No election for speaker unless case against Mahara settled down: Poudel
No election for speaker unless case against Mahara settled down: Poudel
KATHMANDU, Oct 22: The leader of ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Devendra Poudel said that no election for the vacant post of speaker of House of Representatives will be held until and unless the case against former Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara is settled down.
NC truly deserves post of speaker: Lekhak
NC truly deserves post of speaker: Lekhak
KATHMANDU, Oct 22: Leader of the main opposition Nepali Congress Ramesh Lekhak said that his party rightly deserves the post of speaker of House of Representatives.
Every criminal will be brought to book: NCP leader Rayamajhi
Every criminal will be brought to book: NCP leader Rayamajhi
Kathmandu, Oct 22: Ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) leader Top Bahadur Rayamajhi has said government will charge to every criminal.
History in Nepal-China ties
History in Nepal-China ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping returned home on October 13 wrapping up his two-day state visit...

Tapping into the sun
Tapping into the sun

Using the sun to dry crops and grain is one of the oldest applications of...

Check your facts
Check your facts

JOHANNESBURG – According to fact-checkers at the Washington Post, US President Donald Trump has made...

Reviving trust in judiciary
Reviving trust in judiciary

Onus of cultivating public trust in judiciary lies on professionals engaged in justice delivery process....

Let Sajha rise
Let Sajha rise

Sajha Yatayat, a cooperative public transportation organization established in 1961 to provide efficient and affordable public transportation services to the people in Kathmandu Valley, evokes pleasant memories among all those who have used...

AFC Cup final moved from North Korea to China due to sanctions - AFC
AFC Cup final moved from North Korea to China due to sanctions - AFC

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 22: Next week’s AFC Cup final between North Korea’s 4.25 SC and Lebanon’s Al Ahed will be played in Shanghai instead of Pyongyang due to sanctions affecting the North, the Asian Football Confederation said on Tuesday.

Healthy and happy pets
Healthy and happy pets

Pets are an essential part of our lives. They are truly a man’s best friends. Research suggests that pet owners...
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Common décor mistakes to avoid
Common décor mistakes to avoid

Decorating your home is fun. Little tweaks here and there have the power to completely change the feel of a...
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You too can have beautiful hair!
You too can have beautiful hair!

We all want luscious, silky hair but the sun, pollution, and harsh tap water often wreck havoc and make our...
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Time for jazz
Time for jazz

Surya Nepal Jazzmandu, aka the Kathmandu Jazz Festival, started on October 17 (yesterday) and will continue until October 23. For...
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Indian celebs pour support to acid attack victim*
Indian celebs pour support to acid attack victim*

KATHMANDU, Sept 27: Pictures and videos of Bollywood celebrities sending warm messages to acid attack survivor Muskan Khatun and Nepali celebrities meeting her at her hospital...
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Nintendo's Mario mobile game suffers launch day server overload
Nintendo's Mario mobile game suffers launch day server overload

TOKYO, Sept 25: Nintendo Co Ltd’s (7974.T) hotly awaited mobile title Mario Kart Tour launched on Wednesday with many users complaining server overload meant they were...
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Three-day China Film Festival begins in Kathmandu
Three-day China Film Festival begins in Kathmandu

KATHMANDU, Sept 18: The China Film Festival officially kicked off on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. ...
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Cities to step up at U.N. to push climate fight, sustainable development
Cities to step up at U.N. to push climate fight, sustainable development

UNITED NATIONS, Sept 17:  As some world leaders question whether the world is facing a climate emergency, more than a dozen cities are stepping up to...
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Voting for NRNA's new leadership is over
Voting for NRNA's new leadership is over

KATHMANDU, Oct 17: Voting for the new leadership of the Non-Resident Nepali Association has completed. ...
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NRNA's election process begins
NRNA's election process begins

KATHMANDU, Oct 17: The election process to elect a new leadership of Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) which was postponed on Tuesday has begun at 10:00 am on Thursday. ...
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Making NRNA meaningful
Making NRNA meaningful

Nepali Diaspora has a high potential to effectively become a development partner of Nepal to help her graduate from LDC status to middle-income country as targeted. Registered with the government of Nepal, the Diaspora has a well networked national chapter (National Coordination Councils, known as NCCs) in over eighty countries under the leadership of the Non-Resident Nepali Association-International Coordination Council...
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NRNA all set to hold 9th World Conference
NRNA all set to hold 9th World Conference

KATHMANDU, Oct 14: Non-Resident Nepalis Association (NRNA) has informed that preparations for its 9th World Conference to be held in Kathmandu have been completed. ...
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Federalism: learning by doing
Federalism: learning by doing

Issues have emerged regarding effective implementation of federalism. But there is a long way to...

Pro and cons of social health security program
Pro and cons of social health security program

Government health insurance is a universal health insurance policy. It is regarded as a social...

We still have a lot more with us
We still have a lot more with us

Prior to the April 25 Earthquake of 7.8 magnitudes in Nepal, I had already received...

Notre Dame Fire: As It Happened
Notre Dame Fire: As It Happened

A year ago, I had met a friend of mine from France. My meeting with...

Why we need science?
Why we need science?

​Nepal government has allocated only 0.38 percent of the total budget for science and technology....