BIRATNAGAR, Jan 27: Entrepreneurs in the eastern region of the country have announced protest programs against the concerned bodies for excessive interest rates.

United Nations, June 14: The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) held its 10th emergency meeting, Wednesday on Israel's response to protests dubbed the 'Great Return March' along the border with Gaza. The UN voted to condemn Israel's excessive force, marked by the use of live ammunition.

KATHMANDU, Nov 10: Chief Election Commissioner Dr Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has urged the concerned government bodies to monitor the excessive spending by the parties and their candidates in the election campaigning. The election of the House of Representatives and Provincial parliament is being held soon.

KATHMANDU: Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC) has demanded the opening of economic and financial institutions even during holidays. Issuing a statement on Friday, the umbrella organization of businessmen and merchants, said that it was concerned that numerous holidays by the government to celebrate festivals was affecting the economy of the country.

LAHAN July 19: Scorching heat in the past few days has affected normal life of people in the district. People's movement has been restricted largely as they are finding it difficult to step out of their homes due to excessive hot, the locals said.

MAHENDRANAGAR, June 4: With the peak summer season in full swing, the rising temperatures in eastern and mid Tarai region including Dhanusha has disrupted normal life.

CHITWAN, Jan 13: A new mother died due to excessive bleeding 12 hours after delivering a baby girl at a remote village in Lotharko VDC- 9 in the district.

CHITWAN, Jan 13: Eleven hours after delivering her baby, a twenty-two years old nursing mother Subimaya Chepang in the remote Kanda village in Chitwan died Thursday after excessive bleeding amid lack of medical intervention. According to the husband of the deceased, Mangal Bahadur Chepang, 24, though she was bleeding badly it 'was not easy to rush her to the health post as that would take three hours of walk up and down the hills.'

KATHMANDU, Jan 8: A large sinkhole opened up in the public road at Naxal on Sunday as a stretch of the road caved in due to excessive digging for the construction of Hotel Hilton.

KATHMANDU, Jan 2: While several parts of the country on Sunday experienced intermittent rainfall as well as snowfall, meteorologists have stated that the extreme chill will continue for one more day. This sudden drop of temperature is the result of the howling winds that entered Nepal from the Mediterranean Sea, according to the experts.

BIRGUNJ, Dec 14: Two persons died of hypothermia in Bara and Parsa districts resulting from excessive cold gripping the mid Tarai region for the past few days.

Excessive cold claims 13-year-old

December 13, 2016 12:48 pm

RAJBIRAJ, Dec 13: A 13-year-old boy has died of hypothermia resulting from the cold wave sweeping the southern plain compounded with thick blanket of fog at Gobargadha, Saptari last night.

UPDATE: The Nepse benchmark index plunged 58.46 points, or 3.53 percent, to close at 1,599.62 points. The market remained volatile thorough out the trading day as panicked investors, with no apparent reasons, scrambled to offload their shares.