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Politics

PM takes 'personal initiatives' for SAARC Summit preparations

Cancels visit to UN Conference on LLDCs in Vienna KATHMANDU, Nov 1 : Concerned over the sluggish logistical preparations including beautification of the city,

All-party meet makes no headway

KATHMANDU, Nov 1: The all-party meet held at Singha Durbar on Saturday afternoon to settle the contentious issues of the new statue failed to bear any fruits. Prime

Consensus priority, voting final: DPM Singh

KATHMANDU, Nov 1: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Local Development, Prakashman Singh, has said efforts would be taken to forge consensus on the disputed

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No hotline for Ebola infection reporting

KATHMANDU, Oct 31: Two weeks ago, a Nepali national returned to Kathmandu from Liberia, a West African country affected severely by Ebola epidemic. He was seemingly healthy upon his arrival at the Tribhuvan International

'4.3 m Nepalese deprive of citizenship certificate'

KATHMANDU, Nov 1: A study conducted by the Women Law and Development Forum has stated that over 4.3 million Nepalese are deprived of citizenship certificate. The

Experts call for proper investigation to curb road accidents

KATHMANDU, Oct 31 :Whenever a road accident takes place, authorities are quick to point out that it is the result of the driver´s negligence. And the investigation

Business

NT to reduce internet tariff by 20 pc

KATHMANDU, Nov 1 : The Nepal Telecom (NT) has decided to reduce internet tariff by 20 percent. The telecom service provider has also started providing additional data volume for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

Sports

Nepal caps campaign with Division 3 crown

KATHMANDU, Oct 30: Capping an impressive campaign in Malaysia, Nepal defended the ICC World Cricket League Division 3 title on Thursday defeating Uganda by 62 runs in the final of the tournament at the Kinrara Oval

INTERNATIONAL

Hong Kong protests promise political game change

HONG KONG, Nov 1: Like thousands of young people from all over Hong Kong, secondary school teacher Li Hiu Fung had come out to the streets of this anxious city every night to demand that his government give him

Commander: 18 Islamist fighters killed in Libya

CAIRO, Nov 1: An Islamist field commander says that 18 militiamen have been killed in an attack on a western Libyan town. The commander in the coalition

China declares holiday as part of law campaign

BEIJING, Nov 1:  China´s legislature has designated Dec. 4 as Constitution Day amid a drive to strengthen the authority of the country´s legal system. The

The Week

Proxy Parenting Kids at day care

Roshani Paudyal admitted her son, who is seven, to a playgroup when he was two years old. She recently enrolled her 28 months old daughter to a kindergarten. With the rise of nuclear families and the number of women choosing to pursue their careers soon

Her domestic spirits

Braids, blouses and bordered saris are plenty on Pramila Bajracharya´s canvasses. Her ´Nature & Eternity-II´ series presents her continuing fascination for women in their domestic

The pursuit of austerity

After the elections to the first CA, most female CA members from the Maoist party turned up in similar outfits: grey suits. Among other things of state importance, their monochrome uniforms were criticized

TIME - OUT

Geared up for Miss Earth 2014

KATHMANDU, Oct 30: Prinsha Shrestha, Miss Nepal Earth 2014, is leaving today to participate in Miss Earth 2014 which is scheduled to take place in Manila, the Philippines,

'Highway to Dhampus' wins at Heartland Film Festival

KATHMANDU, Oct 30: ‘Highway to Dhampus’ has bagged the Best US Premiere Award at the Heartland Film Festival in Indiana. The 10-day festival from October

Gen next

Empowering Mugal women to address climate changes

Alina Saba, 27, recently spoke at the UN Climate Summit at the UN headquarters in New York. The summit was initiated by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on September 23. She was one of the three panelists on the ‘Voices from the Frontline’

Sadbhaw through Deusi-Bhailo

“No child drops out of school because of their interest; it is the poverty that forces them to the path of child labor. Fight today to give a child a better tomorrow!” It is bad, but it’s a fact. As per the data, in BS 2070

My Republica e-Paper.

 INTERVIEWS

If Ebola enters Nepal it will be impossible to control

Nepal is unprepared to handle a possible Ebola outbreak, even while the deadly virus has already taken 5, 000 lives around the world. More Interviews

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