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Govt appeals Sherpas, climbers to continue expeditions
French national found dead at Italy base camp
Nepal Republic Media hands over prizes worth over Rs 2m to cricketers
Fringe party lawmakers demand to halt CA committee heads' election
Activists: Syrian airstrikes in north kill 18
Minor charred to death, 30 houses gutted in Rautahat fire
French trekker found dead in Myagdi
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  • Govt appeals Sherpas, climbers to continue expeditions
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • French national found dead at Italy base camp
    REPUBLICA
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  • Minor charred to death, 30 houses gutted in Rautahat fire
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • French trekker found dead in Myagdi
    HARI KRISHNA GAUTAM
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  • Top govt officials fly to Everest to end crisis
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
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  • Industrial wastes released into Sirsiya River hurts farming and biodiversity
    RITESH TRIPATHI
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  • MoHP proposes higher doc fees
    REPUBLICA
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  • Locals migrate as water sources dry up
    DAMAN RAI
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  • 8th conference on climate change starts
    REPUBLICA
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  • Traffic police in Lahan comes up with bright idea to curb road mishaps
    MITHILESH YADAV
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  • Locals migrate as water sources dry up
    DAMAN RAI
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  • Road Safety Week observed
    REPUBLICA
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  • Climate change likely to make Everest even riskier
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
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  • Fire guts hundred houses in Saptari
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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  • International Road Safety Week being observed
    REPUBLICA
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  • Income of Patan Museum Increases
    REPUBLICA
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  • First green house satellite in Nepal
    RSS
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  • Man hammers friend to death over minor dispute
    DHRUBA SUBEDI
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  • Sherpas leave Everest; some expeditions nix climbs
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
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  • After Everest tragedy, Sherpas face stark choices
    OM ASTHA RAI
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  • New police regulation to strengthen chain of command
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Fixing nonstructural components can stave off injuries during earthquake, say experts
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Agencies providing orientation to migrant workers required to furnish details online
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • Gorkha Hospital running out of food for patients
    NARHARI SAPKOTA
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  • Pokhara to light up streets with solar power
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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  • BPKIHS sans registrar for nearly a year
    ROHIT RAI
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  • Birgunj to get state-of-the-art bus terminal in two years
    RITESH TRIPATI
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  • Red pandas befriend Nuwakot villagers
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
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  • PABSON asks DEO to check unregistered schools in Kanchanpur
    REPUBLICA
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  • Most Sherpas decide to leave Everest for season
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
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  • Nepali migrant workers dying at higher rate
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • Avalanche-missing kin agonize over lack of news
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Taskforce to address Sherpa demands promptly
    REPUBLICA
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  • Experts call for protection of rhododendron forest
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Tradition, technology abetting child marriage in Bajura
    KRISHNA OLI
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  • Power to People
    KOSMOS BISWOKARMA
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  • Pak provides compensation to kin of slain Nepali mountaineer
    REPUBLICA
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  • Brick kilns ruin lives in Siraha villages
    MITHILESH YADAV
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  • Locals seek ban on aggregate mining at Marsyangdi
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
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  • 410 FMs, 18 TV stations in operation
    REPUBLICA
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  • Students close schools in Dhanusha
    SURESH YADAV
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  • Joint secy Dhungel tasked with rescuing Sajha
    REPUBLICA
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  • Suu Kyi arriving Nepal for 2-day visit on June 14
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • Gorkha community in Manipur calls off protest after govt's announcement
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • After Everest tragedy, all expeditions called off
    BHANUBHAKTA NIROULA
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  • Melamchi project to gain pace from June
    REPUBLICA
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  • Auditor General's report reveals rampant corruption in DEOs
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Allure of devotional songs draws devotees to Pashupatinath in droves
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • Hawkers warn of tougher protests after talks with authorities fail
    REPUBLICA
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  • CNP lacks resources to treat injured wild animals
    CHANDNI HAMAL
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  • Mukesh Kayastha gets citizenship at his doorstep
    REPUBLICA
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  • Armala wetlands drying up
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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  • Injured animals lack proper care at conservation areas
    CHANDNI HAMAL
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  • Dharan to be transformed into eco-friendly town
    ROHIT RAI
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  • Four killed in jeep accident
    BISHAL BHATTARAI
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  • Absence of medical facilities taking toll on wild animals at CNP
    CHANDANI HAMAL
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  • Everest avalanche a reminder of risks Sherpas face
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
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  • 4 killed, 10 injured in Gulmi jeep accident
    BISHAL BHATTARAI
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  • Avalanche exacts toll in personal tragedies
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • 2 migrant workers dying abroad per day
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • 70 Nepalis in Thai jails, want royal pardon
    REPUBLICA
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  • Maipokhari to be restored to its past glory
    BANEPURAJ BHATTARAI
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  • Brick kiln workers urge employers to ensure basic facilities
    REPUBLICA
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  • Unfriendly policies worsen teen's struggle with cerebral palsy
    NEERAJ CHANDRA ROY
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  • Chirayu Hospital warned to follow building code or face demolition
    REPUBLICA
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  • Govt to probe irregularities in free medicine program
    ARJUN POUDEL
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  • Achham containing trachoma epidemic
    RAM BAHADUR KUNWAR
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  • Sagarmatha Bangmaya honors writers
    REPUBLICA
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  • Protest affects vitamin distribution in Khotang village
    REPUBLICA
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  • 3.6m children administered vitamin A capsule
    REPUBLICA
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  • 13th body pulled from snow in Everest avalanche
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
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  • Search resumes for bodies in Everest avalanche
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
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  • Fire incidents increase in Rautahat
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Textbooks printed by private publishers goes unsold
    BINOD SUBEDI
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  • Everest avalanche: 5 dead bodies brought to capital
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • Annapurna Circuit opts for alternative trek route
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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  • 29 INGOs not in contact with SWC
    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
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  • 'I feel I'm just out of the jaws of death'
    DAWA SHERPA
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  • APF rescue team saving lives
    SANTOSH POKHREL
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  • Action begins against tractors exploiting Chure
    MITHILESH YADAV
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  • KMC distributes senior citizen allowance
    REPUBLICA
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  • Nepal's note on emission cuts approved
    REPUBLICA
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  • Int'l Dalit Conference concludes
    REPUBLICA
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  • Briefly:
    REPUBLICA
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  • Disgruntled lady health workers skip deworming drive
    DAMAN RAI
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  • Eight decades of wait for restoration of 300-year old temple
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • No health centers in Gorkha villages
    NARHARI SAPKOTA
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  • 12 dead, 6 injured, 4 missing in Everest avalanche
    KRITI BHUJU/BHANUBHAKTA NIRAULA
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  • Five saw mill owners arrested over illegal logging
    RAMESH KHATIWADA
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  • Govt target to lessen adults illiteracy by 50 to 75 percent
    RSS
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  • Dhorpatan Wildlife Reserve decreases game hunting fees
    RSS
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  • Disgruntled lady health workers skip deworming drive
    DAMAN RAI
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  • Darjeeling votes
    REPUBLICA
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  • Tiny but multi-talented, Sundari thinks big
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • Nepal pledges basic toilets for all by 2017
    REPUBLICA
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  • Transport halted over road accident
    JANAK KC
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  • Nepal, India and Bhutan agree on new transboundary landscape for Hindu Kush
    REPUBLICA
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  • Rampant deforestation dries up Riyu
    CHANDAN HAMAL
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  • Ram Bahadur Tamang's wheelchair expedition (Photo Feature)
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • MoHP procuring drugs that go unused
    ARJUN POUDEL
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  • 93.2 hectares of forestland encroached in 63 districts: OAG
    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
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  • Suicides among old on rise
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
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  • Victims of conflict want perpetrators booked
    DEVENDRA BASNET
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  • Education at Bajura community schools not free
    KRISHNA OLI
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  • Multilingual education fails to attract students in Jhapa
    RAJU ADHIKARI
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  • UGC submits draft higher education policy to MoE
    REPUBLICA
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  • Khotang School generates fund by selling urine
    REPUBLICA
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  • Haphazard urbanization risks showdown between industries and residents
    UPENDRA YADAV
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  • BRIEFS: Man held with fake Nepali notes
    REPUBLICA
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  • Norvic organizes free health camp at 2,900 meters
    REPUBLICA
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  • MoE to provide textbooks to all students in two weeks
    REPUBLICA
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  • Careless driving behind surge in accidents along six-lane highway
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Sub-regional consultation on HIV prevention kicks off
    REPUBLICA
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  • Two dead, seven hurt in Jajarkot Jeep Accident
    RSS
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  • TU teachers postpone protest program
    RSS
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  • Protection relief fund set up for Raute people
    RSS
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  • TU Ayurved Hospital closed for 10 days
    RSS
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  • Family breakups a price of working abroad
    LB THAPA
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  • KMC drives hawkers out of Khula Manch and Ratna Park
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Rescued female domestics still want to work abroad
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • Country ill-prepared to tackle fire outbreaks
    REPUBLICA
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  • Tractors meant for farms used in illegal mining
    MITHILESH YADAV
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  • Kapilvastu lost 15000 hectares of forest in
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
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  • Court begins recording statements
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
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  • Norvic's new diagnostic center comes into operation
    REPUBLICA
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  • TUTH Blood Bank launched
    REPUBLICA
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  • Blood Transfusion Centre set up at TUTH
    RSS
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  • Jujunbhai pierces his tongue for sixth time
    UPENDRA LAMICHHANE
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  • Free medicines rot at health centers countrywide
    ARJUN POUDEL
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  • 39 Lebanon-stranded arrive home
    REPUBLICA
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  • No respite for brick kiln workers despite hard toil
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Chief secretary, officials take dips in Bagmati
    REPUBLICA
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  • Mithila greets New Year with Satuwin and Judshital
    MAHESH KUMAR DAS
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  • Livestock farming policy in the offing
    REPUBLICA
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  • Satyam starting regular heli service to Muktinath Temple
    SANTOSH POKHREL
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  • Fire destroys houses, shops in Mahottari
    MAHESH KUMAR DAS
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  • Chief Secy Poudel takes holy dip in Bagmati
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • Street vendors reject govt selected areas
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • KMC chief dreams of cleaner metropolis, parks with free Wi-Fi
    REPUBLICA
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  • 2070: A mixed bag for Nepal Police
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Wildfire spreading in central Tarai
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Early warning system installed in disaster-prone Dang
    DEVENDRA BASNET
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  • Case filed against Ahdikari's 'murderers'
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
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  • Fire kills 19 in two months
    REPUBLICA
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  • Only 3 SLC graduates in Dadeldhura village
    BARUN PANERU
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  • Students set to start new session without textbooks
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
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  • Traffic police offers safe driving classes to microbus drivers
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Chief Secy to take Bagmati dip on New Year's day
    REPUBLICA
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  • KUKL set to dig reconstructed roads of Kathmandu
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • Development eludes Jhapa headquarters
    RAJU ADHIKARI
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  • Political meddling mars dream for better higher education
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • More wildfires in Chitwan than other districts
    OM ASTHA RAI
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  • Traffic police starts classes on safe driving for microbus drivers
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Nepal to ink labor accord with three countries soon
    REPUBLICA
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  • Changing weather patterns pose formidable threat to crocodile breeding
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
