Press Council Nepal draws Press Council of India's attention over baseless propaganda of some Indian media
Press Council Nepal draws Press Council of India's attention over baseless propaganda of some Indian media
KATHMANDU, July 10: Taking a strong exception to contents produced by some Indian news channels including Zee News which linked Prime Minister KP Oli with Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi, Press Council Nepal (PCN) has drawn the attention of Press Council of India.
NC expresses sorrow over loss of life and property due to floods, landslides
NC expresses sorrow over loss of life and property due to floods, landslides
KATHMANDU, July 10: The main opposition party, Nepali Congress (NC) has expressed sorrow over the loss of lives and property as a result of the floods and landslides triggered by the incessant rainfall in the past few days in different parts of the country.
NCP Standing Committee meeting postponed for a week
NCP Standing Committee meeting postponed for a week
KATHMANDU, July 10: The Standing Committee meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has been postponed for another seven days.
Unteaching tyranny
Unteaching tyranny

When a fellow professor in a teacher training program said last month that he takes...

How kids communicate
How kids communicate

I consider this lockdown period as a productive time for me. During this time at...

Who is to blame?
Who is to blame?

When relations between the two states deteriorate due to various reasons, dialogue is a tool...

Use of fake news to disparage China
Use of fake news to disparage China

Psychologists Gordon Pennycook and David Rand claim “only unexpected information can filter through to higher stages...

Editorial: Say no to war
Editorial: Say no to war

There is a real reason to worry for Nepal and the countries in Asia and beyond: China and India look headed toward military confrontation along the Line of Actual Control region in the...

Farewell, my friend
Farewell, my friend

Peter J Karthak, musician, writer, storyteller, husband, father, friend, passed away on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at 77. He had...
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Three amazing noodle recipes
Three amazing noodle recipes

Really, who doesn’t love noodles? And although this dish can be found and is eaten all over the world, its...
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Alone together; Self-isolation in a joint family
Alone together; Self-isolation in a joint family

Self-isolation is rarely possible in a culture that demands families to stay together in the same household. When social distancing...
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An artist on the rise
An artist on the rise

Sarana Shrestha is a 20-year-old artist based in Kathmandu. Unlike many artists who seem to have a knack for drawing...
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TikTok video of former crown princess Himani and daughters goes viral
TikTok video of former crown princess Himani and daughters goes viral

KATHMANDU, June 9:  TikTok has been a popular app among youths in Nepal. People from all walks of life and social status seem to have...
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Freedom of expression gone wrong? Paatal Lok angers Nepalis who seek apology from Indian actor Anushka Sharma
Freedom of expression gone wrong? Paatal Lok angers Nepalis who seek apology from Indian actor Anushka Sharma

KATHMANDU, May 19 : Nepalis have been raging in an opinion war over the use of vulgar words on Nepali women in a new Indian...
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To propagate Buddhism, we need to follow the rules
To propagate Buddhism, we need to follow the rules

Since the recent outbreak of COVID-19, the global epidemic has hit us hard. In this disaster, we, the Tibetan Buddhist disciples, suggest that the religious...
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Lockdown rendezvous with Sampada Malla
Lockdown rendezvous with Sampada Malla

KATHMANDU, April 26: At a time when the country is in lockdown due to the coronavirus, SRBN Media that produced the famous Nepali television show,...
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130 Nepalis die of COVID-19 abroad; 26,000 plus infected
130 Nepalis die of COVID-19 abroad; 26,000 plus infected

KATHMANDU, July 4: A total of 130 Nepali nations have succumbed to global pandemic of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the foreign land. According to the Non-Resident Nepalese Association (NRNA), those losing their life as a result of COVID-19 infection lived in 13 different countries. ...
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No Nepali died of COVID-19 in  foreign countries last week
No Nepali died of COVID-19 in foreign countries last week

KATHMANDU, June 14: None of the Nepali nationals living in various foreign countries died due to COVID-19 last week. ...
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NRNA readies preliminary list of Nepalis who want to return home
NRNA readies preliminary list of Nepalis who want to return home

KATHMANDU, June 5: The Non-Resident Nepalis Association (NRNA) has prepared the preliminary list of nearly 40 thousand Nepalis in various countries in the Middle East who want to return home. ...
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Embassy urges Nepalis who want to return home to update their personal details
Embassy urges Nepalis who want to return home to update their personal details

LONDON, June 1: The Embassy of Nepal here has urged the Nepali citizens who are compelled to return to Nepal to update their information details. ...
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Hong Kong is China’s matter
Hong Kong is China’s matter

Hong Kong is a special administrative region (SAR) of China. Surrounded by the South China Sea on...

Youth awakening
Youth awakening

Mao once said a revolution is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or...

Change thyself
Change thyself

Nepal has approximately 30 million people with a median age of 24.6 years. Of this...

Online classes remind us of our privileges
Online classes remind us of our privileges

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all forced to self-isolate and stay at home...

Youth and good governance
Youth and good governance

Youth represent the largest segment in Nepali society. According to Nepal’s National Youth Policy, approximately...

Authorities should act before suicide becomes a pervasive health crisis, say experts
Authorities should act before suicide becomes a pervasive health crisis, say experts

KATHMANDU, July 6: It was 1:30 on Wednesday night. The District Police Office in Dang received a phone call from an unspecified individual complaining that a girl was trying to commit suicide by coming live on Facebook. Perplexed if the complaint was a hoax or a serious one, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Sivha Bahadur Singh and few other police officers rushed to find the location. The caller had given clear details about the girl’s Facebook account and hints of her location. However, the team failed to track the spot until the next two hours.