DAMAK, July 5: He had an option to live a comfortable life as a royal physician in the Bhutanese capital, Thimphu. But when the regime evicted around 75,000 of its Nepali-speaking population in the early 1990s, Doctor Bhampa Rai made up his mind and decided to follow his fellow citizens.

KATHMANDU, June 29: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has asserted that the incumbent government cannot afford to be a failure in any sector and is not willing to fail either.

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If the upcoming government is successful in materializing money laundering through one-time amnesty provision, it will set a wrong precedent.

JANAKPUR, July 29: Seventy-year-old Mati Waiba of Bateshwar Rural Municipality-1, Dhanusha, has been in iron chains for the past four months. The mentally ill person's family says he has been chained because he runs away from home.

KATHMANDU, July 16: Nepal U-23 football team is facing Uzbekistan in its second group stage match of the AFC U-23 Championship 2018 Qualifiers with the aim of improving its defensive performance on Monday.

KATHMANDU, Nov 5: Head coach of the Nepali national football team Gyotoku Koji has said that his team can't afford to take Timor Leste lightly when the two nations will meet in the group stage match of the AFC Solidarity Cup at Negeri Stadium, Malaysia on Saturday.

KATHMANDU, Sept 15: Following widespread criticisms over the trend of VVIPs and VIPs going to foreign countries for medical treatment on government cost and the misuse of the facility, the Finance Committee of the parliament has directed the government to provide assistance only to those who are not in a position to foot the medical bills themselves.