Nepal | January 22, 2019

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  • SSB fired in air as smugglers attacked patrol team in Indian territory across Nepal border, claims Indian Embassy

    The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu said the news report on firing by the Indian Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) at Nepali citizens at Nepal-India border and injuries on Wednesday morning was inaccurate....

  • Shop at Meena Bazaar

    KATHAMANDU: The Pakistani Embassy’s Women Association in Kathmandu is organising its annual Meena Bazaar at the Hyatt Regency on March 10. The Meena Bazaar is...

  • Nepal shares Govinda Gautam’s autopsy report with India

    The Nepal government said it already shared postmortem and forensic reports of Govinda Gautam, who was allegedly killed by Indian border security personnel in Punarbas of Kanchanpur district last week...

  • India denies firing by Sashastra Seema Bal personnel in Kanchanpur

    India denied that its Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) personnel opened fire on Nepalis in Ananda Bazaar of Kanchanpur district near the Nepal-India border today....

  • Istanbul’s top 10 historic shopping arcades

    Architecture and shopping go hand in hand at these arcades full of character, which also offers a glimpse into the city’s rich past...

  • Four hurt in SSB firing

    Four Nepalis were injured when Indian Seema Suraksha Bal opened fire at Bhantabari of Haripur VDC in Sunsari this morning....

  • Crackdown mutes protests in Iran

    CAIRO: Overwhelmed by police and left with limited alternatives, Iranian demonstrators resorted Tuesday to more subtle ways of challenging the outcome of the presidential election:...

  • BIZ BRIEFS

    SBI’s 26th branch KATHMANDU: Nepal SBI Bank opened its 26th branch in Tansen, Palpa, on Tuesday. Major A K Bhosle of the Defence Wing of...

  • Once-over

    Rs 15m Indian grant Kathmandu: The Embassy of India, the Palpa District Development Committee and the Tansen Multiple Campus, Tansen, recently signed a Memorandum of...

  • Japan extends Rs 1.705b grant for Sindhuli road

    Himalayan News Service Kathmandu, June 9: Japan has decided to extend a grant assistance of up to Rs 1,705,492,000 (equivalent to $24,243,000) to Nepal for...

  • IN BRIEF

    Tainted officer’s case LALITPUR: The Royal Commission for Corruption Control (RCCC) recorded statements of Bamdev Dip Adhikari, the survey officer of the Land Management Training...