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Hold FSU polls within 3 months, orders SC
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, April 21: The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday issued a mandamus order to hold election of Free Students Union (FSU) within three months. Stating that FSU poll was not held since six years, a
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PM Leaves for Jakarta from Bangkok
(yesterday) Suvarnabhumi International Airport (Bangkok), April 21: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has left Bangkok this morning for Jakarta in connection with his visit to Indonesia for participating in the 60th
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Swine flu cases up in Chitwan
(yesterday) CHITWAN: Though swine flu cases are going up in Chitwan no fatalities have been reported in the district in recent days. According to data with the district public health office, a total of 166 perso
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13 More Confirmed Swine Flu Patients in Chitwan (yesterday)
13 More Confirmed Swine Flu Patients in Chitwan
(yesterday) Ratnanagar (Chitwan), April 21: Thirteen more people here have caught swine flu lately. The recent report of the Public Health Office Chitwan revealed that 10 people from Chitwan, two from Nawalparasi and one from Udayapur were found contracted swine flu. According to a health officer at the Office, Ram Kumar KC, among the 56 tests conducted rece ... Read Full News
Opposition front leaders feel let down
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: With the decision of Unified CPN-Maoist to let the process of constitution drafting proceed, the constituent parties of the 30-party alliance are uncertain about their next move. “We have b
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Govt revokes hike in school fees
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The government has decided to revoke the decision to hike tuition fees in schools. The meeting held between agitating student unions aligned to political parties and Ministry of Education
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Wild yak spotted after 50 years
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, April 21 : In yet another striking example of Nepal's success in wildlife conservation, the regionally extinct wild yak (bos grunniens) has been spotted in Limi valley of Humla district. Th
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13 more confirmed swine flu patients in Chitwan
(yesterday) The recent report of the Public Health Office Chitwan revealed that 10 people from Chitwan, two from Nawalparasi and one from Udayapur were found contracted swine flu. According to a health officer
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Former NAFEA President Bataju dies of swine flu
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU: Former President of the Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies (NAFEA) Som Lal Bataju died of swine flu in the wee hours of Monday. Bataju (68), who was admitted at the Dhapasi-b
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Ruling parties determined to proceed with CA process
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU: A meeting of ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UML held this morning at Prime Minister Sushil Koirala’s residence decided to hold “decisive” talks with the main opposition party, Unified CPN-M
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Melamchi bank guarantee writ quashed
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU: Patan Court of Appeals today quashed a writ petition filed by Himalayan Bank and Bank of Kathmandu, seeking an interim order against the payment of Rs 1.5 billion as counter guarantee to Me
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NC, UML for forwarding agreed upon issues to drafting committee
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU, April 20:The ruling Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN-UML have decided to send the agreed upon issues in constitution writing to the drafting committee of the Constituent Assembly (CA) if there
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Truck kills college student
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU, April 20: A pedestrian was killed in a road accident in Chabahil on Sunday morning. Bal Kumari Dahal, 21, of Okhaldhunga, died after a mini-truck, Ba 1 Kha 9112, knocked her down at an inn
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More samples from Jajarkot test positive for swine flu
(Apr 19) KATHMANDU, April 19: Swine flu has been confirmed in eight samples out of 18 brought from Jajarkot district gripped by the outbreak of seasonal flu. The blood samples from 18 patients were collected
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141 houses facing landslide risk
(Apr 19) Dolpa, April 19: More than 141 houses from Juphal VDC-6, 7 and 8 are facing high risk of landslide, according to a study. An expert team come from Nepalgunj which also included Chief District Officer
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Three more die; Jajarkot flu toll 24
(Apr 19) JAJARKOT: Three more persons succumbed to flu in Jajarkot pushing the death toll to 24 since the epidemic started three weeks ago. Amrita Adhikari, just 27days old, of Pajaru VDC-5 died yesterday. Sh
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NSU's Pressure for Constitution
(Apr 19) Kathmandu, April 19: The student wing of the ruling Nepali Congress, Nepal Students' Union, took out a cycle rally on the occasion of its 45th establishment day. The rally was also for a pressure to t
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With 2 years left, Obama getting tough on critics
(Apr 19) WASHINGTON, April 19: Just as Congress is hitting something of a bipartisan stride on such issues as Medicare, Iran and trade, President Barack Obama and his White House team have decided to go after
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CA faced with no option but to draft constitution: CA Chair Nembang
