Nepal sends diplomatic note to US regarding religious freedom reportBy Post Report
The US State Department's annual report had touched on various discriminatory practices being observed in Nepal, particularly against Christians, Muslims, Tibetan refugees and other religious minorities.
Six, including two Indian nationals, arrested for procurement and sale of contraband drugsBy Post Report
The police arrested the individuals from various parts of Kathmandu and Jhapa districts.
President pardons murder-convict Nagarik Unmukti leader Resham ChaudharyBy Post Report
A total of 501 convicts have been granted presidential pardon as per the government’s recommendation on the occasion of Republic Day.
Police round up 45 protesting against naming of Koshi ProvinceBy Deo Narayan Shah
Demonstrators breach prohibited zone in a bid to disrupt the budget session of provincial assembly set to commence today.
Cabinet recommends presidential pardon for Resham ChaudharyBy Post Report
Chaudhary is currently serving a life term after being convicted of masterminding the 2015 Tikapur massacre.
Landslide obstructs Mahakali HighwayBy Manoj Badu
Traffic has come to a complete halt following mudslide on Saturday night.
Agitation against Koshi nomenclature escalates, government issues prohibitory orderBy Tika R Pradhan
Congress demands dialogue with groups agitating against the renaming of Province 1 as Koshi.
Ill intention evident right from task force formation on Bhutanese refugees, watchers sayBy Prithvi Man Shrestha
Government authorities had gone ahead with their plan despite the UNHCR’s clarification that third-country resettlement of the refugees left behind would not happen.
Nepal exports electricity to India after a gap of over five monthsBy Post Report
Regular exports will depend on the rainfall, says the state-run Nepal Electricity Authority.
Prolonged delay in road widening work worsens dust pollution, traffic jamsBy Narayan Sharma
According to officials at the Butwal-Narayanghat Road Project, only around 35 percent of the work has been completed even after repeated deadline extensions.
CIAA investigating alleged corruption in Pashupati jalahari installation: Prime Minister DahalBy Post Report
The prime minister says it was inappropriate to raise questions in the Parliament and assures the remarks will be expunged from the record.
Dahal vows bigger action against corruptionBy Post Report
The prime minister says the government’s upcoming actions may cause more ripples in society.
Nepal, India announce Prime Minister Dahal’s India visitBy Post Report
Foreign ministries of the two countries made the official announcement of the four-day visit, on Saturday.
Police arrest one more suspect in refugee scamBy Anup Ojha
Two accused Dulal and Rai record their statements at court. Retired cop urges for public pressure for fair probe.
UML obstructs House over Maoist MP’s allegation of corruption in Pashupati jalahari installationBy Binod Ghimire
UML lawmakers ask the prime minister to present truth and seek an apology from Lekh Nath Dahal.
Karnali failing to protect historical artefacts at temples, monasteriesBy Raj Bahadur Shahi
Out of the 51 archaeologically important artefacts stolen from various districts in a decade, 25 have been recovered.
Nepal Army plans to buy APCs. Chinese supplier is on US blacklistBy Anil Giri
It wants to procure 26 armoured personnel carriers from Chinese firm Norinco for use in UN peacekeeping missions.
Two dead, one injured in road accidentBy Post Report
According to police, all three were on the motorcycle at the time of the accident.
After obstruction, House meeting postponed until SaturdayBy Post Report
Speaker Dev Raj Ghimire defers meeting after UML refuses to end obstruction.
House meeting postponed until SaturdayBy Post Report
Speaker Dev Raj Ghimire defers meeting until 4pm tomorrow after UML refuses to lift obstruction