Nepal | January 20, 2019

‘Co-chairs not helping task force’

The nine-member task force of Nepal Communist party (NCP) has failed to prepare a roadmap for unification of the party’s lower committees due to conflicting factional interests and ‘non-cooperation’ from the two chairpersons of the party....

Kathmandu

Parliament is supreme, nobody is above the law: PM Oli on Dr KC

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli faced and responded to various lawmakers' questions at a meeting of the Business Advisory Committee of the House of Representatives, today....

Nepal

Government trying to cover up aircraft purchase scam: Paudel

Senior Nepali Congress leader Ramchandra Paudel on Friday accused the government of trying to cover up details of the wide-body aircraft deal from people....

World

Mexican pipeline explosion kills 73, leaves nightmare of ash

Gerardo Perez returned Saturday to the scorched field in central Mexico where he’d seen an illegal pipeline tap burst into flames to see if he could recognize missing friends. ...

Opinion

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    EDITORIAL: Launch enquiry

    As many as 55 Nepalis have invested in foreign countries, mostly in tax haven countries, violating the domestic laws and Anti-Money Laundering Act, ac...

  • Manang’s dilemma: pending burden

    The people of Manang welcome visitors and, like the rest of Nepal, understand how vital the sector can be for the country’s development. Yet, like o...

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    EDITORIAL: Act with urgency

    The government has decided to stop the printing of smart driving licences after the company responsible for this failed to meet the standard set. ...

  • THT logo

    EDITORIAL: Launch enquiry

    As many as 55 Nepalis have invested in foreign countries, mostly in tax haven countries, violating the domestic laws and Anti-Money Laundering Act, ac...

  • Manang’s dilemma: pending burden

    The people of Manang welcome visitors and, like the rest of Nepal, understand how vital the sector can be for the country’s development. Yet, like o...

  • THT logo

    EDITORIAL: Act with urgency

    The government has decided to stop the printing of smart driving licences after the company responsible for this failed to meet the standard set. ...

Business

Government gives green light to train purchase, ship office

Announcing cabinet decisions on Thursday, Minister of Communication and Information Technology Gokul Baskota said that the government has authorised the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transportation to procure railway carriages....

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