US Congressmen urges govt to “fully protect human rights of Tibetans in Nepal”

US Congressmen James P McGovern and Christopher H. Smith, Co-Chairs of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, released a letter to the Ambassador of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, urging the Nepalese... Read more »

Three footballers can’t participate in SAG

The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has barred three national football players from participating in the forthcoming 13th South Asian Games (SAG) to be held in Nepal. ANFA had earlier taken disciplinary... Read more »

International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

Maya BK, 21, was gang raped on June 27, 2019 by her boss and his friends. She belonged to the underprivileged Dalit community from Dhangadi. Her only crime was that she rejected... Read more »

Kathmandu to be declared “beggar-free”

The government is all set to declare Kathmandu a ‘beggar-free metropolitan city’ coinciding with the 25th Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Day on December 15. In April, 2019, the government had declared Pashupati... Read more »

Victoria’s state government honours two Nepalis

Victoria’s Multicultural Awards for Excellence has bestowed two people of Nepali origin with the Award for Meritious Service to the Community for their individual contributions in community building. The award honours outstanding... Read more »

Mahara challenges court’s order with defence army of 30 lawyers

Former House Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara has filed an appeal at the Patan High Court, challenging the Kathmandu District Court’s remand order against him over attempted rape allegations. Earlier this month, the Kathmandu... Read more »

Newly elected minister Bhatta setting a bad example?

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s cabinet reshuffle has many researching on the newly elected ministers. Naturally, the first thing we scan for is their respective social media handles. During the course, we... Read more »

A look at Oli’s ‘reshuffled’ cabinet

On Wednesday evening, the President’s Office released the names of Nepal’s new cabinet ministers. As per the release, President Bidhya Devi Bhandari upon the recommendation of the Prime Minister and abiding by... Read more »

Government bans everything it can’t handle

As the popularity of Tootle and Pathao soared, taxi entrepreneurs took to the streets and personally met with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in January asking for his help to stop such... Read more »
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Dolakha locals join hands to draw attention towards severely delayed Khadichaur-Charikot road expansion project

Some 500 Dolakha locals joined hands to form a human chain in Charikot, Dolakha on Tuesday. The estimated 500, including journalists, civil society members, students, entrepreneurs and other factions of the local... Read more »