(Apr 19) LALITPUR, April 19: Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Nembang on Saturday said the current Constituent Assembly was faced with no other options but to draft a federal democratic constitution. Inaug
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Youths with established callings also chase Korea dream
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU, April 18: Her face was shining against the drizzle while her well-dressed look caught everyone's eye. Anjana Shrestha appeared extremely relaxed in tight black jeans and a red waterproof j
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Three more succumb to flu
(Apr 18) JAJARKOT: Three more persons have succumbed to swine flu and seasonal flu that have gripped the Jajarkot district, pushing the death toll to 21. The latest victims are a 26-day-old infant Ritu Tamata
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Yawning gap between promises and delivery
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU: A year has passed since the deadliest avalanche on Mt Everest buried 16 mountaineering support staff and guides but the government and mountaineering authorities have not yet addressed the
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UML may quit govt:Bidhya Bhandari
(Apr 18) POKHARA, April 17: CPN (UML) vice-chairwoman Bidhya Devi Bhandari has said that her party could quit the government if there was dillydally in the constitution writing. Inaugurating the seventh distr
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Amend 35-day statute of limitations for rape cases: SC
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU, April 18: The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the government to follow its previous order to amend the Civil Code provision that set 35-day statute of limitations for rape cases. A spec
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Nepali migrants facing abuse, exploitation in Malaysia'
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU, APR 18 - Nepali migrant workers in Malaysia are suffering from worst kind of human rights violation owing to the institutional failure of both labour receiving and sending governments to en
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President condoles former PM Thapa's demise
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, April 17: President Dr Ram Baran Yadav has said the passing away of Surya Bahadur Thapa, who was an adept and experieanced politician and had shouldered the grave responsibility of the nati
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Illegal Nepalis face inhuman treatment in Malaysia
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU: UCPN-Maoist leader Narayan Kaji Shrestha today said Nepali workers kept in deport centres and detention camps in Malaysia faced inhuman treatment and were being forced to eat beef against t
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ACC to let two associate nations play Asia Cup
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, April 17: Asian Cricket Council (ACC) on Thursday confirmed that two associate nations will get a chance to feature in the 2016 Asia Cup along with the four Test-playing nations -India, Pak
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Rhino counting in Shuklaphanta from today
(Apr 17) Bhimduttanagar, April 17: The rhino counting has begun in Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve of Kanchanpur on Friday. According to the information provided by the Reserve Office, the counting will start f
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Thapa: An astute politician
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, APR 17 - Surya Bahadur Thapa, who served as the head of government five times, was the country’s biggest political survivor. He remained at the centre of politics during three different era
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Thapa to be cremated with state honours today (Apr 17)
Thapa to be cremated with state honours today
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU: The government today decided to declare holiday tomorrow to mourn the death of former prime minister and senior leader of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party Surya Bahadur Thapa. The last rites of five-time prime minister and Constituent Assembly member Thapa, who died in a hospital in Gurgaon, on the outskirts of New Delhi on Wednesday nigh ... Read Full News
14 districts yet to submit party membership forms
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, APR 17 - Despite repeated calls from Sanepa, 14 district chapters of the Nepali Congress are yet to submit "active membership" forms to the party headquarters. NC leaders said a factional
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India provides 35 vehicles to CIAA
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, APR 16 - The Government of India has gifted 35 vehicles to the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA). Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae handed over the keys of
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Encroachment of hospital land goes unchecked
(Apr 16) BUTWAL, APR 16 - Around two bighas of land belonging to Butwal -based Lumbini Zonal Hospital in Rupandehi district has been found encroached upon by various individuals and institutions. Local stakeh
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Ex-PM Thapa's body likely to be brought today
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU: Arrangements are being made to bring the body of former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa, who died at a hospital in Gurgaon of India last night, to Nepal today. According to a source clo
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Rs 7.78 million in unsettled accounts at parliament secretariat
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, April 16: The Auditor General's annual report has found Rs 7.78 million rupees in unsettled accounts in the expenses of the parliament secretariat during the last fiscal year (2013/14). Th
