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  • 24 Nepalis die in a month

    DOHA: The number of Nepalis employed in Gulf countries dying unnatural deaths is increasing, according to a report. Twenty-four Nepalis working in Qatar have died...

  • 15 Nepalis among 31 climbers stand atop Mt K2 in a single day

    The world’s second highest mountain has witnessed a record crowd of climbers standing on its summit in a single day after at least 31 climbers successfully climbed Mt K2 (8,611 m) this morning....

  • Nepalis get 1st chance in 20 years to vote for local bodies

    Much has changed since Nepal last held local elections 20 years ago — the Himalayan country's 240-year monarchy was abolished, federal democracy was introduced and political wrangling took center st...

  • Doctors to resume work after two months

    Manipal Teaching Hospital is finally going to begin providing all its medical services from tomorrow in response to mounting pressure from the general public following the Kagbeni accident....

  • Govt says it made key gains in eight months

    The Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led government today issued its report card, saying it made some important gains, including the restructuring of local levels, and achieved high economic growth and ended power...

  • Nepali dies in Qatar World Cup stadium

    Qatar's investigation into the death of a worker on a 2022 World Cup stadium construction site has led to "extended over-sight" of health and safety procedures, officials said Wednesday....

  • Nepalis cheer as fuel rationing ends after 5 months

    Nepal ended five months of fuel rationing on Tuesday after persuading protesters to end a border blockade that cut supplies of oil and other goods to the Himalayan nation....

  • Nepalis asked to chip in for rebuilding iconic Dharahara

    The government will collect donation from Nepali citizens to rebuild Dharahara also known as Bhimsen Tower which came crashing down on April 25 after a devastating earthquake....

  • Overseas jobs : No end to woes of Nepalis working abroad

    Kathmandu. February 6: Those who opt for foreign employment hope to earn a handsome salary, but a lot of them do not know what is...

  • Nepali embassy in Bangkok brokers a ‘dubious deal’

    The role of Nepali Embassy in Thailand has come into question for brokering a ‘pre-emptive deal’ between 10 Nepali students stranded in Bangkok, and Sunil Khadka and Sujan Basnet, who took them to...

  • ‘Statute provisions make timely general convention impossible’

    Constituting the Central Policy and Training Academy took some time because of preparations for the Maha Samiti. Delay in constituting the academy affected training programmes, but we did organise pro...

  • A road that changed lives

    With a small potbelly, an oval face and height of around five feet six inches, Ramesh Magar resembles an ordinary Nepali citizen whom you might know or may have come across....

  • ‘New minimum wage is contextual, scientific’

    The government recently revised the minimum monthly wage for industry workers to Rs 13,450. Amid improper labour situation in Nepal taken as one of the impeding factors for business growth in the cou...

  • THT 10 YEARS AGO: India denies Susta encroachment charge

    India has categorically claimed that it has not encroached upon Susta and challenged the Nepal government to show proof of encroachment....

  • Chance to learn something extra

    College life is an important chapter in a student’s life. To make this period more fruitful for students, colleges in Nepal are bringing various programmes in recent years and one popular programme ...

  • Game of Thrones leaves Nepal quake victims in cold

    Ongoing political instability in the country which has seen 24 governments in 26 years has stymied reconstruction efforts....