Nepal | June 24, 2019

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  • Kathmandu

    Police claim to have stepped up action against gold smugglers

    Kathmandu, June 23 Nepal Police today claimed that it had stepped up action against gold smugglers to bring them to book. According to statistics released by Nepal Police, it arrested as many as 107 persons with more than 84 kilograms of gold in 11 months of the current fiscal. Metropolitan...

  • Opinion

    Guthi controversy: Do away with it

    It is good to monitor and oversee all the guthis in the country and actively work to address the problems facing them. But the government must preserve the age-old traditions and see to it that their originality is not destroyed in the name of modernity The government has faced massive attacks from...

  • Education

    Govt bars pupils from pursuing non-academic courses abroad

    Kathmandu, June 12 Nepali students, who wish to pursue non-academic courses, like vocational education or language courses in countries such as Australia and Japan, will not be allowed to do so from now onwards, thanks to the government’s radical move aimed at curtailing the rights of high scho...

  • News Archives

    India says in talks with US on H-1B visas, no official word on limits

    NEW DELHI: India is in talks with the United States on H-1B work visas but has not heard anything official from Washington on capping such permits for Indians, the foreign ministry said on Thursday. Reuters reported on Wednesday the United States had told India it was considering caps on H-1B wor...

  • Business

    Ministry of Labour and Employment

    Japan to hire only nurses from Nepal this year

    Kathmandu, June 23 Though there has been talk about Nepali foreign job aspirants being able to go to Japan to seek employment in various sectors, the Japanese government has said that only nurses will be hired this year. Bhishma K Bhusal, director general of Department of Foreign Employment, i...

  • Lifestyle

    Scamp the Tramp, World's Ugliest Dog Contest

    Scamp the Tramp wins World’s Ugliest Dog Contest

    Scamp the Tramp will never win a beauty contest. But he’s won an ugly one. The bug-eyed, dreadlocked pooch took top honors Friday night at the 31st annual World’s Ugliest Dog Contest. Owner Yvonne Morones of Santa Rosa, California, won an appearance with Scamp on the “Today” show, ...