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Republica scribe Poudel feted with journalism award
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, April 16: Republica Daily scribe Arjun Poudel has been awarded Health Reporting Award by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for his exceptional effort in reporting h
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Maoists ‘ready’ for compromise
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, APR 16 - The UCPN (Maoist) has said that it is ready to make a compromise on the issues of federalism if the ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UML agree to make more concessions on the elector
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Bad weather confines mountaineers in tents
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, APR 16 - Strong winds together with heavy snowfall have confined hundreds of climbers to their tents, affecting their preparations to summit Mt Everest before the end of the spring climbing
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Deaths linked to swine flu
(Apr 15) KATHMANDU/JAJARKOT, APR 15 - The National Public Health Laboratory on Tuesday confirmed that three of the 10 samples collected from patients in Jajarkot tested positive for swine flu. A hitherto unkno
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SAARC transport ministerial meet to finalize SAARC motor vehicles and railways agreements
(Apr 15) KATHMANDU, April 15: A South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Transport Ministerial Meeting scheduled to be held in Kathmandu in June is set to finalize the SAARC Motor Vehicle Agree
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Birgunj shooting suspect made public
(Apr 13) BIRGUNJ, April 13: Police on Monday arrested an Indian national in connection to Birgunj shooting on Sunday evening. 19-year-old sharp shooter Rabi Singh alias Akshya Ram of Muzaffarpur, Bihar was ma
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Man arrested in connection with Father Ganfney's murder
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, April 21: After 18 years, police have arrested a man for his involvement in the murder of Father Tom Ganfney. Dhal Bahadur Khadka has been detained for his alleged involvement in the high
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NIC's National Convention on May 9-11
(yesterday) Belauri (Kanchanpur), April 21: Nepal Intellectuals Council (NIC) affiliated to the CPN-UML has decided to hold its national convention on coming May 9 and 11. The convention is being held under the
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UCPN-M agrees to resume CA process
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: A meeting of the top leaders of the three major parties today agreed in principle to continue the stalled process of the Constituent Assembly from April 23. As per the understanding reache
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Swine flu cases up in Chitwan (yesterday)
Swine flu cases up in Chitwan
(yesterday) HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE CHITWAN: Though swine flu cases are going up in Chitwan no fatalities have been reported in the district in recent days. According to data with the district public health office, a total of 166 persons out of 503 persons tested positive for swine flu. Despite the high number of cases, just one patient is undergoing treatme ... Read Full News
NAFEA ex-prez dies of swine flu
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: Former president of the Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies Somlal Bataju died of swine flu early this morning. Bataju, 58, proprietor of Dhapasi-based SOS Manpower Services, w
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3 weeks into deadly flu, docs flown to Jajarkot
(yesterday) JAJARKOT, April 21: Doctors have finally rushed to the affected villages of Jajarkot district three weeks into the deadly flu outbreak that has already claimed 24 lives and infected over 10,000 locals
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Madhes-based parties give mixed reaction
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, April 21: Leaders from Madhes-based parties have given mixed reaction to the understanding reached between the three major political parties on Monday. Chairman of the Madhesi People's Rig
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Dr KC leaves for Jajarkot
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU, April 20: Senior orthopedic surgeon and professor at Institute of Medicine Dr Govinda KC left for Jajarkot on Monday to treat patients suffering from the outbreak of seasonal flu that has a
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FM Pandey Moots for Direct Air Flight between Nepal and Indonesia
(Apr 20) Kathmandu, April 20: Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey, who is currently in Jakarta to attend the Asian-African Ministerial Meeting, has met with his Indonesian counterpart Retno Ma
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PM Koirala leaving for Jakarta today (Apr 20)
PM Koirala leaving for Jakarta today
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU, April 20: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala is leaving for Jakarta, Indonesia, on Monday, leading a Nepalese delegation to attend the Asian-African Summit to be held on April 22-23. Prime Minister Koirala will also attend a commemorative event that will be organized on April 24 in Bandung on the occasion of the 60th Anniversary of 1955 Asia ... Read Full News
Nine climbers duped of their millions
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU: The first-ever case of fraud has been reported in more than 50-year history of mountaineering expeditions in Nepal after foreign climbers were duped of millions of rupees by an expedition o
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Commentary: Jajarkot is dying, do something!