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  • Saptari fire victims remain high and dry
    JITENDRA JHA
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  • Medicine shortage hits in Khotang
    DAMAN RAI
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  • Four planning to loot smuggled gold held
    REPUBLICA
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  • Armala locals advised to take up vegetable farming
    SANTOSH POKHREL
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  • Forest fire claims 1 in Panchthar
    GIRIRAJ BASKOTA
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  • One dies, three injured in tractor accident
    RSS
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  • Saptari fire victims await relief package
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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  • PM: No blacktopping of roads in rainy season
    REPUBLICA
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  • Charity run to help people with Down's syndrome
    REPUBLICA
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  • KMC to halt collection of waste from Trade Tower
    REPUBLICA
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  • Families of dead struggle to get bodies back
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • Saptari fire victims await relief package
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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  • New statute will bring development: PM
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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  • Dead body found in Sundarijal dam
    REPUBLICA
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  • Rolpa folks suffer as doctors shun remote areas
    HIRABAHADUR GHARTIMAGAR
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  • VDC employees demand Local Service Act
    REPUBLICA
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  • Minor succumbs to injuries, police suspect gang rape
    UPENDRA YADAV
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  • ILO official in Nepal
    REPUBLICA
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  • 12 arrested for electricity theft
    RSS
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  • High-value herbal plants turning to be cattle field
    REPUBLICA
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  • CoAS cycles 75 km toKoshi Tappu
    REPUBLICA
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  • Internet Service at a far-flung school
    RSS
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  • Jujubhai all set to pierce tongue a 6th time
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • South Asian think tanks summit
    REPUBLICA
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  • Child killed, dozens houses gutted in Saptari fire
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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  • Cases filed agitating teachers
    REPUBLICA
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  • New USAID project launched
    REPUBLICA
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  • Nepali woman in Kuwait jail
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • Bajura locals taken ill after drinking contaminated water
    KRISHNA OLI
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  • Progress in detection, not in response
    OM ASTHA RAI
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  • Govt targets 10 VDCs of the Valley for enforcing building code
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • 10 held for smuggling red panda skin, elephant ivory idols
    REPUBLICA
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  • Two more PU officials suspended
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Rampant deforestation dries up Riyu
    CHANDANI HAMAL
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  • Victims see remedy in medicine and statute
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Indian envoy inaugurates school building
    REPUBLICA
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  • Two sisters go missing in Kaligandaki River
    RSS
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  • Locals run college entirely through donations
    BARUN PANERU
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  • Celebrating ODF zones in Ilam turns costly
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
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  • Gold trader held for smuggling
    SURESH YADAV
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  • Subsidized uterine prolapse surgery taking toll on poor women
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
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  • Fake passport cases double
    SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
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  • Woman reported dead in Gulf alive in Nepal
    MAHESH SHRESTHA
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  • Interpol to strengthen Digital Crime Centers to fight cyber crime
    REPUBLICA
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  • US resettles 75,000 refugees from Bhutan
    REPUBLICA
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  • KMC seeks funds for SAARC
    REPUBLICA
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  • Socket bomb found in Rukum
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • TU warns of not releasing budget for constituent colleges
    ROHIT RAI
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  • Incentives for attaining total literacy
    REPUBLICA
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  • Under-construction bridge over Sunkoshi collapses
    MAHESHOWR CHAMLING RAI
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  • Seto Machindranath chariot rolls
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Temporary teachers' continuing protest likely to disrupt academic calendar
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Locals run college entirely through donations
    BARUN PANERU
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  • Rampant deforestation dries up Riyu
    CHANDANI HAMAL
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  • Govt provides Rs 950,000 to school that ran classes in toilet
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Forest officials in Dolakha not transferred for years
    RAMESH KHATIWADA
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  • Tilathi locals living in terror of fire outbreaks
    JEETENRA JHA
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  • Experts working on action plan for biomass energy sustainability
    REPUBLICA
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  • Rickshaw-puller donates Rs 101,200 to village school
    RAMESHWAR KARKI
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  • Even well-educated families reluctant to accept child with Down's syndrome
    ARJUN POUDEL
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  • Kamal Pokhari to get a facelift
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Chepang villages facing acute water shortage
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
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  • Koshi flood victims' plight
    JITENDRA JHA
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  • Gangster Lama in police net
    REPUBLICA
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  • 3 children among 6 killed in jeep accident
    DHURBA DANGAL
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  • NA man held on rape charge
    REPUBLICA
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  • 2 die after being buried under clay mound
    REPUBLICA
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  • Indian held for selling beef
    REPUBLICA
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  • Leopard deaths continue, 6 die in 2 weeks
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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  • School reopening after 30 yrs takes class in toilet room
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Kapilbastu making do with lone fire engine
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
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  • PM orders completion of road expansion before upcoming Saarc meet
    REPUBLICA
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  • Home minister dissatisfied with SSP Kharel's 'publicity stunt'
    MADHU SUDAN GURAGAIN
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  • Ex-Japan envoy with passion to develop Nepal
    RAMESHWAR KARKI
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  • One in five microbus drivers involved in road mishaps
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Govt crackdown leaves street vendors high and dry
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Official suspended for bringing second wife
    MAHESHWOR CHAMLING RAI
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  • Bhadgaonle honored
    REPUBLICA
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  • Laxmi Cares organizes mountain bike rally
    REPUBLICA
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  • Pashupatinath to be tidied up first time in two decades
    REPUBLICA
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  • MoE likely to extend temporary teachers' tenure by 5 more years
    REPUBLICA
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  • He showed how simple can also be sweet
    OM ASTHA RAI
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  • NA trains 303 foreign personnel in 5 years
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Development loans a heavy burden for Kavre municipalities
    MADHU SUDAN GURAGAIN
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  • Conflict-era ammunition recovered in Rolpa
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTI MAGAR
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  • Swin flu claims 3 in 3 months, 30 infected
    ARJUN POUDEL
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  • Elderly to block road for 50 pc discount
    REPUBLICA
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  • Solar-powered lamp posts light up Kaski village
    KESHAV SHARAN LAMICHHANE
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  • Eight get life sentence in Shiva Poudel murder case
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
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  • Govt to relocate Central Jail to Nuwakot
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Gifted Chinese plane to land in April 21
    REPUBLICA
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  • Teenager killed following minor dispute
    REPUBLICA
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  • Sajha Yatayat commuters to get free Wi-Fi on board
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • Ex-Kamaiyas languish in forestland fraught with peril
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
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  • Alarming rise in lightning casualties worries climate scientists
    OM ASTHA RAI
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  • Rautahat fire victims sans shelter
    REPUBLICA
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  • False cure claim drawing hundreds of patients
    BINOD SUBEDI
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  • Local involvement speeds up cancer hospital
    ARJUN OLI
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  • Textbooks worth Rs 20 million loaded
    REPUBLICA
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  • A lotus pond in name only
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • HIV-infected being stigmatized in Rukum
    KAMAL THAPA
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  • Triyuga entrepreneurs resume strike
    MAHESHWOR CHAMLING RAI
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  • Minister promises Melamchi water in less than 2 yrs
    REPUBLICA
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  • Government taskforce identifies 7 areas for relocating hawkers
    REPUBLICA
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  • KUKL to claim compensation from DoR
    ARJUN POUDEL
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  • Immigration dept deports 120 in last 2 yrs
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Textbooks delivering process begins
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Jhapa awaits budget for flood reconstruction
    RAJU ADHIKARI
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  • As fears of losing building maps mount, KMC staff pins all hopes on digitization
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • 16 child workers rescued from Bhaktapur hotels
    REPUBLICA
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  • Two held with rhino horns
    DIL BAHADUR CHHATYA
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  • Victims for TRC taskforce reform
    REPUBLICA
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  • Govt eying migrant worker fund to repatriate domestics
    REPUBLICA
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  • Women ex-PLA struggle for living, social acceptance
    DEVENDRA BASNET
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  • District hospital shut to protest attack on AHW
    REPUBLICA
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  • 32 students appear for essay writing test
    REPUBLICA
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  • Four persons nabbed with 5 quintals of betel nuts
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Traffic police take action against those who try to bribe them
    AMAR KHADKA
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  • 100 more houses gutted in Saptari
    JITENDRA JHA
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  • Urban solar subsidy receives lukewarm response
    OM ASTHA RAI
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  • Community schools not gender-sensitive enough to retain girls
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Policy makers promise to raise voice for people with Down's syndrome
    REPUBLICA
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  • Nepal to highlight gains in tackling wildlife crimes at Interpol conference
    REPUBLICA
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  • Team to find out who poisoned leopards
    SANTOSH POKHREL
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  • Four persons nabbed with 5 quintals of beetle nuts
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Bishal Bazaar pays house rent tax after 13 years
    REPUBLICA
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  • HIV infected children to get allowance
    CHANDANI HAMAL
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  • Catch and release fishing competition held in Begnas
    KESHAV SHARAN LAMICHHANE
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  • Woman battered on witchcraft charge
    KIRAN MAN BAJRACHARYA
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  • Mustang transport operators harass foreign tourists
    SANTOSH POKHREL
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  • Educated people skeptical of govt's health campaigns
    ARJUN POUDEL
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  • More female cancer patients than men
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
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  • Despite unease, people throng to watch equestrian show
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • TU professors warn of tougher protests
    REPUBLICA
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  • Obsessed lover attacks girl with khukuri
    DAMAN RAI
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  • Six of a family die in car crash
    RAM SHARAN PUDASAINI
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    REPUBLICA
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    KAMAL PARIYAR
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    ANJALI SUBEDI
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    DHURBA DANGAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    NEERAJ CHANDRA ROY
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    DHURBA DANGAL
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    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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  • 28 years on, displaced still await justice
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
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    RAMESH KHATIWADA
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    REPUBLICA
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    SURESH YADAV
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    ARJUN POUDEL
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    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    MITHILESH YADAV
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    BINOD SUBEDI
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • KMC's Green Kathmandu plan languishes
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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    BISWOMANI POKHAREL/SIDDHARAJ RAI
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  • 4 leopards found dead in Pokhara in a week
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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    REPUBLICA
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    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
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  • Half of Mahakali flood victims compensated
    REPUBLICA
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  • Winners of investigative reports announced
    REPUBLICA
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  • Fire guts 22 houses in Rupandehi
    REKHA BHUSAL
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  • WHO declares Nepal polio-free
    REPUBLICA
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  • DDC overseer held on charge of trafficking underage girls
    TEK NARAYAN BHATTARAI
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  • With demand up in China, Nepal's red panda in peril
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Young Champs help stem school dropouts in rural Parsa
    NARESH NEWAR
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    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Nepal-China meet on snow leopards
    REPUBLICA
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  • Morang deploys APF to contain illegal mining along rivers
    BINOD SUBEDI
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  • Chinese planes purchase plan challenged
    REPUBLICA
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  • Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh celebrates 36th anniversary
    REPUBLICA
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  • Dahal bereaved of daughter
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • WHO declares Nepal as polio-free
