1 min ago | Indybay.org
Dharamshala: - A terror plot to poison two Tibetan youths - Tashi Gyaltsen@Tashi Dhondup and Karma Yeshi@Tashi by Chinese Security Agencies aimed at spreading chaos and terror in the Tibetan community was uncovered.
1 min ago | Nepalnews.com
Ncell, a private mobile service provider, has provided various security and logistics equipments to Nepal Police and Traffic Police in its endeavor to support security agencies to strengthen their capacity to deliver better services to the people on time.
1 min ago | Nepalnews.com
For the past year and a half, graphic journalist and Fulbright fellow Dan Archer travelled to Bhaktapur, Kavre, Makwanpur, Dang, and Mahendranagar gathering testimonies from trafficking survivors.
4 hrs ago | UWE News
A book authored by 100 women, giving snapshots of their lives in Britain today, is now on sale to raise funds for women's projects in Nepal.
6 hrs ago | MYREPUBLICA.com
As the two Maoist parties marked the 14th 'Day of the Disappeared' on May 21 - the day in 1999 when four CPN central committee members went missing from Tebahal, Kathmandu - the two sets of leaders must have felt a pang of guilt.
10 hrs ago | The Standard
Five climbers, including the first Hungarian to scale Mount Everest, are missing and feared dead on Nepal's treacherous Kangchenjunga mountain, tourism officials said Thursday.
Around 20,000 Nepali migrant workers have been stranded in Nepal's capital city Kathmandu due to a shortage of air tickets and an exorbitant hike in ticket prices on the Gulf route.
The Nepalese priest climbs on top of the chariot to perform coconut dropping rituals during the Rato Machhindranath chariot festival in Lagankhel, on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal, May 21, 2013.
The first woman from Saudi Arabia to scale Mount Everest says she doesn't intend to inspire a movement, but would be happy to change people's opinions of Saudi women and Saudi women's opinions of themselves.
When Mark Jenkins reached the summit of Mount Everest last year, he barely had space to take in the view.
It is no secret that political parties have a symbiotic relationship with criminals and gangsters.
There is a unique if expected element to the ongoing 'unity convention' between the Rastriya Prajatantra Party and Rastriya Janashakti Party at Bhrikutimandap in the heart of Kathmandu: It is hard to find many young faces among the gathering masses.
A British climber has angered the Nepalese government by giving an 'illegal' interview to the BBC on his smartphone from the top of Mount Everest.
The visit of the Chinese premier Li Keqiang to New Delhi comes in the wake of the heightened border tension and growing mistrust and suspicion between the two neighbouring Asian giants.
Politics comes as an appendage to almost everything in Nepal. Either we almost never tried to separate it from the rest, or it is just the way politics runs in a country inflicted with poverty, illiteracy and corruption, which every decade is witness to a revolution.