Rains taking toll on quake displaced
(today) KATHMANDU More than three months after the devastating earthquake struck the country killing over 8,900 persons, the situation here has turned from bad to worse in the camps housing displaced victims
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Hindu is Nepal’s national religion: DPM Gautam
(today) KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bamdev Gautam has said that Hindu is Nepal’s national religion as over 80 per cent Nepalis are Hindu. Inaugurating the Bol Bom Kanwar Ya
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HURRY UP WITH RECONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY: HOUSE PANEL TO GOVT
(today) KATHMANDU, Aug 3: Parliamentary Development Committee on Monday directed the government to give full shape to the High-Powered Reconstruction Authority at the earliest. Stating that delay on the part
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Deuba claims he made India aware about Lipulek
(today) KATHMANDU: Senior leader of Nepali Congress, Sher Bahadur Deuba, has said that Lipulek, Kalapani and Susta regions belong to Nepal. Upon his arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport from India
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Death toll from floods, landslides hits 90: Govt
(yesterday) ATHMANDU, AUG 03 - The recent monsoon-induced natural disasters have claimed 90 human lives, with 38 others missing and 48 injured so far this year, according to a government report. The data present
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Parties divided over delineation of federal states
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, AUG 03 - Serious differences have emerged among the four major parties —Nepali Congress, CPN-UML, UCPN (Maoist) and Madhesi Janadhikar Fourm-Loktantrik—on whether to delineate the federal p
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Single women left to fend for themselves
(today) KATHMANDU, Rita Manandhar likes to sum up her life story with one word ‘loss’. Thirteen years ago, Manandhar lost her husband during the Maoist conflict, and now her house—her only source of income—in
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Koshi bridge to help restore connectivity, livehood
(today) BIRATNAGAR, Aug 3: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Monday inaugurated the newly constructed Koshi Bridge in Chatara of Sunsari district. The bridge will help restore mass connectivity and economic a
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Gaurika Singh sets new national record in World Championship
(today) KATHMANDU: Nepal’s Gaurika Singh bettered her own national record in the women’s 100 metres backstroke in the 16th FINA World Championship at Kazan, Russia, on Monday. The 12-year-old finished first
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Nepali climber gifts stone from South America’s highest peak to PM
(today) KATHMANDU: Mountaineer and athlete Sanjay Pandit gifted a stone that he brought from Mount Aconcagua as a symbol of courage to Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at the latter’s official residence at Baluw
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PDCC postpones report on draft constitution
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, AUG 03 - The Constituent Assembly’s plan to bring out the new constitution by mid-August was called into question on Sunday as the Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee (PDCC) decided
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NOC slashes fuel prices
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, AUG 03 - The Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) on Sunday announced the reduction in retail prices for petroleum products, with the state-owned oil monopoly cutting the price of liquefied petroleu
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1 Blood lead level in children alarming: Report
2 Paddy plantation low in 6 Tarai districts
3 NRB issues Unified Directives
4 One killed, two seriously injured after truck falls off bridge in Chitwan
5 Discord over how to take in suggestions
6 Co-op Ministry moves to streamline operations
7 Driver nabbed 31 years after road accident killed a boy
8 Torrential rainfall affects search, rescue operation in Myagdi
9 Shoppers avoiding malls even 3 mths after quake
10 Religious assailant attacks Jerusalem Gay Pride parade, wounding six
Business
Asian stocks fall on weak Chinese manufacturing, oil slump
Govt, EIB wrap up loan negotiations
SBI contributes Rs70.9m
Generator failure halts trading at Nepse
Terhathum moves to boost tourism
Kalikot district attains self-reliance in veggie
 
Modikhola Hydel Project resumes
Nepal’s trade deficit soars to 33.34 percent of GDP
Power outage hits Nepse trading
NRB to study needs to ascertain fund size
IMF okays $49.7m budgetary support
Dept stores found selling expired food
 
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Private sector urges liberal economic model
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, AUG 03 - Private sector representatives on Sunday met Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and other senior political leaders demanding the assurance of “liberal economy” in the upcoming constitut
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Entertainment
Bobbi Kristina Brown funeral draws crowd of onlookers
Cosby didn’t realise Constand was gay
Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston, has died
 
Where do vampires come from?
Maddox to take over Jolie’s Cambodia work
Open letter to Kareena by ‘disappointed’ fans
 
Belle
Ajay not doing cameo in Dilwale
Katrina definitely not engaged
Diaspora
Subaru’s secret: Low-paid foreign workers power an export boom
Victim of fatal shooting in US was Bhutanese refugee resettled from Nepal
Chinese Assistant Minister Zhang arrives
India agrees to end border dispute: Chairman Dahal
Indian man held for customs evasion
 
Sports
2nd Bangladesh vs South Africa test abandoned, ends in draw
Sepp Blatter's term as IOC member ends
Footitt, Plunkett in England's 14-man squad
Pakistan sweeps T20 series with tense 1-wicket win
SAN concludes basic level sports coaching course
 
World
Suu Kyi’s party shuns key players
Bra protest after woman jailed for ‘breast assault’
Mullah Omar’s family does not endorse new Taliban leader-statement
Photos of endangered animals shine on Empire State Building
Crowds cheer B’desh-India land swap
Variety
Casualty & Culpability
(Jul 31) The ancient Greek statesman and orator Pericles could have been talking about Nepal when he said, 'Just because you don't take an interest in politics doesn't mean politics won't take an interest in y
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Even more secluded sanctuary
(Jul 30) Just the name evokes a sense of mystery and isolation. The sacred region in Upper Gorkha lies along a finger of Nepal that sticks out into Tibet and is renowned for a pilgrimage route that circumambu
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In Nepal, men still believe only they are entitled to rights
Govt has significantly reduced education and health budget
 
Water in the sky
(Jul 30) Tourists are told not to visit Nepal in the monsoon. It is actually the best time. You may not see much of the mountains, but you can pass the time cloud-gazing. The towering white water vapour castle
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Will the Internet listen to your private conversations?
(Jul 30) SAN FRANCISCO: Like a lot of teenagers, Aanya Nigam reflexively shares her whereabouts, activities and thoughts on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks without a qualm. But Aanya's care-free
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Tricked and trafficked
Inside the country that doesn't exist
 
Disaster geopolitics
(Jul 30) 60 YEARS AGO: A bridge destroyed in the 1954 floods (above). Dil Bahadur Chhetri and his family in Rodi Gaon were resettled in Chitwan after their holdings in Tanahu were destroyed in a landslide. so
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Thirteen interview secrets for introverts
(Jul 28) Introverts often feel especially challenged by an interview as any out of the ordinary communication can be worrisome. Given the level of importance attached to an interview, it may really ramp up ner
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Cover story: I am not my gender
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