NEW DELHI, June 26: The government of India has appointed Samant Goel as the new Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief and Arvind Kumar as the Director of the Intelligence Bureau (IB).

MYAGDI, March 22: Fourteen years ago, Beni witnessed a devastating offensive launched by the then rebel Maoist rebels during the decade-long armed insurgency. On the night of March 20, 2004, the rebels infiltrated the town, the district headquarters of Myagdi, and launched a deadly attack on security personnel from all sides.

KATHMANDU, Dec 22: The government should move away from import-based taxation by lowering tariff rates if it wants to improve the import-to-export environment in the country, a recent report prepared by the World Bank Group states.

GORKHA, Sept 12: When the 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the country on 25 April of 2015, fourteen districts were the most affected. At its epicenter was Gorkha, where cracks were visible even on land. Though there was a loud hue and cry for help, the government could not address the problems of the quake victims on time.

RATNANAGAR (Chitwan), July 26: Police have busted a gang involved in extortion by threatening industrialists of Chitwan in guise of representative of the Indian intelligence agency 'RAW'.  The racketeers arrested were made public by organizing a press conference at the Chitwan District Police Office on Wednesday.

Moonlight, based on the play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue by Tarell Alvin McCraney and directed and written by Barry Jenkins, won ‘Best Picture’ among many awards this year’s Oscars.

BIRGUNJ, Dec 11: Raxaul locals have obstructed the entry of the trucks laden with raw materials to Nepal through the border entry point staging a sit-in near the Indian Customs Office since Sunday morning.

BIRGUNJ, Oct 3: The domestic leather industry is facing trouble after the increase in trafficking of raw leather -- the export of which has been restricted -- out of the country.

KATHMANDU, July 2: Nepali migrant workers have urged the government to reverse its decision of barring overseas returnees from bringing raw gold and silver into the country.

KATHMANDU, July 1: Nepali migrant workers have urged the government to reverse its decision of barring overseas returnees from bringing raw gold and silver into the country.

KATHMANDU, June 30:Jewelers have opposed a government decision to bar overseas returnees from bringing raw gold into the country.