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Kathmandu, Nepal–Shepard from ethnic Bhote community attired in traditional dress herding sheeps at the bushes in mountainous district Bajura, Sunday. Image courtesy to: Nimendra Shahi.... Read More »

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KATHMANDU, Nepal–1st Winner – Students loose themselves in the muddy fields of Sthali, Kavre-8 to mark Asar 15 celebrations (Rice Plantation Day). The National Paddy Day is of great significance to the largely... Read More »

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MDRES identifies 31 children for scholarship

MDRES identifies 31 children for scholarshipKATHMANDU, Nepal–Mountaineering Disaster Relief and Educational Support (MDRES) Fund Committee has identified 31 orphan children of the deceased mountaineers swept away by the Everest avalanche this summer. During... Read More »

Nepal makes thin progress in HDR value

Nepal makes thin progress in HDR valueKATHMANDU, Nepal- Nepal has improved its human development index (HDI) value in the latest Human Development Report (HDR) 2014. According to the HDR 2014 launched on Thursday, Nepal’s HDI... Read More »

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Govt reiterates commitment to double tigers’ population by 2022

Govt reiterates commitment to double tigers’ population by 2022

KATHMANDU, Nepal–The government has reiterated its commitment to carry out proactive measures to double the tigers’ population... Read More »

Govt likely to relax gulf ban on female workers

Govt likely to relax gulf ban on female workers

KATHMANDU, Nepal–The government of Nepal is all set to relax the ban on Nepali women travelling to... Read More »

Aircraft wheels punctures while landing at TIA

Aircraft wheels punctures while landing at TIA

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Rear left wheels of an airplane punctured while landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Monday... Read More »

Profiling of 492 peaks begins

Profiling of 492 peaks begins

KATHMANDU, Nepal– The government of Nepal has started profiling nearly 492 peaks in the country. Based on... Read More »

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Kathmandu, Nepal–Shepard from ethnic Bhote community attired in traditional dress herding sheeps at the bushes in mountainous... Read More »

MDRES identifies 31 children for scholarship

MDRES identifies 31 children for scholarship

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Mountaineering Disaster Relief and Educational Support (MDRES) Fund Committee has identified 31 orphan children of the... Read More »

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India PM Modi overtakes White House on Twitter

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has narrowly overtaken the White House on Twitter, a study of political use of the social network has found. His account @NarendraModi has 4.99m followers, ahead of the@WhiteHouse account which has 4.98m followers. Mr Modi’s huge victory in the recent general election was partly credited to a well-organised social media campaign. The leader...

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Oli is new captain of CPN-UML

After months-long intense campaign and fierce competition between two rival panels, KP Sharma Oli has been elected CPN-UML party chairperson by a narrow margin from the party’s ninth general convention held here in Kathmandu. UML parliamentary party leader Oli secured 1,047 votes while his competitor former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal got 1,003 votes when...

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Oli is new captain of CPN-UML

In Memory of Andres Escobar

For the football world, Andres Escobar was a talented defender from Medellin side Atletico Nacional and the Colombian national team. Twenty years ago, Escobar was shot six times outside a bar in Medellin, where he had been insulted by his fellow countrymen for his own goal at USA World Cup in 1994. The Escobar family...

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In Memory of Andres Escobar

Felicitations continue for Teriya Magar

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Teriya Magar, winner of DID L’il Masters 2014, was felicitated by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Local Development Prakash Man Singh during a program at Gwarko, Lalitpur on Sunday. A resident of Butwal, Teriya showed off her dancing skills and won the Indian dance competition on June 21. The felicitation program was organized...

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Felicitations continue for Teriya Magar

Career goal to be a civil engineer

KATHMANDU, Nepal – He seems quite serious as if he were a philosopher. He cannot stop throwing a glance over any new things (book or newspapers) whenever he finds on table and his curious mind forces him to ask a charter of questions like an explorer. “How many research works have been carried out by...

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Career goal to be a civil engineer

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Govt reiterates commitment to double tigers’ population by 2022

Govt reiterates commitment to double tigers’ population by 2022

KATHMANDU, Nepal–The government has reiterated its commitment to carry out proactive measures to double the tigers’ population by 2022. While observing the International Tiger Day, the government repeated its commitment... Read More »

Govt likely to relax gulf ban on female workers

Govt likely to relax gulf ban on female workers

KATHMANDU, Nepal–The government of Nepal is all set to relax the ban on Nepali women travelling to Gulf countries to serve as... Read More »

MDRES identifies 31 children for scholarship

MDRES identifies 31 children for scholarship

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Mountaineering Disaster Relief and Educational Support (MDRES) Fund Committee has identified 31 orphan children of the deceased mountaineers swept away by... Read More »

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Emergency Drill carries out at TIA

Emergency Drill carries out at TIA

KATHMANDU, Nepal– As a part of preparation to prevent any untoward incident in Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), a Full Scale Emergency Drill... Read More »

New radar system on card to prevent air crash

New radar system on card to prevent air crash

KATHMANDU, Nepal–With an aim to help prevent air accident during bad weather, Nepal is improving air transport safety by setting up a... Read More »

Earthworms hinder flight at TIA

Earthworms hinder flight at TIA

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), the sole international airport of the country has been compelled to delay international flights, both arriving and departing, due to the presence of a huge... Read More »

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One suicide a day in Kathmandu

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Youth and adolescents, divorcees, single and living alone, are taking their lives voluntarily due to family frustration and relationship issues, according to investigating officials.  According to Nepal Police Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Office, unemployment, financial pressure and failure to achieve success among others are the factors that have been attributed as major causes leading people...

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One suicide a day in Kathmandu

Flood wreak havoc in far-western region

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Incessant rainfall for the past three days have wreaked havoc in Kanchanpur, Baitadi, Dadeldhura and Kailali districts situated in the far western region of Nepal, displacing hundreds of families. Two people were swept away and around 300 families were displaced while dozens of houses were flooded sweeping 200 ropanis of farmland. According to police,...

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Flood wreak havoc in far-western region

Tourism top priority of Govt

KATHMANDU, Nepal–The government has put priority on tourism sector in the country. While announcing the budget for fiscal year 2014/15, Finance Minister Dr Ram Sharan Mahat stressed on the development of tourism infrastructures. The government has set aside Rs 3.92 billion for tourism related infrastructure development and culture promotional programs. Similarly, it has allocated Rs...

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Tourism top priority of Govt

Nepal government’s policies and programs: not change-oriented

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Nepal’s President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav Sunday announced the annual policies and programs of Nepal government in the Legislative-Parliament. The annual policies and programs made public prior to the imminent budget speech underline peace, constitution and economic development as the priorities. They promise to create employment for hundreds of thousands. These are positive promises. A high...

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Nepal government’s policies and programs: not change-oriented

Govt fails to give top priority to science and technology

KATHMANDU, Nepal–The government failed to give top priority to science and technology though the world has already transformed into a global village following the speedy progress of technology. Though five months have passed since the Prime Minister Sushil Koirala assumed his office, the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment, instituted in 1996 A.D. for the...

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