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Water level in Saptakoshi highest of the year, Saptari locals fear inundation
(less than an hour ago) SAPTARI/INARUWA: The incessant rain showers that battered hilly districts in east of the country for last two days have triggered flash floods in the district. Water flow in the Saptakosi River has b
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4 CIB officials feted for Ranibari murder investigation
(1 hour ago) KATHMANDU, July 3: The government on Friday honored four officials of the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) for their successful investigation of the long-pending Ranibari Murder case. The governmen
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Youths wielding knife & rods enter school, attack students
(1 hour ago) KATHMANDU, JUL 03 - In a shocking incident, a group of young boys entered into a community school classroom at Gothatar and haphazardly attacked with knife and rods, injuring a girl, on Thursday. Acc
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CA takes statute ‘fast track’
(today) KATHMANDU, JUL 03 - As per the previous understanding among the major parties to fast-track the constitution drafting process, the Constituent Assembly on Thursday suspended some clauses of the CA Rul
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Under-fire Agriculture Minister Parajuli quits
(today) KATHMANDU, JUL 03 - Agriculture Minister Hari Prasad Parajuli stepped down from the position on Thursday after coming under fire for sexual harassment allegations. Photos and video clips posted on so
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House gets vague clarification
(today) KATHMANDU/NEW DELHI, JUL 03 - The government on Thursday furnished its position on the Lipu-Lekh controversy in Parliament but failed to clarify on the “diplomatic initiative taken with India and Chin
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WFP withdraws rotten rice, 133 Laprak households get fresh supply
(today) GORKHA, July 3: World Food Program (WFP) on Thursday brought back 120 sacks of rotten rice from Laprak VDC. The UN agency has also distributed fresh rice to 133 households in Laprak. WFP has brought
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CTEVT to give scholarships to 200 students
(today) KATHMANDU, July 3: Giving continuity to its scholarship program for the students enrolled under various technical and vocational studies, Council for Technical and Vocational Training (CTEVT) is provi
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CA suspends rule to begin discussion on statute draft
(yesterday) Amid protest from leaders of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal and Madhesi parties, the CA Rule 93(3) has been suspended. The suspension allows the CA to begin formal discussions on the preliminar
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Govt to clarify House on Lipu Lekh pact (yesterday)
Govt to clarify House on Lipu Lekh pact
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, July 2: The government is to clarify the Legislature-Parliament on its position apropos the India-China bilateral agreement over Lipu Lekh—a piece of land in Nepal bordering the two neighboring countries— on Thursday. Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey is scheduled to furnish the government’ stance on the issue at the ... Read Full News
Nepal blown away by Dutch attack
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, JUL 02 - Nepal was completely outclassed and outperformed by a superb Netherlands side in their second T20 International in Netherlands on Wednesday. The Dutch side was extremely handy wit
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DDRCs told to come up with action plan
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: Central Implementation, Facilitation and Monitoring Committee on Settlement Relocation headed by Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Bam Dev Gautam today directed 18 District Disaster R
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Minister in hot water for paddy field antics(Video Footage)
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: Minister for Agricultural Development Hari Prasad Parajuli on Wednesday drew flak from members of the Legislative-Parliament for his alleged indecent behaviour during National Paddy Day cel
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Minister Parajuli finds his job on line over unseemly act (yesterday)
Minister Parajuli finds his job on line over unseemly act
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, JUL 02 - Pressure is mounting on Agriculture Minister Hari Prasad Parajuli to quit the position after photos and video footages purportedly showing him misbehaving with female participants during Tuesday’s National Paddy Day celebrations in Mulpani surfaced on the social media. As the news became viral on the social platforms, lawmakers ... Read Full News
UN official berates Nepal media coverage of sub-standard WPF food
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, July 1: A senior United Nations official has slammed Nepali media for its reporting on sub-standard food provided by the World Food Program (WFP) to earthquake victims. Nepali media has bee
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Landslides displace 30 families in Ilam
(yesterday) ILAM, July 2: Landslides triggered by incessant rainfall in the southern part of Ilam district has displaced 30 households of Shantipur VDC on Tuesday night. The landslides swept away some of the hou
