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Nepali people play with snow after a snowfall around Gosainkunda Lake in Rasuwa. Gosainkunda lake is a sacred lake in Langtang National park located at an altit ...

Bullfight Festival

French matador Sebastian Castella performs a pass on a bull during the San Isidro bullfight festival at Las Ventas bullring in Madrid. (AFP/RSS) ...

Avoiding traffic jam

A woman picks her way through earthwork to avoid a traffic jam at Lagantole in Kathmandu on Monday. Negotiating the streets in the old part of Kathmandu can oft ...


A rickshaw puller sleeps as he waits for customers  in Birendranagar, Surkhet. (RSS) ...

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    KATHMANDU, May 31: Discussions on the budget for fiscal year 2073/74 BS have begun in the Legislature-Parliament from today. The discussions began soon after the…
  • Parliamentary polls in mid-December of 2018

    KATHMANDU, May 31: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Tuesday said the parliamentary elections will be held in mid-December of the year 2018. Speaking on…


House forms probe committee on budget leakage

KATHMANDU, May 31: The Legislature Parliament on Tuesday formed a parliamentary committee to probe the budget leakage. Nepali Congress (NC) had been obstructing the parliament since yesterday demanding to form a committee to investigate the budget leakage prior to the...


Women empowerment self defence seminar

Women empowerment self defence seminar

KATHMANDU, May 30: Kathmandu Headquarter of Universal United Nepalese Taekwondo Federation (UUNTF) in association with UUNTF Nepal Chapter conducted Women Empowerment Self-defense seminar at Maiti-Nepal, Kathmandu in the presence of UUNTF General Secretary, Master Love Prashad Gorkhali, Norbu Lama, Dinesh...


The great exodus

Missing women and childrenJhapa district is emblematic of the recent uptick in disappearance of a large number of Nepali women and children from border areas as well as the 14 districts that were the worst hit by last year's earthquakes. According to the police, there are several reasons for their disappearances, such as family disputes, desire to earn money at a young age, failure in studies and most troublingly, the widening net of human traffickers. Those who go missing are disproportionately from poor families, say...


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Mediterranean tremors

A coherent policy on integrating all...

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Empowering sports

Sports offer an opportunity for persons...

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London versus ISIS

Rather than answering fear with more...

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