Nepal | November 18, 2018

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  • Business

    Government concerned over World Bank report

    KATHMANDU: Government has expressed concern over the report, 'Doing Business', prepared by the World Bank. The report made public recently has painted grim picture of the trade and investment environment in Nepal, officials said. Nepal achieved a score of 105 last year but the score was revised ...

  • Nepal

    A week on, sit-in seeking justice continues

    DHANGADI: Eight days have passed since the Panta family and activists began an ‘indefinite’ sit-in at the gates of District Administration Office, Kanchanpur demanding arrest of culprit behind Nirmala Panta’s rape and murder. Victim’s father, Yagya Raj Panta on Sunday asked the state ...

  • Oddities

    India’s first elephant hospital cheers animal activists, draws tourists

    MATHURA: At India's first hospital for elephants, opened last week in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, 49-year old Asha placed her left foreleg on a stool for a doctor to attend to an injury while visitors filmed it all on their mobile phones. The facility, armed with facilities such as w...

  • People

    Prince Charles turns 70 with party, new family photos

    LONDON: Britain’s Prince Charles is turning 70 with a family birthday party, and a firm commitment to his environmentalist views. Charles is due to have tea on Wednesday with a group of people who are also turning 70 this year, before a Buckingham Palace party thrown by his mother, Queen El...

  • Health

    Colorised transmission electron micrograph file image made available by the CDC shows an Ebola virus virion

    Congo ministry says Ebola outbreak worst in nation’s history

    KINSHASA: Congo’s latest Ebola outbreak is the worst in the country’s recorded history with 319 confirmed and probable cases, the health ministry said. The deadly virus has killed about 198 people since the outbreak was declared Aug. 1 in the volatile east, the ministry said. Those dead i...

  • World

    US official: US intel says prince ordered Khashoggi killing

    WASHINGTON: US intelligence officials have concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a US official said Friday. The Saudi government has denied the claim. The conclusion will bolster efforts in Congress to further punish the c...