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State Minister for Forest comes under CIAA scanner

Kathmandu: State Minister for Forest and Soil Conservation, Laxman Mahato was summoned by the Commission of Investigation of Abuse of

IRD intensifies actions against tax-evaders

KATHMANDU: The government has intensified investigation and action against business firms involved in evading huge amount of Value Added Tax

Bigwigs assure timely peace and statute

KATHMANDU: Top leaders of three main political parties have reiterated their commitments towards concluding the peace and constitution-making processes within

George Clooney arrested in planned protest at Sudanese embassy

Ryan Devereaux in New York, Guardian :  Actor and activist George Clooney has been arrested while protesting in front of

China Brings Tibetan Monasteries Under Direct Government Control

(RTTNews) - The Human Rights Watch (HRW) alleged on Friday that the Chinese government rescinded a key policy allowing Tibetan

France says Syria’s Assad must end violence first

By John Irish, PARIS (Reuters) - France insisted on Friday that any United Nations Security Council resolution on Syria must go

Supporters of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad attend a rally at Umayyad square in Damascus March 15, 2012. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri
Syrian forces press offensive in Idlib, 45 killed

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North Korea says it will launch long-range rocket

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea announced plans Friday to blast a satellite into space on the back of

Asian Apple fans snap up new iPad on 1st day

HONG KONG (AP) — Apple-mania gripped Asia on Friday as the company's latest iPad went on sale, drawing hordes of

Farmer got a herb for diabetic patients

Tanahu: A farmer in Tanahu district has grown a herb stevia locally called gulio pat ( sweet leaves), which is

Prez urges parties to gear up to meet the deadline

 no alternative other than to forge consensus to face probable challenges that would arise in course of peace building and

2 injured, 2 dead in Tanahu road accident

TANAHU: A tractor accident in wo persons died and two others were injured in a road accident at Gunadi of

Farwest closed

The orgainzers called the strike demanding scrapping the recommendations of the SRC report that has proposed to divide Far-West into

Republic memorial at Naryanhiti

Kathmandu: A cabinet meeting on Friday morning has decided to built the Republic memorial park at Naryanhiti Palace. 82 ropanis

Invitation goes out to Moon

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai has sent an invitation to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to visit Nepal. A

Lawyers conference kicks off in capital

KATHMANDU: National conference of all legal professionals affilated to Nepal Bar Associations has started in theKathmandu. The 12th All Nepal

China: Tibetan Monasteries Placed Under Direct Rule

HRW (New York): The Chinese government has ended a key policy of allowing Tibetan monasteries to be run by monks

Syria and Libya: Two paths to freedom

By Rana Jawad, BBC News, Tripoli: People in Libya and Syria both rose up to overthrow decades of tyrannical rule.

A combination picture shows China's Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang (L) attending an agreement signing in Athens in a June 15, 2010 file photo, and Chongqing Municipality Communist Party Secretary Bo Xilai attending a meeting of the annual session of the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in a March 6, 2010 file photo. Bo, the Communist Party boss of China's southwestern city of Chongqing, has been removed, state news agency Xinhua said on March 15, 2012, following a scandal involving a senior aide who took refuge in a U.S. diplomatic mission last month. Zhang will replace Bo, Xinhua said in a brief report, and will also keep his vice premier portfolio. REUTERS/John Kolesidis/Jason Lee/Files
In China, a Rare View of Infighting by Leaders

By MICHAEL WINES,NY Times: BEIJING — A deep vein of intrigue has always pulsed through the messy process of sorting

Prachanda trying to woo commanders

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: Prachanda has informed commanders that opposition parties were positive on awarding the rank of colonel to the