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Bimala Parajuli is a 36-year-old mother of three who lives in a village east of Kathmandu.
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Sita Pariyar had barely recovered from childbirth when her uterus slipped out of her body, making her one of hundreds of thousands of Nepalese women struck by a debilitating reproductive condition.
The Mobile Traders Association of Nepal is set to organise the 3rd edition of Mobile Expo 2014 in the second week of April in Kathmandu.
A seminar titled 'Investment Promotion in Nepal' is to be held in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, on May 15, 16 and 17 on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Nepal and South Korea.
Trekking Nepal's Annapurna circuit requires not only stamina, but a mindset that can handle anything from landslides to looking like hell in the mirror.
Now is the time for Nepal to prove itself a successful Asia-Pacific democracy which can also deliver on the people's economic aspirations.
Kathmandu, NEPAL, SOUTHERN ASIA: Managing waste is one of the most complicated and risky tasks among the many challenges of running a hospital in Nepal.
Kathmandu, Nepal: Nepalese climbing specialists will fix a second rope at the Hillary Step, a dangerous "death zone" bottleneck near the Mount Everest summit, to ease congestion on the world's highest mountain, a hiking group said on Thursday.
The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division has informed that special checks will be carried out on the day of Holi festival for public safety.
In its first step, the PABSONs new executive committee plans to lobby the government for public land for private schools saying that they belong to service-oriented sector.
Physical inactivity is a leading risk factor for cardiovascular and other noncommunicable diseases in high-, low- and middle-income countries.
In the 1950s, conservationist Dwarika Das Shrestha took over a collection of heritage houses in Kathmandu and spent 30 years turning them into a five-star hotel.
Silence fell over Susan Bunish's fourth-grade classroom last week as her students collected 10 stones apiece from boxes in the center of the room and sat down on the floor to play with them.
In Nepal, deciding the winner of a musical chair game is very difficult especially on the political front where international powers seemingly conglomerate to watch it.