Nepal | January 24, 2019

LDCs need rules-based trading system, PM Oli says

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has stressed the need for reviving multilateralism and rules law-based international trade system for promotion and protection of concerns and interests of the landlocked and least developed countries (LDCs) like Nepal....

Kathmandu

All wards of local levels to have healthcare centres

The government is preparing to establish healthcare centres in all wards of local levels....

Nepal

Landslide blocks Kali Gandaki

Residents living on the banks of the Kali Gandaki River in Gharapjhong Rural Municipality of Mustang were terrified a lot today following a landslide that blocked water flow in the river for hours....

World

India's ruling party could face electoral wipeout in most populous state, poll shows

India election

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party could lose a quarter of its seats in India's parliament with an electoral wipeout in the most populous state, if the Congress Party were to join an opposition alliance there, an opinion poll showed on Wednesday....

Opinion

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    EDITORIAL: Promises to keep

    Senior orthopaedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC is on the 16th day of his 16th fast-onto-death, with the demand that the nine-point agreement reached between...

  • Conservation agriculture: Misperceptions and challenges

    Conservation agriculture (CA) is about maximising farm profits in the long term by optimising agricultural production while conserving inputs, such as...

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    Editorial: Stop whimpering

    Chairpersons of the Federal parliamentary committees are up in arms against the government’s decision to provide new cars to only a select number of...

  • THT logo

    EDITORIAL: Promises to keep

    Senior orthopaedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC is on the 16th day of his 16th fast-onto-death, with the demand that the nine-point agreement reached between...

  • Conservation agriculture: Misperceptions and challenges

    Conservation agriculture (CA) is about maximising farm profits in the long term by optimising agricultural production while conserving inputs, such as...

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    Editorial: Stop whimpering

    Chairpersons of the Federal parliamentary committees are up in arms against the government’s decision to provide new cars to only a select number of...

Business

Orange biz booms as output spikes, farmers post Rs 750 mil in sales

Orange farmers in Dhading, one of the pocket regions for orange production, report a good year as sales reached Rs 750 million after a 40 per cent increase in output, thanks to temperate climate and absence of winds, hail all year round. ...

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