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Aircraft moved to runway, TIA likely to resume from afternoon

KATHMANDU, March 7:The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has claimed that the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), closed since three days following mishap of the Turkish Airlines´ aircraft, will resume operation from Saturday afternoon.

Manager Purna Prasad Chudal at TIA informed that the aircraft has been successfully moved to the runway. [More]

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Politics

Ruling camp for wasting no more time

Oppn to focus on settling contentious issues in consensus KATHMANDU, March 7: As the ruling and opposition parties plan to hold talks on Saturday after a deadlock of

OHCHR hails SC rejection of amnesties for serious HR violations

KATHMANDU, March 7: The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein has welcomed last week’s decision by the Supreme Court to strike

´Opponent ready to promulgate constitution on May 29´

PARBAT, March 6: Former Prime Minister and CPN (UML) leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has claimed that the opposition parties including the UCPN (Maoist) have agreed to

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Mosquitoes adapting to high altitudes as climate warms

Experts worry about spread of vector-borne diseases even in the mountains KATHMANDU, March 7: Two years ago, on a cold November morning, Dal Bahadur BC spotted a mosquito on the wall of a toilet in Gulmi district.

New nat´l strategy to end child marriage

RAUTAHAT, March 7: The government is preparing to unveil a new national strategy to combat child marriage. According to an official at the Ministry

Conflict victims demand status

KAPILVASTU, March 7: Some conflict victims in the district, who were tortured and displaced during the conflict time but not included in the list of conflict-hit,

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Business

TIA to remain closed for intn´l flights till 10 am today

KATHMANDU, March 7: Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), the only international airport in the country closed since Wednesday morning after the Turkish Airlines aircraft crashlanded at the airport, will remain

Sports

India beats West Indies by 4 wickets at World Cup

PERTH, Australia, March 7: India rallied around swing bowler Mohammed Shami´s three-wicket performance on Friday to beat the West Indies by four wickets and remain unbeaten and in first place in Pool B at

INTERNATIONAL

Iraqi forces retake western town of al-Baghdadi

WASHINGTON. March 7: The U.S. military says Iraqi forces have retaken the town of al-Baghdadi from Islamic State fighters after months of battles. The military task force coordinating Operation Inherent

2,600yo human brain found intact thanks to oxygen-free clay mud

LONDON, March 6: One of the oldest human brains ever to be discovered was probably preserved for more than 2,000 years thanks to mud, archaeologists claim. The

Rape accused dragged out of jail, lynched in India

KOHIMA, March 6: A man, accused of raping a girl, was beaten to death day after being pulled out of a jail by a mob at Dimapur in Nagaland. A mass protest

The Week

The Male Feminists

For all that’s been written about the passionate and courageous women who have led the march to gender equality throughout history, often overlooked are the men who have marched and continue to march on women’s sides. It’s

The harbingers of change

Bhawani Rana on all that a woman can do Bhawani Rana is the Chairperson of Sneha Group. The group operates freight business, travels and tours, resorts

The cloud behind the silver lining

Every Women’s Day comes with its share of success stories and positive statistics. But while we rejoice over them, it’s equally important that we acknowledge the reality of being a woman. I

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Social buzz

Pratap Lama declared Nepali Tara 3 winner

KATHMANDU, March 6: Pratap Lama has been announced as the winner of the Nepali Tara 3 at a function held at the Army Officer’s Club, Bhadrakali on Friday. Like

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Men will be men?

“Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture it!” The theme for the International Women’s Day 2015 reiterates the principle that women’s empowerment lies at the heart of the empowerment of humanity. Empowerment

Encourage a reading habit in kids?

Every child deserves the best. And introducing the child to a reading habit is one of the best things we could do. With the influx of Smartphones and tablets, TV, Internet, and laptops, parents have it within their reach to distract an irritable

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