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Country roads
Public fund misuse
The brazen mismanagement of local level development funds is perhaps the most evident in haphazard road construction in


Dear deadline
Constitution making
Clouds of suspicion hang over January 22, 2015 constitution deadline. The ruling and


Family planning
Family planning program started in developing countries in the 1960s to balance rapid population growth with development activities. Population growth


Cop out
All-party meeting
The last-minute decision of CPN-Maoist-led 33-party alliance to pull out of the all-party


CIAA wants private sector under its scanner

KATHMANDU, Sept 18:Stating that the existing jurisdiction of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) doesn’t allow it to investigate

CPN-Maoist lost key opportunity remaining absent in all -party meet: DPM Singh

KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Deputy Prime Minister and Nepali Congress General Secretary, Prakash Man Singh, said that CPN-Maoist lost an important opportunity for forging

Former CJ Anup Raj Sharma nominated as NHRC chairman

KATHMANDU, Sept 18: The government has nominated former Chief Justice Anup Raj Shama as chairman of National Human Rights Council (NHRC) on Thursday. A

Panel seeks applications for TRC heads, members

KATHMANDU, Sept 17:The recommendations panel formed to suggest names for the heads and members of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and the Commission

Nepal-India Boundary Group meet kicks off

KATHMANDU, Sept 18: The first meeting of Nepal-India Boundary Working Group (BWG) led by chiefs of the survey departments of the two countries began in Kathmandu


Neglecting the wronged ones

KATHMANDU, Sept 18:Recently a woman came to the office of advocate Satish Krishna Kharel and asked for legal assistance to acquire properties registered on the name of her husband, who was ‘disappeared’

Case of violence against male filed

MORANG Sept 18: A case of violence against male has been filed at the Morang District Court for the first time. Khem Lohani of Biratnagar-19 filed the

Rising robbery and fraud with tourists

Kathmandu, Sept 18: The Tourist Police Division has registered an increasing number of complaints of robbery and fraud with foreign tourists being cheated in different


Strong laws against financial offences in the offing: NRB Governor

KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Nepal Rastra Bank Governor Yuba Raj Khatiwada has said that the government was drafting strong legislations against financial offences which


Second win for Nepalgunj

KATHMANDU, Sept 17: Region No 5 (Nepalgunj) registered second win while and Region No 6 (Baitadi) achieved first win in the Wai Wai U-19 National Cricket Tournament


Milestones of Scots'journey to independence vote

LONDON, Sept 18: These are the milestones of Scotland´s journey from Great Britain to the United Kingdom and, following Thursday´s vote, a possible return

Polls open in historic Scottish independence vote

EDINBURGH, Scotland, Sept 18: Polls have opened across Scotland in a referendum that will decide whether the country leaves its 307-year-old union with England and

Scotland's independence vote puts UK union on edge

LONDON, Sept 18: Breaking up is hard to do, especially after 307 years. The entire United Kingdom will find out just how hard if Scotland chooses independence in

The Week

A Tale of Tibet

Tibet, here I come! My happiness knew no bounds when I was offered a chance to visit this mystical land under a program organized by the State Information Office of China. Who wouldn’t want to go

Final rituals

It is heard that ‘When words are inadequate, have rituals.’ Rites and rituals are what help us express, albeit in a symbolic manner, our deepest thoughts and feelings about the

Have your say

Floods and landslides are a common occurrence in Nepal every rainy season. And so are the fundraising endeavors organized to collect cash, medicines, clothes and other stuffs for the victims of those natural


Young filmmakers on making films and 'Ekadeshma'

KATHMANDU, Sept 17: ‘Ekadeshma’, one of the much appreciated short film festivals of the country, will begin its third edition this Friday at QFX Kumari,

Ghumti KIMFF screens 'Balkrishna' in Rasuwa

Rasuwa, Sept 17: Local students and general public flocked to the hall of Kalika Himalaya Higher Secondary School on Wednesday for Ghumti KIMFF’s documentary

Gen next

Together for the love of theater and art

KATHMANDU, Sept 17: Last Tuesday, Pratik Dulal appeared on stage at the Shilpee Theater in Battis Putali, crying over his lost laptop. The stage replicated a police station, and the character entered to report about

The Numbers Game

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CA, House meets set for today put off till Wednesday


PM Koirala condoles UCPN (M) Vice Chair Bogati's death


Special cells to execute verdicts on cards


Six-year-old frequently raped by grandfather



Six-year-old frequently raped by grandfather


Three including journo die in Rupandehi car mishap


Nepal crashes out after big defeat


The chauvinistic circle


Buddha and bloodbath


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