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Ram Baran Yadav calls for stability of Constitution
Janakpurdham, May 27 : Former Nepal president Ram Baran Yadav has emphasized on a stable Constitution for doing away with political complexities.

Transporters call strike in Nepal, over 200 arrested
Kathmandu, May 26 : Transport entrepreneurs in Nepal on Thursday called a nationwide strike against the government's decision to hike fines for traffic violations.

Dawood running international drugs racket via Nepal?
By Anil Giri, Kathmandu, May 26 : Police in Nepal are probing a suspected link of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in cocaine smuggling in the international market via Nepal.

Nepal Parliament to take decisions on key issues today
Kathmandu, May 26 : Nepali Parliament will on Thursday take decisions on crucial legal provisions related to education, banking, procurement and regulations to guide its own business

My govt. to be formed after budget announcement: Dahal
Chitwan (Nepal), May 26 : Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist Centre chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that he would lead the government immediately after the budget announcement for the next fiscal year.

'Incoherent Pakistan policy, Nepal mismanagement cloud Modi's foreign ...
By Ranjana Narayan, New Delhi, May 26 : As the Narendra Modi government completes two years, it's been a mixed bag as far as foreign policy is concerned, with the handling of relations with close neighbours Pakistan and Nepal sticking out like a sore thumb, despite making advancement in engaging ...

Will cooperate on proceedings over contempt of court row: Dahal
Kathmandu, May 25 : Communist Party of Nepal- Maoist Centre (CPN -Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said he will cooperate with the proceedings of the Supreme Court with regard to a contempt of court case filed against him.

Federal Alliance seeks 'formal invitation' for talks from PM Oli
Kathmandu, May 25: Nepal Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli's efforts to resume talks with the Federal Alliance failed to materialise after the Madhesis refused to turn up, and instead, demanded a "proper invitation".

NSU activists protest outside Nepal PM's residence
Kathmandu, May 23 : The Nepal Students Union (NSU) activists on Monday staged a demonstration in front of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli's official residence in Baluwatar and accused the government of protecting educational mafias and promoting black marketing.

Five Indian Everest climbers missing: Nepal Police
Kathmandu, May 22 : Five Indian climbers attempting to scale the world's tallest peak, Mount Everest in Nepal, have gone missing, Nepal Police said on Sunday.

70 Indian nationals detained in Nepal for boozing
Rautahat, May 22 : The Nepal Police have intensified crackdown on public houses in Rautahat in wake of reports that the Indian nationals from Bihar enter the country to enjoy drinks post the liquor ban in the state.

Bihar tipplers pay fines, spend nights in Nepal lockups
Kathmandu, May 22 : Tipplers from Bihar have been crossing into adjoining Nepal in thousands for their daily liquor quota ever since the Indian state went dry on April 1. However, scores end up spending the night in Nepal Police lockups and pay hefty fines.

Nepal: Eight personnel injured as explosive goes off in APF battalion
Damauli, May 22: At least eight Armed Police Force (APF) personnel were injured after an explosive went off at the explosive storage room of the APF Manakamana Battalion in Bhanu Municipality-2 of Nepal's Tanahun district.

Nepal Govt. to spend over Rs 1,000 billion in fiscal budget
Kathmandu, May 22 : The Nepal Government has been preparing a budget worth more than Rs 1,000 billion for the upcoming fiscal with major focus on road connectivity and energy.

Nepal: Two arrested from TIA for possessing gold-like metal
Kathmandu, May 22 : Two Nepali migrant workers, who returned from Gulf countries in possession of 18 tolas of gold-like metal from the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), have been arrested in Kathmandu.

Nepal extends 100,000 dollars to Lanka for relief operations
May 21, Kathmandu, May: The Nepal government has extended an assistance of US dollars of 100,000 to Sri Lanka for the relief operations in the disasters-hit zones.

Former Nepal PM accuses Oli regime of instigating India, China ...
Kathmandu, May 21: Hitting on the present government for lack of development in the country and trying to divert people from its failure, former Nepal prime minister Baburam Bhattarai said that there is no proxy war between India and China and that the government trying to instigate between both ...

Nepal PM Oli is committed for development of Lumbini
Kathmandu, May 21: Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that his government is committed for the development of Lumbini, the birth place of Buddha by implementing the Lumbini Development Master Plan.

Animals in parched Indian Terai migrate to greener Nepal
New Delhi, May 21 : They are migrating en masse -- elephants, swamp deer, tigers and leopards -- from the Indian Terai region into forests of Nepal. A severe drought on the Indian side is forcing these animals to cross over, in search of water and food.

Kolkata climber died on Mt Dhaulagiri
Kolkata/Kathmandu, May 20 : Indian mountaineer Rajib Bhattacharya, who was the resident of Baranagar near Kolkata, died on Thursday, while descending from Mt Dhaulagiri's peak in Nepal, reports said.

Indian mountaineer Rajib dies in Nepal
Kathmandu, May 20 : Seasoned Indian mountaineer Rajib Bhattacharya died while descending from the summit of Mount Dhaulagiri, which at 8,167 metres is the world's seventh highest mountain.

Don't get involved in Nepal's political activities: Britain tells ...
Kathmandu, May 20 : Following the arrest of a Briton for participating in an anti-Constitution protest in Kathmandu, Britain has urged its citizens not to get involved in ongoing political activities in Nepal.

3 killed, 6 injured in Kalikot landslide in Nepal
Kathmandu, May 20: Three persons have died and six others were injuried when a landslide struck two villages in Kalikot district in Nepal on Friday morning.

Indian climber dies in Nepal peak
Kathmandu, May 20 : A veteran Indian climber died on Thursday while descending from Mount Dhaulagiri in Nepal, officials said on Friday.

Remembering Buddha, PM Oli inaugurates International Buddhist ...
Kathmandu, May 19: Asserting that Nepal's Lumbini, the birthplace of Shakyamuni Gautam Buddha is the centre of world peace, Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli on Thursday said that he feels honoured to have the opportunity to live in the land of the Buddha.

Nepal's Maoist parties merge to form CPN Maoist Centre
Kathmandu, May 19 : Various Maoist parties, including the UCPN-Maoist, the CPN-Revolutionary Maoist and the Revolutionary Communist Party announced the merger and renamed the unified party as the CPN Maoist Centre on Thursday.

Two-day Buddhist conference begins in Nepal
Kathmandu, May 19 : A two-day International Buddhist Conference started in Kathmandu on Thursday.

Nepal Govt. seemingly in no hurry to name new envoy to India
Kathmandu, May 19: Nepal government, who on May 6 recalled its Ambassador to India Deep Kumar Upadhyay, seems to be in no hurry to name a new envoy to New Delhi, one of the most challenging diplomatic outpost for Kathmandu.

Alliance of Madhesis, Janajatis to continue protests in Nepal
Kathmandu, May 18 : An alliance of Madhesis and Janajatis on Wednesday decided to continue its protest against the new Nepali constitution for another 10 days.

Federal Alliance agitation has no essence: Sherdhan Rai
Kathmandu, May 18 : Nepal's Information and Communications Minister Sherdhan Rai on Wednesday said that the Kathmandu-centric agitation launched by the Federal Alliance has no essence and meaning.

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