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Eight-year-old girl raped in Mahottari
(Jun 30) Mahottari, June 30: An eight-year-old girl was raped at Hariharpur Harinmari VDC in Mahottari district on Monday evening. The District Police Office, Mahottari, said that Matar Safi, 70, of Hariharpu
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Parties agree to table final draft today
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU: The Unified CPN-Maoist’s refusal to endorse the draft constitution made it impossible for Constitution Drafting Committee Chairman Krishna Prasad Sitaula to table the draft of the constitut
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Disputes keep draft from landing in CA (Jun 30)
Disputes keep draft from landing in CA
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU, JUN 30 - The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) on Monday failed to table the preliminary draft of the constitution in the Constituent Assembly as the UCPN (Maoist) objected to some of its provisions. Though the committee had endorsed the preliminary draft on Sunday, the opposition party refused to sign the draft claiming that CDC ... Read Full News
Light tremor felt in Kathmandu Valley, epicentre in neighbouring Sindhupalchok
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU: A tremor was felt in Kathmandu Valley on Monday evening. The National Seismological Centre said it recorded a light aftershock of local magnitude 4.1 at 11:27 pm with its epicentre in neig
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Don't lose faith in judiciary: CJ designate Shrestha
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU, June 30: Chief Justice designate Kalyan Shrestha on Monday urged parliamentarians not to seek alternatives to independent judiciary just because of their disagreement with a particular cour
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Nepal gets 809 AIIB shares worth $80.9m
(Jun 30) HONG KONG, June 30: Nepal has signed the articles of association of the newly formed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). AIIB is expected to be a new financer of Nepal's reconstruction in the
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Locals disappointed with Chure conservation program
(Jun 30) ILAM, June 30: President Chure Conservation Program (PCCP), initiated by the government three years ago to protect the Chure region, has failed to serve its purpose in Ilam district of eastern Nepal.
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Two hurt in leopard attack in Narayantar
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU: Two persons including a 79-year-old man have been injured when a leopard entered human settlement and attacked them in Narayantar on the northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu on Sunday. The
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Paudel under pressure to quit as minister of youth and sports
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU: With CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli mounting pressure on Minister of Youth and Sports Purushottam Paudel to put in his papers, intra-party rift in the UML has widened. Following the promot
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Gorkha quake loss estimated at Rs37b
(Jun 29) GORKHA, JUN 29 - A preliminary assessment by the District Disaster Relief Committee (DDRC) shows that property worth Rs37 billion was destroyed in the April 25 earthquake and its aftershocks in Gorkha
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5.0-magnitude aftershock felt today
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU, June 29: A fresh aftershock with 5.0 on the Richter scale was felt at 5:42 am on Monday. According to the National Seismological Center (NSC), Lainchaur, the aftershock was recorded with i
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Post-quake, Tatopani under existential threat
(Jun 29) SINDHUPALCHOWK, June 29: With the onset of monsoon across the country, mountains and hills, rattled by the April 25 earthquake and its aftershocks, have become more prone to landslides. Conditions of
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Textbook shortage hits students
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU, June 29: Lack of textbooks for grade eight, nine and 10 has been reported from various parts of the country three months past the start of the academic session. A book supplier from Dh
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Water flow crosses 160,000 cusec in Mahakali River
(Jun 26) Bhiduttanagar, June 26: With the torrential rainfall since early morning on Thursday in the far west part, the water level in Mahakali River has increased by posing threat to the residents of the rive
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VIP facilities bill withdrawn
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU: Ministry of Home Affairs on Thursday withdrew the Facilities and Security of Very Important Persons and Former VIPs Bill from the Parliament Secretariat. According to a Parliament Secretariat source, the ministry wrote a letter to the Parliament Secretariat on Thursday, stating it was withdrawing the bill, as it needed to make some amendments to the bill. Speaker Subas Chandra Nembang had urged Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Bam Dev Gautam to withdraw the bill on Wednesday. Home Ministry had registered the bill at the Parliament Secretariat on May 8.
