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The Week


So, where can we go to escape the hassles of Kathmandu’s busy life? A very good option stands near the Rashtriya Banijya Bank at Pulchowk. In neat caps lock, the sign reads BAC ART Café. A short brisk walk through the alley

Errors decoded: A new tech savvy world

As we speak, there are 10 years old primary school children in London staying back after school to begin their basics in computer programming. Similarly, initiatives are being launched across the United

Language barrier forcing Kisan kids out of schools

Bandhan Kisan, a daily wage earner from the Tirinka Village of Jhapa District never went to school. His parents could not manage to educate him due to extreme poverty. When he got married, Bandhan had


House panel okays bill against DV/PR for govt staff

KATHMANDU, Feb 26: Parliament’s State Affairs Committee (SAC) has endorsed a much-awaited bill barring government employees from holding permanent residency in any foreign country, paving the way for the upcoming

CC recommends five commissioners at CIAA

KATHMANDU, Feb 27 : The constitution council (CC) on Friday recommended five commissioners  at the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority

Constitution based on consensus as early as possible : DPM Gautam

KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Bamdev Gautam has expressed confidence that the constitution would be promulgated as early as possible


Hunt for acid attacker intensifies

KATHMANDU, Feb 26: Still clueless about the perpetrators of the acid attack on three school girls at a tuition center at Basantapur in Kathmandu, Sunday, Nepal Police has intensified its investigations. Metropolitan

´Positive aspects of international literature should be internalized´

KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Minister Law Narahari Acharya has said that Nepali literature should acknowledge the positive developments seen in literature in its international

Construction companies feted for timely completion of bridge and road

KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Two construction companies were feted on Friday for completing their task before the scheduled time. Minister for Physical Infrastructure



Sagoon.com to reward $5 to users opening account

KATHMANDU, Feb 25: Wouldn´t it be interesting if you get paid for opening your account on a social networking site? Sagoon .com, a social networking site provides a $5 reward for users signing the social site


Monaco beats Arsenal 3-1 in Champions League last-16 1st leg

LONDON, Feb 26:  Veteran striker Dimitar Berbatov demonstrated his enduring quality by inspiring Monaco to a surprise 3-1 victory over Arsenal on Wednesday, priming the principality team for a place in the


Leaders in Asia face jail, arrests due to politics

NEW DELHI, Feb 25 :  On Wednesday, a court in Bangladesh issued an arrest warrant for Khaleda Zia, the opposition leader whose political feud with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has dominated the country´s

Attackers hack American blogger to death in Bangladesh

DHAKA, Bangladesh, Feb 27 :  A prominent Bangladeshi-American blogger known for speaking out against religious extremism was hacked to death as he walked through

UK spies face questions about failure to stop Jihadi John

LONDON, Feb 27: British spy agencies are facing questions about how a young Londoner who was on their radar as part of terrorist investigations was able to travel


Pursuing his passions

KATHMANDU, Feb 26: An ardent lover of literature, Abeeral Thapa, 30, has been writing poems and lyrics for more than a decade now, with his first anthology of poems

Sports Film Fest starts today

KATHMANDU, Feb 26: The first Nepal International Sports Film Festival will kick off at the Auditorium Hall of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) on Exhibition Road on Friday

Gen next

Building successful business ideas

KATHMANDU, Feb 26: Are you thinking of quitting your job to start your own business venture? Is the idea viable? Many wonderful ideas are all over in your brain as you consider a new business venture.

LOCUS 2015 instills hope in young tech students

KATHMANDU, Feb 26: LOCUS 2015, a three-day tech festival organized by students of Department of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering at the Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pulchowk Central Campus, concluded



Parties in government run parallel governments


Delusion of governance


Acid victim Sangita wants the attacker to go through same ordeal


Living a life of second-class citizen


Okharpauwa locals obstruct garbage dumping



Skewed supply worsens LP gas crisis


Sagoon.com to reward $5 to users opening account


Govt makes public 148-point achievements in past year


World Cup: WIndies sent in to bat, score 310-6 vs Pakistan


Experts worry as lightning-strike fatalities show no sign of decline


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