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Doramba folk overcome scars of war
Six years after a historic peace accord was signed between the then government and the Maoist rebels, the local people of Doramba, a remote village of Ramechhap district, are now overcoming the scars of the war by carrying out several development projects.
Wed Dec 18, 2013
Beijing Sends Another High Profile Delegation to Nepal
A third high profile delegation from China has arrived here following the defeat of the United Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist in the Himalayan nation's Constituent Assembly elections last month.
Malaysian National News Agency
South Asian Cultural Experts Exchange Ideas On Preservation Of Cultural Heritages
A two-day international symposium on preservation of cultural heritages concluded Tuesday in Nepal's capital Kathmandu, Xinhua news agency reported.
People's Daily Online
Locals mark Yomari Puni in Nepal's Kathmandu
Photo taken on Dec. 17, 2013 shows a large model of "Yomari" during the celebration to mark Yomari Puni in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec. 17, 2013.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Nepal to be declared 'polio free' in two months
Come February 14, 2014; Nepal will be declared 'polio free' - a milestone for a country, which has not yet graduated from the group of the Least Developed Countries , said officials on Tuesday.
Nov poll prepared foundation for constitution writing: IEC Chair Regmi
Interim Election Council Chairperson, Khil Raj Regmi has said that the November 19 Constituent Assembly poll has prepared foundation for writing a new constitution.
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Nepal to seek 10,000 cows from India - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, Dec 17: Nepal will seek import of 10,000 cows from India to meet the demand for milk in the Himalayan nation when the commerce secretaries of the two neighbours meet here Dec 21. In the meeting, both sides will be make concrete efforts to resolve outstanding issues pertaining to bilateral trade, transit and commerce.
Malaysian National News Agency
Gas Poisoning, Suffocation Blamed For Chinese Tourists' Death In Nepal
Gas poisoning and suffocation have been blamed for causing the death of two Chinese tourists in Nepal, according to autopsies report.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Nepal parties want deadline extended - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, Dec 16: Nepal's major political parties Monday asked the Election Commission to extend the deadline to submit the list of names of candidates under the proportional representation system.
Chester Evening Leader
Chester girl hits heights on a charity trek to Nepal
Anna Holden, 15, a year 10 pupil at Abbey Gate College, Chester, has returned from the expedition with her parents and a group of her father's work colleagues who are all pilots from Thomson Airways.
Chinese tourists in Nepal died of gas poisoning
Two Chinese tourists found dead in their hotel room in Nepal last week died of gas poisoning caused by a malfunctioning heater, a forensic expert said on Monday.
Mixed results for NSJF in futsal
KATHMANDU : Teams of Nepal Sports Journalist Forum achieved mixed results on Saturday during Friendly Futsal matches played at the Maidan Futsal in Battisputali.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
BCPBF to start its service in Nepal
Organizing a press conference in Kathmandu Satrurday, New Delhi based Breast Cancer Patients Benefit Foundation has informed that the foundation will start its service in Nepal.
Nepal to allow private investment in power transmission - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, Dec 16: The government of Nepal is ready to invite private sector investment in power transmission line projects, an official said here Sunday.
Two middle-aged Chinese tourists found dead in Nepal hotel room
Two Chinese tourists who were part of a tour group visiting Nepal were found dead in their hotel room today northeast of Kathmandu under unexplained circumstances, police said.
WiFi enabled buses on Kathmandu-Pokhara-Chitwan route
A local tourist bus service, Mountain Overland, has begun WiFi services in its buses en route from Pokhara to Kathmandu and Chitwan.
Bodh Gaya bombing is a warning, says Buddhist leader - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, Dec 15: The foremost leader of a Buddhist sect says the Bodh Gaya bombing in India "is a kind of warning" and Buddhists around the world will have to be careful.
Panna Kaji Shakya felicitated with Image Lifetime Achievement Award
KATHMANDU, Dec 14: Panna Kaji Shakya, the legendary singer who has won hearts of many music enthusiasts in Nepal with his songs 'Tiriri Murali Bajyo Banaimaa' and 'Ma Timisita Kehi Bhanoo Bhanchhu' among others, has been felicitated with the Image Lifetime Achievement Award.