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • Social security allowance worth Rs 1.8 m robbed
    SUMAN MALLA
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  • Ex-PLA fighters feel insurgency was waste of time
    DEVENDRA BASNET
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  • Police to reopen murder case against Sobhraj
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • 26,000 temporary teachers on verge of losing job
    REPUBLICA
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  • Villages face flooding threat due to rampant stone mining
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Aircraft parking at Pokhara Airport woefully inadequate
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • TUTH to launch its blood bank next week
    REPUBLICA
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  • DoR helpless as Mechi highway encroachment goes on
    BENUP BHATTARAI
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  • Govt forms taskforce to manage street vendors
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Bhatbhateni partially pays land and house taxes
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • KMC expects modern bus stands to improve city's reputation
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Families of disappeared struggle for redress
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
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  • Rainfall affects road expansion works
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • JEMC ends 40 years of partnership with Sajha Publication
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Women cooperative helping build homes
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
  •  
  • Man arrested for punishing underage 'thief'
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 362 child workers repatriated from capital
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Jhpiego wins 2014 UN population award
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police fire warning shots as scuffles with SLC examinees leave 3 injured
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • SLC exams prove dream come true for ex-Kamalari
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Collapse of irrigation project turning fertile farms into barren fields
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Top UN official visits Bir, skips Adhikari couple
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Armala locals scared as yet another sinkhole forms
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Citizenship through mothers: Yet another success story
    ANJALI SUBEDI
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  • Traffic police comes up with code of conduct for volunteers
    REPUBLICA
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  • Three held for phone call bypassing
    TEKNARAYAN BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Coca-Cola to support Bagmati clean-up drive
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • More invigilators expelled this year
    REPUBLICA
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  • Car, bike washing event raises fund for elderly
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Birds at Langtang National Park are anybody's guess
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • 450 households forced to live in darkness
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Student pocket money buys computers for remote school
    JANAK KC
  •  
  • 'Textbook crisis likely to be worst in five years'
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Vulture breeding center yields result
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 28 years on, displaced still await justice
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Women cooperative helping build homes
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
  •  
  • 5 die as bus plunges into Trishuli
    RAMESHWAR KARKI
  •  
  • KMC aspires to make metropolis child-friendly by 2019
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Reckless disposal of expired medicines pollutes environment, threatens lives
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • Transport syndicate bars Indian tourists from visiting Muktinath
    SANTOSH POKHAREL/HARI KRISHNA GAUTAM
  •  
  • Group prevents public land fraud attempt
    MAHESWOR CHAMLING RAI
  •  
  • Sewage leaks make life difficult for locals
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • Alpine Gorkha suited for musk deer: Experts
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
  •  
  • Millennia-old earthen utensils found
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Battered textbooks jeer at govt's reuse policy
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Puspalal Highway changing lives in mid-hills
    BISHOWMANI POKHAREL/ GIRIRAJ BASKOTA
  •  
  • Govt's measures to resolve water woes ineffective
    REPUBLICA
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  • German national missing in Annapurna Circuit
    REPUBLICA
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  • Woman rescued from Seti gorge
    KESHAV LAMICHHANE
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  • India police build 'kitchen' on no man's land
    BENUP RAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Wetlands vanishing due to human encroachment, silting
    KIRAN MAN BAJRACHARYA
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  • Laws fail to address caste-based discrimination
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • US Pacific army general call on CoAS Rana
    REPUBLICA
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  • Fans demand int'l cricket stadium
    PRATIBHA RAWAL/SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Two more held in Adhikari murder case
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
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  • Chapagaun, Patan Hospital tense after detainee dies
    REPUBLICA
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  • Stray cattle a big nuisance on Butwal streets
    SHERBAHADUR KC
  •  
  • Driver returns bags left in taxi
    REPUBLICA
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  • Houses demolished
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Sparrows no longer ubiquitous
    REPUBLICA
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  • Beleaguered govt mulls home-grown snake anti-venom
    REPUBLICA
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  • Crusher plants along Indrawati making mockery of govt authority, laws
    DHRUBA DANGAL
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  • Stray cattle stolen from KMC Kanji House
    REPUBLICA
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  • Arrest of mastermind provides leads to high profile heists
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • SLC exams begin today
    REPUBLICA
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  • Mugu deploys 150 staffs to run SLC
    SUMAN MALLA
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  • Another woman thrashed for 'witchcraft'
    SANTOSH SINGH
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  • Proceeds from painting sales to support disabled kids
    REPUBLICA
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  • Open construction sites risky for passersby, gazers
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • Bureaucrats becoming more health conscious than ever
    REPUBLICA
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  • Child injured in IED blast in Jajarkot
    JANAK KC
  •  
  • With no Braille books, blind SLC examinees worry
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
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  • Police to launch crackdown against rising daytime theft
    REPUBLICA
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  • Woman set on fire dies
    MITHILESH YADAV
  •  
  • Government expresses readiness to reduce price hike
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • One dies falling off dozer
    RSS
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  • Government-students unions talks resumes
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • Court slaps Rs 400m fine each to ex-survey officer, accomplices
    MAHESHWOR CHAMLING RAI
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  • Police out to nab lawmaker Sah over Janakpur blast
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Banke youths revive disappearing Mayur dance
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
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  • Hillary medal for Dehradun conservationist
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Vulture's egg finally hatches at CNP breeding center
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
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  • World T20 win sparks flurry on social networks
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • No let up in VAW cases blamed on weak laws
    ANJALI SUBEDI
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  • Diarrheal, respiratory problems major nuisance
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • KMC halts construction of new buildings of Bhatbhateni Supermarket
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Crusher plants defying govt directives
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • UNESCO report paints bleak picture of school education worldwide
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Govt-students petro price talks inconclusive
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Lack of classroom hits 400 KUSOD students
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • National water week launched
    REPUBLICA
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  • PIL filed at SC to stop school fee hike
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Madhes parties undecided on joining govt
    REPUBLICA
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  • Rs 150m invested in Chitwan cow farm
    CHANDNI HAMAL
  •  
  • Illegal trade in turtles rampant in Tarai
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
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  • Death of minors mars festival of colors
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Seven killed in Palpa jeep accident
    RASNA SHARMA
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  • Chepang man opts for vasectomy
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
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  • Lalbojhi residents want to be resettled elsewhere
    DIL BAHADUR CHHATYAL
  •  
  • Stray cattle a big nuisance on Butwal streets
    SHERBAHADUR KC
  •  
  • CPN-Maoist cadres illegally building sheds in Guthi land
    KB RANA
  •  
  • HIV patients on rise in Nuwakot
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
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  • Both fire trucks in Banke break down
    ARJUN OLI
  •  
  • Explosives used for Upper Trisuli's access road affect indigenous community
    NIRAJAN PAUDEL
  •  
  • IEDs continue to imperil human lives in Nepal
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Lalbojhi residents want to be resettled elsewhere
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • CPN-Maoist cadres illegally building sheds in Guthi land
    KB RANA
  •  
  • Despite allegations of misuse, govt aid to kidney patients a boon for poor
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • A run on T20 Cup team jerseys as cricket bug bites
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Vehicles vandalised, torched to protest oil price hike
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Under-reporting of VAW in Tarai
    REPUBLICA
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  • Rautahat villages at risk of flooding
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • KMC sets eyes on mobile apps for better service delivery
    MADHUSUDHAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • 56 candidates in Rupandehi yet to submit poll expense details
    REPUBLICA
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  • Govt not to be lenient with agitating street vendors
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • 2 districts claim to be fully immunized
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Naubhise-Naghdhunga road repair resumes
    RAMESHWOR KARKI
  •  
  • Only 10 pc private school teachers receive respectful salaries
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Smuggling of chicken, poultry products rise in Jhapa
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • Police to prevent brawls at Bisket Jatra with locals' support
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Driving licenses to go electronic in November
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Price hike decision draws flak
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Talks on climate change beind held at NAC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • SC orders continuous hearing on VAW cases
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Call to fix consumers' phone rights
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • State still funds Jung Bahadur's shradda
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • 22 houses destroyed in Parsa fire
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • French national Charles Sobhraj faces another murder Charge
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
  •  
  • Urine, blood test key to healthy kidney
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Unequal divorce laws rendering men helpless
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Angered by state's apathy, landless threaten to take over forestland
    BIKRAM GIRI
  •  
  • Police warn against hooliganism on Holi
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • NEA refuses to pay land, house tax to KMC
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Over 500,000 to appear in SLC exams
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Ilegal trade in human organs thrives
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • CNP gets border security post
    CHANDANI HAMAL
  •  
  • Over 8,000 TU teachers on pen-down strike
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Jealousy may be behind Najrana murder: NWC
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Exhibition to promote family farming
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Children maimed during insurgency still deprived of compensation
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTIMAGAR
  •  
  • Winter over, Dolpa people head homeward
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • People reluctant to use free of cost drugs
    BENUP BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Men knocking at women's commission door for justice
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • PABSON's fee hike proposal draws ire
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • At 2.5 liters a day, police vehicles face acute fuel crunch
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police reportedly using impounded stolen vehicle
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • NA man at helm of UN mission in South Sudan
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Seven youths die in freak road mishap in Dang
    DEVENDRA BASNET
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  • Private hospitals demand govt fund for earthquake resistance plan
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
  •  
  • DPM directs police to intensify campaign against hooliganism
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dissemination of uniform data on violence against media sought
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • We will cooperate with police: NSU
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Infant and maternal mortalities rising in Mugu
    SUMAN MALLA
  •  
  • Boats operating at high risk in Banke
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
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  • Karnali river changes course due to rampant extraction of aggregates
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Pharmacies, including one run by hospital, selling date expired drug
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
  •  
  • Saptari becoming hotbed of violence against women
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Government starts closing crushers in Chure region
    MITHILESH YADAV
  •  
  • 10 Tibetan refugees held, freed
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Over 3,000 people suffer from renal failure each year
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Anti-elephantiasis drive to go on in Kapilvastu
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
  •  
  • Proper study on LGBTI community sought
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Rajesh KC is online editor
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Fire guts 50 huts in Sinamangal
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt caught napping as Kandra River creeps toward E-W highway
    DIL BAHADUR CHANTYAL
  •  
  • Skirmishes ensues at NSU protest
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • TU professors to shut 64 colleges for three days
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Call for separate policies for community radio
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police files charges against Singh
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Scores of houses to be demolished to widen Tansen-Tamghas road
    BISHAL BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Int'l Media and Peace Conference concludes with Lumbini Declaration
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Woman allegedly set on fire by in-laws dies
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Conflict victims, await succor while fakes make hay
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Poor women used as drug peddlers in Baglung
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Melamchi hits rough weather yet again
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • With no drinking water access, locals move to river bank
    MADHUSUDAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • Traffic woes likely to worsen along Naubise-Nagdhunga section
    RAMESHWOR KARKI
  •  
  • Locals for ban on use of excavators
    AMAR KHADKA
  •  
  • Indigo Airbus catches fire at TIA, all on board safe
    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
  •  
  • School built through Korean student's efforts
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Fire guts Kusume Rumal restaurant
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • No end in sight to Kathmandu´s water woes
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Wary of protests by Tibetan refugees, police beef up security in capital
