A sneak peek into the life and times of the Gibbons whose works defined Nepal

(Surya Chandra Basnet) Kathmandu, Jan 18: Bob Gibbons, then a post-graduate Englishman, had innumerable accounts of the mystic land named Nepal through books and movies.

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National reconstruction campaign kicks off with commitment

(Hari Lamichhane) Kathmandu, Jan 16: The government has begun the nationwide reconstruction and rebuilding of the infrastructures damaged in the April 25 earthquake. Almost nine months after the disaster jolted

President, Vice-President and PM’s greetings on Maghi

(To be disseminated on January 15) Kathmandu, Jan 15: President Bidya Devi Bhandari, Vice President Nan Bahadur Pun and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli have extended hearty best wishes and

Syangja fetches Rs 260 plus million from orange sales

Waling, Jan 13: Syangja, which enjoys the virtue of being an ‘orange grove’ in the country, has sold oranges worth more than Rs 260 million during the current fiscal year

The Jinx of a ‘within one-year’ deadline in Nepal

(By Manoj Karki) Kathmandu : After falling out in meeting the first two-year and then another two more years deadline to promulgate a new constitution through the first Constituent Assembly

Wind-solar hybrid energy project redefining Bhorleni

(Krishna Adhikari) Phaparbari (Makwanpur), Jan 6: Never had Chatur Bahadur Ghalani of Phaparbari VDC-3 in Bhorleni, Makawanpur believed that the electricity could be generated from other sources besides water and

Where art, science and technology come together to make art more interactive

(By Pabitra Guragain) Kathmandu: A collection of copper plate arts, a video game developed by children, a peace pond, a Sarangi (traditional Nepali musical instrument) supported by a sensor and

A hundred days of a nascent constitution

(By Deepraj Sanyal) Kathmandu, Dec 30: The Constitution of Nepal on Monday completed 100 tumultuous days of its promulgation. Over this period since the constitution was issued by the first

Journalists’ safety at receiving end of political agitation

(Sushil Darnal) Kathmandu, Dec 28: The agitation continued by some political parties in different Tarai/Madhes districts has left journalists’ safety at the receiving end. The agitation kept on since a

RSS COMMENTARY: Make watch dog a biting dog to curb corruption

(By Narayan Prasad Ghimire) If we are asked about a news story that took us by surprise recently, we can not avoid the chilling fact that Inspector General of Armed