Tuesday, 22nd July 2014

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'Maintaining peace and security first priority'

'Maintaining peace and security first priority'

Birgunj, July 22:  Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bam Dev Gautam has said that maintaining peace and...

BP Koirala, GM Singh played vital role in establishing democracy: DPM Singh

Lalitpur, July 22: Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh said popular leader duo Bishweshwar Prasad (BP) Koirala and Genesh Man...

BP, a man of unrivalled political stature: Deuba

Kathmandu, July 22:  Nepali Congress senior leader and former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that BP Koirala was...

Sink Or Survive

News reports of sinkholes continuing to pop up in Armala village of Pokhara are sad. Members of 135 households are clearly at risk of suddenly going underneath where they live, play and work. Their life is obviously nightmarish. One Radhika Poudel, who saw sinkholes swallowing the vicinity of her home...

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Red panda in Rara lake, Nepal

TU researchers have recently spotted red panda near Rara lake, Mugu district.

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Nation

Admin reform panel report stresses statutory provision on good governance

Kathmandu, July 22: The Constituent Assembly (CA) should address issues of fundamental values of public administration through the constitution itself eto ensure good governance in...

Patients forced to go to another places chartering helicopter in absence of doctors

Khotang, July 22: Patients of Aiselukharka and Chisapani in Khotang district have been compelled to go to other places for treatment by chartering helicopter at...

Business

FDI remains disppointing for last fiscal

By C K Khanal, Kathmandu, July 22: Despite various promotional attempts, the figure of foreign direct investments (FDI) remained disappointing for the fiscal year 2013/14. On...

Flood damages crops in 200 bighas in Kanchanpur

Kanchanpur, July 22: The floods in Mahakali and other rivers triggered by incessant rains for the past four days has damaged paddy crops of more...

Op-Ed

The Annapurna Water Cooperation Consensus:Upendra Gautam

JVS-NePaSaFa  (Jalsrot Vikas Sanstha and Nepal Pani Sadupayog Foundation) organised their first joint interactive policy workshop on "Challenges of Crafting Nepal-India Water and Energy Relations"...

Old Tri-Chandra In Flame:Prem Khatry

After a lull of about seven years, it looks as if fire and fatal attacks on the 'enemy force' are not over for Nepal. Once...

Detour

Indefinite tranasport halt in Rasuwa

Dhunche (Rasuwa), July 22:  Locals here have called an indefinite transport halt demanding continuation of manager of the Chilime Hydropower Company, Kulman Ghising, in his...

Seven litterateurs honoured with gold medals

Kanchanpur, July 22: The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has honoured seven litterateurs of Kanchanpur district with gold medal on Monday. At a programme...

World

New diplomatic push for ceasefire

GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) July 22 : A diplomatic push to broker a truce in the Gaza Strip is intensifying, as Israel continues its military operation against...

'Foreigners' killed in Kabul attack

Kabul (BBC) July 22 :A suicide bomber has killed four people, including at least three foreign security guards, in an attack outside Kabul airport, officials...

Life Style

Number of patients suffering from seasonal disease up

Birgunj, July 22: With the beginning of the rainy season, the number of patients sufferring  from viral fever and jaundice is on rise in the...

Police arrest a woman for her involvement in sexual abuse

Rajbiraj, July 22: Police have arrested a woman on the charge of her involvement in sexual abuse to a 14-year-old girl in Saptari district. The arrested...

Sports

Dunga favored for "new" Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, July 21, 2014 (AFP) - Former World Cup-winning captain Dunga is favored to serve for the second time as national coach and...

Sharma bowls India to victory over England

LONDON, July 21, 2014 (AFP) - Ishant Sharma took seven wickets as India ended a run of 15 Tests without an away victory courtesy of...

Markets

Over 31,000 tourists visit Myagdi in a year

Myagdi, July 2: Some 31,000 tourists visited various tourism sites  of Myagdi district in a period of one year. A total of 31,256 foreign tourists visited...

Green bangles worth Rs. 900,000 sold in three days

Gaushala, July 20: Green bangles worth Rs. 900,000 have been sold in three days due to religious and cultural traditions of wearing green bangles compulsorily...

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