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Women unsafe at their own homes: INSEC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Preparation for Kumbha Mela at final stage
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police rescue 6 Muslim children being trafficked to India
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • TU authority presses ahead with semester system despite protests
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Conflict victims await succor while fakes make hay
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Experts worry over depleting owl numbers
    CHANDANI HAMAL
  •  
  • Women still less equal in citizenship, property rights
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Destitute family offered new home
    BISHAL BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Nepal, India police to step up cooperation to fight cross-border crimes
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Pahalwanpur folks live in terror as Kandra river changes course
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Black dog unleashes terror at Anamnagar
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Australian embassy marks Int'l Women's Day
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Street vendors up in arms against Home Minister Gautam
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • KMC tries ward-level approach to child rights
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Govt suspends registration of new crushers in Chure
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Graveyard skull thefts worry Muslims
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Pandey elected as RCSS Board of Directors
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Amnesty SG urges urgent formation of TRC
    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Govt takes on traffic woes due to VVIP carcades
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Endless wait for wheelchairs hinders mobility of thousands
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • 'Diffusion notice' against suspect in Adhikari murder case
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dalit pair forgives being denied temple wedding
    KESHAV LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • Carrot-and-stick approach to keep VDC free of defecation
    MAHESH KUMAR DAS
  •  
  • Free Wi-Fi for tourists at Hanumandhoka
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Patients airlifted to capital as district hospital runs out of anti-rabies shots
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • 3 glacial lakes in Tibet could deluge parts of central Nepal
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • School principal and UML leader under scanner on fake certificate scandal
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • More govt distributed drugs to be tested for quality
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Student leader among 5 held for illegal possession of weapons
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Traffic problem along Naubise-Nagdhunga persists
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Navadevi Samman for women making difference
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 'Voice of Women' on Saturday
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • DoA's inefficiency in preserving archaeological finds costing country dear
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Lalbojhi tragedy a wake-up call for boat operators in Banke
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
  •  
  • DoR to construct pedestrian bridge at Tinkune
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Govt prepared to run trauma center, says health secy
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Experts urge trekkers not to venture out with guides
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Six Nepali peacekeepers injured in grenade attack in DR Congo
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • PABSON to lobby for public land to build private schools
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt flayed for failure in Chure
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • SC asks authorities to submit progress on Bagmati clean-up
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nepal marks zero poaching year in rhino conservation
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • 5 Nepali peacekeepers injured in Congo
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Six months on, woman still awaits body of dead husband
    LB THAPA
  •  
  • Govt, FUGs at odds over Chure conservation plan
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • 18 displaced families living under rock
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Bagmati sewage treatment plant to get 24-hour power
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Drive to declutter Hanuman Dhoka kicks off
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Kailali boat capsize still haunts onlookers
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Koirala at helm of FNJ Republica chapter
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Prime suspect in Janakpur bomb blast nabbed
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Growing load shedding hits water production
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Judicial Council forwards names for CJ
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Four killed, seven missing as boat capsizes
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Over 600 patients benefit from free eye camp
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Survivor recounts close encounter with death
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • No progress on Nawalpur monorail project
    ANIL BHANDARI
  •  
  • National Cooperatives' Congress in the offing
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Sajha's Jha seeks minister's help for resolving row
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nagarik journo receives death threats
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Education minister to teach in community school
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Nawalpur Hospital providing free treatment to elderly
    KB RANA
  •  
  • Users protest govt 'interference' in community forests
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Unscrupulous orphanage operators abusing children
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Renewed interest in Doleshwar Temple fuels local economy
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Locals discover 900-year old stone spout at Kimdol
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Women left vulnerable as flood-hit men migrate
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Visiting sadhus given formal farewell
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Beni-Jomsom road closed for a month now
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Bridge at risk of collapse due to illegal mining of sand, stones
    SANTOSH SINGH
  •  
  • Weather to get better from Sunday, says met office
    REPUBLICA
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  • 7th Int'l Wheelchair Day marked
    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    SURESH YADAV
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    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    SANGEET SANGROULA
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    UPENDRA YADAV
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    BISHAL BHATTARAI
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  • Rolpa folks turn against district's poor hygiene
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTI MAGAR
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  • Non-Dalit lawmakers vow to back Dalit issues
    REPUBLICA
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  • 16 Indians held for selling spurious honey
    CHANDANI HAMAL
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  • Man arrested for selling spurious liquor
    AJIT TIWARI
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    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Renovated Salle Airport awaits regular flights
    KAMAL THAPA
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    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • Woman behind steering wheel of Sajha bus
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • Naubise-Nagdhunga road repair sluggish
    RAMESHWOR KARKI
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  • Far-west hospitals understaffed
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • DoP mulls hiring private party for passport delivery
    KOSH RAJ KOIRALA
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  • Two Tibetans held with 10 kgs gold
    DHRUBA DANGAL
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  • Dalits warn of protests
    REPUBLICA
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  • Disabled women not as lucky as men in finding partner
    ANJALI SUBEDI
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  • Sadhus throng Pashupatinath for the great night of Shiva
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Police sweep lands spa, massage parlor operators in jail
    KAMAL PARIYAR
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  • With no green pastures left, locals graze cattle in Indian forest
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
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  • China seeks Nepal's role in improving SAARC-China ties
    PURNA BASNET
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  • Naga sadhus form center of attraction
    REPUBLICA
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  • Six Indian nationals nabbed in Biratnagar with loaded pistols
    REPUBLICA
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  • Locals to organize Tokha Festival
    REPUBLICA
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  • 34 children, woman rescued from Aamako Ghar
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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  • Development works in limbo due to contractors' negligence
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
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  • Debt-ridden Sajha publication deep in crisis
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Sadhus selling cannabis despite ban
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Recalled drugs being distributed through health centers
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Over 50 gangsters arrested after Kharel takes charge
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • World leaders urged to join hands for improving women, children's health
    REPUBLICA
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  • Man held for dealing in fake driving licenses
    AMAR KHADKA
  •  
  • Contractors delaying Pushpa Lal Highway project
    GIRIRAJ BANSKOTA
  •  
  • Advanced tools and knowledge making excavation safer, easier
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Sadhus facing toilet woes during Shivaratri
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • TU students vandalize depts, teachers protest semester system
    REPUBLICA
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  • Schools refuse entry to health workers administering elephantiasis drug
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Slight improvement in execution of court verdicts
    NABIN KHATIWADA
  •  
  • To oblige state to provide shelters, Badis hand over money to LDO
    KAMAL THAPA
  •  
  • Child labor on rise in Chitwan
    CHANDANI HAMAL
  •  
  • 'Bed-bars' to prevent Tinau riverbed from sinking further
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • Two-day NA conference ends
    REPUBLICA
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  • CTEVT marks 26th founding anniversary
    REPUBLICA
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  • Three charged with hotelier's murder
    REPUBLICA
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  • PADT trying to draw more tourists from abroad
    REPUBLICA
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  • Only 20% works on Biratnagar-Jogbani railway project completed
    REPUBLICA
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  • Namibian nabbed with huge stash of cocaine
    K P DHUNGANA
  •  
  • PCCP falls flat in President's home district
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • 50 pc textbooks yet to be printed
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • SC denies Dr Sharma's plea for interim order
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt expands essential drugs list, focus shifts to non-communicable diseases
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Petroleum dealers making false insurance claims
    AJIT TIWARI
  •  
  • Manandhar wins Rs 500,000 in Berger scheme
    REPUBLICA
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  • Govt apathy toward road safety putting passengers' lives at risk
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • 8kg gold purchased for Manakamana temple renovation
    NARHARI SAPKOTA
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  • CA vice-chair election schedule
    REPUBLICA
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  • Sans Braille textbooks, blind students struggle head of SLC exams
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Local elections should be held after statute: Pun
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Laborers left without hope in twilight years
    RAMESH KARKI
  •  
  • Entire village affected by elephantiasis
    ARJUN/NIRAJAN
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  • Govt expedites road expansion in the valley
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Crisis deepens for Sajha Publication as staffs go on strike
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Bookstore owner feeds 450 helpless people everyday
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
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  • Abandoned children make Gorkha streets their home
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
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  • Family living in cave for last seven years
    PAVITRA KUMAR SHAHI
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  • Woman flees home to deliver baby girl
    REPUBLICA
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  • Gender minorities to step up protest after cabinet expansion
    REPUBLICA
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  • Kathmanduites reluctant to take medicine!
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dhobikhola clean-up campaign begins
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Jajarkot blast victim dies
    REPUBLICA
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  • CIAA files case against 14 ex-NEA officials
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Involvement of kin, including parents, in trafficking girls on rise
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • KMC fails to collect taxes from financial institutions
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Schoolmaid sacked just for being Dalit
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • BP Highway info to be at travelers' fingertips
    MADHUSUDHAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • 83 Badis share three-room hut in Chainpur ghetto
    JAGAT KHADKA
  •  
  • Bird flu confirmed in two poultry farms
    AMAR KHADKA
  •  
  • CIAA nabs 4 ex-NEA officials
    REPUBLICA
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  • Six injured in a pipe bomb explosion in Jajarkot
    JANAK KC
  •  
  • Japanese aid for prevention of child labor
    REPUBLICA
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  • Relatives shut down Duhabi over girl's elopement
    AMAR KHADAKA
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  • Govt urged to combat uterine prolapse more seriously
    REPUBLICA
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  • Beekeepers rue lack of quality certification, grazing fields
    CHADANI HAMAL
  •  
  • Bittersweet memories are all that freedom fighter cherishes
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • 'Two Nepalis testified against us for money'
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • CNP goes hi-tech for wildlife conservation
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
  •  
  • Secondary students' role in adult literacy mandatory from next session
    REPUBLICA
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  • Sports helping war-disabled cope with depression
    NEERAJ CHANDRA ROY
  •  
  • Locals reluctant to segregate waste
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Iraq prez grants amnesty to three Nepalis
    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Child rights violation on rise in lack of effective monitoring
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Model VDCs in Makwanpur in name only
    RAMSHARAN PUDASAINI
  •  
  • Police nab four persons in connection with Nabil Bank heist
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • No license issued from four zones since a year
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • 10 shopping malls ignore KMC's direction on parking space
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Boy kidnapped by relative rescued
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Compromise on safety standards cause of air crashes in Nepal
    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Wish I'll never report such an incident again: Reporter's diary
    TEKNARAYAN BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Snowfall forces closure of Bajhang schools
    REPUBLICA
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  • Police nab Indian national faking his own abduction
    AMAR KHADKA
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  • Nepalis stage protest against Indian causeway on border
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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  • Video of search and rescue mission of NAC Twin Otter crash victims
    TEK NARAYAN BHATTARAI
  •  
  • No survivor in crash, site located after 20 hrs
    SHER BAHADUR KC/ ARJUN BHUSAL
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  • Crash victim's family in grief
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Kunwar appointed new Attorney General
    REPUBLICA
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  • Incessant rain wreaks havoc on brick kilns, crops
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Devotees pouring in for Maha Shivaratri celebration
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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  • Abandoned children make Gorkha streets their home
    NARHARI SAPKOTA
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  • PWDs to agitate for education, health, employment
    REPUBLICA
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  • Heavy traffic affects road upgradation works
    REPUBLICA
