KATHMANDU, Sept 11: The Hong Kong Government has agreed to allow its vaccinated citizens stranded in Nepal to return home. Hong Kong has ceased its regular flights to Nepal since May, enlisting Nepal among the extremely risky nations in terms of COVID-19 transmission.
If makers are planning for a 'Game of Thrones' spin-off, they would have to invent zips for Maisie Williams to cast in the show. Maisie Williams aka Arya Stark seems to be fed-up of the costumes and said she will be in the show's reboot if "they invent zips and not have leather costumes that are laced up". It's all Williams would need to return to the show!
DADELDHURA, April 2: The ruinous floods of 2008 originated from Pantura River inundated the houses and property of 364 families in Simalkhet of Jogbudha, compelling the locals to live a miserable life in forests.
KATHMANDU, March 21: Private medical colleges have been finally agreed to return the amount they additionally charged from students and give students deprived of filling up the exam form earlier second chance till tomorrow to complete the process.
LAHORE, July 14: The deadliest attacks in Pakistan’s troubled election campaign killed at least 132 people, including a candidate, on Friday just before the arrest of disgraced former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif upon his return to the country.
DAMASCUS, July 9: State news agency SANA confirmed the that a deal had indeed been reached between the Syrian army and the rebels. The Syrian army and rebels forces have stopped military operations after a Russian-backed deal was brokered enabling some 28,000 people to re-enter the region.
GENEVA, June 29: U.N. Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths expects to get the warring parties in Yemen back to the negotiating table for the first time in years, and both sides have confirmed their willingness to talk, he said in a U.N. radio interview late on Thursday.
KHOTANG, June 5: Bimala Rai, deputy mayor of Halesi Tuwachung Municipality has urged the intellectuals of her local unit living in Kathmandu to return home for observing and contributing to the development of their hometown.
Actor Najir Husen has made a comeback in theater after a three-year-long gap. The last time he performed was in ‘Vaitaranee Café’ in 2015 which was directed and written by Dayahang Rai.
Theater enthusiasts were waiting for his return, and their patience has finally been rewarded with Husen coming back in the scene, with ‘The Ugly Duckling.’ Directed and conceptualized by Husen himself, the play is staged at Mandala Theater, Anamnagar, where it is on the show since May 11.
MYAGDI, April 8: Budhi Bahadur Pariyar, 29, of Malika Rural Municipality-2, Beligaun had promised his wife Pabitra that he would return home from Malaysia during next Dashain with new clothes for her. Unfortunately, his dream has been shattered. The whole village was grief-stricken when he returned home before the promised date, but, in a white coffin.
SYDNEY, March 30: Australia coach Darren Lehmann said on Thursday he would step down after this week’s test match against South Africa, as he took ultimate responsibility for the culture of a team embroiled in a ball-tampering scandal that has rocked the sport.
KATHMANDU, March 15:CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Puspa Kamal Dahal has said that he repeatedly urged Dr. Baburam Bhattai, coordinator of Naya Shakti Party Nepal to return to his previous party Maoist center.
RASUWA, March 9: After living a displaced life for more than 33 months, a large number of quake victims have headed for their home villages for the reconstruction of their houses destroyed by the earthquake in 2015. This has emptied the makeshift tents at Dhunche, Bogatitar among other places.
RASUWA, March 7: After living a displaced life for more than 33 months, a large number of quake victims have headed for their home villages for the reconstruction of their houses destroyed by the earthquake in 2015. This has emptied the makeshift tents at Dhunche, Bogatitar among other places.
RASUWA, Mar 7: After living a displaced life for more than 33 months, a large number of quake victims have headed for their home villages for the reconstruction of their houses destroyed by the earthquake in 2015.
RASUWA, March 5: After living a displaced life for more than 33 months, a large number of quake victims have headed for their home villages for the reconstruction of their houses destroyed by the earthquake in 2015. This has emptied the makeshift tents at Dhunche, Bogatitar among other places
March 3: The 2018 Oscars — or the 90th Academy Awards, if you'd prefer — are headed our way on Sunday, March 4, bringing glitz, glamour and maybe even a headline-grabbing mix-up or two, like the 2017 snafu that was the "La La Land"-"Moonlight" debacle (as documented in the photo above). This year, nine films are up for best picture, just one of 24 award categories that will be featured in the Oscars broadcast.
BUTWAL, March 2: When persons who have committed crimes get out of jail, many expect them to develop a feeling of regret and strive to live in a better way. However, instead of repenting, many such people have been found to have returned to criminal ways.
KHOTANG, Feb 18: Leaving behind family and friends, they had departed Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) with dreams of big fortunes. But they have returned barely alive and heavily in debt after paying huge ransoms to their kidnappers.
CHITWAN, Feb 1: The earthquake of April 2015 had killed one and injured many in Guchhiwang village. None of the houses survived the disaster. Though some of them were partially damaged, most of the houses were fully damaged.
JHAPA, Jan 24: Bishnu Chhetri, 82, left Bhutan 26 years ago has been living in the refugee camp in Jhapa. Still to these days, memories of his home constantly take him back there. When he opens his eyes in the morning, he hopes he would be in Bhutan.
DHAKA, Jan 16: Bangladesh said on Tuesday it would complete the process of returning within two years many of the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who had fled a conflict in Myanmar, following a meeting of the neighbors.
KATHMANDU, Nov 9: Even three weeks after the term of parliament expired, some senior lawmakers including the speaker and deputy speaker of the parliament have remained reluctant to return the government vehicles they were using to the parliament secretariat.
LONDON, September 13: Chelsea enjoyed a triumphant return to the Champions League after a year out on Tuesday, thumping the competition’s debutants Qarabag 6-0, including a stunning, if miscued, strike from new signing Davide Zappacosta.
FLORIDA, September 12: Storm-shocked Floridians returned to shattered homes on Monday as the remnants of Hurricane Irma pushed inland, leaving more than half of all state residents without power and city streets underwater from Orlando and Jacksonville into coastal Georgia and South Carolina.
NEW YORK, August 29: Maria Sharapova proved she will be someone to contend with for the U.S. Open crown after the Russian wild card outlasted second seed Simona Halep 6-4 4-6 6-3 on Monday to get the year’s final grand slam off to an electrifying start.
LONDON, August 10: West Ham United forward Javier Hernandez is eager to showcase his talents on the return to his former stomping ground when the London side visits Manchester United in their opening fixture of the 2017-18 Premier League campaign on Saturday.
COLOMBO, August 2: India captain Virat Kohli has confirmed that fit-again opening batsman KL Rahul will return to the side for the second test against Sri Lanka, with Abhinav Mukund appearing the player most likely to lose his spot.
BIRGUNJ, Aug 1: More than 96 percent of containers that enter Nepal carrying third-country imports from Indian port have been returning to India empty for the past 13 years as they do not get goods for the return leg.