KATHMANDU, June 23:Changba Tamang of Nuwakot, one of the seven Nepalis injured in Monday's Kabul suicide bomb attack, died on Wednesday, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. With this, the death toll of Nepalis has reached 13.

Bodies arrive from Kabul

June 23, 2016 02:30 am

KATHMANDU, June 23: The government on Wednesday brought home the bodies of the 12 Nepali citizens who were killed in a suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Monday. Along with the dead bodies, as many as 24 Nepalis also returned home quitting their jobs in Afghanistan.

KATHMANDU, June 23:The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nepal is set to organize "Korea Culture Day-Taste Korea" at the Army Officers' Club, Bhadrakali, Kathmandu on Saturday.

JHAPA, June 23:Early on Wednesday, security personnel deployed at the border transit point of Kakarbhitta in Jhapa district prevented a group of women from entering India. Police suspected that they were being trafficked and started interrogating them.

RAJBIRAJ, June 23: Locals living in an island village in Saptari district have become terrified with the increasing level of water in the Saptakoshi River.

KATHMANDU, June 23:The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu observed the second International Day of Yoga on Tuesday amid a function in the capital on Tuesday. In the function presided over Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, instructors from Patanjali Yogapeeth demonstrated yoga practices based on the Common Yoga Protocol.

Two people drown

June 23, 2016 01:55 am

BIRATNAGAR, June 23:Two persons have died after drowning in Teli River in Morang district on Wednesday. The river washed them away while they were attempting to cross it, police said.

KATHMANDU, June 23:The incessant rainfall that has continued for the last three days throughout the country will last for the next couple of days, according to meteorological officials.

KATHMANDU, June23: Yeti Airlines has handed over a check for Rs 306,023 each to four social organizations -- United Mission to Nepal (UMN), Habitat for Humanity, Blinknow Foundation and World Vision International. Issuing a statement on Wednesday, the airline said that the assistance has been possible with the help of passengers travelling with Yeti Airlines.

The government is sending a Nepal Airlines plane to Kabul to bring back the bodies of Nepali citizens who died in a suicide bomb attack in the Afghan capital on Monday.