public grievances received through Hello Sarkar, a complaint receiving mechanism at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), in a bid
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Short circuit sparks fire at KIA Motors service centre
(yesterday) A fire that broke out at the service centre of KIA Motors’ showroom in Tinkune on Tuesday destroyed property worth Rs 40 million and injured three workers. The blaze that started at around 11:30 am wa
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Oct 02 2014
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1 Five killed in Dhading vehicle collision
2 65 apply for transitional justice posts
3 Chances of statute by Jan 22 slim: Bhattarai
4 Koirala meets Indian prime minister
5 NANDA PRASAD ADHIKARI'S DEATH: Gautam admits to govt failure
6 PAC accuses ANFA chair Thapa of misusing Rs 581.7m
7 51 snow leopards in Nepal wild: Study
8 NT launches festival discounts
9 HLPC demand flares as UML opposes Maoist proposal
10 'Nepal may face suspension if govt interferes in ANFA matters'
Business
Deposits at BFIs fall by 0.7pc
MoAD proposes Rs 487m additional compensation to farmers
Oil exploration licences of 2 cos to be scrapped
NMB, Pathibhara, Bhrikuti sign merger agreement
Upper Solu signs Rs 3 billion loan deal with consortium
'Country needs to take risks to attract FDI'
 
Gates ranked richest American by Forbes
Foreign firms still await FTZ reform
Divestment plan of ADBL discussed
7 fuel pumps sealed for short-delivery
NT launches festival discounts
Fuel pumps cheating consumers on quantity
 
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Dashain keeps cash registers ringing
(yesterday) Dashain is not just a cultural occasion but also huge business opportunity. The country’s economy becomes vibrant as people from all classes go on a shopping spree. Economists say Dashain spending acc
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Entertainment
Wheel FAQs
Hilfiger wishes to work with Sonam kapoor
No biopics or female-centric films for Kareena right now
 
Dashain Ayo!
An inseparable relationship
Al Pacino honoured at BFI
 
Clooney wedding sealed in Venice
The joy of reading
Party fever in Venice as stars descend for Clooney wedding
Diaspora
Nepalis in Bangladesh donate to PM Relief Fund
Saudi police arrest 400 illegal migrants
Relief fund collected in Malaysia for Sindhupalchowk landslide victims
South Korea to repatriate 168 Nepalis stranded in Libya
Nepali youth dies in South Korea
 
Sports
Basel beats Liverpool 1-0 in Champions League
Nepal to meet Uganda in opener
All hopes bank on cricket
Nepal wins in table tennis
Baggies bash Burnley 4-0 in Premier League
 
World
Obama‚ Modi vow to create model for world
Afghanistan‚ US sign security pact
'Umbrella Revolution' takes hold
US underestimated IS: Obama
US-led airstrikes hit 4 Syrian provinces
Variety
Alley ways
(Sep 29) Galli Salliharuma is a public writing project that archives personal stories to build a walking-breathing map of Kathmandu as marked and narrated by its inhabitants and visitors. The project is an exe
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A lakeside story
(Sep 26)
here’s something for everybody in Pokhara. Whether you are a backpacker who wants to make the most out of the city on a minimal budget, whether you are vacationin
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Down hillers
There is systematic exclusion in the conferral of citizenships
 
Children of war: The most vulnerable victims are still those who were children during the war.
(Sep 29)
Purnima was 13 when the Maoists took her father, they tortured him by cutting off his leg, then they shot him. Her brother was also severely tortured, and is disabled. Purnima herself was forced to become a child soldier. Today 23-year-old, Purnima earns Rs 3,000 a month and supports her remaining family includ
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SAARC should negotiate as a block with labor importers
(Sep 26) There are an estimated 232 million migrant workers in the global workforce, with the number expected to increase in coming years. Migration as such is starting to become bilateral and multilateral age
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The museum side of Pokhara
 
Women's equality needs democracy, socialism, secularism
(Sep 29) SEP 29 - Yesterday, organisations working on women’s issues from all over Nepal came together here in Kathmandu to mark One Billion Rising, a global campaign against violence against women. Darshan Ka
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We have seen very good scope for our corporate products
(Sep 24) Altaf Halde, is the managing director (South Asia) at Kaspersky Lab, India. As the chief of Kaspersky Lab´s South Asia business, he is responsible for managing channel sales activities and day-to-day
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Good Reads
(Sep 23) The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing By Benjamin Graham This classic text is annotated to update Graham’s timeless wisdom for today’s market conditions. The greatest inves
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