Nepal deports US citizen of Tibetan origin after China labels him Dalai Lama’s agent

China First – Immigration officers on Saturday refused to allow Penpa Tsering enter the country despite him holding a valid visa to Nepal – Mr.Tsering is 53 years old, he is a... Read more »

You fight, we suffer.

For most of those who grew up during the People’s Movement in Nepal, a thought worries them – are we going to see another civil war? While seeing another civil war is... Read more »

Motihari-Amlekhgunj pipeline: Test successful, fuel transport expected to begin from July

A joint team of technicians from Nepal and India carried out a test operation by sending water through the Motihari-Amlekhgunj pipeline. After a successful operation, both nations are hopeful the pipeline will... Read more »

FNJ Bhaktapur submits a collection of signatures for press freedom

Federation of Nepali Journalists, Bhaktapur submitted a collection of signatures expressing solidarity with its campaign. It launched to guarantee the right to freedom of expression and freedom of the press to the... Read more »
One of the under-construction tunnel of the Rasuwagadhi Hydro. (Image: Facebook)

Rasuwagadhi Hydro – dry landslide traps 17 workers, all rescued

Seventeen workers – 11 Nepalese and 6 Chinese, who were trapped inside an under-construction tunnel of the Rasuwagadhi Hydropower Project last night have been safely evacuated. An immediate rescue operation was initiated... Read more »

Lawmakers give mixed views about Guthi Bill

Lawmakers attending a meeting of the House of Representatives today have expressed their mixed views about the proposed Guthi Bill. Those representing the major ruling party, Nepal Communist Party, in the Lower... Read more »

Apple rotten at farm for not finding market

Apple farming of Jeet Singh Bohora, a local of Byas rural municipality-1, Chhangaru, turned out to be business loss for not finding a market. Bohora, who had started apple farming since 2060... Read more »

Former UN Official convicted of sexual child abuse

A former senior UN official who was arrested last year for sexually assaulting children in Nepal, has been convicted of involvement in the crime by Kavre District Court. Canadian National Peter Dalgish,... Read more »

What Pranesh Gautam’s arrest means in the long run?

Let’s face it – meme pages like Meme Nepal, Routine of Nepal Bandha are exactly not our favourite – while their meme content (except their racist, homophobic, and sexist posts) are funny... Read more »

President Bhandari highlights need of research-based University education

President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said the University education should be compatible with time and people-oriented. Inaugurating a two-day international conference on ‘Internationalization of University Education’ organised by the Tribhuvan University (... Read more »