Nepal | 06 Jul, 2015

Greeks defy Europe with overwhelming referendum ‘No’

A woman holds the flag of Greece and a poster in favour of the 'NO' campaign, at the 'Greek solidarity festival' in Trafalgar Square, London, Britain, July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Greeks voted overwhelmingly "No" on Sunday in a historic bailout referendum, partial results showed, defying warnings from across Europe that rejecting new austerity terms for fresh financial aid would set their country on a path out of the euro. ...

Kathmandu

Police app for better security in Valley

Hamro-Police-app

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner's Office introduced a mobile app that is expected to help members of the public report criminal incidents and get related information...

Nepal

Bribe-taking engineers caught red-handed

Accused engineers Ishwari Prasad and Mishra with the bribe money on Sunday. Photo: Shreeram Sigdel

The duo had allegedly demanded the kickback from the Semarhawa Tilakpur Irrigation Users' Committee to approve the project. But the anti-corruption constitutional body was tipped-off and deployed a team to nab them...

World

Two killed in street revels in Chile after soccer win, reports local media

Chile's fans clash with riot police after celebrations in winning the Copa America 2015 final soccer match against Argentina became unruly at Plaza Italia in downtown Santiago, July 4, 2015.  Photo: Reuters

Two people were killed and several others injured in Santiago when a car slammed into street revelers celebrating host Chile's triumph in the Copa America soccer tournament, local radio Bio-Bio reported on Sunday....

Opinion

  • Controversial clause

    Conversion of religion should be strictly punishable by law as there are countless cases of conversion under monetary and other temptations ...

  • OPINION-WAR

    Escalating Arab wars: Poisonous identity politics

    Averting further catastrophic violence in the region will require that governments go back to basics, introduce inclusive political processes, end s...

  • Family farming

    Small-scale family farmers feed 70% of the world’s population, and a majority of them are in Asia and Pacific. The United Nations declared 2014 as...

  • Controversial clause

    Conversion of religion should be strictly punishable by law as there are countless cases of conversion under monetary and other temptations ...

  • OPINION-WAR

    Escalating Arab wars: Poisonous identity politics

    Averting further catastrophic violence in the region will require that governments go back to basics, introduce inclusive political processes, end s...

  • Family farming

    Small-scale family farmers feed 70% of the world’s population, and a majority of them are in Asia and Pacific. The United Nations declared 2014 as...

Business

Interview with President of Gionee

PHOTO: BALKRISHNA THAPA CHHETRI

William Lu, the President of Gionee Communication Equipment Company Ltd, spoke to Surendra Tandukar of THT Perspectives about the performance of Gionee in the Nepali market. ...

Sports

Entertainment

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