Weaver bird tales

July 22, 2016 11:42 AM

The weaver bird (or Baya Topchara as it is commonly called in Nepal) is also known as the engineer charo (bird) because of its startling ability to build an artistic nest.

Fun of Asar 15 (photos/video)

June 29, 2016 18:33 PM

The Day is marked on the 15th of the Nepali month Asar every year. The 15th of Asar is the day when traditionally Nepali farmers finished planting paddy in their fields and enjoined in its celebration.

In pictures: When robots competed

June 25, 2016 18:18 PM

KATHMANDU, June 25: Nine teams from across the country participated in the IOE Robocon 2016 National level Robot Contest organized by Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University at Nepal Army Sports and Physical Training Center.

In pictures: When robots competed

June 25, 2016 18:14 PM

KATHMANDU, June 25: Nine teams from across the country participated in the IOE Robocon 2016 National level Robot Contest organized by Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University at Nepal Army Sports and Physical Training Center.

Coffins from Kabul bring tear to everyone at  TIA (with photo/video)

June 22, 2016 15:49 PM

KATHMANDU, June 22: The dead bodies and mortal remains of the 12 Nepalis killed in Kabul on Monday have been brought to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu.

In pictures: Joy of paddy plantation

June 20, 2016 16:45 PM

KATHMANDU, June 20: Arrival of monsoon has boosted zeal and happiness of farmers. Farmers are seen busy working in fields toiling and planting paddy saplings with a hope of a good harvest. The government has been marking National Paddy Day of 15th day of the Nepali month of Asar.

The little priest

June 17, 2016 16:50 PM

On a visit to Pashupatinath temple, a rare sight caught my attention and I went to take a closer look. There was a boy, not older than 10 years, intensely studying the palms of a much older man. The look of concentration in his face and the professional way in which he was examining the fate lines spoke of quite some experience.

The little priest

June 17, 2016 12:53 PM

On a visit to Pashupatinath temple, a rare sight caught my attention and I went to take a closer look. There was a boy, not older than 10 years, intensely studying the palms of a much older man. The look of concentration in his face and the professional way in which he was examining the fate lines spoke of quite some experience.