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Activists Rally to Stop the Slaughter of 500,000 Animals at…

By David Kirby :: me 500,000 water buffaloes, goats, pigs, chickens, pigeons, and mice are slated for mass ritual slaughter

Bouncing Back: Nepal’s Tigers Survive Civil Turmoil

By Joseph Allchin, Dhaka, Bangladesh: For years the Himalayan nation of Nepal lacked a functional government. Years of war and

India, Nepal agree to complete field work in border

By Anil Giri, KATHMANDU: Nepal and India have formed two panels to look into the boundary issue for the first

French ‘bikini killer’ convicted of second murder in Nepal

KATHMANDU (AFP): A Nepalese court has convicted Charles Sobhraj of a second murder, sentencing the alleged serial killer, con man

Nepal all-party conference on constitution drafting cancelled

KATHMANDU (IANS): A scheduled all-party conference which was expected to provide an impetus to the fragile constitution drafting process of

Nepal to raise issues of expansion of SC‚ climate and…

KATHMANDU (RSS): Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey has said Nepal is going to raise the climate change and

Govt to build 100 houses for Chepang, Gandarvas

GORKHA: The government is going to construct 80 houses for Chepang and 20 houses for Gandarvas for their settlement in

Nepal citizenship law ‘biased’ against women

KATHMANDU:  Shivani Kharel from Nepal is worried about her future. Instead of attending college, she has been fighting a long battle

Great escape: A thrilling story of how top India, Nepal…

Prashant Jha, New Delhi: Diplomats are used to political thrillers, but even they would not be prepared to jump walls,

Food crisis hits Nepal district

Humla, Nepal (Aljazeera): Humla district, a remote area which lies in the northwestern part of Nepal, has been suffering from

Road threat to Nepal’s top tourist area

A spate of road building projects in and around the most popular trekking area in Nepal has sparked a battle

A Vision for Nepal – Policy Notes for the Government

Nepal has achieved important progress in the past few years, with increased political stability and substantial gains made in reducing

Nepal’s very own ‘Fred Hollows’ is on a mission to…

Yaara Bou Melhem: I had heard a lot about the Nepalese eye surgeon Dr Sanduk Ruit. He is a figure

Single mum struggles to raise autistic son

Five-year-old Bishal Tamang’s foot is tied to the bed with a green shawl. A thin curtain separates the bedroom and

Foreign returnees see investment scope in Nepal

POKHARA: Madan KC did not see any prospect of return on his investment in Nepal while the country was reeling

Half the sky

KATHMANDU, Aug 25:It was very displeasing when Bimala Rai had to go to bed hungry several nights when she got

Nepal receiving Rs 1.49b in remittances daily

KATHMANDU: Nepal received an average of Rs 1.49 billion as remittance income on a daily basis in fiscal year 2013/14.

Neighbours high on China’s foreign policy agenda

China attaches great importance to its neighbourhood, as the country’s policy is to help its neighbours prosper for peaceful coexistence,

2014: A Year of Botched Elections in Asia

Andrew Oplas: It is commonly understood that genuine elections are among the most indispensable prerequisites for effective and sustained democratic

‘Let CA deal with issues of federalism, inclusion’

KATHMANDU: The commission to recommend implementation of past accords has decided to suggest to the government to allow the Constituent