62 people infected with dengue in Rupandehi 

Rupandehi, Sept 6 : A total of 62 people have been diagnosed with dengue in the district. Data of the dengue patients has been collected from various...

Leader Sharma calls Biplav for talks 

Dang, Sept 6 : Nepal Communist Party (NCP) leader Janardan Sharma 'Pravakar' has urged Netra Bikram Chand' Biplav' to come to dialogue...

Sorry State Of Sanitation

News headlines are making rounds that the nation is soon going to be declared completely free from defecation but there are still contradictions and impediments to hope in this regard. There are simply no enough toilets in place,...

Contractor Ethics And Reconstruction Delays

It is sad to note that the reconstruction of the Dharahara has failed to gather momentum because of the negligence on the part of the contractor company. GIETC-RAMAN J/V, a Nepal-China joint venture company was awarded the contract...

Karnali state preparing digital map for development   

Jumla, Sept 6 :  Chief Minister of Karnali State Government, Mahendra Bahadur Shahi has said that the province government was working to prepare a digital map for Karnali development.      Chief Minister Shahi said this...

South Korea to help Kathmandu to develop smart cities 

Kathmandu, Sept 6 : South Korea has agreed to support to reconstruct old settlements and develop smart cities in Kathmandu Valley.  According to the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), Korean government is willing to reconstruct the antique...

Deadly Taliban attack in Kabul rattles US deal on ending war

By RAHIM FAIEZ and CARA ANNA, KABUL, Afghanistan, Sept 3 (AP) — The Taliban on Tuesday defended their suicide bombing against an international compound in the Afghan capital that killed...

Iran warns of ‘strong step’ from atomic deal if no new terms

By NASSER KARIMI, TEHRAN, Iran, Sept 2 (AP) — Iran will “take a strong step” away from its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers if Europe cannot offer the country new terms...

TU In Need Of Reforms

Dr. Satish Devkota/Madhukar Pandey   The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) published an article in 2015 that was written by Eric A. Hanushek and his co-authors...

Climate Change Is No Science Fiction

Hira Bahadur Thapa   The Secretary-General of World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) Petteri Taalas has said “climate change is a reality and not a science fiction”....

Govt to open fair price shops across nation

By A Staff Reporter Kathmandu, Sept. 6: The government is preparing to open fair price shops from next week targeting the upcoming Dashain festival. The consumers will get essential...

Unidentified group cuts down 600 banana trees in Hetauda farm

By Our Correspondent Kathmandu, Sept. 6: An unidentified group destroyed banana trees of Namobuddha Agriculture Farm in Hetauda Sub-Metropolitan...

Rising seas threaten Egypt's fabled city

By Samy Magdy Egypt’s coastal city of Alexandria, which has survived invasions, fires and earthquakes since it was founded by...

Depletion of oxygen in ancient oceans caused mass extinction

By Zachary Boehm Late in the prehistoric Silurian Period, around 420 million years ago, a devastating mass extinction event wiped...

Bill seeking action against match-fixing tabled in Parliament

Kathmandu, Sept 2: The Ministry of Youth and Sports has tabled a new bill in Parliament seeking action against athletes and their accomplices involved in match-fixing. The bill...

Skipper Maharjan axed as squad for World Cup qualifiers named

By A Staff ReporterKathmandu, Aug. 30 : Nepal national football men’s team head coach Johan Kalin has announced the final squad...

12 confirmed with dengue, one dead in Sudurpaschim State  

 Doti, Sept 6 :  As many as 12 people have tested positive for dengue in four districts of the Sudurpaschim State.      The mosquito-borne disease...

‘Pulchowk-Kupandole flyover appears feasible’

By CK Khanal Kathmandu, Sept. 6: Construction of a flyover in between Pulchowk and Kupandole of Lalitpur Metopolitan City (LMC) has been found feasible.  As per the preliminary...

  Who fits to lead our universities to regain their glory

Of late, our universities are losing the public trust because of the various malpractices existing there. There is confusion among...

Nepal is key to bringing BRI into South Asia: Dr Hu

Dr. Hu Shisheng is the director of the Institute for South Asian Studies at the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations...

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