Indian PM Modi brings his own cars, security to Nepal

Indian Prime Minister Modi will be arriving in Nepal tomorrow, and while the Nepal government is making preparations, he has made some of his own: 41 Indian security personnel along with two... Read more »

16 SSPs recommended for promotion to DIG

The promotion committee of Nepal Police has recommended 16 Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) to be promoted to Deputy Inspector General (DIG) post. SSP Kedar Rijal is top on the list followed... Read more »

Private schools agree to refund fees, end selling stationery items

Private schools have agreed to refund illegally raised fees after continuous pressure of joint students unions after a five point agreement. PABSON and N-PABSON representatives, student and parents organizations reached an agreement... Read more »

Home minister : ‘Don’t release transport entrepreneurs until they agree to end syndicate’

Ram Bahadur Thapa, Ministry for Home Affairs has directed not to release the arrested transport entrepreneurs if they are not ready to sign on papers to scrapping syndicate. Home Minister Thapa directed... Read more »

Transport committees halt transportation across country

Transport entrepreneurs have halted operation of vehicles across the country today apparently in a bid to press the government to bow down to their monopoly as a syndicate. Private vehicles across the... Read more »

Nepal’s total debt jumps to 32 percent of GDP

Nepal’s total debt soared by 19.1 percent in the first six months of the current fiscal year to 32 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP), as internal borrowing surged and Nepali... Read more »