Tuesday 24th October 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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NAV says all Nepalese must participate in Census 2016, irrespective of legal status

Monday, 1 August, 2016 A community organisation representing Nepalese Australians living in Victoria is making the job of Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) a little easier, if not entirely. Nepalese Association of Victoria (NAV) is reaching out to as many members of the diaspora as possible urging them to participate in the Census 2016, on August 9. To this end,

Thais revel as Russian lifters are axed

Sunday, 31 July, 2016 A blanket ban on all Russian weightlifters announced on Friday by the world governing body has buoyed Thai hopes for a better medal haul in the sport at the 2016 Olympic Games which begin this week. Just one week before Friday’s opening ceremony, the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) decided to bar the

Wary Honda baulks at making HEVs locally

Friday, 29 July, 2016 Honda Automobile (Thailand) remains wary of a foray into hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) despite having the fully fledged capacity to make such cars here. According to chief operating officer Pitak Pruittisarikorn, the Thai market is not yet attractive enough for hybrids or other EV production as demand is too low. “The HEV

Japan knife attack : ’19 died, 45 injured’

Tuesday, 26 July,2016 At least 19 people have died in a knife attack at a residential care center for the disabled near Japan’s capital Tokyo, Japanese media reported. Another 45 people are reported to have been injured in the attack. Police in Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture, have arrested a suspect, according to Kyodo news agency. The accident have

Thai police’s question for British author’s wife

Friday, 22 July, 2016 Thai police have questioned the wife of a Scottish journalist, hours after he shared images of the crown prince on social media. Andrew MacGregor Marshall said about 20 police officers confiscated “evidence” at his wife’s family home in Bangkok. His wife was asked to go to the police station but not charged with

‘Conflict-related sexual violence is heinous crime’ : Peace Minister Dhakal

Wednesday, 20 July, 2016 Minister for Peace and Reconstruction Ek Nath Dhakal has said that sexual violence is heinous crime. Minister Dhakal was speaking at a program organized by the United Nations to mark the commemoration of the day on the elimination of sexual violence in conflict. “My heart goes out to all the victims,

35 years old math puzzle solved, will take 10 billion years to read

Monday, 18 July, 2016 “Boolean Pythagorean Triples” is not a shameful contagious disease, but a long-unsolved enigma within a field called Ramsey Theory. It was such a brainteaser that nearly 30 years ago, fabled American mathematician Roland Graham offered a cash prize to anyone who could solve it. It was only $100, but still. The self-declared winners Marijn

Because of continue landslide Nepal quake victims leave temporary shelters and shift to open field

Thursday, 30 June, 2016 Earthquake victims have left Keraunja VDC-1 of Gorkha district as landslides have put the area in grave danger. These people had been living in temporary shelters at Keraunja-1 after last year’s quakes rendered them homeless. They started living in an open field from Wednesday, with landslide debris from Raniban, a forest, causing damage

Spanish press reserve sympathy for Messi

Tuesday, 28 June, 2016 Lionel Messi’s shock international retirement after Argentina’s Copa America final defeat generated surprise and sympathy in the Spanish press for a superstar who has won everything with Barcelona and nothing with his country. “Leo Mexit” was the main headline on the website of sports daily Marca. “The curse of Argentina and Messi

India inquires with Nepal Electricity Authority

Monday, 27 June, 2016 India’s Ministry of External Affairs and Indian Exim Bank, one of the investors in the Solu Corridor Transmission Line project, have inquired about shady dealings on the part of Nepal Electricity Authority and Mohan Energy, the contractor tasked with project construction. A source said the ministry and the bank have received