KATHMANDU, Aug 1:  A senior leader of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in India has suggested to Nepal to pursue a “Look South” policy in its foreign policy orientation keeping in view the "immense benefit" Nepal can reap from India, India Ocean and beyond.

KATHMANDU, April 24: The Central Working Committee (CWC) meeting of the Nepali Congress, which is underway sice the last few days,  dwelled on reasons behind the party's defeat in the recent federal, provincial and local elections on Monday.

KATHMANDU, March 26:  Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that Nepal's foreign policy based on a policy of friendship will remain balanced.

KATHMANDU, Mar 5: Newly appointed Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies, Matrika Prasad Yadav, has said that he would adopt a zero-tolerance policy against corruption.

DHANGADHI, Feb 19: The first cabinet meeting of Province 7 held on Sunday decided to adopt a zero-tolerance policy against corruption.

NAWALPARASI, Dec 18: In her twilight years, 59-year-old Pabitra Tiwari of Kuleni Rajahar still remembers how it used to be like living in the village during her youthful days. “Our farms were fertile. The yields were good. Water scarcity was virtually unheard of,” she recalled. “Most of our problems were petty.”

Parties adopt blame game as new strategy

November 23, 2017 04:00 am

TERHATHUM, Nov 23: Political parties in Tehrathum are making final attempts to seek the favor of voters by intensifying their campaigns. In order to convince the voters, candidates are not just selling their dreams and highlighting their strengths but are also pointing out to the weaknesses of their opponents.

KATHMANDU, July 23: International Cricket Council (ICC) has expressed positive intuitions on the progress made by advisory committee regarding the reinstatement of Nepal’s membership as an associate.

KHOTANG, July 2: The elected municipality committee of Majhuwagadhi Municipality, Rupakot in Khotang district has decided to adopt 'zero tolerance against corruption'.

LAHAN, May 24: Electoral alliances between various political parties in the first phase of local elections failed to garner the number of votes they had expected. Yet, undeterred by the failure, political parties are mulling to form electoral alliances in the second phase of the local elections slated for June 14.

LAHAN, May 24: Electoral alliances between various political parties in the first phase of local elections failed to garner the number of votes they had expected. Yet, undeterred by the failure, political parties are mulling to form electoral alliances in the second phase of the local elections slated for June 14.

KATHMANDU, March 7: The United States has urged all protesters and parties in Nepal to engage in the democratic process through non-violent means.

From entry-level to senior management, most workers have something more they’d like to achieve in their professional lives. But advancing your career doesn’t just mean getting a promotion or switching to another company. Every day, there are simple, little things you can do to improve your productivity, your job satisfaction and your overall standing with your colleagues. Here are eight habits you can start forming today to help your career.

KATHMANDU, Oct 18: Nepal should strengthen primary health care system instead of focusing on big hospitals, according to Prof Dr Philippe Douste-Blazy, Under Secretary General of the United Nations and Special Advisor on Innovative Financing for Development.

Adopt a rescued dog?

July 16, 2016 10:45 am

Have you seen a destitute and sick dog strolling in the maddening streets of Kathmandu? If so you might have felt pity for it or simply ignored at times. Did you know that there are more than 20, 000 rescued stray dogs at the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT)?

KATHMANDU, June 20: The sub-committee under the Legislature-Parliament's Good Governance and Monitoring Committee has submitted its report to the main committee.