Thursday 17th August 2017

    फोरम र नयाँ शक्तिको घरदैलो कार्यक्रम तीब्र    गण्डकी गाउँपालिका बनाउने तिवारीको योजना    उम्मेद्वारी फिर्ता गर्न चाहाने उम्मेद्वारले आज ५ बजेसम्ममा फर्तालिन सक्ने    निर्वाचनमा सहभागी हुन नसकेका मजदूरले यस्तो भूमिका खेल्ने    बिरामी बोक्ने एम्बुलेन्सबाट गाँजा तस्करी

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‘High-level visits are positive but not enough’ : Experts

Tuesday, 23 August, 2016 Former diplomats and international relations experts have said that possible visits by the Chinese and Indian presidents to Nepal would be positive events for this country. The visits of the two deputy prime ministers to the two neighboring countries as special envoys of the prime minister have ensured that the presidents

Government moves to hand over Dharahara project to NT

Friday, 19 August, 2016 The government has started preparations to hand over construction of the new Darahara tower to Nepal Telecom (NT). As per a cabinet decision of mid-July, government bodies have started preparations for signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with NT for the construction of the new tower. The cabinet had decided to accept

PM for increasing reconstruction grant to Rs 300,000

Wednesday, 17 August, 2016 Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has started discussions with the Ministry of Finance (MoF) to increase the house reconstruction grant to be provided to the earthquake victims to Rs 300,000 from Rs 200,000 each. Chakrapani Khanal, political advisor to the prime minister, said that Prime Minister Dahal held a meeting with officials

Nepal-China railway : ‘technologically and economically feasible’

Tuesday, 16 August, 2016 Chinese experts have said the much-touted railway link between Nepal and China through the Himalayan highland “is economically and technologically feasible”. A report carried by China Daily on Friday says the country has accumulated technology and experience to build a rail link between the Tibet autonomous region and the South Asian subcontinent. According

Late Samira Siwakoti’s husband committed suicide

Friday, 12 August, 2016 A Nepali man, residing in America from the past 10 years has committed suicide yesterday. Apparently Nawaraj Siwakoti was suffering from depression after his wife Samira was murdered a year ago. Samira Siwakoti was gunned down inside the store she co-owned with her husband Nabaraj Siwakoti on June 10. The killer had

Nepal Police nabs man who promised “100% Job Guarantee” on Australian cruise ships

Thursday, 11 August, 2016 The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police has arrested a man who had amassed nearly $100,000 from ten different victims promising jobs on cruise ships in Australia. Rajan Gurung was already convicted of the crime in January 2016 but had since been absconding, CIB said today. Gurung and his friends used Intel Hub

Bikini race in Pattaya, Thailand

Wednesday, 10 August, 2016 A bikini race was held on Pattaya beach of Thailand, where runners were welcomed to wear just bikinis, on Saturday. There were 1.3-kilometre, 2.9-km and 3.9-km and race options. The prize money of 100,000 baht for the first winner.

The woman gives birth to two-headed baby boy

Sunday, 7 August, 2016 A woman has given birth to a baby with two heads at Hanumannagar Health Post of Saptari,Nepal on Saturday evening. Nududevi Yadav, age of 23 of Inarwa VDC – 9 and currently living at Hanumannagar Yoginimai Municipality – 10 gave birth to a double-headed son as her third child. The baby has underdeveloped

London court acquits Col Lama

Wednesday, 3 August, 2016 Old Bailey Central Criminal Court has acquitted Nepali Army (NA) Colonel Kumar Lama in one out of the two cases of war crimes filed against him for alleged torture during the decade-long armed conflict in Nepal. Although, he is acquitted by the court, he can’t leave UK until the court delivers its

Hindus upset at Amazon, continues to sell items carrying images of gods

Tuesday, 2 August, 2016 Despite removing over 60 doormats carrying images of Hindu deities last month after Hindus protested, world’s largest online retailer Amazon.com continues to sell products with images of Hindu deities which upset Hindus find highly inappropriate. Images of various Hindu deities—Shiva, Vishnu, Lakshmi, Ganesha, Kali, Hanuman—were seen on Mens Briefs, Legging Tights, Bedspread/Bedcover