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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

Politics

Lawmakers for promulgating statute within deadline

KATHMANDU, Sept 17: Most of the lawmakers in the Constituent Assembly (CA) meeting on Wednesday have spoken in favor of promulgating a new constitution by January

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

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

Sobhraj gets life term

KATHMANDU, Sept 17: The Bhaktapur District Court on Wednesday convicted Charles Sobhraj of the murder of Laurent A Carrere, a Canadian national. According

Chief secy for freeing bureaucracy of politics

77 honored with civil service awards KATHMANDU Sept 17 : Chief Secretary Leela Mani Paudyal has expressed

Social

7 killed, 21 injured in Nawalparasi road mishap

NAWALPARASI, Sept 17:  The death toll has reached seven and 21 others were injured in a road mishap along the East-West Highway at Basa VDC, Nawalparasi district

British MPs plant trees in Nepal

KATHMANDU, Sept 17:A group of British parliamentarians who are currently on a visit to Nepal took out some time of their busy schedule to plant trees in Lalitpur

Neglecting the wronged ones

Govt’s Interim Relief Program fails to address many urgent needs of conflict victims KATHMANDU, Sept 17:Recently

Business

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

Sports

Nepal crashes out of Asian Games

KATHMANDU, Sept 17: Nepali U-23 football team is almost out of the group stage of the 17th Asian Games being held in Incheon, South Korea, after going down 5-0 against

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

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

Barcelona, Spain, tops innovative cities contest

NEW YORK, Sept 17: Barcelona, Spain, captured the grand prize in a competition that spurs cities to develop novel approaches to improve urban life, Bloomberg Philanthropies

Swedish king involved in car crash, unhurt

STOCKHOLM, Sept 17: Sweden´s royal palace says King Carl XVI Gustaf was involved in a car crash on his way to an airport in Stockholm but was unhurt. Palace

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

TIME - OUT

Modeling her way to transcending societal norms

KATHMANDU, Sept 16:When you meet Anjali Lama, the first thing you notice about her is her tall stature, slim figure and well-defined facial structure further

'Kala Sangam' comes to an end'

KATHMANDU, Sept 16:A group art exhibition entitled ‘Kala Sangam’ which had artworks by Nepali and Bangladeshi artists on display came to an end on Tuesday.

Gen next

The Numbers Game

Taking steps closer to history

KATHMANDU, Sept 16:On Monday afternoon, as Maya Devi Aryal of Hanuman Dhoka Museum explains the history and legends behind the relics in and around the museum, there are 32 young people listening with rapt attention.

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