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Daniel Vermeer grew up in Iowa with a passion for basketball. When his academic studies took him to Nepal, he discovered an interesting influence of American cable television: local love for the Atlanta Hawks.
With the official call for a majority government, Nepali Congress , the largest party, is pulling strings to garner support for a majority government.
IT IS hard to believe that the prime minister, Sushil Koirala, once had the oomph to take part in hijacking an aeroplane full of cash.
Kathmandu, March 6: The process of drafting a new constitution in Nepal has been further delayed due to a dispute among parties about the rules of procedure of the Constituent Assembly.
It is no surprise that Nepal is a very corrupt country, but a cause of worry today is that politicians are robbing the state coffer openly and sometimes 'proudly' in Nepal.
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.
A group of young students here is trying to make a difference in the lives of the city's street children, mostly abandoned by their families.
On her quest to climbthehighest peakin each of the sevencontinents, Nimdoma, a former WFP school meals recipient, has just conquered Mount Aconcagua in the Andes.
A new rule for climbing the world's tallest mountain might sound like it came from your mother: pick up after yourself.
The Embassy of Bangladesh in Kathmandu observed the Shaheed Dibas and International Mother Language Day on February 21, 2014 with solemnity and pageantry.
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Sunday left for Myanmar to participate in the third BIMSTEC Summit as part of his first multilateral visit abroad.
The world's 14 "eight-thousanders" -- mountains taller than 8,000 meters -- are all located in Asia.
Kathmandu, March 3: Nepal's former foreign secretary Arjun Bahadur Thapa Monday assumed charge as secretary general of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation at a function organised at the SAARC Secretariat here.
Kathmandu, March 3: Desperate to cut down its ballooning trade deficit, the Nepal government plans to set up a high-level task force to handle the issue within a couple of months, an official said Monday.
This picture taken on May 23, 2010 shows a Nepalese sherpa collecting garbage, left by climbers, at an altitude of 8,000 metres during the Everest clean-up expedition at Mount Everest.