December 18, 2020 12:36 pm

Here comes the humming of a bee Like a bubbling water sprouts Festivities, in minds and hearts Colorful bazaar and heavy bags

DAMAK, June 24: Incessant rainfall on Friday evening and Saturday morning has submerged the city area of Damak yet again. Lack of proper management of rain water in Damak often results in inundation.

PALPA June 3:The Tansen Bazar in Palpa was closed today to mourn the fatal bus accident occurred at Humin of Rambha Rural Municipality last Friday, killing 14 people. The local business community decided to close their business on their own will, aggrieving the losses of valuable lives in the accident.

RAJBIRAJ, May 23: Property worth million of rupees was reduced to ashes when a fire started from a pharmacy here this morning later destroyed three houses at Bhediya Bazar of Surunga Municipality-2 in Saptari.

MYAGDI, March 26: Taking bath in Kaligandaki and Myagdi rivers was not a matter of hesitation for Bikram Shrestha. A resident of Beni Municipality, he would cherish the opportunity. However, that is no more the case.

BANIYANI, Jhapa, March 13: Gold and silver dealers in Jhapa today shutdown the local Birtamod Bazar in protest of against the killing of their colleague Sajan Mukhiya.

JAJARKOT, August 27: A massive landslide  on Friday night which hit more than two dozen houses at Thatibazaar New Road has left  Khalanga Bazaar folks in fear.

Holeri Bazar waiting for polls

May 6, 2017 07:23 am

ROLPA, May 5: Holeri bazaar of Rolpa has a special connection with the ‘people’s war’. During the decade-long Maoist insurgency, this town never remained at peace. On 13 February of 1996, Maoists attacked the police post in Holeri and went underground officially. While the police were not prepared for the attack, the rebels had bombed with powerful explosives.

KATHMANDU, Jan 6: Fashion Sasto Bazar officially started its operation from Thursday.

Liping Bazar turns lifeless again

July 13, 2016 08:00 am

LIPING, July 13: Towering mountains loom above. The mighty Bhotekoshi river flows below, clearly separating Nepal and the People's Republic of China. A few houses stand alongside the river and a few others are poised precariously on the slopes along the Araniko Highway. It is a scene that makes one shudder a little even at normal times. But now it is even more unsettling, thanks to the recent flooding in the Bhotekoshi followed by landslides. Liping, the local bazar leading up to the Miteri bridge linking the two countries, is in shambles. Thousands of traders and members of the general public have been affected.