Monday, 1st September 2014

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Cancer cannot harm me: PM Koirala

Cancer cannot harm me: PM Koirala

Kathmandu, Sept 1: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said the cancer could do no harm to him. After receiving relief materials...

Relief distribution to flood victims in full swing

Nepalgunj, Sept 1: Distribution of relief under the first phase is going on iun full swing in the four districts...

Relief collected for disaster-hit families

Ilam, Sept 1: Various organizations in Ilam district have collected relief assistance of Rs 142,500 to Sunkoshi disaster victims. The collected...

Libraries Everywhere

As we talk about the era of information abundance, many Nepali people may be clueless about how to access the information they need to make their lives better. Libraries can be handy towards ending this paradoxical situation of scarcity of information and knowledge despite their 21st century abundance. Libraries possess...

Nation

Three houses buried in landslide in Baitadi

Bhimduttanagar, Sept 1: Three houses were buried in a landslide that occurred Sunday evening at Gokuleshwor VDC-1 Bangabagar of Baitadi district, police said. Of the buried...

Zonal level literary programme held in Pokhara

Pokhara, Sept. 1: A Gandaki Zonal level literary programme organized by Shami Literary Academy, Kathmandu, concluded in Pokhara of Kaski district on Saturday. At the programme,...

Business

RBB selling promoter shares of NIB and Nepal housing finance

Kathmandu, Aug. 29:  Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB), the largest commercial bank in terms of deposit and loan flow, is to sell the promoter shares of...

Illegal export of aggregates on rise in Udayapur

Gaighat (Udayapur), Aug. 29:  Local tractor entrepreneurs in Gaighat, Udayapur, have been found illegally exporting aggregates that has been banned by the government temporarily for...

Op-Ed

Sycophancy Takes Its Toll:P. Kharel

At a time when nearly three-fourths of the comity of nations holds general elections every few years, whatever the conduct and quality of the process...

HLPM And Political Consensus:Nandalal Tiwari

The opposition parties, including the UCPN-Maoist, obstructed the Legislature-Parliament Friday, demanding the ruling parties implement the four-point deal reached among the three major parties and...

Detour

Eight absconding convicts in police net

Belauri (Kanchanpur), Sept 1: A crime investigation and control support team, Mahakali deputed from Far-Western Regional Police has nabbed eight convicts, who were in list...

Mid-Hill Highway expansion risks human settlement

Baglung, Sept 1: Baglung town people are scared of their possible displacement in course of expansion of Mid-Hill Highway – the national pride project of...

World

More than 3m have fled war Syria: UN

GENEVA  (BBC) Aug 29 :More than three million Syrians are now registered as refugees and the desperate crisis is only getting worse, the UN's refugee...

Electrical brain stimulation 'boosts memory'

By Smitha Mundasad, Exciting a specific part of the brain with electromagnetic pulses could boost our ability to remember certain facts, a study inScience suggests. The US...

Life Style

Elderly killed in wild tusker rampage

Biratnagar, Sept 1: An elderly died and one other was injured when a wild tusker broke down a house at 3.00 am today. The deceased is...

Chaudhari communities marking Atwari festival

Dhangadhi, Aug 31: Members of the Tharu (Chaudhary) community in western and far-western districts are observing Atwari festival today. The festival is taken as a...

Sports

Djokovic, Murray sail on as Serena stands up for America

NEW YORK, Aug 31, 2014 (AFP) - Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray stayed on course for a mouth-watering US Open quarter-final showdown Saturday as five-time...

Sterling steals the show as Reds rout Spurs

LONDON, Aug 31, 2014 (AFP) - Liverpool rolled out the red carpet for Mario Balotelli as they marked the Italy striker's debut with an impressive...

Markets

Service trade should be promoted: officials

Kathmandu, Aug. 29:  Emphasis has been laid on promotion of service trade through policy level and technical preparations as its importance has been increasing lately. At...

Landslide obstructs tourist road section

Solukhumbu, Aug. 29: The Jubhing-Lukla tourist road section has been blocked due to a landslide that occurred at Buksa, Jubhing-5 of the district since this...

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