Generous aid pledges delight Nepal
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU, JUN 26 - In a major boost to Nepal’s reconstruction and recovery efforts post April 25 Great Earthquake, development partners and donor community have pledged $4.4 billion in aid during the
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Monsoon raises fear of landslides, floods
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU, JUN 26 - The Meteorological Forecasting Division (MFD) issued a special weather advisory on Thursday, warning about heavy downpours and thundershowers in central and western Nepal as mosoon
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HSEB grants affiliation to 22 new colleges
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU, June 26: Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) has granted affiliation to 22 new higher secondary schools and plus two colleges, including 10 in the Valley. The colleges had applied for
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2 in police net on gang rape charge
(Jun 25) RAUTAHAT: Two persons have been arrested on charge of gang raping a 25-year-old woman in Rautahat. The suspects have been identified as Ajay Sah (25) and Bhuyel Sah (30) of Katariya VDC. According t
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Police round up 35 protesters from capital
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, June 25: Police have arrested 35 protesters from different parts of the capital city on Thursday morning against what is call attempts to hamper the ongoing International Conference on Nepa
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Donors’ meet begins today
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU: The much-awaited International Conference for Nepal’s Reconstruction will begin here on Thursday and delegates from several countries are expected to identify areas to lend support and make
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Quake reconstruction conference today (Jun 25)
Quake reconstruction conference today
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, June 25: The International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction (ICNR) is being held on Thursday with high hopes of goodwill and financial support from the international community to Nepal's efforts to rehabilitate the displaced population and rebuild infrastructures destroyed in the recent earthquakes. More than 55 delegations from var ... Read Full News
DPM to withdraw VIP facilities bill
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Bam Dev Gautam on Wednesday agreed to withdraw the Facilities and Security of Very Important Persons and Former VIPs Bill after Speaker Subas Chandra
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India, China indicate huge aid pledges
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, JUN 25 - Nepal is expected to receive a major boost from India and China at the International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction-2015 on Thursday, with the two immediate neighbours indica
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After criticism, Govt decides to withdraw 'pension bill'
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, June 24: Following criticism from the lawmakers and public, the government has decided to withdraw the VIP security and management bill, also known as pension bill, from the parliament. Th
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Police beef up security donor conference
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, June 24: Keeping in view the security sensitivity of VIPs and delegates attending the International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction, the Ministry of Home Affairs has beefed up security
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UN USG Acharya, IFRC President Konoe meet PM Koirala on the eve of donors’ conference
(Jun 24) KATHMANDU: The Under-Secretary-General of United Nations, Gyan Chandra Acharya, and President of International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Tadateru Konoe separately met Prime Mi
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Dassanayake’s contract extended, Team Nepal off to London
(Jun 24) KATHMANDU: Cricket Association Nepal on Tuesday extended the contract of national cricket team coach Coach Pubudu Dassanayake till the end of this year. Acting President of CAN Deepak Koirala and Da
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CA meet disrupted over religious conversion issue
(less than an hour ago) KATHMANDU, July 3: Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N) has obstructed the Constituent Assembly meeting saying that the issue of religious conversion has 'mysteriously' changed as fundamental righ
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RPP-N obstructs CA meet over ‘changes in statute draft’ (less than an hour ago)
RPP-N obstructs CA meet over ‘changes in statute draft’
(less than an hour ago) KATHMANDU: The fourth largest party in the Constituent Assembly, Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal, obstructed meeting of the constitution writing body on Friday, arguing that the Constitution Drafting Committee Chairman presented a ‘different’ draft than what the Committee had finalised. The CDC had tabled the first draft of statute to the CA full ... Read Full News
Overhaul in public education system needed, experts say
(1 hour ago) KATHMANDU, JUL 03 - Reforms in selection process of public school teachers and ensuring their commitment towards education are keys to success for public and community schools in the country, educatio
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Driver lands in police net for raping teenager
(5 hours ago) KHOTANG, July 3: A tractor driver has been arrested on the charge of raping a teenage girl. Police have arrested 29-year-old Harka Bahadur Magar alias Baburam of Itahari Municipality-2 for raping 14-
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NC brass draws flak for ‘giving in to leftist agenda’
(today) KATHMANDU, JUL 03 - Several Nepali Congress lawmakers have expressed concerns over the proposed draft of the new constitution and criticised the NC leadership for compromising on fundamental principle
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Adhikari murder case in apex court
(today) KATHMANDU, JUL 03 - A case concerning war-era murder of Krishna Prasad Adhikari of Fujel, Gorkha, has landed in the apex court. A petition was filed in the Supreme Court on Thursday in the name of Ga
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Defying SC order, Bir moves to let out pharmacy to private firm
(today) KATHMANDU, July 3: Despite the Supreme Court (SC) order to run its own dispensary, Bir Hospital is all set to let out the space at its premises set aside for pharmacies to a private firm for Rs 1.575
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Lawmakers take exception to UN official's remarks
(today) KATHMANDU, July 2: Taking strong exception to the distribution of sub-standard food to the earthquake victims by the World Food Program (WFP), several lawmakers on Thursday asked the government to inq
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Women activists to raise stronger voices for citizenship rights
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, July 2: Women leaders and activists have demanded that the citizenships be issued to people in the name of father or mother irrespective of descent. Speaking at an interaction organized by
