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Politics

Negotiations the only way forward

KATHMANDU, March 3 : The expectation was that the stalled negotiations between the ruling parties and the agitating opposition alliance would resume after the latter´s show of strength in Kathmandu on Saturday.

Home minister says police closing in on acid attacker

KATHMANDU, March 3: Although police remain clueless about the acid attacker even after over a week since the incident, Home Minister Bamdev Gautam on Monday claimed

UML wary of NC’s recent moves

May demand implementation of 7-pt deal KATHMANDU, March 3: A standing committee meeting of the ruling CPN-UML has decided to hold serious talks with the major

Social

Rain, snowfall hits life across country

KATHMANDU, March 2: Incessant rain and heavy snowfall in high altitude areas crippled normal life across the country on Monday. Heavy snowfall was reported in Rasuwa, Gorkha, Manang, Mustang and Solukhumbu districts,

Bus hit kills elderly pedestrian

Chitwan, March 3 : An elderly pedestrian died on the spot after a bus hit him at Bishalchowk of Bharatpur Sub-Metropolis-10 last night. A passenger

EDCD to launch awareness campaign against swine flu

KATHMANDU, March 3:With the number of swine flu cases growing each day, the Epidemiology and Disease Control Division (EDCD) of the Department of Health Services

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Business

Govt mulls action against transport entrepreneuers not implmenting revised fare

KATHMANDU, March 3: The government has announced to take legal action against transport entrepreneurs that have been disobeying the government´s direction to adjust public transportation fare. Officials

Sports

Hughes tribute match on April 11

KATHMANDU, March 3: The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) will organize a 63-over match in memory of late Australian cricketer Phil Hughes on April 11 at the Tribhuvan University Cricket Ground in Kirtipur. According

INTERNATIONAL

Britain´s Prince William takes on diplomatic role in China

BEIJING, March 2: Britain´s Prince William is making the first official visit to mainland China by a senior British royal in a generation, testing his diplomatic mettle as the second in line to the throne. After

US woman seeks to delay death for husband´s murder

JACKSON, Georgia , March 3: The execution of the first female in Georgia in 70 years was on hold Monday as the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed last-minute arguments

Iraq launches operation to retake Tikrit from Islamic State

BAGHDAD, March 3: Backed by Iranian-supported Shiite militias, Iraqi forces launched a large-scale offensive Monday to retake Saddam Hussein´s hometown from

The Week

Premier Appeal

It’s difficult being a sports fan in Nepal. The lack of meaningful televised performances of our national teams – barring the occasional regional football tournaments or the exploits of our cricket team – leaves us feeling deprived.

Errors decoded: A new tech savvy world

As we speak, there are 10 years old primary school children in London staying back after school to begin their basics in computer programming. Similarly, initiatives are being launched across the United

Language barrier forcing Kisan kids out of schools

Bandhan Kisan, a daily wage earner from the Tirinka Village of Jhapa District never went to school. His parents could not manage to educate him due to extreme poverty. When he got married, Bandhan had

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Bhat’s Sunakali wins int’l award

KATHMANDU, March 2: A Nepali documentary Sunakali directed by Journalist Bhojraj Bhat has won an international award. Sunakali won the jury award under

Actress Uma Thurman did not want kids without sense of humor

London, March 2: Actress Uma Thurman says she would have found it "intolerable" if her children didn´t have a sense of humour.  The

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Hard work versus efficient work

They say people who work hard are the ones with strong work ethics—they’ll invest whatever amount of time needed to get a job done, they keep trying, and easily rise to challenges. And there are efficient workers who are the ones who actually

What do employers want from fresh graduates?

On one side, there are thousands of graduates graduating every year and are desperate to find jobs, and on the other side, employers are having difficult times finding suitable candidates to fill their vacancies. This seems to be an unending

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