1 hr ago | Daily Times
Indian monsoon floods death toll climbs to 138 * Authorities fear death toll could rise as evacuations continue DEHRADUN: Military helicopters dropped emergency supplies Wednesday to thousands of tourists and pilgrims stranded by flash floods that tore through towns and temples in northern India, killing at least 138 people, officials... Prayers to ... (more)
5 hrs ago | Nepalnews.com
The NiA>vA sattatvasa_hitA , the earliest surviving tantric manuscript, and the Susrutasamhita, the oldest document in the field of Ayurveda medicine, have been added yesterday to the prestigious list recognizing documentary heritage of outstanding value.
14 hrs ago | Real Bollywood
Kathmandu, June 19: The third edition of the Nepal-Africa Film Festival opened with the screening of "Earth Anthem", a short film written, produced and directed by Indian poet-diplomat Abhay K. The screening of the 2.5-minute-long film was held Wednesday at the Russian Cultural Centre in the Nepal capital.
15 hrs ago | CNN
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Nepal Army personnel have shifted over 1000,000 kilograms of goods of flood victims from Khalanga VDC Ward No, 4 and 5 in Darchula to safer location.
Welcome to the e-bulletin of the South Asia Media Solidarity Network for the month of June 2013.
Nepal is on the brink of historical transition. The civil war has ended and so has the 240 year old royal institution.
The government has finally announced dates for the CA polls . This has raised hopes of Nepal getting a new elected body.
AT least 12 people have been killed in landslides triggered by three days of heavy monsoon rain in remote parts of Nepal, officials say.
A video showing misbehaviour among monks has caused a stir in Thailand, with images showing them on a plane, wearing sunglasses and carrying designer bags.
In this Sunday, May 26, 2013 photo, several flights get ready to take off after a couple of days of bad weather disrupted flight services at Lukla airport, Nepal.
As the International Labour Organization Convention 189 on domestic work turns two years old, we offer a look at how governments, unions and the private sector, supported by UN Women, are working towards ensuring that this female-dominated profession is regulated and worker's rights are protected.
Editor's Note : The stories in this piece are based on interviews conducted with conflict-affected women in Kathmandu and Dhanghadi, Nepal.
As soon as the decades-old Twin Otter landed at Lukla airport, passengers burst out in applause.
Next to an abandoned stable now used to store firewood, a reluctant young mother crouched to pass through a tiny door into a dark, musty room.
The district headquarters of Darchula in far western Nepal is in panic as swollen Mahakali River due to Sunday night's rain has already swept away five office buildings, 20 public houses and 17 huts in a squatter settlement, police said Monday.