Nepal | June 21, 2019

Three HC judges face punitive action

The Judicial Council on Wednesday sought explanation from three Biratnagar High Court judges for passing erroneous orders in the 33-kg gold smuggling case....

  • Warner hits 166 as Australia rack up 381 against Bangladesh

    The umpires will decide, depending on the length of the break, whether Australia will resume their innings or whether the match will be reduced to 49 ...

  • Sarlahi district incharge of Biplav-led CPN killed in cross-firing

    A cadre of Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav)-led Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) has died after being shot in a firing between the party cadres and police in...

  • Ranke, Rabi Bazaar

    Excavator catches fire, police have doubts

    Police suspect that the fire could be intentional, however, the investigation is still ongoing....

  • Rs 226.1 million for reconstruction in Lamjung

    Besisahar Municipality of Lamjung district has spent Rs 226.1 million in reconstruction. The amount was spent on reconstruction of houses damaged duri...

Kathmandu

Staffers’ strike in Bhaktapur Hospital affects patients

Out-patient services in Bhaktapur Hospital remained closed for the second day on Wednesday, due to employees’ protest, affecting patients seeking health services....

  • Four women attacked with sharp objects

    Four women have been attacked by sharp objects within one-and-a-half months in the capital. Of the four victims, three are receiving treatment at Sukr...

  • Team formed to monitor human rights violation

    The National Human Rights Commission has formed a rapid response team to carry out speedy monitoring of the incidents of human rights violation across...

  • Falling fertility rate to lower Nepal’s population

    Nepal’s population is expected to virtually stop growing by the mid of this century due to falling fertility rates whereas the life expectancy will ...

  • Thousands of Newars gather against Guthi Bill in show of strength protest

    Thousands of people from the Newar community gathered at Maitighar Mandala in Kathmandu on Wednesday to protest the government’s move to undermine N...

Nepal

Sunkoshi River tested for rafting

A test was conducted for rafting in the Sunkoshi River from Phoxintar of Rautamai Rural Municipality to Ghaplang of Triyuga Municipality on Wednesday....

World

North Korea’s Kim meets China’s Xi, says awaiting US actions

Describing the issue as “highly complex and sensitive,” Xi said his government is willing to play a constructive role in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula....

Opinion

  • EDITORIAL: Hold fresh talks

    The row over who – the Prime Minister or the main opposition leader – should have first addressed the House of Representatives (HoR) on Tuesday co...

  • Health for all: Meeting the challenge

    The global health environment is becoming complex in the recent years. Social, demographic and epidemiological transformations have profound impacts o...

  • EDITORIAL: Risky travel

    Given the frequency with which fatal accidents involving public vehicles are taking place in the country, long distance travel is likely to cause some...

  • EDITORIAL: Hold fresh talks

    The row over who – the Prime Minister or the main opposition leader – should have first addressed the House of Representatives (HoR) on Tuesday co...

  • Health for all: Meeting the challenge

    The global health environment is becoming complex in the recent years. Social, demographic and epidemiological transformations have profound impacts o...

  • EDITORIAL: Risky travel

    Given the frequency with which fatal accidents involving public vehicles are taking place in the country, long distance travel is likely to cause some...

Business

Boeing eyes more 737 Max sales after post-crash drought

Boeing’s post-crash business slump may be coming to an end....

Sports

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