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The tale of a lost Upper Mustang village Tsering pays Rs 35,000 a year for her rented house. To live in this house, just paying the annual rent is not sufficient.


As its name suggests, Kaffeine is all about the energizing flavors of caffeine. Kaffeine serves one of the strongest coffees in town and also stocks the most varieties. Ajay Shrestha and Nishant Pradhan,

Patan escapade :Episode #3

For a city that stretches out to just 15.43 sq kilometers, Patan has a lot to offer – eateries, cultural heritage sites and amazing places where you can just relax and spend a whole day without having


UML reiterates two-third majority if no consensus

KATHMANDU, Dec 18: CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has reiterated that his party would strongly lobby for producing a new constitution by January 22 and that the disputes would be decided through voting in the Constituent

Govt decides to merge NTV, Radio Nepal

KATHMANDU, Dec 18 :The government has given its consent to the Ministry of Information and Communications to start homework on merging Nepal Television and Radio

Asia-Pacific LDCs issues 24-pt declaration

KATHMANDU, Dec 19: A three-day Ministerial Meeting of Asia-Pacific LDCs on Graduation and Post-2015 Development Agenda ended on Friday issuing a 24-point Kathmandu


Govt sticks to conditions for sending domestic workers

KATHMANDU, Dec 18: Despite repeated calls from destination countries to send Nepali domestic workers, the government continues to impose a ban on sending them. The Ministry of Labor and Employment

One held with 50kg marijuana and hashish

BIRGUNJ (Parsa), Dec 19: Police held a person with a huge cache of hashish and marijuana from Paterwa Sugauli of Parsa. Acting on a special tip-off,

Heavy snowfall disrupts Jumla-Dolpa Road

DOLPA (Tripurakot), Dec 19: The incessant snowfall occurred in Dolpa for two days since last Monday has disrupted Jumla-Dolpa road section. The pile-up


Airbus A320 to join fleet of NAC in February

Another A320 to arrive in March KATHMANDU, Dec 18: Two Airbus A320-200 aircraft, ordered by Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), are in the final stage of production. Issuing


Smith leads Australia's reply to India's 408

BRISBANE, Australia, Dec 18; Steve Smith continued his unbeaten run with a half century in his first test as captain, guiding Australia to 221-4 in reply to India´s 408 before bad light stopped play on day


Australian leader: Siege may have been preventable

SYDNEY, Dec 18: Australia´s prime minister said Thursday that a deadly siege in a Sydney cafe may have been preventable, as the chorus of critics demanding to know why the gunman was out on bail despite facing

Pakistani jets, ground forces kill 27 militants in northwest

ISLAMABAD, Dec 19: Pakistan´s military says its jets and ground forces have killed 27 militants in a northwestern tribal region near the Afghan border. In

8 children killed in home in northern Australia

SYDNEY, Dec 19: Eight dead children and a woman suffering from stab wounds were found inside a home in a northern Australian city on Friday, police said. Queensland


Priyanka Chopra signs deal with US television network ABC

After releasing three singles off her first music album in the US and voicing an Indian character in DisneyToon film ‘Planes’, Priyanka Chopra is all set to take her Hollywood stint to the

This weekend, walk to end educational inequity

KATHMANDU, Dec 18: If you want to express your solidarity with public school students who walk for hours to go to school where they don’t even get the quality

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'There's a lot more to do in the IT sector '

KATHMANDU, Dec 17:“Information and technology in today’s age play a vital role in an organization. So employees of the IT department play a major role in the successful operation of any organization,”

Transforming Nepal through education

The initial days Having studied at Budhanilkantha constituted an advantage. So admit Ram K Rijal, Rajendra Singh Bista, and Rabindra Shrestha—the three extremely motivated individuals who are

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Developing country status so much more than name tag

Weekly interview Gyan Chandra Acharya has over three decades of experience in diplomatic services. The former...

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