Nepal | July 17, 2019

Flood victims left in a lurch

After being displaced from their homes, majority of families of the Dalit settlement in Badaharwa in Durga Bhagawati Rural Municipality are now living in the open on the western banks of the Bagmati River....

Kathmandu

New strategic plan to bolster people’s trust in judiciary

The Supreme Court has made public the fourth five-year strategic plan of the judiciary, which comes into effect from today....

Nepal

40 per cent fisheries destroyed in Bara district

Floods triggered by incessant rainfall have destroyed around 40 per cent fisheries in Bara....

World

Millions stranded in India as early monsoon downpours bring flood havoc

At least 153 people have been killed in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Parts of Pakistan have also seen flooding....

Opinion

  • EDITORIAL: Inept Speaker

    It is a matter of utmost regret that the meeting of the House of Representatives has been adjourned till July 23 at a time when it should have been ho...

  • Civic awareness: It begins in school

    Once I saw my 7-year-old boy giggling over a matter which was not funny at all. He burst into laughter when he saw his friend in an old car near the s...

  • 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)....

  • EDITORIAL: Inept Speaker

    It is a matter of utmost regret that the meeting of the House of Representatives has been adjourned till July 23 at a time when it should have been ho...

  • Civic awareness: It begins in school

    Once I saw my 7-year-old boy giggling over a matter which was not funny at all. He burst into laughter when he saw his friend in an old car near the s...

  • 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)....

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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