(Apr 20) Little after six years of a deadly epidemic that claimed more than 230 lives, Jajarkot is dying once again. As of today, at least 24 people have lost their lives, and hundreds more are on the verge of
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House panel asks CIAA to probe Rs 29.6m fraud case
(Apr 20) KATHMANDU, April 20: The parliament's Committee for Social Justice and Human Rights has directed the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) to probe into a case of fraud involvi
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Case filed against Radio Nepal officer
(Apr 19) KATHMANDU, April 19: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Sunday filed a charge sheet at the Special Court against Administrative Officer Suresh Kumar Bajracharya of ‪‎
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Truck hit kills student in Chabahil
(Apr 19) KATHMANDU: Tension ran high in Chabahil area after a truck hit a student near the Gopi Krishna Cinema Hall in Chabahil on Sunday. According to the Metropolitan Police Circle, Gaushala, Bal Kumari Dah
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Pedestrian killed in capital road accident (Apr 19)
Pedestrian killed in capital road accident
(Apr 19) KATHMANDU, April 19: A pedestrian was killed in a road accident here in Chabahil on Sunday morning. The deceased has been identified as Bal Kumari Dahal, 21, of Bingutar VDC of Okhaldhunga district. A mini-truck, Ba 1 Kha 9112, had knocked her down at a bridge near Gopikirishna film hall at around 9.15 this morning. Dahal, who seriously injured in ... Read Full News
Tree crushes three members of family to death
(Apr 19) PANCHTHAR: Three members of a family from Prangbung of the district have died after they were crushed by a tree crumbled with storm. Shree Prasad Khapangi (52), his 17-year-old son Manoj, and 19-year
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One electrocuted
(Apr 19) Phalebas (Parbat), April 19: A person from Shalija VDC-8 of the district died after he accidentally got electric shock on Saturday night. Prem Purja, 35, got the shock while fixing a fuse on transfor
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Rukum folks worried
(Apr 19) RUKUM: The death toll in Jajarkot has got residents of neighbouring Rukum district worried. A few years ago, a number of people died in Rukum due to diarrhoea outbreak that had spread from Jajarkot. R
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Evana Manandhar is Miss Nepal 2015
(Apr 19) KATHMANDU, April 19: Evana Manandhar of Kathmandu was crowned as Miss Nepal 2015 amid a special event at Hotel Annapurna on Saturday. Miss Nepal 2014 Subin Limbu placed the coveted crown on new Miss
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NSU's pressure for constitution
(Apr 19) KATHMANDU, April 19: The student wing of the ruling Nepali Congress, Nepal Students' Union, took out a cycle rally on the occasion of its 45th establishment day. The rally was also for a pressure to t
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4 boys being trafficked to India intercepted
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU, April 18: Metropolitan Police Sector Office, Nagdhunga on Thursday rescued four boys of 8-10 years of age from Nagdhunga, a major exit-entry point in Kathmandu, while they were allegedly be
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CA to be deferred by five or more days
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU: Constituent Assembly meeting will be deferred for the third time on Sunday without taking up its agenda. Earlier, two consecutive meetings did not enter the CA’s agenda due to the demise of
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Final rites of ex PM Thapa performed
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU, April 17: The final rites of former prime minister Surya Bahadur Thapa was performed with state honors at Aryaghat, Pashupati today. The final rites were attended by Constituent Assembly C
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Amputee in second bid to scale Everest
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU: A former US Marine who lost his right leg and several fingers in an explosion in Afghanistan is making a second attempt to scale Mount Everest to inspire others like him, a year after an av
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Dacoits emboldened as police look the other way
(Apr 18) JHAPA, April 18: Former police personnel Dev Kumar Shrestha was killed by a group of dacoits on Sunday night. Shrestha, 50, had sustained serious injuries to his head and chest in the attack in Prithv
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PM to attend Asian-African summit in Jakarta
(Apr 18) KATHMANDU, APR 18 - Prime Minister Sushil Koirala is scheduled to attend the Asian-African Summit to be held in Jakarta on April 22 and 23. He wil leave for Indonesia on Monday. The summit will be fo
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Ex-Marine amputee begins 2nd attempt to scale Everest
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, Nepal, April 17: A former U.S. Marine who lost his right leg and several fingers in an explosion in Afghanistan is making a second attempt to scale Mount Everest to inspire others like him,
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Supreme Court orders closure of Godawari Marble
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court today ordered the closure of Godawari Marble Industries Pvt Ltd, the only marble manufacturer in the country. A bench of Justices Sushila Karki, Gobind Kumar Upadhaya and
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Thapa's mortal remains flown back for last tributes
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, April 17: The government has decided to pay last tributes with state honors to former prime minister Surya Bahadur Thapa, who passed away last night at a hospital in New Delhi while undergo
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Tributes paid to the late leader Thapa (Apr 17)
Tributes paid to the late leader Thapa
