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UN Secretary-General Moon hails new constitution; says it’s a milestone in Nepal’s peace process

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New York, September 27: The Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon has commended Nepali people on the adoption of the new constitution- a milestone in the peace process. The Spokesman for the UN Secretary-General has said Secretary-General Ban understands the decision taken by Nepal’s Prime Minister Sushil Koirala to cancel his visit to […]

Big three renew call for talks; withdraws army from problematic areas

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Kathmandu / September 24 : A meeting of the three major parties – the Nepali Congress, the CPN-UML and the Unified CPN-Maoist —decided to renew their call for dialogue to protesting Madhesi and Tharu forces. UCPN-M negotiator Narayan Kaji Shrestha said they also decided to form a talks team and would start informal negotiations with […]

Bhale Fight, propagating the rights of every woman

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Kathmandu /  September 24: Bhale Fight is releasing all over the country on September 25. Written and directed by Ashok Rai (Chap), the film stars Reema Bishwokarma, Baboo Bogati and Sandip Chhetri. Please read what Bhoj Bahadur Gurung, who earlier directed Gurung films like ‘Sai Nhor Bai Mrusyo’, ‘Nhai Nho’, and ‘Akrodo’, has also produced […]

New statute is a product of compromise among parties : Kharel

Agni Kharel

Agni Kharel, Chief Whip — CPN-UML The constitution is finally here, but it must have been a challenging process. Can you tell us how the political parties were able to promulgate the constitution after so many years? In the first CA, the political parties were only driven by their political ideology and election manifestos, firmly […]

For sale: Art twins tied together by hair

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Agencies : This year’s Frieze will see performance art for sale, including Tunga’s twins tied together by their hair When it comes to contemporary art, many have been left perplexed over the weird and wonderful items for sale in the name of creativity. This year’s Frieze London, one of the world’s leading fairs, is set […]

Ghale announces Candidacy for Second Term

Shesh Ghale

Kathmandu / September 22: The incumbent president of Non-Resident Nepalese Association (NRNA) Shesh Ghale has announced his candidacy for the post of president for second term. Addressing a meeting in London on Thursday, Ghale said that he is contesting for the presidential post in the 7th NRNA Global Conference to be held in Kathmandu from […]

Majhi, Tsering, Sherpa qualify for Faldo Series Asia Final

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Kathmandu / September 24: Shivaraj Majhi, Tenzing Tsering and Pratima Sherpa on Wednesday qualified for the Faldo Series Asia Final to be held at the Mission Hill Golf Course in China in March next year. Majhi won the boys’ 17-21 age-group event, Tsering topped the boys’ 12-16 age-group competition and Sherpa triumphed in the girls’ […]

Tourism sector in buoyant mood after constitution


Kathmandu / September 23: Nepal’s tourism industry has encountered numerous devastating obstacles in the past several years. Persistent political instability has had a direct negative effect on the growth of the sector. However, the promulgation of a new constitution on Sunday has given the beleaguered industry many reasons to cheer. Travel trade entrepreneurs believe that […]

After Repatriation, Youths take to Commercial Farming


Arghakhachi / September 22: Youths returning from foreign employment have been enthusiastically involved in commercial farming, especially animal husbandry and vegetable farming. Three youths in the district have jointly started a commercial vegetable farm in Karewang. The farm was started on 14 ropani land that had remained barren for years. “In foreign lands we had […]

Nepal: Building shelters for women

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Oxfam Three months since the first earthquake struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, thousands of people still live outside in temporary shelters made of tarpaulins, bamboo, and metal sheets. Living in communal shelters has been challenging especially for women, as they face risks of sexual abuse and difficulty maintaining personal hygiene. The April earthquake and […]

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