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  • Traffic launches on-the-road crash course on rules, safety
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Social security allowances delayed in Saptari
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Three principals for a community school in Rolpa
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTIMAGAR
  •  
  • CNP celebrates 'Zero Poaching Year'
    RAMESHKUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • DDC increases milk procurement price by Rs 2 per liter
    SUJAN DHUNGANA
  •  
  • Low key event marks Pangolin Day
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Compulsory school education program in doldrums
    REPUBLICA
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  • LGBTs warn of protests if excluded from CA
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Two rapist fathers jailed for 19 years
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • NAC plane goes missing
    KOSH RAJ KOIRALA/ SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Traffic police start road safety class for license seekers
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Minor killed in fire, property worth over Rs 20m gutted
    SUMAN MALLA
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  • Continuous snowfall cripples life in hills
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Literacy program gathers steam as deadline to meet target looms
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Hundreds of HIV patients suffer as CD4 machine breaks down
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • Dullo VDC reclaims its lost glory
    GOVINDA KC
  •  
  • Blacktopping of inner roads sluggish
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • PWDs end hunger strike after govt assurance
    REPUBLICA
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  • Heavy snowfall brings life across western hills to grinding halt
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Vulture population on decline
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
  •  
  • UK aid for quake preparedness
    REPUBLICA
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  • Jajarkot schools sans eligible principals
    JANAK KC
  •  
  • DFO plans to give nomadic Rautes a forest of their own
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • EU EOM-N seeks statutory safeguard for PR seats
    REPUBLICA
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  • Spurned lover throws acid on girl
    REPUBLICA
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  • Kicking the ball for social change
    NARESH NEWAR
  •  
  • 7 children missing from Lalitpur orphanage, CIB detains operator
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Women shy of seeking treatment for uterine prolapse
    BISHAL BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Heavy rainfall recorded across the country
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dean Srivastav and acting director Lohani assume office
    REPUBLICA
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  • SSP Kharel to enforce intelligence-led policing
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Raniban to be developed into biodiversity park
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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  • Herbs worth millions rot at godown
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • Speaking language of love, the rose way
    SUJAN DHUNGANA
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  • Thulapokhari students piggyback teacher to school
    ARJUN BHUSAL
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  • Child dies, 7 others ill after eating dead bird
    BIRA GADAL
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  • Maoist cadres arrested for kidnapping school promoter
    REPUBLICA
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  • ACAP deploys locals to curb poaching, smuggling
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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  • US-Aussie couple ties knot the Tamang way
    BHANUBHAKTA NIRAULA
  •  
  • RP Srivastav new dean at IoM
    REPUBLICA
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  • New wild cat species found in ACAP area
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • India unilaterally resumes construction of controversial causeway on border
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Far Western University officials resign en-masse
    REPUBLICA
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  • TU mulls medical insurance for students
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Locals excluded by Kavre water project up in arms
    MADHUSUDHAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • Construction of alternative bridge on Koshi delayed
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • Cop's last rites performed, seven years after abduction
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • US envoy meets civil society over gender issues
    REPUBLICA
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  • Suffering mounts as docs shun services
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Animals confined to small enclosures as open zoo initiative lingers
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Animals not on conservation priority falling prey to poachers
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Unplanned highway repair draws commuters' ire
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Temple´s waste posing risks to public health
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Semester system gets nod from students unions
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police signals wider use of polygraph tests
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Chepang hostel in Makwanpur hit by resource crunch
    RAMSHARAN PUDASAINI
  •  
  • American road show concludes in Janakpur
    REPUBLICA
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  • 115 modified motorcycles fined
    REPUBLICA
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  • Rautahat check posts turn into haven for smugglers
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Tradition, poor health care access abetting maternal, child mortality
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
  •  
  • Nagdhunga-Naubise road closed to night traffic for fortnight
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Bar in wait and see mood on Regmi´s possible return to SC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Docs to tender mass resignation to Koirala today
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Passage clearance expedited for Kaligandaki corridor
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Garuda emerging as a hub for farm equipment
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Health post produces biogas from placentas
    CHADANI HAMAL
  •  
  • 'Fire bikes' to be pushed into action in Kathmandu
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • 4 children being trafficked to India rescued
    MADAN THAKUR
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  • Appoint dean IoM dean today: Regmi to TU
    REPUBLICA
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  • Kamlari documentary finalist at NY Film Festival
    REPUBLICA
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  • Red panda could soon be spotted in zoo
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Man kills friend in drunken brawl
    BENUP BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Nagdhunga-Naubise road to be closed from 8 pm to 4 am for repair
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Monk killed by maid: Police
    REPUBLICA
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  • Bharatpur blood bank to give online information of blood supply
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
  •  
  • The cost of relying on diesel
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Ex-kamalri struggles to manage college fee
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Donations pledged at Mahayajnas remain long overdue
    HARIKRISHNA GAUTAM
  •  
  • Emu pair hatches seven more chicks
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Dr KC back on hunger strike
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Pedal power promoting public awareness
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Norvic holds conference on waste management
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Fate of temporary teachers hangs in balance
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Dr KC to resume hunger strike
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Gender minorities to stage protests for CA seat
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Fire Brigade seeks permission to run ambulance service
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Chitwan squatters won't vote if poll-time promises not fulfilled
    CHADANI HAMAL
  •  
  • Patient dies as ambulance driver refuses to take him to hospital
    AJIT TIWARI
  •  
  • Nepal-India joint military exercise in Rupandehi
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • SC stays removal of Janaki Temple Mahanta
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 50th anniversary of acceding to Geneva Conventions marked
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Guerrilla trekking, development stirrings in Rolpa
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL/ HIRA BAHADUR GHARTI
  •  
  • 14 killed in Palpa bus mishap
    TEK NARAYAN BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Workshop aims at making medicine, engineering more useful
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • A tale of six duped in Tanzania
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • WWF project for Churia range conservation
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Two held on abduction charge
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • First seismic survey in Chure region begins
    SUBODH GAUTAM
  •  
  • Chakre Milan brother arrested anew, for extortion
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Unauthorized structures pose threat to aviation safety
    CHANDNI HAMAL
  •  
  • Fire guts property worth Rs 10m
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Tinau river surface subsides by 15 meters
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • High dropout rate leaves schools deserted
    KESHAVSARAN LAMICHANE
  •  
  • US army general meets acting CoAS Pande
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • How political vacuum undermines right to information
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • RTI Center is there to help you
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Manhari locals awaiting resettlement for years
    RAMSHARAN PUDASAINI
  •  
  • Another company starts Pokhara-Delhi bus service
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Disabled people launch fast for place in CA
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police launches special plan to check drugs related crimes
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Manhari locals awaiting resettlement for years
    RAMSHARAN PUDASAINI
  •  
  • Marginalized groups to mount pressure for representation in CA
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Cancer myths hold ground in Nepal
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
  •  
  • Sand extraction continues in Trishuli despite ban
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • TU tasks committee with recommending names for IoM dean
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Another wasted year for farmers in Gularia
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Messy road expansion leaves public ill at ease
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Unable to pay fee, Dalit patient stuck in hospital
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • KMC revives efforts to restore Rani Pokhari
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Langtang locals out to save snow leopard
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Conflict victims feel completely neglected by govt
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Nepal Police to deploy SSPs at Regional Headquarters
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • DoR told to finish road repair by mid-April
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Installation of shallow tube wells falls by wayside
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • Couple remain outcast two decade after inter-caste marriage
    REKHA BHUSAL
  •  
  • Minister seeks written reply from TU on dean appointment
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Pawan Chamling challenged by Gole
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Manpower crunch at Bir hits patients
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Bio-diversity strategy to focus on climate change issues
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • DoI rues lack of teeth to protect IP rights
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Upper Tamakoshi without chief for a year now
    RAMESH KHATIWADA
  •  
  • Authorities yet to work on bridges on widened roads
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nepal's health sector more earthquake-ready
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 6 years after demolition, Prithivi Narayan Shah's statute reinstated in Gorkha
    NARHARI SAPKOTA
  •  
  • 5 years jail term slapped to absconding members of Kirati outfit
    DAMAN RAI
  •  
  • Govt staffers enjoying dual benefits under scanner
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Begun 28 years back, Kotwada airport yet to be completed
    RUDRA KHADKA/PABITRA SAHI
  •  
  • HSEB Joint Secy Barakoti caught red-handed for accepting bribe
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Buffer zone folk struggle for compensation
    RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
  •  
  • Poison fishing takes heavy toll on birds
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • New twist in Krishna Adhikari murder case
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Border points in Saptari being used to smuggle drugs
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Chepang Museum in sorry shape
    RAMSHARAN PUDASAINI
  •  
  • Humla eagerly awaits road to prosperity
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Cops, locals developing Narayanchaur as park
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • PWDs to stage hunger strike for CA representation
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Minor boy raped
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Campaign for timely statute
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Bhushal ends protest
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
  •  
  • Okhaldhunga bus accident toll reaches 10
    MAHESHWOR CHAMLING RAI
  •  
  • Climate change pushes Himalayan honey bees to higher altitudes
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Sex workers denounce raids, call on govt to regulate the sector
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Former CJ Upadhyaya made legal history
    NABIN KHATIWADA
  •  
  • Govt mulls extending anti-filariasis drive in low coverage areas
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police seize 3,120 kgs of betel nuts from Saptari
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • NBC to be enforced in 12 more urbanizing villages
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Tamangs celebrate Lhochhar to assert identity
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 4 held for smuggling betel nut
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Rolpa police seek to recoup lost public trust
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • UK Minister Duncan visiting Monday
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • CoAS Rana calls on Maldives President
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • HIV patients suffering for months since CD 4 machine broke down
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Chinese microblogging site helps promote Nepal
    PURNA BASNET
  •  
  • Indian envoy lays foundation for library
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • NA peacekeepers building airstrip in DR Congo
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Most multiplexes not paying entertainment tax to KMC
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Sense of alienation forcing residents to abandon remote village
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • No let up in betel nuts smuggling in Jhapa
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Authorities yet to work on bridges on widened road
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dharan locals up in arms against unruly monkeys
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • FPCR urge consumers to be alert
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • As new structures increasingly comply with codes, concern shifts to older buildings
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Medical centers urge govt to set up own biometric system
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Local body, NGO jointly fund needy children's education
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • Ethnic groups compete to grab forestland in Belbari
    AMAR KHADKA
  •  
  • A house for Mr Chepang
    RAMSHARAN PUDASAINI
  •  
  • Tusker terror forces villagers to keep vigil in frigid nights
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Over 4 thousand compensation requests of conflict victims gather dust
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • In a first, NA peacekeepers to dispose explosives under UN mission
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • TU officials, student unions agree to hold FSU poll by mid-April
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Ex-CJ Upadhyay stable but still critical
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Major renovation afoot at Bauddhanath after 20 years
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Pre-Buddha monuments, relics unearthed in Tilaurakot
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
  •  
  • Govt's earthquake risks mitigation efforts proving ineffective
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Pokhara-Baglung highway to get facelift
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • NA blue helmets numbers cross 100,000
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Education sector under CIAA scanner
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Over 500 teachers penalized for not submitting property details
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Parking violations fills KMC's coffer with Rs 1.2m in a month
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Govt to start monitoring pesticide residue level in two months
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Archeologists urge LDT to shelve bus park project at Tilaurakot
