KATHMANDU, July 5: The national team selection committee comprising of International Cricket Council representative Venkatapathi Raju, national team head coach Jagat Tamata and skipper Paras Khadka on Monday announced a 15-member squad for England tour slated for July 11 to 22.
KAVRE, July 5: Ramchandra Timilsina of Kushadevi-2 in Kavre district saw foreign employment as the only option to clear long-standing debts, pay for his children's education and bring a measure of economic stability to his family.
ABU DHABI (UAE), July 3: As many as five Nepali migrant workers on average have been dying every month over the last three years in the UAE, according to the figures maintained by Embassy of Nepal at Abu Dhabi.
KATHMANDU, June 24:South Asian Games judo gold medalist Phupu Lhamu Khatri and archer Jeet Bahadur Moktan's participation in 2016 Rio Olympic has been confirmed by Nepal Olympic Committee (NOC) taking the number of Nepali participant in Olympic to seven.
KATHMANDU, June 23: Following the Afghanistan bomb attack which killed 13 Nepali citizens, the government has imposed a ban on employment for Nepali workers in the four conflict-ravaged countries of Afghanistan, Syria, Libya and Iraq.
UAE, June 18: A Nepali citizen, who had come here in search of a job has died from heart attack on Saturday. The deceased is identified as Bishal Mechey of Dhaijhan-3, Jhapa. Mechey, who arrived in UAE on a visit visa on June 3, died on the way to hospital, according to his brother Amit Mechey.
"One day there was a call from the US. When I picked up the phone I learnt that Michelle Obama was at the other end. I asked her if she was really the first lady of the USA. She answered 'yes'. She invited me to attend a party in the US. The phone was t hen cut off."