Nepal | November 13, 2019

Vice Prez and Prime Minister call on Bangladeshi Prez

Vice-president Nanda Bahadur Pun and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli paid a courtesy call on visiting President of Bangladesh Mohammad Abdul Hamid this afternoon....

Kathmandu

Political leaders call on President of Bangladesh

President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh Mohammad Abdul Hamid, who is in his four-day goodwill visit to Nepal, has met with various political leaders....

Nepal

Ball in PM Oli’s court, says NC spokesperson

The main opposition Nepali Congress today said the ball was now in the prime minister’s court for resolving the Kalapani issue. ...

  • NC leader hits at govt, says country pushed backward

    Nepali Congress leader Minendra Rijal has accused the government of pushing the country backwards with its wanton ways. ...

  • Marijuana seized

    Police held two persons with marijuana from Tapli Rural Municipality in Udayapur on Tuesday....

  • Hydropower projects

    Locals threaten to disrupt hydel projects

    Residents of the affected areas of two under-construction hydropower projects on Likhukhola that flows between Ramechhap and Solukhumbu districts have...

  • Leopard trapped

    A wooden ambush was prepared in Thumki Community Forest to trap a female leopard after it attacked children at Bhanu Municipality, Tanahun....

World

Violence brings Hong Kong to "brink of total breakdown"

China has a garrison of up to 12,000 troops in Hong Kong who have kept to barracks since 1997 but it has vowed to crush any attempts at independence, a demand for a very small minority of protesters....

Opinion

  • Increasing leprosy cases

    The country’s transition to federalism has jolted the leprosy services at the local, provincial and national level. Leprosy is not a priority at the...

  • Medical students protest

    Editorial: Return the extra fees

    The medical colleges would do well to refrain from issuing threats of shutting them down to pile pressure on the government...

  • EDITORIAL: Save public spaces

    Thousands of people took refuge in Tundikhel, or Khula Manch, in Kathmandu when the devastating earthquake, measuring 7.8 in magnitude, in 2015 struck...

  • Increasing leprosy cases

    The country’s transition to federalism has jolted the leprosy services at the local, provincial and national level. Leprosy is not a priority at the...

  • Medical students protest

    Editorial: Return the extra fees

    The medical colleges would do well to refrain from issuing threats of shutting them down to pile pressure on the government...

  • EDITORIAL: Save public spaces

    Thousands of people took refuge in Tundikhel, or Khula Manch, in Kathmandu when the devastating earthquake, measuring 7.8 in magnitude, in 2015 struck...

Business

Nepal vows to advocate rights of migrant workers at int’l meet

Nepal has committed to advocate the rights of migrant workers....

Sports

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