NEW JERSEY, July 30: President Donald Trump said Sunday that he would consider shutting down the government if Democrats refuse to vote for his immigration proposals, including a U.S.-Mexico border wall.

KATHMANDU, July 23: Co-chairperson of Nepal Communist Party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that the government was willing to hold discussions with Dr. Govinda KC and bring the debate to an end.

KATHMANDU, July 20: Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Barshaman Pun, and Australian Ambassador to Nepal, Peter Budd, held discussion on the matters of collaboration in energy and hydropower sector.

KATHMANDU, June 21: Chinese President Xi Jinping has said that China is willing to strengthen cooperation with Nepal in infrastructure connectivity, post-disaster reconstruction, and trade and investment under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

DHANUSHA, June 10: Coordinator of Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) Nepal Mahantha Thakur has revealed that his party was willing to join the government.

Charikot, Mar 8: Minister of International Development of Norway, Nikolai Astrup, has said that Norway government wanted to partner with Nepal for its educational development.

KATHMANDU, Feb 23 : The US President Donald J. Trump has congratulated KP Sharma Oli on his election as the Prime Minister of Nepal.

KATHMANDU, July 6: Nepal Astronomical Society (NASO) in association with Terraztra Space Exploration has come up with a new project titled Project Terranaut, a global outreach initiative providing an opportunity to 14 people to train like a Yuri Gagarin in Russia.

KATHMANDU, Feb 13: Bangladesh has shown a keen interest to invest in Nepal's hydropower sector.

When I remember my childhood, I argue with my friends and colleagues that my early ages were as playful and as imaginary as those girls in ‘Little Women,’ except that I am a male. We used to roam wild and free, and always sticking around the pack: those were the carefree days- totally unaware and ignorant of even a little practicality of households, and of life.

The store’s advertisement marks the second time the island has put out a call for people to migrate. In response to the rise of Donald Trump, the Canadian island offered to take in Americans as political refugees if the real estate mogul emerged victorious in the US presidential elections.