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
  •  
  • Patients' suffering compelled me to cut short hunger strike: Dr KC
    DR GOVINDA KC
  •  
  • Officials misusing government funds
    BISHAL BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Children Park turns into grazing ground in Rautahat
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Through thick and thin, Thawang remains united
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Despite shrinking habitat, winter birds continue to grow
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Semester system yet to get nod from varsity stakeholders
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Six people rescued at Bardia check post
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Police, betel nut smugglers clash in Mahottari
    MAHESH KUMAR DAS
  •  
  • Ansari remanded to 10 days of custody as he pleads guilty in fake IC deals
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • ISTU calls off school shutdown
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Six Nepalis await deportation in Tanzania
    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Bharatpur hospital's land misused
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Zeromile-Bariyarpur road in sorry state
    MITHILESH YADAV
  •  
  • Conflict brewing over shrinking water resources
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Simikot-Hisla road a priority for Humla locals
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Power cut throws cold water on Bagmati clean-up plan
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Recounting of Dhimal population in progress
    RAMESH CHHETRI
  •  
  • Ansari arrested again with fake IC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Swami's CD launched
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Achham parties for reopening Sanphebagar airport
    RAM BAHADUR KUWAR
  •  
  • A decade after its formation, Rolpa college still lacks building
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTI MAGAR
  •  
  • Bhusal shaves hair to oppose apathetic state
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • NA peacekeepers doing great but fear downsizing
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Woman forced to consume feces on charge of witchcraft
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Construction of postal highway in limbo
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • Six months on, Jumla hailstorm victims still await compensation
    DB BUDHA
  •  
  • Wildlife parts smuggling rife in far west
    BARUN PANERU/PREM CHUNARA
  •  
  • Dr KC ends 14-day fast, says sorry to patients
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Villages without men
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • Schools in Chitwan closed indefinitely
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Relief eludes conflict victims
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • KMC's weeklong Martyrs' Day celebration begins
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dr KC's health condition stable
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt's millions wasted on forest seminars
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Patients suffer as doctors continue strike
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • DFID draws ESP curtain
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Baglung-Pokhara road to be upgraded
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Farmers anxious as foot-and-mouth disease spreads across Ilam
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Ex-migrant workers shudder at thought of Gulf predators
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • PU staffers reject communication and fuel allowances
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Education still a distant dream for ex- Kamlaris
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Lhasa to gift 100 solar lamps to KMC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • TU executive council expels Dean Sharma
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • 15 minors raped in Siraha in 2013: INSEC
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • BPKIHS docs resume outpatient services under open sky
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • Baglung-Pokhara road to be upgraded
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Under pressure, contractor vows to resume Madi bridge construction
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTIMAGAR
  •  
  • Govt begins preparations for Kumbha Mela
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Ex-govt official held on forgery charge
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Palpa set to leave capital behind with highest literacy
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Maternity Hospital struggles to cope with huge in-flow of patients
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Decision in writing, no hollow assurance: Dr KC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • More than half of Bharatpur hospital's land occupied by other medical institutions
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Job loss haunts cremation attendants as electric crematorium nears completion
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Smuggling of chemical fertilizers rampant at border
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
  •  
  • NMA refuses to relent despite SC verdict
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Customs head thrashed in front of cops in Siraha
    SANTOSH SINGH
  •  
  • Govt asks private schools to revoke SLC send-up exams
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • SC orders resumption of medical services at once
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Migratory cranes winter in Nepal now
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Tharus relive King Dangisharan's wedding
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Amid criticism, Mid-Western University to hold senate in capital
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Disabled seek representation in CA
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Up infra investment, Indian PM tells Nepal
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • New sugar opens in Sarlahi
    SANTOSH SINGH
  •  
  • Three killed in Humla fire
    JANAK BAHADUR SAHI
  •  
  • No leaders turn up to pay tribute to Madhes movement martyrs in Janakpur
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • No change of party leadership: Dahal
    AJIT TIWARI
  •  
  • 'Slow progress of development projects affecting capital expenditure'
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Medicos' strike leaves patients high and dry
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Tharus relive King Dangisharan´s wedding
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Talks on dean appointment row inconclusive
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Forest chief held for illegal felling of trees
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Mustang witnesses the biggest snowfall in decade
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • 6 months on, hailstorm victims in Jumla yet to be compensated
    DB BUDHA
  •  
  • Prashuti Griha warned over improper disposal of medical waste
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • First winter rainfall across country; heavy snowfall in northern hilly belt
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Heavy snowfalls hit western hills
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • NC leader Maharjan shot at, injured
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • TUTH docs shun even emergency, force patients out
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Well-known traders involved in betel nut smuggling
    AJIT TIWARI/RAJU ADHIKARI
  •  
  • Rag pickers toil in unhygienic condition as authorities turn blind eye
    NIRJANA SHARMA/DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Bara's new court building develops cracks
    UPENDRA YADAV
  •  
  • Cardamom farming getting popular from Khotang farmers
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Eight die in separate road accidents
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Gold smugglers use complex network to dodge authorities
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • New mothers in Jumla deprived of travel allowance
    RUDRA KHADKA/DB BUDHA
  •  
  • Underground water pipelines damaging road, causing accidents in Butwal
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • Locals suffer as Bheri bridge remains incomplete
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Gorakhnath Temple renovation halted
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • After snowfall, Jomsom looks even more scenic
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • NMA threatens to shut hospitals across country
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Govt-run health centers in Ilam in sorry state
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Police strain under shortage of trained dog handlers
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Govt to study feasibility of autonomy to IoM, IoE
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Dry winter linked to climate change
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Kamlari tradition abolished, but slavery continues
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Govt mulls task force to address Dr KC's demands
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • CIAA seeks clarification from Sarlahi DEO over 178 bogus schools
    SANTOSH SINGH
  •  
  • Secy's role in textbook supply to Karnali questioned
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Calls for preserving Tharu language, culture
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Practice of child marriage crumbling in the face of rising awareness
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • People flock to Nuwakot to watch bullfighting
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Tharus celebrate Maghi with gusto
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Ex-Kumaris to get Rs 10,000 monthly allowance
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Building code limited to papers in Biratnagar
    BINOD SUBEDI
  •  
  • Sustainable use is key to meet biomass demand, say experts
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Illegal extraction of sand weakens bridges
    UTTAM OJHA
  •  
  • IoM not to grant new affiliations this year
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Man kills self, spouse over suspected affairs
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police nab Goit's key aide
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Hetauda Municipality's ambitious facelift plan gathers dust
    RAMSHARAN PUDASAINI
  •  
  • TIA domestic terminal turns into Hollywood set for 'Everest'
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Semester system premature for now, say experts
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Girl suffocates in charcoal smoke in capital
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Karnali Highway still unfinished business 7 yrs on
    RUDRA KHADKA
  •  
  • Private health institutions at Gamgadi run sans medical practitioners
    SUMAN MALLA
  •  
  • KMC to focus on disaster risks reduction
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Sajha-JEMC row may deprive Karnali students of textbooks
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Couple locks up daughter in own room for years
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • Pass anti-witchcraft bill from first CA meet: Women
    MITHILESH YADAV
  •  
  • Lineage of aristocracy struggling to make ends meet
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Police bust gang involved in China-India gold smuggling via Nepal
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • No seat for Dalit students in Dailekh school
    GOVINDA KC
  •  
  • Dr KC refuses to break hunger strike despite deteriorating health
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Dixit re-elected CIJ chair
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Earthquake vulnerability up: Report
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • US cop arrested with seven rounds of bullets, magazine
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Who can beat emu when it comes to ideal hubby
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • UML to hold general convention on April 22
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Medical centers protest Malaysian biometric health screening
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Grilled by journos on betel nut scam, CIAA chief loses his cool
    AJIT TIWARI
  •  
  • Nepal in '52 Places to Go in 2014' list
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Growing cornea donors a boon for the blind
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Conduct geophysical survey in Armala immediately: experts tell govt
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • DLA asks SC to put petition on hold
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Slowing traffic prompts focus on bridge construction
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dr KC on fast-unto-death against appointment of new dean at IoM
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Biratnagar airport upgrade in a limbo
    BINOD SUBEDI
  •  
  • Slow pace of bridge construction adds to Rolpa folks woes
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTI MAGAR
  •  
  • Blind students do without Braille teachers
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • No new leads in Nabil bank heist: Police
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Tourism police to watch over Langtang area
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Disabled people halt construction of disabled-friendly road
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Non-renewal of hotel operation guidelines hampers revenue collection at Langtang
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Police to keep watch on Mechi highway
    BENUP BHATTARAI
  •  
  • High-rises not to be allowed near Janaki Temple
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Woman loses baby, ovary due to doctors' 'negligence'
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Heavy snowfall cripples life in hills
    BARUN PANERU, SUMAN MALLA
  •  
  • Tour held to raise awareness about earthquake vulnerability
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Unhappy with their shrunken size, Dailts demand more seats
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • APF disaster awareness to focus on students
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Winter water bird count begins
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Prithvi Narayan Shah remembered
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nationwide water-bird count begins today
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Nepal Police to use lie detectors for better policing
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt to boost President's Chure Conservation Program
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • KMC to reconstruct historical buildings in Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • 3 bird species disappear from Chitwan
    CHADANI HAMAL
  •  
  • NEA gives away CFL bulbs to cut power use
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Baglung gears up for urban infrastructure overhaul
    NIRJANA SHARMA/DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Crisis Call allowing police to respond quickly
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Online live enrollment for MRPs
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Regmi's assurance leaves PWDs with hope
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Eye Bank to pay homage to cornea donors
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • CIAA to probe PDA delay on Arun III
    SIDDHARAJ RAI
  •  
  • Govt to deploy 850 NA peacekeepers in South Sudan
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Wife sold into prostitution tells her story
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • 8 held over attack on Nagarik editor
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Birthing antiseptic wins USAID innovation prize
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Kali Khola changed course by 45 meters in 10 years
    SANTOSH POKHAREL/KESHAV LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • Nepal to attend int'l carpet fair in Germany
    RSS
  •  
  • Patients suffer as doctor posts remain unfilled
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Conference on business ethics in the offing
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • TIA refuses to remove hoardings
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • 28 dalit families in Dailekh on verge of displacement
    GOVINDA KC
  •  
  • Frigid weather forces closure of 500 schools in Rautahat
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Police close in on Nagarik editor's assailants
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • EDCD to set up quarantine check post at TIA
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • SC stays import of GMO seeds
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • PWDs baton-charged for trying to enter Singha Durbar
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Commission undertakes investigation
    RSS
  •  
  • NPC's joint secretary Bhattarai dies of swine flu
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Locals edgy after CNP quietly transfers notorious tiger to BNP
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Women will keep fighting for their rights, say activists
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Aid available but out of reach for visually impaired
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Schools reduced to family business in Sarlahi
    SANTOSH SINGH
  •  
  • Man 'murdered' by spouse and her young lover
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 3 Nepalis left in lurch in China city
    PURNA BASNET
  •  
  • Illegal arms trader nabbed
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Three involved in Adhikari murder: Police
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Govt unveils plans for National Earthquake Safety Day
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Sikhs observe Guru Govind Singh's birthday
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Driven by poverty, 4 Nepali youths reach Goa only to perish under rubbles
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Waste pickers role in disposing non-biodegradable garbage goes unappreciated
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Middle Bhotekoshi Project says land acquisitions 70% complete
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • No CA seat this time for disabled?
