Nepal | November 17, 2018

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  • Automobile

    PHOTO FEATURE: NADA Auto Show in Kathmandu

    KATHMANDU: The 13th edition of Nepal's premier automobile exhibition, NADA Auto Show 2018, which kicked-off on September 11 will conclude tomorrow. The NADA Auto Show is regarded as a festival for automobile dealers as more than 30 per cent of annual sales of vehicles that auto dealers record is ...

  • Kathmandu

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    Control pollution, NHRC tells government

    Kathmandu, November 16 The National Human Rights Commission has recommended that the government mitigate the adverse impacts of environmental pollution on public health and promote cleanliness in Kathmandu valley to ensure that the citizen’s right live in a clean environment is not violated. ...

  • Environment

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    India may halt private cars in capital next week if smog thickens: official

    NEW DELHI: India may halt the use of private vehicles in the capital New Delhi if air pollution, which has reached severe levels in recent days, gets worse, a senior environmental official said on Tuesday. Toxic smog has started to envelope vast swathes of northern India, including New D...

  • Nepal

    National Human Rights Commission Chief, Anup Raj Sharma speaking at a regional conference in Kathmandu, organised to address the refugee issue in South Asia, on Monday, May 2, 2016. Photo: RSS

    NHRC asks govt to remove ambiguity from penal code

    Kathmandu, November 16 Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission Anup Raj Sharma today said the new penal code contained ambiguous words that could be used to punish journalists. He said this at an interaction organised by the NHRC to dwell on issues related to the freedom of express...

  • Entertainment

    Aretha Franklin’s ‘Amazing Grace’ film finally in theaters

    NEW YORK: Three years ago, Alan Elliott was at the Telluride Film Festival, prepared to unveil the holy grail of musical works: A documentary on the making of Aretha Franklin’s “Amazing Grace,” which had been lost to the archives until Elliott spent decades restoring it so it could fin...

  • Opinion

    NC’s new course: Statute amendment

    Since its inception, the Nepali Congress has always fought for democracy. But it should also follow democratic principles within the party. The NC stands at a crucial juncture now and statute amendment can only decide the party’s future course A statute is a set of rules that determines the o...