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Constitution sans identity, federalism not acceptable to FSFN: Yadav
(yesterday) BIRGUNJ: Federal Socialist Forum Nepal Chairman Upendra Yadav said that constitution without identity and federalism would not be acceptable to his party. He made the statement while speaking at a pr
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Moderate tremor of ML5.0 felt in Kathmandu Valley, epicentre in Sindhupalchok
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: A moderate tremor shook the Kathmandu Valley at 7:41 am on Thursday. It was an aftershock of the April 25 earthquake with its epicentre in neighbouring Sindhupalchok district, the National
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‘Citizenship provisions discriminatory’
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: Rights activists have opposed the draft constitution’s citizenship provisions terming them discriminatory. Senior Advocate Sapana Pradhan Malla said if the citizenship by descent was confer
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US-aspirant Nepali students fall prey to swindlers
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, July 2: More than fifty Nepali students aspiring to study in the US fell prey to swindlers in St Lucia, an Island country in North America, after completion of one year in St Lucia. The sc
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Donors favor construction of prefab health facilities
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) has said it will build all health facilities damaged or destroyed during the earthquake using prefab technology. Officials at the MoHP informed that
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Langtang-displaced sweltering in Kathmandu hanker for home
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, July 2: Chhiring Wang Di, 50, doesn't remember when he started tending yaks. For him, life in his village meant taking care of yaks, milking them every day and selling the milk to the local
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National Paddy Day today
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU: The National Paddy Day will be observed across the country on Tuesday, by planting rice seedlings. The Day, observed on the 15th of the Nepali month of Asar, marks the official beginning of
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At least 56 settlements to be relocated
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU: The government has identified more than 56 settlements in five hilly districts that need to be immediately relocated, as the devastating earthquake and subsequent aftershocks have turned th
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Maoist-led bloc for talks to decide demarcation now
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU, JUN 30 - The UCPN (Maoist)-led opposition alliance on Monday decided to start talks with the parties about finalising the demarcation of federal units before constitution promulgation. The
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Interview: NPC will work in coordination with reconstruction authority
(Jun 30) Donors pledged more than US$ 4.4 billion for reconstruction in the International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction (ICNR) held in Kathmandu last week. The Post Disaster Need Assessment (PDNA) repor
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Govt to hike compensation for victims of human wildlife conflicts
(Jun 30) KATHMANDU, June 30: Government is in the final phase of amending the existing directive on compensation for loss of human lives in case of human-animal conflicts. The move to make changes to the direc
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Thief who struck at Samakhusi-based Cooperative after April 25 earthquake held
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU: Metropolitan Police Crime Division said it recently arrested one of three persons involved in the theft at the Samakhusi-based JanaMilan Cooperative on April 26, a day after the devastating
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Four Yarsa pickers go missing in Seti
(Jun 29) DHANGADHI, June 29: Four people went missing while crossing Seti river at Kada-7, Banjh in Bajhang district. Deputy Inspector General of Police Ram Kumar Khanal at the Far-Western Regional Police Of
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Panel endorses constitution draft
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU, JUN 29 - The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) on Sunday endorsed the preliminary draft of the new constitution , which will be tabled in the Constituent Assembly on Monday for delibera
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Drafting panel endorses first draft of new constitution (Jun 29)
Drafting panel endorses first draft of new constitution
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU: The Constitution Drafting Committee completed its task on Sunday, within the given time, by endorsing unanimously the integrated first draft of the new constitution. Some issues were settled on Sunday and incorporated in the first draft while a few others are yet to be settled. As CA members of almost all parties have registered their o ... Read Full News
CDC endorses first draft of constitution
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU, JUN 28 - The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) of the Constituent Assembly (CA) endorsed the preliminary draft of the constitution on Sunday. The draft will be presented at the full hou
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Parties agree on 60/40 ratio for provincial assemblies
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU, June 29: Four major political parties have agreed to allocate 60 percent seats under the First Past the Post (FPTP) electoral system and 40 percent seats under proportional electoral system
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Parties expedite 11th-hour discussions as CDC deadline nears end (Jun 29)
Parties expedite 11th-hour discussions as CDC deadline nears end
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU: As the deadline given to the Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) is going to end today, top leaders of major parties have expedited negotiations to resolve their differences on some disputes in the preliminary draft of the constitution. Signatory parties of the 16-point agreement on June 8 – Nepali Congress, CPN-UML, UCPN-Maoist and M ... Read Full News
65.4 pc in SLC technical category get B
(Jun 29) KATHMANDU, June 29: In the SLC technical category, in which the grading system was introduced for the first time this year, most of the students received B. Of the total 3256 examinees, 65.4 perc
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Four shops looted
(Jun 26) Kanchanpur, June 26: Property worth thousands of hundred was looted last night from four shops near old buspark in Mahendranagar, the district headquarters of Kanchanpur. The District Police Office,
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CA to meet on June 29
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU: Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Chandra Nembang on Thursday scheduled CA meeting for 3:00pm on June 29. The CA’s Constitution Drafting Committee-headed by Krishna Prasad Sitaula is supposed to table the first draft of the new constitution at the full house of the CA on the day as mandated by the CA meeting on June 12. The CDC’s task force headed by Sitaula is working to prepare the first draft of the new constitution.
