Drinking coffee and tea every day may actually benefit people with heart troubles.

DAMAK, April 1: Even though nine months have elapsed since the elected representatives of people took charge of the local bodies, the service seekers are not getting service as expected due to the internal row amongst the elected representatives from different political parties.

JUMLA, Feb 17: Potato farmers of Patarasi Rural Municipality in Jumla district are worried as their produce is not getting market as expected. As a result, farmers have been keeping their produce stored at home.

NUWAKOT, Nov 15: Spike in vegetable prices has affected people of Nuwakot - a pocket area for vegetable farming - as well.

Land brokers’ protest troubles public

October 18, 2017 08:09 am

SURKHET, Oct 17: Jayarup Budha, 74, of Lekhgau, is in the district headquarters Birendranagar since the past four days. Since last Friday, he has been making rounds of the land revenue office, every day, where he has to get some office work done for handing over his ancestral property to his two sons. But he never gets to reach past the front gate of the office.

MOSCOW, Oct 4: Six decades after Sputnik, a refined version of the rocket that put the first artificial satellite in orbit remains the mainstay of Russia’s space program — a stunning tribute to the country’s technological prowess, but also a sign that it has failed to build upon its achievements.

DHANGADHI, Sept 5: Dhangadhi Airport, which boasts of the second longest runway in the country after Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu, lacks sufficient aircraft parking space.

Tech troubles

March 4, 2017 00:25 am

There is no denying that computers can work magic. But only if there is the right environment to run them

KATHMANDU, Jan 2: Long-drawn out work of the Melamchi Water Supply Project (MSWP) has brought along many difficulties for the denizens of Kathmandu Valley.

KATHMANDU, Oct 6: Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE) at Tribhuvan University (TU) is yet to realize the troubles faced by students from the districts to collect their certificates from Kathmandu.

KATHMANDU, Sept 1: Be it rain or scorching sun, sixty-one-year-old Nanda Dhakal always looks unfazed. Every day, she sits under the same tree at Basundhara of Kathmandu to sell barbecued corn.

LALITPUR, July 22: The disruption of road after flood and landslide caused by incessant rain has hit hard milk supply in the southern belt of Lalitpur district.