Nepal | June 27, 2019

First Kashmiri woman on Everest 'morphed' photograph to receive summit certificate?

Fellow climbers also claimed that Nahida had never reached the summit of Mt Everest on May 22 while her climbing guide Nima Kancha Sherpa abandoned her at the South Col. Bhawna, a member of Eco Everest Expedition led by Anita Devi, had, however, scaled Mt Everest on May 22, according to a DoT official....

  • Father held for raping 15-year-old daughter in Bara

    A man has been held on the charge of raping his 15-year-old daughter in Bhamaratole of Nijgadh Municipality-9 in Bara district, the police said on Wed...

  • Plastic-tents replace sheds; Far-west sees continuation of Chhaupadi

    The death of Amma Bohora of Pandusen, Budhinanda Municipality-9 and her two sons in a chhaugoth (a small shed like structure used by females to take s...

  • Samajwadi leader arrested for brawling with Birgunj mayor

    Samajwadi Party, Parsa leader Ajay Chaurasiya has been arrested after his cadres brawled with mayor of Birgunj Metropolitan City, Bijay Kumar Sarawagi...

  • 3 dead , 4 hurt as tractor carrying students overturns in Achham

    As many as three persons died on the spot and four others sustained injuries after the tractor they were travelling on overturned in Chaurpati Rural M...

Kathmandu

Locals remind MPs to withdraw Guthi Bill

Locals of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur districts staged a demonstration on Monday evening reminding the lawmakers to withdraw the Guthi Bill registered in the National Assembly....

  • Committee formed to probe radiation leakage at Bir Hospital

    Ministry of Health and Population on Monday formed a high level committee to probe into leakage of radiation from CT scan room of Bir Hospital....

  • 80pc of diesel engine vehicles fail 'surprise' emission test

    As many as 80 per cent of the diesel engine vehicles that underwent a sudden emission test failed the test held at Bhadrakali on Tuesday evening....

  • Torture in detention up by five per cent: Report

    Rate of torture in detention in the country has increased by five per cent over the past three years, according to a report....

  • PM skips House meet raising lawmakers’ ire

    Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Tuesday skipped the question-answer session of the House of Representatives citing ‘busy schedule’, riling lawmake...

Nepal

Quota rule for foreign medical students not violated: BPKIHS

BP Koirala Institute of Health and Sciences has clarified that the quota it allocated for foreign students is in consonance with the National Medical Education Act....

World

Pompeo pledges close cooperation with India but trade, defence issues unresolved

The disputes have led to higher trade tariffs by the two countries and created unease over the depth of their security alliance....

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Japan to hire only nurses from Nepal this year

Ministry of Labour and Employment

Though there has been talk about Nepali foreign job aspirants being able to go to Japan to seek employment in various sectors, the Japanese government has said that only nurses will be hired this year. ...

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