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Less number of street children seen in capital after CCWB’s…

Sushil Darnal, KATHMANDU: Sightings of street children in the Kathmandu Valley has become a rarity thanks to the street children

‘Liberal democracies better than other political regimes’

Krishna Sapkota, KATHMANDU: Liberal democracies are systematically better than all other political regimes at ensuring the de facto ability of

Operation of cable car feasible in Kathmandu valley, estimated cost…

Sharachchandra Bhandary, KATHMANDU: Operation of cable car is feasible in the Kathmandu valley and this project would require a minimum

16 border pillars missing from Nepal-India border in Panchthar

PANCHTHAR: Sixteen boarder pillars are found disappeared from the Nepal-India border in eastern hilly district Panchthar, part of province 1.

Bajura reports 30 cases of enforced disappearance during conflict

Prem Raule, BAJURA: It has been already over one decade since the Maoist armed conflict in the country formally ended

Sexually victimized women at the hand of Army personnel crying…

Narayan Adhikari, CHITWAN: Those women who were lured or forced into sexual relations with serving or former Army personnel are

Hostility continues to rife Nepali media; safety net still a…

Krishna Sapkota,KATHMANDU: Nepali media continued to face assault, harassment and intimidation in the year 2017-18, reveals a report. The status

Lumbini master plan’s progress at snail pace

Bharat KC, BUTWAL: Four decades have passed by since the launching of campaign for the systematic development of Lumbini, the

Post-Earthquake Reconstruction: Amount necessary Rs 706 billion, amount spent Rs…

Bhisma Raj Ojha and Hari Lamichhane,KATHMANDU: The amount required for the post-earthquake reconstruction is put at Rs 706 billion, but

Billions of dollars to rebuild post-quake Nepal being misdirected: Experts

DHUNGKHARKA, NEPAL (AFP): Billions of dollars poured into Nepal after a powerful earthquake devastated the country three years ago is

Woman debuts in Nepal Army’s Command and Staff Course

Narayan Neupane, KATHMANDU: A woman is participating for the first time in Nepal Army's Command and Staff course which is

Arrears exceed Rs 5 trillion; 13 ministries have over Rs…

Ramesh Lamsal, KATHMANDU: Total arrears of the government institutions and public enterprises have reached around Rs 5.008 trillion in the

People’s representatives still reluctant to implement RTI Act:study shows

Kumar Chaulagain, KATHMANDU: People's representatives are found reluctant to implement the right to information (RTI) Act, one of the major

Twenty two years of Mahakali Treaty: Head Regulator and Canal…

Bikram Giri and Sher Bahadur Singh, KANCHANPUR: A good 22 years have passed by since Nepal and India inked the

Democratizing data towards building open society

Krishna Sapkota, KATHMANDU: “Our society needs re-orientation towards an open society based on facts", said ex- Vice-Chairperson of National Planning

PM India visit: special focus on energy banking

Ramesh Lamsal, KATHMANDU: Preparations have been made to emphatically raise the agenda of energy banking during Prime Minister's Indian visit

Growing rape cases point it is not just sexual act…

Pabitra Guragain, KATHMANDU: "Rape is a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state

How long the sexual violence affected to remain mum before…

Pabitra Guragain, KATHMANDU: “I am carrying a life set on fire.” These words reverberated in a hall making the audience

EU Election Observation Mission Report draws flak

Deep Raj Sanyal, KATHMANDU: The government, on March 21, issued a terse statement through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressing

Renaissance in Nepali Congress: How Possible?

Narayan Prasad Ghimire, KATHMANDU: A week back, media reported that the meeting of the Nepali Congress witnessed exchange of heated