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Satyarthi proposes Global Parliamentary Forum for Children

KATHMANDU, Dec 19:Nobel Peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi has urged Nepali lawmakers to ensure children’s rights in the new constitution and promote compassion for kids so that they grow as good individuals

FDA to exhibit flexibility for 'progressive statute'

KATHMANDU, Dec 20: The UCPN (Maoist)-led Federal Democratic Alliance (FDA) has decided to exhibit flexibility to promulgate ‘progressive constitution’

'Jan 22 not must deadline for statute on consensus'

BHAKTAPUR, Dec 20: Chairman of the Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee (CPDCC) Baburam Bhattarai has said it was not essential enough to regard


Nobel Laureate Satyarthi joins Clean Bagmati Campaign ( photo feature)

LALITPUR,Dec 20: Nobel laureate and noted child rights activist of India Kailash Satyarthi joined the clean Bagmati campaign at Teku this morning. He attended the 84th series of the campaign that took

Chinese tourists' influx up in Bhaktapur

BHAKTAPUR, Dec 20: Bhaktapur has seen an increment in the influx of Chinese tourists this year, beating the number of Indian tourists, who were the highest last

Cold wave claims three in Rautahat

RAUTAHAT, Dec 20: Three people have lost their lives due to chilling cold in the district on Friday night. The deceased have been identified as Ramnath


Govt rejects ADB's pick for Tanahun Hydro consultant

Cites lack of experience KATHMANDU, Dec 19 :The government has refused to appoint the consultant selected by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for project supervision


Aussies win by 4 wickets, take 2-0 series lead

BRISBANE, Australia, Dec 20:  Steve Smith claimed the victory he craved in his first test as Australia´s captain, even though he had to leave it to Mitchell Johnson to complete a nervous run chase in


Obama says North Korea hacked Sony, vows response

WASHINGTON, Dec 20:  President Barack Obama declared Friday that Sony "made a mistake" in shelving a satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea´s leader, and he pledged the U.S.

Final phase assembly voting underway in India

JAMMU/RANCHI, Dec 20: Polling for the fifth and final phase of assembly elections is taking place in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand on Saturday, reported the Times

Pakistan: US drone strike kills 5 militants

ISLAMABAD, Dec 20: A U.S. drone fired two missiles at militant hideout in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday, killing at least five Taliban fighters, two security

The Week

Climate refugees

The tale of a lost Upper Mustang village In an alley of Jomsom, just past an old wooden bridge over the Kali Gandaki River flowing right through the middle of


As its name suggests, Kaffeine is all about the energizing flavors of caffeine. Kaffeine serves one of the strongest coffees in town and also stocks the most varieties. Ajay Shrestha and Nishant Pradhan,

Patan escapade :Episode #3

For a city that stretches out to just 15.43 sq kilometers, Patan has a lot to offer – eateries, cultural heritage sites and amazing places where you can just relax and spend a whole day without having


Men find women in high heels sexier: Study

If you need help from men on the road, wear high heels. This is the message from a new study, revealing that how the height of a woman´s shoe heel influences how men behave towards her. The

Priyanka Chopra signs deal with US television network ABC

After releasing three singles off her first music album in the US and voicing an Indian character in DisneyToon film ‘Planes’, Priyanka Chopra is all set to take her Hollywood stint to the

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Attend KU IT Meet 2014

This Sunday and Monday, the premises of Kathmandu University in Dhulikhel will turn into a platform for individuals to gather and exchange ideas on technology. With the aim to promote research and development of technology, Kathmandu

Culture is our identity: say youth

KATHMANDU, Dec 19:Modernization and westernization have changed the lifestyle of Nepali people in many ways lately. The perspectives toward numerous cultural practices, beliefs, and even the tangible heritages

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Weekly interview Gyan Chandra Acharya has over three decades of experience in diplomatic services. The former...

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