Nepal | July 16, 2019

Govt sub-panel for revising medical education fees

A government sub-committee, which was formed to study the possibility for revising the fee structure of medical education in the country, has recommended new fee structures for MBBS and BDS programmes....

Kathmandu

US embassy hosts model UN conference

The 2019 Everest International Model United Nations conference kicked off in the capital on Monday....

Nepal

Flood victims concerned about future

Living in the open for a few days now after the recent floods drove them away from home, the flood victims of Rautahat are worried about food and shelter....

World

Floods worsen in India's northeast; rare rhinos in danger

The rain was easing on over parts of Nepal, Bangladesh and India's Bihar state, where thousands have sough shelter in relief camps, officials said....

Opinion

  • EDITORIAL: A futile move

    The government is repeating the same mistake it made some 58 years ago when it set up the National Construction Company Nepal (NCCN)....

  • Vegetable imports: To regulate or not to regulate?

    The government’s decision to make pesticide residue test mandatory for the import of vegetables and fruits, and the subsequent decision to suspend t...

  • EDITORIAL: Stay alert

    The monsoon this year was delayed by a month, but this has not prevented it from leaving behind a trail of destruction across the country, following t...

  • EDITORIAL: A futile move

    The government is repeating the same mistake it made some 58 years ago when it set up the National Construction Company Nepal (NCCN)....

  • Vegetable imports: To regulate or not to regulate?

    The government’s decision to make pesticide residue test mandatory for the import of vegetables and fruits, and the subsequent decision to suspend t...

  • EDITORIAL: Stay alert

    The monsoon this year was delayed by a month, but this has not prevented it from leaving behind a trail of destruction across the country, following t...

Business

Malaysia seized $240 mln from Chinese company over pipeline project: PM Mahathir

Malaysia, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad

Malaysia seized more than 1 billion ringgit ($243.5 million) from a bank account of state-owned China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering (CPP) over incomplete pipeline projects, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Monday....

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