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Nomination for NC national convention over

Kathmandu, March 4: The nomination of candidates for various positions in the executive committee of the Nepali Congress (NC) is over as the deadline for

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PM’s state visit helps tone down differences

(By Prakash Silwal) Kathmandu, Feb 25: “I have not arrived with any shopping list; the prime precedence of my visit is to remove the misunderstanding in our friendship,” Prime Minister

Businesspersons hope rise of Indian investment

(Prakash Silwal) New Delhi, Feb 23: The business community has hoped rise of investment from India for Nepal’s economic development following the state visit of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.

Business community’s suggestions for PM’s India trip

Birgunj, Feb 14: The industrialists and business persons based in Birgunj have said that Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has to lay emphasis on infrastructure construction during his India visit

Sushil Koirala: a Democracy Stalwart

By Narayan Prasad Ghimire Kathmandu, Feb 10: “He died a comfortable death. It was a good death indeed,” it was what one could hear at every intersection of the Kathmandu

 Nepali cricket colts on the verge of creating history in Bangladesh

(By Manoj Karki) Kathmandu : When the U-19 Nepali national cricket team face hosts Bangladesh in the quarter-finals of the International Cricket Council U-19 Cricket World Cup this Friday, the

Earthquake survivors of Batase in limbo

(Batase), Sindhupalchowk, Feb 2: Ram Bahadur Tamang lives in a temporary shelter made out of zinc sheet with his nine-member family. The chill in the morning and the evening, the

Bio-Diversity Information Centre in state of neglect

(Narayan Dhungana) Ratnanagar (Chitwan), Jan 29: The Bio-Diversity Information Centre, established at Tikauli of Ratnanagar-7 in Chitwan district, is itself without information. Although linking with east-west highway at Ratnanagar and

NC, Quo Vadis? Time to deepen democracy

(By Narayan Prasad Ghimire) With its 13th general convention knocking on the door, election fever has gripped the Nepali Congress, the largest political party in the parliament. It is not

Korean teacher’s attraction to Nepali students and school

(Surya Chandra Basnet) Kathmandu, Jan 21: It has been almost five years since Lee Se Jung, a Korean teacher by profession, reaches Natheswori Primary School every time he arrives Nepal.