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Six-lane highway getting final touches
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Locals join hands in red pandas conservation in Rasuwa
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Land ownership transfer suspended in Argakhanchi
    ARJUN BHUSAL
  •  
  • Aryal announces sweeping reforms in police
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Foggy weather causing road accidents in Tarai
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Nepal Pharma Expo from Feb 28
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Pharmaceutical companies cry foul over govt apathy
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Street urchin aspires to become entrepreneur
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Madi folks live under constant threat of wild animals
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Frequent transfers of officials affect development projects
    KESHAV LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • Govt does away with home centers to keep exams fair
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Tying home loans with compliance will boost adherence to building code: Experts
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Rampant excavation of stone resume in Chure conservation area
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Hard choices await govt funded schools: perform or face merger
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Dhegani case inspires women to work together
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • A year that saw nationwide tiger count
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Govt gears up to bridge digital divide among students
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Uterine prolapsis patients in Gorkha still unaware of free treatment
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • PADT flouts UNESCO warning over new building
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Farmlands turn barren as workers leave for greener pastures
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • PR berth for murder accused leaves victim's family dejected
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Rasuwa folks enjoy uninterrupted power supply
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Bagmati cleaning volunteers vow to mount more vigorous campaign
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Temporary license for private hospitals to end
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Monthly musical program to promote Pashupatinath
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Crushers using heavy equipment to extract sand and stone from rivers
    AJIT TIWARI
  •  
  • Police probing compensation fund misuse
    GIRIRAJ BANSKOTA
  •  
  • Once a debilitating scourge, polio on the verge of being stamped out
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Timber smugglers active as BNP opens for Khar Khadai
    NIRMAL GHIMIRE
  •  
  • In a shift, NGO fighting abortion of female fetus focuses on fathers
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Temporary teachers continue hunger strike
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Five shops gutted in Bhadrapur fire
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nepal to match tiger data with India
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Ansari's partners in crime 'killed him to settle old scores'
    UPENDRA YADAV
  •  
  • Authorities 'legalizing' illegally hoarded aggregate
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • Rs 8000 pay enough to keep women migrant workers at home: UN study
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Saptari teachers still don't spare the rod
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Monastery sans students pockets grant for community school
    MADHUSUDHAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • Remote village thrives on red panda research
    BENUP BHATTARAI
  •  
  • KMC devoid of plans for managing Basantapur Durbar Square
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Two Indian shooters gun down man in Bara
    UPENDRA YADAV
  •  
  • Eight killed as bus plunges into Sharada river
    KAMAL THAPA, DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Public vehicles hold key to better transport management in capital
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Janakpur railway remains closed for over two weeks
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Nepali women's protracted battle for equality rages on
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Stakeholders planning endgame for polio
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Development projects suffer as municipal officers change like weather
    KESHAV LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • Lumanti rekindles low income families hopes of owning home
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Blind teacher shows path to independence
    KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA
  •  
  • Janakpur ambulances remain sub-standard
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Eight die of cold in Saptari
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Drug peddlers deliver 'consignments' at clients' doorsteps
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Malnutrition can derail overall development, say experts
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police detains 3 protestors
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
  •  
  • Gurung community celebrates Horse Year
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Motor Rally 2014 to promote literacy
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt set to file case against six jewelry outlets
    SUJAN DHUNGANA
  •  
  • For kamalaris, the battle for justice is far from over
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • EWC Nepal Chapter condoles over the demise of conservationist Vaidya
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Court asks EC to settle RPP-N row
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Losers more profligate in poll expenses
    DHRUBA SUBEDI
  •  
  • Encroachment of public land rampant in Arghakhanchi
    ARJUN BHUSAL
  •  
  • Children protection fund extended to 40 VDCs
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • Om hospital says ´No´ to sex selective abortion
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • 7,000 women farmers trained
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Students stage sit in at Khanal´s residence in Adhikari murder case
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • GMO seed hasn´t entered Nepal: MoAD
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • VDC secy faces corruption charge
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Basundhara Rokaya: Grocer to lawmaker
    KRISHNA OLI
  •  
  • Old buspark in dark as electricity bills go
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Authorities turning blind eyes to illegal excavation of stone for aggragates
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • Dense fog adds to chill
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Local's aversion to farming fueling food crisis in Karnali
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • NA beefs up security at CNP to check rhino poaching
    CHADANI HAMAL
  •  
  • Father and son killed in fire
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Book on urban development launched
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Son beats his mother to death
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
  •  
  • KUKL to increase fine on delayed tariff
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • KMC's free parking makes a shaky start
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Squatters pin their hopes on newly elected representatives
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Cage worth Rs 3.5m to raise family of red panda
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Locals suffer as contractors delay bridges construction
    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTIMAGAR
  •  
  • One dies of cold in Mahottari
    MAHESH KUMAR DAS
  •  
  • Chhaupadi shifts to home from shed
    RSS
  •  
  • Nepal maintains low greenhouse emission
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • 4 minors among 5 held for repeated rape of 13-yr-old
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • Tarai fog worsens cold weather woes
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Woman strangled by brother-in-law in the capital
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Dense fog disrupts flights
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Faulty data dims prospect of Haliya rehabilitation
    BIKRAM GIRI
  •  
  • CNP reluctant to transfer rhinos to 'safe' Bardia National Park
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Most of NEA offices out of the capital are understaffed
    SHER BAHADUR KC
  •  
  • VDCs lose income sans elected representatives
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • College that counts country's luminaries among alumni in derelict state
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Members of Badi community celebrate Christmas
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Local leaders feel left behind in lack of elections
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • For a change, only policewomen to guard Myanglung
    MANOJ LIMBU
  •  
  • Two Italian tourists also found dead in hotel
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Govt provides land for trauma center in Dhulikhel
    MADHUSUDHAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • Swiss celebrates X-mas distributing sanitation kits
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nepalis in Korea send money for education of Dr Wagle's children
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Bogus community schools mushroom in Dhanusha
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Girl attacked with acid in Kailali
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Cases of carbon monooxide poisoning on rise
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Students come to school to pass time
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Assumption church priest recalls explosion, prays for peace
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Untiring son of Bagmati finally rests in peace
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Women leaders find rising through party ranks tougher
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Gold trader shot dead in Morang
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • One held for human trafficking
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Compensation row snags Tinkune park construction
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • How Monsanto brings failed crops, farm debt, distress
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • All 41 lakes in Ilam are drying up fast
    BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Missing son returns home after 26 years
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Road construction chokes Valley traffic
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Former wife of top cop arrested for fraud
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • KMC warns hospitals against reckless waste disposal
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Social stigma haunts family of rape victims
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • VDCs lose income sans elected representatives
    DILIP PAUDEL
  •  
  • District leaders want local polls by mid-May
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Malariya outbreak in Dadeldhura
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • DoE orders private schools to cancel send-up exams
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Birgunj customs misses revenue target
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • Rara Lake teeters on the brink, thanks to rampant deforestation
    SUMAN MALLA
  •  
  • Shuklaphanta displaced victims still await proper compensation
    BIKRAM GIRI
  •  
  • Zoo organizes competition among schoolchildren on red panda
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Fledgling MWU struggles due to TU´s rivalry in Mid-Western Region
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Tracing an elusive cat
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Doramba reclaims its lost glory with home stays
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • Govt starts land acquisition for Mechi-Mahakali railway project
    SANTOSH SINGH
  •  
  • Gharials released into rivers face survival threat
    RAMESH KUMAR PUDASAINI
  •  
  • Student leaders divided over semester system in central departments
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Biratnagar Jute Mill resumes production
    AJIT TIWARI
  •  
  • Biratnagar at 100 but development in limbo
    AJIT TIWARI
  •  
  • Poison fishing puts river ecosystem under threat
    ANIL BHANDARI
  •  
  • No bird flu case detected in last 3 months
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Squatters don't see benefits of moving into Govt apartments in Ichangunarayan
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Depression leading to rise in suicide cases
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
  •  
  • Police seize hardwood worth Rs. 94,000
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt decision to upgrade 72 villages in limbo
    BENUP BHATTARAI
  •  
  • KMC to promote rooftop farming
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Red panda at Central Zoo to get a partner
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Encroachment of rivers blamed for Armala sinkholes
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Platform truck operators on warpath
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Freed Kamlaris find laborer jobs lucrative
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • Snow loss rate at Everest less than in Alps: Study
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Sub-regional hospital in sorry state
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • Locals cry foul over CNP decision
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Activists rue poor presence of women in CA
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nepal begins monitoring God's pets
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Parents of blast victim worry about their child's future
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Visually impaired make living weaving Pashmina shawls
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Facebook helps ex-minister find long lost brother
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Doramba folk overcome scars of war
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • Police seize 4 kgs of gold from bus driver
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • JEMC demands loan worth Rs 500 for printing textbooks
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • East-west highway riddled with potholes, ditches
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • MoGA seeks details of emigrated civil servants
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Gay rights activists fear ripple effect of Indian, Australian courts' verdict
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Kakarvitta finally gets tourist police
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • Mystery disease kills over 1,200 goats in Saptari
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Govt starts comprehensive study of Armala sink holes
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • 14 police circle offices to settle semi-judicial cases
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Hospital cheating mothers of govt allowance
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • DoE seals 12 dying shops operating along river banks
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Over 15,000 visually impaired to get free cataract surgery
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Nepal to be declared polio-free
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Medicinal herbs worth millions smuggled to India annually
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • Govt at loss how to propitiate Dolakha deity
    RAMESH KHATIWADA
  •  
  • Govt launches new initiative for climate change adaptation
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Gas leak may have killed Chinese tourists
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Tiwari murder case solved: Police
    RITESH TRIPATHI
  •  
  • A boy kidnapped five days ago freed after paying ransom
    MAHESH KUMAR DAS
  •  
  • NEWAH awarded
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Bir Hospital to replace outdated equipment
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • No specialists in zonal hospitals in Dhangadhi
    DIL BAHADUR CHANTYAL
  •  
  • CIAA warns govt over delayed textbooks
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • ISOC-Nepal holds AGM
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Jajarkot locals prioritize development over statute
    JANAK KC
  •  
  • Dozer, crew stuck in Arun River rescued
    SIDDARAJ RAI
  •  
  • Raute woman turns savior for her tribe
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • Is 'Dhurbe' back again? Locals sure, experts not
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • 4 held on kidnapping charge
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Govt continues to turn a blind eye to Ghurmi
    MAHESHWORE CHAMLING RAI
  •  
  • SLC exam schedule sparks concerns about performance
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Rs 820m Chinese aid for Nepal Army
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • KU develops multipurpose stove for rural areas
    MADHUSUDHAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • Ilam locals start commercial farming of Lauth Salla
    BENUP RAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Bajura hospital without doctors for a week
    KRISHNA OLI
  •  
  • Birendrangar Multiple Campus now under Mid-Western University
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Experts say no rain for four more days
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Along with Chaudhary, two more inmates had planned prison break
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Chinese artistes win Nepali hearts
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Indo-Nepal cancer symposium held in capital
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 297 children killed in various accidents between Jan-Nov
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • In Nepal, radios go beyond conventional purpose
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Human negligence blamed for dengue spread in Chitwan
    CHADANI HAMAL
  •  
  • KUKL to renovate water reservoirs
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • 13 houses destroyed in yet another tusker attack in Rautahat
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Construction of Republic Tower hangs in limbo
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • 22 unruly taxi drivers booked in two days
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Wait for Rs 1,000 lands jail-breaker in police net
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Man suspected behind wife's murder
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Two held with tiger bones, skin
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • YSESEF training for women leaders
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Disabled cobbler rises from rags to riches
    KISAN SANGEET NEPALI
  •  
  • Rowa to be first Chhaupadi-free VDC in Mugu
    SUMAN MALLA
  •  
  • 8 months into new session, schools in Bajura don´t have enough textbooks
    KRISHNA OLI
  •  
  • Finish the tasks on time or face the music: CIAA
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Poor infrastructure puts off disabled job seekers
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Information leakage, security lapses to blame for bank heists
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • All health posts in Baitadi to have PMTCT service soon
    BIRA GADAL
  •  
  • Day after killing two persons, wild tuskers storm the village again
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Petition seeking information on new FNJ members
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Rs 20m Indian aid for school
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Maoists thank voters, shun victory certificates
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
  •  
  • After CA polls, people want local elections
    BENUP RAJ BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Two women assaulted for alleged witchcraft
    RAMESHWOR KARKI
  •  
  • Dhangadi airport gets new building after 50 years
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Red panda habitat identification survey starts in Panchthar
    GIRIRAJ BASKOTA
  •  
  • Locals construct a builidng for public school
    KESHAV SHARAN LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • First disabled-friendly stretch by mid-January
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Form hospital waste monitoring taskforce immediately: CIAA
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Disabled cobbler rises from rags to riches
    KISAN SANGEET NEPALI
  •  
  • Rehabilitation of rescued children is important: UNCRC
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Inmate escapes from central jail
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Tuskers kill two more people in Rautahat
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Involvement of Nabil Bank employees suspected in Tuesday's heist
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Students surviving on dry food as cooking gas crisis festers
