Strike over Ghising recall hits normal life
(3 hours ago) RASUWA, JUL 25 - An indefinite strike called by Rasuwa locals since Friday demanding the reinstatement of Chilime Hydropower Company’s former Managing Director Kulman Ghising has affected the normal l
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Nembang draws Government's attention for providing relief to flood, landslide victims
(3 hours ago) Kathmandu, July 25: Speaker of the Legislature-Parliament, Subash Nembang, has drawn the government's attention to provide the exact information about the loss and damages caused to property and life
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One ‘involved’ in Tri-Chandra attack held
(6 hours ago) Police on Wednesday arrested a man on the charge of attacking Prem KC, a Tri-Chandra College Campus Committee member of the All Nepal National Free Student Union (ANNFSU), with khukuri. A police te
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Not the right time to broach 1950 Treaty, say experts
(8 hours ago) epal-India Peace and Friendship Treaty has again come under media spotlight in view of the three-day official visit of Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Nepal beginning Friday. As va
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Nagarik daily undermined code of conduct in Amako Ghar case: Probe panel
(8 hours ago) The committee formed by the Press Council Nepal (PCN) to probe into the moral allegations against social worker Dil Shova Shrestha has recommended the council to deduct five points from the code of co
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Modi to land in Kathmandu on Aug 3
(6 hours ago) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address Nepal’s parliament on August 4, becoming the first foreign head of government to speak to parliamentarians after the restoration of democracy in 1990. Modi arrives in Kathmandu on August 3 on a state visit. A Parliament Secretariat official confirmed the House address plan. The last time an Indian
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Farmers demand control over sales of pesticides
(3 hours ago) PANCHKHAL, KAVRE, JUL 25 - Local farmers have demanded that the government control rampant sales of controversial pesticides being used in vegetable fields. They have also asked that stern action be t
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Confirmed: Saarc Summit to be held on Nov 22-27
(6 hours ago) Nepal is set to host the 18th Saarc Summit on November 22-27 in Kathmandu . Having received approvals from the other seven Saarc member states, the government will announce the date next week after a
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Indian foreign minister Swaraj arriving today
(8 hours ago) ndian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is arriving in Kathmandu on a three-day official visit to Nepal on Friday evening. Minister Swaraj, who is arriving here to co-chair a meeting of the Join
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Khurkut bridge brings happiness to all but porters
(3 hours ago) RAMECHHAP, July 24: It would take nine days of walk for Harka Tamang of Khimti village of Ramechhap district to reach Godar Market in Chisapani area of Dhanusa to get salt. With a heavy bag of salt on
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China rail to reach Nepal in 6 yrs
(8 hours ago) A website of the Chinese government states that the continuing expansion of the Chinese railway from Sigaste of Tibet would link Nepal, India and Bhutan by 2020. The update posted Tuesday on
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Young and criminal
(7 hours ago) The Nepal Police arrested fourteen-year-old Sajan Das of Siliguri in India from Kathmandu on July 17 for robbery. Das, barely a teenager, had unusual ways of stealing from people. He would intentional
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(yesterday) KATHMANDU, July 23: As the trend of premiering Nepali films out of the country rises, the new film ‘Safe Landing’ joins the lot. The film will be premiered in Sydney, Australia, on two consecutive day
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(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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(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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(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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(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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(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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