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PM in action

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in an action during a match between Prime Minister XI vs Chief Secretary XI at Dasharath Stadium, Kathmandu. (Keshab Thoker) ...

Snowfall at Gosainkunda

Children enjoy snowfall at Gosainkunda, Rasuwa. (Dipesh Shrestha) ...

Protest continues

Participanst at a protest staged by Federal Alliance in Birgunj. (Ritesh Tripathi)  ...


Photo shows the idyllic scenery of Pingbao Dong Village of Rongjiang County, southwest China's Guizhou Province. (Xinhua/RSS) ...

  • DPM Thapa criticizes budget

    KATHMANDU, May 29: Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N), one of the ruling parties, has expressed serious dissatisfaction toward the government's annual budget presented on Saturday.A meeting…
  • Committee formed to probe police parka purchase scam

    KATHMANDU, May 29: The parliamentary public accounts committee on Sunday formed a seven member probe committee to look into alleged irregularities in the involvement of…


No ground behind criticism over budget: PM Oli

KATHMANDU, May 29: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the comment that the budget tabled by the Government on Saturday was of 'huge size' and 'distributive' does not hold any substance. Speaking at the parliamentary party meeting of...



Waterborne diseases rise with onset of premonsoon showers

KATHMANDU, May 29: Number of patients suffering from water borne diseases has increased with the onset of pre-monsoon rainfall. Doctors at major public hospitals said that they are seeing a surge in the number of patients suffering from water borne...


Impunity reigns

A strike and a kidnappingThe nationwide strike launched by transport workers and transport associations and the kidnapping of Suresh Kedia of Kedia Group from Bara district, both on Thursday, epitomize the state of impunity that prevails in Nepal today. Both the incidents are the result of the state's failure to impose its writ over its territories, which in turn has emboldened criminal elements and vested interests. The transport entrepreneurs had decided to enforce the strike to protest the sharp rise in fines for traffic violations...


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