Nepal | December 14, 2018

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  • EDITORIAL

    Save the mothers A study has shown that suicide is now a leading cause of death of women of reproductive age and sending alarming signals....

  • Three killed in police firing in Dhangadhi

    Dhangadhi, May 28: Three persons were killed when police opened firing at a mob that tried to vandalise the Kailali district administration office today. Five...

  • Schools remain shut on Day Five

    Agitating teachers to wait till today for talks invite from government Kathmandu, May 21: All private and government schools in the country remained closed today,...

  • Colgate-Palmolive readies to wind up business in Nepal

    Kathmandu, March 27: Beset by problems ranging from the recent closure of the border to frequent transport strikes and bandhs and overall uncertainties pertaining to...

  • The larger picture

    Businessmen have gone on an indefinite strike since Monday, demanding security and an end to extortions. The provocation was the beating up of Harilal Shrestha,...

  • Code of conduct A test of credibility of both sides

    Truce monitors have to ensure that accords are not breached and armies do not resort to guns. The main function of the National Monitoring Committee...

  • Ferrying of arms: Is it a violation of ceasefire code?

    Ferrying of arms in truck-loads on the night of September 12 by the Nepali Army had become the most sensational event since the declaration of...