11 hrs ago
Shangri La group to open new resort in Begnas
The Shangri-La group is opening another resort at Begnas, Pokhara under a new brand name The Lost Horizon Resort.
16 hrs ago
Nepal honours chronicler of Himalayan mountaineering Elizabeth Hawley by naming peak after her
From confirming the first ascent of Everest by a blind climber to raising doubts about a Korean woman's claim to have bagged a crucial, 8,000m summit, the American journalist has enjoyed a royal box seat to many of mountaineering's greatest dramas.
Artists bring Mustang alive in Kathmandu through art
'Fragments of Mustang', an exhibition of paintings and photographs at Nepal Art Council in Baber Mahal, is the culmination of a nine-day art workshop.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Businessmen start digging own diversion road at Jure to resume China trade
Businessmen, who depend on the Araniko Highway for their supplies to and from China, have started opening up their own alternate route at Jure in Sindhupalchowk.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
If the history of Nepal were to end today, the legacy of Baburam Bhattarai would be marked by two things: first, his contribution to the Maoist movement; second, his contribution to widening roads of Kathmandu.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
54 Nepali workers stranded in Libya return home
As he landed in Kathmandu, Bodhi Prasad Aryal felt as if he had narrowly escaped from the jaws of death.
New trekking route to attract more tourists
A team of experts are studying a new trekking route that is expected to help shoot up tourist flow in the region.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Arbians, too, smitten with Pokhara
With the increasing flow of high-end tourists mostly from the Gulf region, tourism entrepreneurs operating hotels, restaurants, lodges and other tourism-related activities in the scenic city are delighted to host such magnanimous guests.
South China Morning Post
Caught in the middle
Nestled between India and China, Nepal is seen as strategically valuable to both giants, as they jostle for supremacy over the impoverished nation.
Indian embassy helps evacuate Nepalese stranded in Libya
The Indian embassy in Tripoli has helped evacuate more than 100 Nepalese nationals who were stranded in the country.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
ADB to work together with China-proposed AIIB
Vice President of Asian Development Bank Zhang Wencai said here Friday that the ADB was ready to work together with China proposed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank .
Around 10,000 Nepalis still working in Iraq
Even as security situation inside Iraq continues to get worse by the day, around 10,000 Nepali migrant workers are still living at various parts of the troubled country, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs .
During his two-day visit to Nepal, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a landmark speech in Nepal's Constituent Assembly, which, if implemented, could give a new lease of life to the Nepali economy.
India gifts ambulances buses to Nepal on IDay
India gifted 20 ambulances and four buses to various schools, hospitals and charitable organisations in Nepal on the occasion of 68th Independence Day on Friday.
India gives ambulances, buses to Nepal
Kathmandu, Aug 15 - India has gifted Nepal 20 ambulances and four buses on the occasion of the 68th Indian Independence Day to be used by various hospitals, non-profit charitable organisations and educational institutions in 19 districts of the Himalayan nation.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Corporate activities: Western Union announces 8th weekly winner
Western Union has announced the winner for the eighth weekly winner of its 'Money Double' scheme launched to commemorate its 20th anniversary.
Pak embassy marks 68th Independence Day
Embassy of Pakistan in Kathmandu celebrated 68th Independence Day of Pakistan amidst a special function held at the embassy premises on Thursday.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Any way you look at it, the Koirala government's six months in office has been disappointing.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
A new highway... up to Everest: First tarmac road to town known as...
A new highway... up to Everest: First tarmac road to town known as gateway to the mountain set to be built It's not quite a highway to heaven, but it's as high as any traveller will be able to drive when Nepal constructs the first hard-surface road leading to Lukla, the gateway to Mount Everest.
US air strikes complicate rescue efforts
Efforts to rescue Nepali migrant workers trapped in Iraq have become complicated following the US air strikes on Islamic State in Iraq and Syria -controlled parts of this troubled country since last week, forcing authorities here to wait and see the unfolding development.