JUMLA, July 4: The medical team deployed by Karnali Institute of Health Sciences for the treatment of senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC has returned following lack of cooperation from the local administration.
SINDHUPALCHOWK, Nov 19: On Saturday, some Majhi youths of Jamune village of Sindhupalchowk were found placing flags of various political parties in their tents. Some others were found sticking pamphlets and banners of parties in Eklebesi.
MYAGDI, Nov 11: Candidates of various political parties have time and again reached to the Dalit community of Beni Municipality-5, Purunne and assured them of various rights and privileges which were hardly fulfilled. There were days when these fake promises offered some respite to the locals at least till the elections, but not anymore.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7: CPN-UML’s chair, KP Sharma Oli and CPN-Maoist’s Pushpa Kamal Dahal couldn’t supress their smiles as they jointly launched a common election manifesto at Royal Banquet, Tinkune today. See their smiles here.
KATHMANDU, Oct 27: Nepal could miss its target to become a 'middle-income' country by relying too heavily on remittance incomes, according to a new report prepared jointly by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment (SAWTEE).
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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.
BAJHANG, April 18: Though Kalpana Nepali is aware her caste can put her in difficult position, it’s not possible for her to avoid it. A resident of Patadeval village last week she was once again traumatized for being a Dalit. A milk seller in the district’s headquarter Chainpur refused to sell milk to her just because she is a Dalit.
There is a Chinese restaurant just off Leicester Square in London that has pretty decent food (if you like the sort of Chinese food that has been tweaked to suit a British palate) but what it is arguably more famous for is its appalling service. Yes, you read that right. It is frequented by people just as much for its brusque service as for its food. Now, in a place like London, an establishment that chooses to dispense with its ‘pleases’ and ‘thank you’s’ might have stumbled upon a unique, if rather risky, selling point.
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.
KATHMANDU, Aug 27: Amid calls from local level political leaders for increasing the number of local units to be delineated under the new federal setup, the commission formed to restructure the local bodies has said that the number of local units could be increased to 665 at the most, 100 more than the currently proposed.
HETAUDA, Aug 13: Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal chairman Kamal Thapa has said the governing parties cannot amend the constitution for changing the borders of provinces by neglecting the CPN (UML) and his party.