Nepal | March 26, 2019

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  • Kathmandu

    The Federal Parliament Building, Kathmandu

    Winter session of House ends

    Kathmandu, March 24 The winter session of the Parliament was prorogued today after passing a total of 16 bills, including two amendment bills, and scrapping some old laws that contradicted the new constitution. The passage of some amendment bills also paved the way for the government to imple...

  • News Archives

    The making of militants in India’s “paradise on earth”

    KULGAM: Kashmiri farmer Yusuf Malik learned that his son Owais, a 22-year old arts student and apple picker, had become an armed militant via a Facebook post. Days after Owais disappeared from his home in this picturesque valley below the Himalayan ranges, his picture appeared on the social n...

  • Health

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    Experts dismiss rumours of bird flu outbreak in Chitwan district

    Chitwan, March 23 Veterinary Hospital and Livestock Service Experts Centre Chitwan today dismissed rumours of bird flu outbreak Chitwan district. The office said people could use poultry products without any fear as no bird flu case was detected in the district. The office said so issuing a...

  • Lifestyle

    Baby Diana? Or little Arthur? Bets on for royal baby name

    LONDON: What will Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan name their child? With the former actress in the last stage of her pregnancy, punters are having a flutter on the baby’s gender, weight, date and birthplace. One of the most popular wagers is for the name. For a boy, Arthur is leadi...

  • Travel

    German-Nepal Friendship team experiences heavy snowfall along GHT High Route

    KATHMANDU: Four Sherpa climbers who got stuck between Yangri Kharka and Mt Makaulu Base Camp in two-metre deep snow in Sankhuwasabha for over a week shared that the high route of the Great Himalaya Trail witnessed an unusual snowfall in this winter season. Four climbers – Pemba Jangbu Sherp...

  • Opinion

    IT potential: Make use of idle talent

    About 200 outsourcing IT companies are registered in Nepal. The IT Park could be an ideal place to set up shop for them. The flourishing IT firms would use the IT Park if the government were to provide basic facilities and bring about policy reform Computers and information technology (IT) have...