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Capital’s road expansion: easy to demolish difficult to build

By Bikas Lohani, Kathmandu, March 29: After the government started works to expand capital's narrow roads despite some protests from

Bomb damages traffic police office in Mahottari

BARDIBAS, Mar. 31: The Traffic Police Office building has been damaged in a powerful bomb explosion last night at Jaleswor,

World Santa Kabir conference begins in janakpurdham

JANAKPURDHAM, Mar. 31: The World Santa Kabir Conference began in Janakpurdham on Friday. The two-day conference has followers of Santa

SAARC women entrepreneurs honoured

KATHMANDU, Mar. 1:  The South Asian Women Entrepreneurs Council (SAWEC) honored various women entrepreneurs of SAARC countries on the occasion

Leaders express confidence to meet constitution writing deadline

Kathmandu, March 30: Political party leaders have promised to promulgate the new constitution within the stipulated timeframe by institutionalizing peace

Madeshi Front’s power show today

Kathmandu, March 30: The United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) is organizing a mass rally in the capital today. A meeting

CPN UML Chairman Jhalnath Khanal
UML Chair returns home, says no political pilgrimage

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Call against ethnic based federalism

Kathmandu, March 30: Leaders affiliated to various Leaders of various political parties have opined that State restructuring based on ethnicity

Nepal: Countdown For New Constitution

By Chirendra Satyal The Supreme Court yesterday ruled to uphold an earlier judgment that the constituent assembly (CA) must complete

China Reportedly Threatens ‘Torture’ For Tibet Informants

VOA News: Media rights advocacy group Reporters Without Borders says Chinese authorities openly threaten with “torture” those who circulate information

Aung San Suu Kyi criticises Burmese election irregularities

Esmer Golluoglu, Rangoon,Guardian: Aung San Suu Kyi has said Burma's elections this weekend will be neither free nor fair because

France arrests 19 suspected Islamist militants in raids

BBC News: Police in France have arrested 19 suspected Islamist militants and seized weapons in a series of dawn raids,

China trying to turn religion into a political vehicle

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: Buddhist politics is gaining currency as far as China is concerned. Come next month there are two

Gyanendra could be back in the throne any time this…

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: Political parties --or better still their leaders--appear determined to maintain the status quo and ensure that politics

Major parties agree to form transitional commissions

KATHMANDU, March 30: The three major political parties have today agreed to form commissions for Disappearances and Truth and Reconciliation

Freed Kamaiyas receive ID Cards

KATHMANDU, March 30: The Freed Haliya Rehabilitation and Monitoring Taskforce has so far distributed identity cards to 1,215 freed Haliya

Butwal rolls out dozer to remove illegal road structures

Butwal, Mar. 30: Permanent and temporary structures built by encroaching roads in Rupandehi district has begun. The Department of Roads

Salyan Jeep accident kills 6, injures 10

SALYAN, March 30: As many as six persons died and 10 others were seriously injured in a jeep accident near

Tibet on fire: Is the world listening ?

N24Correspondent (AP) NEW DELHI: A young Buddhist monk has become the latest to set himself on fire in southwest China,

Tibetan’s Self-Immolation Casts Shadow over BRICS Summit

By ISHAAN THAROOR, AP: The build-up to conclaves like the BRICS summit underway now in New Delhi usually generates lofty