$4.4 bn committed for recovery, reconstruction
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU: The International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction concluded in Kathmandu today, with the country securing funding commitment of around US$4.4 billion from nations and agencies for reco
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$4.4 billion announced to rebuild Nepal (Jun 26)
$4.4 billion announced to rebuild Nepal
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU, June 26: The International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction (ICNR) held on Thursday concluded with the commitment of overwhelming financial support by Nepal's neighbors, friendly countries and development partners. Nepal will receive a combined amount of US $ 4.4 billion for rebuilding and reconstruction of earthquake damage and ... Read Full News
Fund transparency at heart of reconstruction, says govt
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU, JUN 26 - Assuring transparency and proper utilisation of aid, the government has told the international community that the support will reach the target communities. Prime Minister Sushil
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Donors stress transparency on part of Nepal government in rebuilding efforts (Jun 26)
Donors stress transparency on part of Nepal government in rebuilding efforts
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU: Donor countries and agencies have emphasised that Nepal should spend the post-disaster recovery funds in an effective, efficient and transparent manner. Addressing the International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction in Kathmandu on Thursday, India, China, Japan, USA, UK, European Union, as well as multilateral lending agencies such a ... Read Full News
Budget session from June 30
(Jun 26) KATHMANDU (REPUBLICA): Following the recommendation from the government, President Ram Baran Yadav has summoned the budget session of the parliament from June 30. In the session, the president wi
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Rotten rice in Laprak: Lawmakers find fault in storing
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU: A Parliamentary team concluded that rotten rice supplied to quake-hit people in Laprak village of Gorkha by the United Nations’ World Food Programme was damaged before it was dispatched to
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India, China pledge Rs 176 billion aid
(Jun 25) India has announced to provide assistance of around Rs 100 billion to help Nepal's efforts for post-quake reconstruction, recovery and rebuilding. Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Sworaj
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PM inaugurates International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU: The two-day International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction (ICNR) has begun at the Hotel Soaltee Crown Plaza on Thursday. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala inaugurated the programme. ICNR
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States to have mixed election system
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU: Major political parties today agreed to adopt mixed election system even in states and retain districts to coordinate with local bodies and provinces. Four parties – Nepali Congress, CPN-U
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3 die as quake-damaged houses collapse
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, JUN 25 - Three persons died and three others were injured when earthquake -damaged houses collapsed in Sindhupalchok and Nuwakot districts on Wednesday. Both the incidents happened while lo
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NYT sorry for cruel prank on palace massacre
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, JUN 25 - The New York Times has apologised over leaked photos of its top staff mimicking Nepal’s royal massacre in 2001 that became viral on the social media this week. Two leaked photos p
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Govt sets up fund to funnel all resources for reconstruction
(Jun 25) KATHMANDU, June 25: The government has established a 'reconstruction fund' to funnel all financial resources received in the Prime Minister's Relief Fund, the government's own funds and any assistance
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Why is prez unhappy?
(Jun 24) KATHMANDU, June 24: Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairman Subas Nembang called on President Ram Baran Yadav at the latter’s residence in Sheetal Niwas to discuss constitution writing on Monday. Nembang
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Recent air crashes expose CAAN’s failure
(Jun 24) KATHMANDU: Recent chopper accidents and incidents related to aviation after the April earthquake have yet again exposed the failure of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal to standardise its flight o
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53 countries, agencies confirm participation
(Jun 24) KATHMANDU: Hundreds of delegates from several countries will gather in Kathmandu on Thursday, in a show of solidarity for the country, which suffered huge losses due to the devastating tremors in Apri
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