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KATHMANDU, July 23CPN-Maoist has said that the Bharatiya Janta party's rise to power in India would further embolden southern neighbor's big brotherly attitude on Nepal's internal affairs.
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Authorities plan to extend the Qinghai-Tibet Railway to China's border with Nepal, according to Tibetan Autonomous Region chairman Qiangba Puncog.
"What is the role of art? What is it for?" reflected Arjun Khaling while responding to moderator Hitman Gurung on Sunday at Kathmandu's Siddhartha Art Gallery.
Although the government some five years ago declared transport syndicate system illegal, transport operators continue to operate syndicates in different parts of the country.
Family members of the late Tibetan guru Shamar Rinpoche are now preparing to make a last-ditch effort to perform his last rites in Nepal.
Age is just a number for 65 years old Shiv Lal Shrestha, a resident of Jyatha, Kathmandu and physical exercise means everything to him.
Sadhana Ghimire, 23, makes sure to give her 18-month-old daughter nutritious food, such as porridge containing grains and pulses, in order to prevent stunting.
In the night of June 16 last year, when water level started to rise in the Mahakali River, the local villagers were oblivious of the fast-approaching disaster.
'From a developmental perspective, Modi's emergence in India is the best thing to happen for Nepal,' says former PM Kirtinidhi Bista.
Visiting United Nations Under-Secretary-General Herv Ladsous, who heads the Department of Peacekeeping Operations , has assured Nepal that the UN would positively respond to her request to ensure leadership positions in the peacekeeping missions proportionate to her contribution.
Police have busted an Indian gang involved in swindling people in the guise of network marketing business.
Khadga Prasad Oli, newly-elected chairman of Nepal's largest communist party, Monday blamed poor governance for the poverty in the country.
The Nepalese government is gearing up to generate hydropower energy from Bagmati river.
Floods in the Mahakali River triggered by three days of incessant rainfall have already claimed at least eight lives in the far-western region.
Richard took part in an Everest expedition in March to support UK-based children's charity Kidasha, raising around A 1,000 - but this has more than doubled The family of Flight MH17 victim Richard Mayne say they have been touched after donations totalling almost A 2,000 were made to a Justgiving page he set up.
How better to describe the two sides of the tourism coin that Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is built upon than the opening line of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities? In five years of travelling I have never visited a city so divided socially, geographically or culturally by foreign money.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 06:54 am
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