    DILBAHADUR CHHATYAL
  •  
  • Herders rush to lowlands as early snowfall hits Gorkha
    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
  •  
  • Once ignored, mountain agendas now draw global attention
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Rights activists to raid homes for rescuing Kamlaris
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Kathmandu cabbies overcharging passengers
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Bouddha stupa replica to be built in Taiwan
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Armed gang robs Rs 23 m from bank vehicle
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Mules the only means of transportation for 15 VDCs of Baitadi and Dadeldhura
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • Call to protect intellectual property rights
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Deforestation rampant in Bajura
    KRISHNA OLI
  •  
  • ICJ urges govt to end impunity
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Deforestation rampant in Bajura
    ARJUN OLI
  •  
  • IoM officials oppose plans to grant affiliations to more medical colleges
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Chitwan struggles to shut down unregistered hospitals
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Govt lets private press to publish textbooks for far-west
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Three caught with 17 kg of gold remanded to police custody
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • China festival from December 13
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Child marriage rampant in Dom community
    MAHESH KUMAR DAS
  •  
  • Rowa to be first Chhaupadi-free VDC in Mugu
    SUMAN MALLA
  •  
  • Hospital struggles to cope with patients' rush
    DILIP POUDEL
  •  
  • Taxi service at airport in disarray
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Community colleges upset with TU over service charge
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Survey officials begin repairing border pillars
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • CA court summons Gagan Thapa, Parbat Gurung
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • No relief for driving license aspirants in districts
    DIL BAHADUR CHANTYAL
  •  
  • Pneumonia on the rise as temperature dips
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Salem for more efficient, effective SAARC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Tourism entrepreneurs in lake city worried about EU's restriction
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Survey officials begin repairing border pillars
    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
  •  
  • Over 10,000 quit school for work in Jhapa
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • PMO secy directs contractors to expedite work
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • No relief for driving license aspirants in districts
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Wild tuskers destroy more houses in Rautahat
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • KMC's sanitation campaigns fail to keep city clean
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Another arrested over Krishna Adhikari murder
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Locals celebrate Ram-Janaki wedding ceremony amid fanfare
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Nembang for owning decisions of previous CA
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Senior citizens continue protest demanding transport fare concession
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • SSB camps rife alongside no-man's land
    BENUP BHATTARAI
  •  
  • Govt expects public schools to perform better after merger
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Acute shortage of beds at Rapti hospital
    DEVENDRA BASNET
  •  
  • Armala locals seek divine intervention
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Female police personnel demand more barracks for them
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police involvement suspected in gang-rape
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Xavier remains shut as protest over suicide continues
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Two minors raped in Siraha
    MITHILESH YADAV
  •  
  • Chirayu starts new services
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dalit women speak up against domestic violence
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • CIAA files graft case against DoFE director
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
  •  
  • EU announces to ban all Nepal-Based Airlines
    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
  •  
  • Two held with banned IC notes
    MADAN THAKUR
  •  
  • Two killed in road accident
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Bajura kids miss out on school as seasonal migration starts
    KRISHNA OLI
  •  
  • Woman files police case against spouse for miscarriage
    JAGAT KHADKA
  •  
  • Sinkholes in Pokhara confirm geologists' worst fears
    SANTOSH POKHAREL/KESHAV LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • Harrowing tales of jails in Mechi Zone
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • Nepal, China join hands to check cross-border crimes
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 10 secondary schools in same VDC
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • Book fair draws huge crowd
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • School students into narcotics in Dhangadhi
    DIL BAHADUR CHHANTYAL
  •  
  • Kamalari system continues in western districts
    BIKRAM GIRI
  •  
  • Four-day poverty conference concludes
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • CPN-UML for empowering women
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Police seize 17 kgs of gold at Tatopani
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • Save Adhikari couple, address conflict-era issues: NHRC to govt
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Authorities allegedly selling subsidized seeds to Indian farmers
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • CNP training baby tuskers with carrot approach
    CHADANI HAMAL
  •  
  • Women with disabilities helpless against sexual advances
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Kathmanduites to enjoy free parking for time being
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Teenager jailed for raping a minor
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Locals construct a building for public school
    KESHAV LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • Hospitals ask government to ensure single trade union
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Police all set to introduce lie detectors
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Wage hike eludes tea estate workers in Jhapa
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • UNICEF, Save the Children sign MoU
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Asia sweeps top spots in global education survey
    AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE
  •  
  • New Nepal awaits disabled-friendly infrastructure
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Ex-inspector arrested for attacking teen girl
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Shady entrepreneurs enmesh poor in financial fraud
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Police destroying marijuana plants in Udayapur
    MADHESWOR CHAMLING RAI
  •  
  • Thousands observe Bala Chaturdashi remembering their dead relatives
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Police rescue abducted child from India
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • Seven killed, 28 injured in Ramechhap bus mishap
    MANJU UPRETY
  •  
  • Locals padlock NEA branch office in Melamchi
    DHRUBA DANGAL
  •  
  • 12 killed, 30 injured in Dadeldhura bus accident
    BARUN PANERU
  •  
  • FNCCI team meets RPP-N chairman
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • As funding shrinks, HIV infected face grim future
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • CNP captures two stray tigers
    RAMESH POUDEL
  •  
  • Govt schools with dwindling enrollment to be merged
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Khadka takes Mid-western Zonal Hospital chief to task
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Politicians express commitment to eradicate Chaupadi
    DB BUDHA
  •  
  • International poverty conference begins
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • No electricity for Dalits in Okhaldhunga
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Boudha police to use app for swift response
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • 18 illegal parking lot operators book for public offence
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Splendid flower garden to beautify CA building
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • HIV/AIDS infection rate declines, but situation still challenging
    DEEPAK DAHAL
  •  
  • VAW incidents highest in eastern region: Study
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Banke police nab Bhagat Singh, 2 days after arresting Sikandar Khan
    ARJUN OLI
  •  
  • 60 percent of suicides committed by women
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
  •  
  • NGOs fail to reach HIV/AIDS patients in remote Chitwan
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Meddling with nature costs Armala people dearly
    KESHAV LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • FCube launches third cinema hall
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Pashupati Temple premises to get a museum
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • School curriculum in local language to aid adoption of federalism
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Food security project to help 24,000 households
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dharan-Chatara road section to get facelift
    ROHIT RAI
  •  
  • Contractor defies deadline, delaying road construction
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • Skin infection a scourge in Jhumka prison
    AMAR KHADKA
  •  
  • Identifying HIV infected main challenge: NCASC
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dalit kids with changed surnames deprived of nutrition allowance
    TEKENDRA BASYAL
  •  
  • No allowance for inter-caste couples
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Panchkhal paddy yield down by 70 pc due to neck blast
    MADHUSUDHAN GURAGAIN
  •  
  • After bad monsoon, farmers now face wheat seed scarcity
    SURESH YADAV
  •  
  • Clad in Nepali attire, Australians amuse Patan folk
    UPENDRA LAMICHHANE
  •  
  • Temporary cops head home with mixed feelings
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Artistes join hands to fight gender violence
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • DNA profiling to combat tiger poaching
    OM ASTHA RAI
  •  
  • Noida murder widow seeks Indian govt largesse
    ARJUN BHUSAL
  •  
  • Witchcraft accused woman driven out of home
    NIRAJAN POUDEL
  •  
  • Tardy road expansion drive adds to public woes
    SANGEET SANGROULA
  •  
  • KMC to set up biomethanation plant
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Dengue spreading fast in Chitwan
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • KMC establishes disaster risk management unit
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • APF personnel donate blood
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • 'Justice can't be bought'
    KAMAL PARIYAR
  •  
  • Earliest Buddhist shrine uncovered at Lumbini
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • Guarantee gender equality in new constitution : Women
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Govt announces free 'newborn package'
    ARJUN POUDEL
  •  
  • Carrot-and-stick approach for Melamchi project
    NIRJANA SHARMA
  •  
  • Haphazard constructions blamed for Pokhara sinkholes
    SANTOSH POKHAREL
  •  
  • Ancient Buddhist structures at Sisahaniyakot in sorry state
    SURENDRA POKHREL
  •  
  • In erstwhile red fort, 'true' communists pushed to corner
    RAJU ADHIKARY
  •  
  • Development tops people's agenda in Surkhet
    KALENDRA SEJUWAL
  •  
  • Philately Exhibition
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Bus help injured in banda arson dies
    UPENDRA YADAV
  •  
  • Cycle lane from Tinkune to Maitighar within two months
    PRATIBHA RAWAL
  •  
  • VAW on rise for lack of effective remedy
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Kathmandu to host int'l conference on poverty in December
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • New Peace Corps volunteers sworn-in
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Experts suggest giving 26 nominee seats to women
    ANJALI SUBEDI
  •  
  • Bhandari welcomes poll results
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • KMC to buy some garbage trucks
    REPUBLICA
  •  
  • Spurt in male breast cancer patients
    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
  •  
  • Gachchhadar´s fifth, Nembang´s third win
    REPUBLICA
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    NARHARI SAPKOTA
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    SANGEET SANGROULA
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    SANTOSH POKHREL
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    REPUBLICA
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    SANTOSH SINGH
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    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
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    KRISHNA OLI
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    HIRA BAHADUR GHARTIMAGAR
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    REPUBLICA
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    CHADANI HAMAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    AMAR KHADKA
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    ANJALI SUBEDI
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    ARJUN POUDEL
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    REPUBLICA
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    NARAHARI SAPKOTA
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    NIRJANA SHARMA
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    REPUBLICA
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    OM ASTHA RAI
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    JANAK KC
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    JIVESH JHA
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    OM ASTHA RAI
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    REPUBLICA
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    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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    SUMAN MALLA
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    DEVENDRA BASNET
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    JANAK KC
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    KAMAL PARIYAR
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    MADAN THAKUR
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    RAJU ADHIKARY
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    REPUBLICA
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    SANTOSH POKHAREL
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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    REPUBLICA
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    ARJUN POUDEL
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    OM ASTHA RAI
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    NIRJANA SHARMA
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    BISHWAMANI POKHAREL/DEVENDRA BASNET
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    REPUBLICA
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    BINOD SUBEDI
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    ARJUN POUDEL
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    REPUBLICA
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    DAVENDRA BASNET
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    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    JITENDRA KUMAR JHA
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    BINOD SUBEDI
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    REPUBLICA
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    REPUBLICA
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    OM ASTHA RAI
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    ANJALI SUBEDI
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    REPUBLICA
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    ANJALI SUBEDI
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    OM ASTHA RAI
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    OM ASTHA RAI
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    ARJUN POUDEL
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    REPUBLICA
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    SANGEET SANGROULA
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    UPENDRA YADAV
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    SURENDRA POUDEL/RITESH TRIPATHI
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    SANGEET SANGROULA
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    DHRUBA DANGAL
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    JIVESH JHA
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    BENUP BHATTARAI
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    KB RANA
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    KHAGENDRA ADHIKARY
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    SANTOSH GHIMIRE
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    SANGEET SANGROULA
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    REPUBLICA
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    NIRJANA SHARMA
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    RAMESH KUMAR POUDEL
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    REPUBLICA
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  • NSP-U candidate found dead
    MADAN THAKUR
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    SANTOSH SINGH
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    DHRUBA DANGAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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    KRISHNA OLI
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    RAJU ADHIKARY
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    MAHESHWOR CHAMLING RAI
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    REPUBLICA
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  • Eight killed, 12 seriously injured in Taplejung van accident
    KHAGENDRA ADHIKARY
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  • UML leader Kushwaha among 3 held over Alam murder
    KAMAL PARIYAR / UPENDRA YADAV
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  • Field Marshal Nir Shumsher dies at 100
    REPUBLICA
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  • 'Operation Seal' for poll security in Midwestern Region
    BISHWA MANI POKHREL/RUDRA KHADKA
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  • NTA reviewing existing numbering plan
    REPUBLICA
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  • Swiss companies donate trekking shoes
    REPUBLICA
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  • StanChart cleans Ranipokhari
    REPUBLICA
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  • Nepal tackles methane emissions through trash recycling
    SALEEM SHAIKH
  •  
  • 155 poll stations listed as highly sensitive
    REPUBLICA
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  • Police arrest two CPN-M district leaders
    KHAGENDRA ADHIKARI
  •  
  • CA National Debate on Oct 30
    REPUBLICA
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  • Traditional bamboo products of Dom people on the brink of extinction
    MADHESH KUMAR DAS
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  • Health assistant running District Hospital in Bajura
    KRISHNA OLI
  •  
  • Use of fireworks banned in view of poll security
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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  • Substandard meat goes unchecked in Siraha
    MITHILESH YADAV
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  • Govt mulls new standards for classification of urban areas
    SANGEET SANGROULA
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    DB BUDHA
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    REPUBLICA
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    GIRIRAJ BANSKOTA
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    NIRJANA SHARMA
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  • Bomb hoax in Dharan
    REPUBLICA ONLINE
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    PRATIBHA RAWAL
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    TEKNARAYAN BHATTARAI
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    UPENDRA YADAV
  •  
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    ANJALI SUBEDI
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    SURENDRA POKHREL
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  • Dengue rapidly spreading in Chitwan
    CHADANI HAMAL
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    REPUBLICA
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    RAMESHWOR KARKI/ SAMUNDRA POUDEL
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    ROHIT RAI
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  • Dalits in district unaware of budget earmarked for their welfare
    KRISHNA OLI
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  • Four journalists awarded
    REPUBLICA
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