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, April 16: Relatives of the late leader Surya Bahadur Thapa, former Prime Ministers and political leaders paid tributes to him this evening. The body of veteran leader Thapa, who passed away in course of treatment in the New Delhi-based Medanta Hospital, last night, was brought to his residence at Maligaun in the capital in the evening. ... Read Full News
3 children drown, 2 men die in fall
(Apr 17) DHANGADHI, April 17: Grief-stricken, Purna Nath ran uncontrollably towards a jeep that had just reached Seti Zonal Hospital. The jeep was carrying the bodies of her two children. Two persons stood by,
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Govt forms panel to tackle outbreak
(Apr 17) JAJARKOT/KATHMANDU, APR 17 - A Cabinet meeting on Thursday formed a four-member central coordination committee led by Chief Secretary Leela Mani Paudyal to ensure adequate response at the disease out
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Flu claims two more life‚ death toll climbs to 20 (Apr 17)
Flu claims two more life‚ death toll climbs to 20
(Apr 17) JAJARKOT: Two more lives have been claimed by the H1N1 virus in Jajarkot. The death toll from Swine Flu has climbed to 20. The deceased has been identified as 50- years-old Badi Tamata of Arthina and newborn (26 days) Ritu Tamata of Pjaru VDC-4. Badi died on Friday morning while newborn died on Thursday evening. ... Read Full News
Contractor throws board into tizzy
(Apr 17) KATHMANDU, APR 17 - A senior official at the Melamchi Water Supply Development Board has raised questions about the “seriousness” of the new Italian contractor of the Melamchi project as it started se
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Govt declares nat’l holiday on Friday
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, APR 16 - The government has decided to declare a national holiday on Friday to mourn the demise of former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa. The Ministry of Home Affairs has forwarded the
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Bandung notion still relevant and important for world peace and prosperity: Foreign experts
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, April 16: Various foreign experts have underlined the need of effective enforcement of Bandung Conference as it is big milestone to enhance diplomatic relations between Asian and African co
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Jajarkot outbreak spreads to 4 more VDCs
(Apr 16) JAJARKOT, April 16: Instead of subsiding, the 'mystery' disease in Jajarkot has been noticed in four more VDCs of the district. Now increasingly termed a 'seasonal flu', one more person succumbed to t
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Flu epidemic looms over Jajarkot (Apr 16)
Flu epidemic looms over Jajarkot
(Apr 16) JAJARKOT: The government’s inadequate efforts and local health agencies’ sheer negligence have increased the risk of seasonal flu outbreak assuming epidemic proportions in Jajarkot. With 58-year-old Dal Bahadur Shahi of Talegaun VDC succumbing to the flu today, death toll from the seasonal flu in the district has reached 17. More than 2,500 people ... Read Full News
PM to visit India in June to attend first SAU convocation
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, April 16: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala is visiting India in June to take part in the first ever convocation ceremony of South Asian University established by the South Asian Association of
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Ex-PM Thapa, 88, dies in Delhi hospital
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, APR 16 - Former Prime Minister and Rastriya Prajatantra Party Chairman Surya Bahadur Thapa, 88, died in course of treatment at Medanta Hospital in New Delhi on Wednesday night. Thapa was k
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Former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa no more (Apr 16)
Former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa no more
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU, April 16: Former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa passed away in course of treatment in India on Wednesday, Rastriya Prajatantra Party Deputy Spokesperson Kiran Giri said. He was 88. Thapa had undergone surgery at Medanta Hospital on Friday. Thapa was believed to be recovering after the surgery, Giri said. Thapa who originally hails ... Read Full News
Lax response delays disease confirmation
(Apr 16) KATHMANDU/JAJARKOT, APR 16 - The failure of the government team to bring the blood samples from swine flu affected villages in Jajarkot district has delayed the test and medical intervention, official
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Valley announced plastic bag-free zone
(Apr 15) KATHMANDU, APR 15 - Marking the Nepali New Year, the government on Tuesday declared Kathmandu valley a polythene bag-free zone. The Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology made the declaration
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Thousands gather to observe flower that blooms only on New Years
(Apr 15) LAHAN, April 15: Thousands of people, both foreign and local, gathered in Salhesh Garden of Siraha district to watch a strange flower blossom on Tuesday, the day of Nepali New Year. The garden, which
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Govt spent Rs 8.6b to reconstruct conflict-ravaged infrastructures
(Apr 14) KATHMANDU, April 14: Although the government has already spent more than eight billion rupees for reconstruction of the physical infrastructures destroyed during the decade-long Maoist insurgency, as
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Four girls jump into Mahakali river after they fail school exams
(Apr 13) DARCHULA, April 13: Four female students have jumped into the Mahakali River after they failed school exams on Monday morning. Those who have jumped into the river are Mamata Chunara, 14, Nitu Lohar,
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