ZIMBABWE, Aug 2: At least three people died in Zimbabwe on Wednesday after political protests bubbled into violence, The Associated Press reports.

KATHMANDU, July 16: Main opposition Nepali Congress lawmakers have disrupted the meeting of the House of Representatives.

Michael Obi and his driver were abducted at gunpoint on 26 June in Enugu but were released on Monday.

It’s been over a week since Gulf countries stopped importing fruit and vegetables from Kerala, following the Nipah outbreak.

Best friends Henry and Baloo have a lot in common - they have both been rescued and now enjoy long walks in the great outdoors. What makes them special to their many fans is that they are a dog and cat travelling duo.

DOLAKHA, March 27: From distance, it looks like a majestic ancient town. The beauty is breath taking. As you go near, the settlement gives you a disturbing feel. The houses are in ruins, and it feels that they can crumble any moment and you would fear to stand around for a little while. However, the village is still home to its inhabitants.

KATHMANDU, Jan 19: With the government announcing temporary provincial capitals in places other than where the Election Commission (EC) established its offices for conducting National Assembly polls, there is confusion over polling locations for the upper house elections.

KATHMANDU, Dec 20: With the historic elections to the federal parliament and provincial assemblies over, the nation has now entered into a new political course of constitution implementation per se.

GAIGHAT, UDAYAPUR, Dec 2: CPN (UML) chair KP Sharma Oli has said the second phase of the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies scheduled for December 7 would not be halted despite attempts to terrorise the election atmosphere by bomb blasts in some parts of the country.

RAUTAHAT, Nov 30: Police have fired at least 50 rounds of bullet to take the situation under control in Rautahat on Thursday evening.

DOLAKHA, Nov 26: As the polling of the first phase of the election is about to get over, different cases of proxy votes and booth capturing have created tension in numbers of polling centers in Dolakha.

South Korea, Nov 24:  North Korea appears to have replaced all of its guards at a jointly patrolled border area where a North Korean soldier defected last week under a hail of gunfire, South Korean media said Friday. Military officials said they could not confirm the report.

JHAPA, Oct 30: At a time when the parties are busy finalizing the name of the candidates for the upcoming elections of House of Representatives and Provincial Assemblies under First-Past-the-Post (FPTP) electoral system, it seems very tough within the various alliances to decide the final candidacy for Jhapa.

The Election Commission (EC) is engaged in a meeting with legal experts following Supreme Court’s (SC) order on Wednesday to print separate ballot papers for upcoming elections of House of Representatives and Province.

KATHMANDU, Sept 9: Nepal’s largest festival Dashain is only two weeks away, but booking of bus tickets has not yet opened. Instead, the bus operators have resorted to protest the government’s decision to restrict them from ferrying passengers on rooftops of the buses.

BAJURA, Aug 11: The new local level offices are for more convenience of the people. However, these offices are still in a mess due to the lack of infrastructures and policies. And this has affected government services in more than one ways. For instance, medicine procurement procedure has been delayed, say the officials concerned. According to Ramesh Kunwar, public health officer of Bajura, the delay is natural.

DHARAN, July 6: Vote count halted on Monday midnight over ballot miscalculation row has resumed today morning following the all-party agreement to replace the current returning officer  with a new one.

GORKHA, July 3: A 15-month-old child has died from diarrhea at Barpak of Sulikot Rural Municipality-2 in Gorkha.

BAJHANG, June 28: Voting process has been halted at Pandu Higher Secondary center of Jay Prithivi Bahadur Municipality-3 of the district.

BHAKTAPUR, June 21: Nagarik Community Hospital at Gatthaghar of Bhaktapur today remained tense following the death of a patient.

KATHMANDU, May 27: The ruling parties and the main opposition party CPN-UML have agreed to stop remaining adamant on their stances in a bid to end the current political impasse.

KATHMANDU, May 26: A  meeting of the Legislature-Parliament has been postponed until 4 pm after the main opposition CPN-UML disrupted it demanding withdrawal of added local units and impeachment of Chief Justice Sushila Karki.

KATHMANDU, May 18:  Bibeksheel Nepali candidate Ranju Neupane (Darshana) is following Raju Raj Joshi, mayoral candidate of Nepali Congress.

KATHMANDU, May 5: The Legislature-Parliament meeting has been adjourned till Sunday 1 pm following obstruction by the CPN-UML lawmakers on Friday.

KATHMANDU, March 6: The United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) has called an emergency meeting following the death of its cadre on Monday.

PALPA, Jan 26: Manisha Thapa of Bharrabsthan in the district has been admitted to a local health facility after she was allegedly tortured by her school teacher. She is a sixth grader at Bhairab Janata Secondary School in the locality.

BIRATANAGAR, Jan 15: Minister for Urban Development Arjun Narasingha KC has stressed on constructing quake-resistant buildings strictly abiding by the building code.

RAJBIRAJ, Dec 16: A minor was murdered ruthlessly after being abducted for ransom in Saptari district.

KATHMANDU, Nov 23: The body of Santa Bahadur Tamang, a migrant worker who died in Malaysia in the course of discharging his duties, has been brought to Kathmandu following the direction of Prime Minister Puspa Kahal Dahal.

BEIJING, Oct 31: Chinese state media say 33 miners are trapped after a gas explosion ripped through the shaft in which they were working.

KATHMANDU, Oct 22: Senior orthopedic surgeon at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH), Dr Govinda KC on Saturday demanded an action against the suspended Chief at the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), Lokman Singh Karki following his removal from the post through the impeachment motion.

LALITPUR, Oct 3: Are you violating traffic rules?  If you are, be careful! If you violate traffic rules, you will be caught at any time.

BEIJING, Sept 29: At least 32 people were reported missing Thursday after rain-saturated hillsides collapsed onto villages in southeastern China following a typhoon.

NEPALGUN, Set 2: The pro-monarch cadres clashed with police after the latter removed the bust of late King Birendra Shah from Dhamboji Chowk.

KATHMANDU, Aug 23: The Basundhara-based Ishan Children and Women's Hospital in Kathmandu remained tensed on Tuesday, following vandalism by the relatives and parents of a child who died in the course of treatment today morning.

BHAKTAPURT, Aug 8: A girl has committed suicide after the publication of Grade XII results under the Faculty of Science last night.

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