KATHMANDU, May 3: The Supreme Court (SC) has sought a written response from the government on its failure to submit its reports on the implementation status of various international conventions and treaties related to human rights that Nepal is party to.
GANDAKI, APRIL 2: Representatives of the Nepali Congress Gandaki Provincial Committee have started submitting reports under the 'Let's go from door to door and bring victory to the Congress' campaign, targeted for the May 13 local elections.
KATHMANDU, August 2: All industries will have to submit their progress reports of the Fiscal Year 2017/18 to the government by mid-January 2019, according to a provision of Industrial Enterprise Act 2073 BS that came into force from the past fiscal year.
LAOS, July 25: More than forty people died after a dam collapsed in Laos, sweeping several houses and causing damage, volunteers reported on social media. A group of volunteers which rounds up support for victims of the floods caused by the dam collapse reported that more than 40 people died and 200 are still missing.
LONDON, July 22: Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno is not planning to meet with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who resides in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, during the president's upcoming visit to the United Kingdom, the Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry said on July 19.
RUSSIA, June 28: After suffering a shocking 2-0 loss to South Korea, the Germans failed to advance to the knock-out round of the World Cup. This is the first time since 1938 that a German team didn’t make it out of the group stage of the tournament.
KATHMANDU, Nov 27: The first round of the two-phase parliamentary and provincial assembly elections conducted on Sunday witnessed 65 percent voter turnout, according to the Election Commission (EC). The election body said the voter turnout estimate was preliminary and was likely to increase as the final details are collected.
CARACAS, August 6: Venezuelan ruling party chief Diosdado Cabello says Sunday that there was a “terrorist” attack at a military base controlled by troops loyal to the government and several people were arrested.
KATHMANDU, July 31: Nepali Congress (NC) Chief Whip Chinkaji Shrestha has refuted media reports that said he was dissatisfied with the recent cabinet expansion. Issuing a press statement on Monday, Chief Whip Shrestha said he had never lodged any complaints with anyone including Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba about the cabinet expansion.
Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar looks set to face a disciplinary hearing over his involvement in a brawl that marred his Shanghai SIPG side's 1-1 draw with Guangzhou R&F in the Chinese Super League at the weekend.
LONDON, June 4: Terrorism struck at the heart of London, police said Sunday, after a vehicle veered off the road and mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge and gunshots rang out amid reports of knife attacks at nearby Borough Market.
PYONGYANG, May 7: North Korea said on Sunday it has detained another American citizen for suspicion of acts against the state, which if confirmed would make him the fourth U.S. citizen to be held by the isolated country amid diplomatic tensions.
KATHMANDU, March 17: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has issued a circular to district administrations across the country to submit a comprehensive report outlining potential security challenges to the local polls scheduled for May 14 and the measures they would take to meet those challenges.
WASHINGTON, Jan 11: Classified documents that the heads of four U.S. intelligence agencies presented last week to President-elect Donald Trump included claims that Russian intelligence operatives have compromising information about him, two U.S. officials said Tuesday evening.
KATHMANDU, Dec 8: Majority of international non-governmental organizations and non-governmental organizations (I/NGOs) involved in the reconstruction and rehabilitation work do not submit their monthly progress report to the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), according to the authority.
KATHMANDU, Nov 10: Almost all the districts, other than the eight districts under Province No. 2, have either submitted their reports proposing local units under the federal system, or are in the final stages of doing so.
TOKYO, Nov 6: Japan and India are set to sign a controversial civil nuclear deal this week, reports said Sunday, as the two Asian allies look to boost economic and security ties to counter an assertive China.