Artificial shortage of salt adds to villagers’ misery
(8 hours ago) BAJURA, JAN 28 - After running out of salt stock at home, Man Bahadur Rokaya of Bichhainya VDC immediately left for the Salt Trading Corporation (STC)’s depot at Kolti VDC in the second week of Januar
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Astronomers find oldest known star with Earth-like planets
(today) MIAMI: International astronomers said Tuesday they have discovered the oldest known star encircled by five Earth-sized planets, signaling that planets formed throughout the history of the universe. T
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Jumbo junket set for Canada
(today) KATHMANDU: Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Secretary Suresh Man Shrestha is all set to fly to Canada leading a jumbo team of high-level officials to attend a global conference on Satur
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Govt urges oppn to join proposal committee
(today) KATHMANDU, Jan 28: The alliance of 11 political parties led by the ruling Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN-UML has formally urged the UCPN (Maoist)-led opposition parties to join the newly-formed Proposal
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Ruling parties urge opposition to join PDC
(today) KATHMANDU: Ruling parties today formally urged the UCPN-Maoist-led alliance of 19 parties to participate in the Proposal Drafting Committee and seek solution through consensus. Issuing joint statement after a meeting at Prime Minister Sushil Koirala’s residence this morning, four ruling and six fringe parties, as well as two independent CA members ... Read Full News
Unfulfilled promises
(today) Dreams shattered and neck deep in debt, families of migrant workers who die abroad struggle to get by DANG, Jan 28 : Phulkumari Chaudhary of Tilkuligad became a widow after her husband Sher Bahadur C
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Ruling alliance urges oppn to return for talks
(today) KATHMANDU, JAN 27 - The alliance of 10 parties including the ruling—Nepali Congress and CPN-UML—has urged the opposition parties to resolve the current political crisis through dialogue and be a part
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EU envoys clarify position on meeting with CK Raut
(today) KATHMANDU: The European Union and Norway today said that recent meetings of some EU envoys with Madhesi activist CK Raut should not be taken as an endorsement of his political agenda or actions. The
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Minor killed in Kalaiya after abduction
(today) BIRGUNJ: A four-year-old boy was murdered a short while after his abduction in Bara headquarters Kalaiya last night. Police suspect enmity with child’s parents was behind the gruesome murder. A group
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CIAA claims 80 percent success in corruption cases
(today) KATHMANDU Jan 28: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has claimed that it achieved a successful conviction rate of 80 percent among the corruption cases filed at the Spec
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With limited options at hand, Dahal in dilemma
(today) KATHMANDU, Jan 28: With the ruling parties pushing for a new constitution through majority vote, UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who also heads the alliance of opposition parties, is under
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Indian govt tells IOC to boost LPG supplies to Nepal
(today) NEW DELHI, JAN 28 - The Indian government has directed state-owned Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to increase the supply of liquefied petroleum gas ( LPG ) to Nepal without any delay. Indian Minister o
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Oppn lashes out at ruling parties’ arrogance
(today) KATHMANDU, JAN 27 - The alliance of opposition parties has said the environment conducive for talks has not been created due to the swaggering language of 12 parties supporting the ruling parties. Th
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1 Nepal in Division 1!
2 Japan stunned after video claims death of 1 of 2 IS hostages
3 Astronomers find oldest known star with Earth-like planets
4 Police dig out TDBL's missing Rs 21 million
5 PM Koirala promises to move ahead despite opposition's obstructions
6 Nembang vows decisive step Sunday
7 Japan condemns new Islamic State video
8 President attends Basanta Shrawan ceremony
9 Process to put disputed issues to vote begins
10 Nevada considering strict condom regulation for porn films
Business
Apple posts the biggest quarterly profit in history
Demand for seafood, frozen meats swell
Govt directed to waive VAT on LPG
Nepal Telecom installing 7 7 new towers to improve service quality
Quality of Service Regulation ready
'CAN Info- Tech is the best platform for all IT companies'
 
Education UK exhibition from Jan 31
Nepal makes pitch for energy, connectivity
Investors are not tourists
Agents found putting goods into customs cleared cargo
Shopping from footstep toward fingertip
3 new paragliding companies in Pokhara
 
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21st edition of CAN Info-Tech starts today
(today) KATHMANDU, Jan 28: The 21st edition of CAN Info-Tech 2015 is starting in Kathmandu from Wednesday. The mega Information Communications Technology (ICT) is being organized by Computer Association of Ne
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The Talos Principle
Taylor Swift says Twitter‚ Instagram accounts were hacked
Singing in many tongues
 
Revealing the darker side
Did Cruise order Kidman's phones to be tapped?
Adhikari in conversation with Bell
 
Marking time
Spielberg: 70 years after Holocaust Jews still face anti-Semitism
5 things about Anil Keshari Shah
Diaspora
Malaysia enforces bio-metric system for migrant labor
Nepalis left stranded in Latin America
549 Nepali workers died in Gulf countries in 2014
Woman returns from Lebanon after torture
Nepali released by Qatar in murder case rejoices his return
 
Sports
Serena Williams through to Australian Open semifinals
National Taekwondo kicks off
Leaders APF, New Diamond march on
1st nat'l men's volleyball in Chitwan
Bed-shaking 'ghost' rattles Pakistan cricketer at Christchurch hotel
 
World
Japan condemns new Islamic State video
Indonesian president rules out reprieve for Australians on death row
Blizzard hits Boston and New England‚ spares New York despite forecasts
Obama and Saudi king discuss Iran‚ energy in symbolic visit
Northeast U.S. braves 'crippling' blizzard‚ transit systems shut
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Gizmo | iWant
(today) The popularity and use of desktop computers might be on the wane with the advent of ultra-portable laptops and tablets, but nothing beats the good old solid feel and power of a top-notch machine on yo
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Cricket team returns home (Photo feature)
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, Jan 27: Nepal cricket team returned home from Namibia on Monday after participating in the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 that concluded on Saturday. Nepal finished fourth in the six-
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Scientists successful in reading parts of scroll from world's oldest library
The rise and fall of the world’s poorest nations
 
CAN Info-Tech -- a platform for all ICT enthusiasts: Dhakal
(today) The Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) Federation is organizing ‘Subisu CAN Info-Tech 2015’, the country’s biggest information communication technology (ICT) fair, from Wednesday. To know about what
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'Nepal's ICT industry requires huge support from govt' (today)
'Nepal's ICT industry requires huge support from govt'
(today) Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) Federation is organizing the 21st edition of the Info-Tech exhibition from Wednesday. In this regard, Nepal Republic Media organized a roundtable to discuss with the organizers about the prospects and challenges surrounding the domestic ICT industry and what they think could be the way forward. Sujan Dhungana of ... Read Full News
The Theory of Everything: Making it through Everything
(Jan 26) KATHMANDU, Jan 26: By now The Theory of Everything has already received exceptional appreciation, at large as a performance piece and not so much as a biopic that’s withstanding to genre traps. Eddie
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Nevada considering strict condom regulation for porn films
Strokes of Genius
 
Only independent mediation will help resolve the crisis
(yesterday) As the Constituent Assembly is on the verge of missing its deadline, questions are being raised about the silence of Nepal’s civil society in facilitating and mediating negotiations to work out common
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Word to the (un)wise
(Jan 26) There is something called reading too much too soon. Immediately after school, even before Ama laid out fluffy French toast for us, I would delve right into homework. A conscientious student, one of t
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