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BPKIHS defends its quota policy for foreign students

Pradeep Menyangbo 26 Jun 08:00 AM

The institute maintains it is managing foreign student quotas as per Medical Education Act Read Full Story »

With growing internal rifts and criticism from outside, a Cabinet reshuffle is likely

Anil Giri, Tika R Pradhan 26 Jun 07:19 AM

Ruling party insiders say party co-chairs are likely to use a Cabinet reshuffle to balance internal party politics Read Full Story »

Diplomacy, in 280 characters or less

Tsering D Gurung 26 Jun 06:30 AM

In Kathmandu, key diplomats are using Twitter to engage with Nepalis—and to wield soft powerRead Full Story »

Arjun Poudel 25 Jun 09:36 AM

Doctors say that a lot of deaths from snakebite can be avoided if victims get ventilator support. Read Full Story »

Three Chand’s activists held with weapons

Deo Narayan Sah 25 Jun 07:00 AM

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Locals implement innovative idea to campaign against early marriage

Bharat Jarghamagar 25 Jun 07:00 AM

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Migrant workers in Province 2 falling victim to HIV/AIDS

Ajit Tiwari 25 Jun 07:00 AM

Fearing rejection and rebuke from society, most patients hide their ailments from family members, making matters worse. Read Full Story »

Technopolis: What does Huawei ban mean for Nepali users?

Prajesh Sjb Rana 25 Jun 07:00 AM

While Huawei Nepal says its phones, as of now, fully support Google services and Android updates, the future remains uncertain. Read Full Story »

Freed Haliyas in Bajura moving into permanent houses

Sangita Timilsena 25 Jun 07:00 AM

860 of them have received rehabilitation grants in this fiscal from the central government. Read Full Story »

Floods in Gandaki Province wreak havoc

Gandaki Bureau 24 Jun 08:17 AM

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Sujata Lama 24 Jun 08:08 AM

Local units say they lack technical manpower and budget to counter elephant raids Read Full Story »

Kathmandu ward members urge provincial government to hike salary

Subash Bidari 24 Jun 07:00 AM

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Landslide-prone spots along Narayangarh-Muglin road stretch remain unattended

Ramesh Kumar Poudel 24 Jun 07:00 AM

Although monsoon has already arrived, control and prevention measures are yet to be introduced on the road section. Read Full Story »

Galchhi-Rasuwagadhi road project officials say they are being harassed by some locals over land compensation

Krishna Thapa 24 Jun 07:00 AM

Project chief says the government has already compensated 500 families Read Full Story »

Anjan Shrestha: It is a great time to get into the business

Alisha Sijapati 24 Jun 07:00 AM

In this interview with the Post’s Alisha Sijapati, Shrestha discusses Laxmi Group’s gradual progression and his current strategies on branding and promotion. Read Full Story »

This social enterprise is tackling malnutrition, one bead at a time

Tsering Ngodup Lama 24 Jun 07:00 AM

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How Nepal’s communications minister went from being a fierce reporter to a hardline politician against free press

Bhrikuti Rai 23 Jun 08:00 PM

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Tripti Shahi 23 Jun 08:26 AM

Two wards in the rural municipality, wards 5 and 4, have already been declared home birth-free zones. Read Full Story »

Disease control office alerts Valley’s local units of possible dengue outbreak

Arjun Poudel 23 Jun 08:23 AM

The warning is based on several studies carried out in the past that has found the presence of dengue-carrying mosquitoes in significant numbers in the Valley Read Full Story »

Shackling of Resham Chaudhary shows how the state treats its citizens differently, rights defenders say

Tika R Pradhan 23 Jun 07:56 AM

District court had convicted Chaudhary, who won the 2017 parliamentary elections from Kailali, of inciting the 2015 Tikapur violenceRead Full Story »

The girl in the sketch

Nirajan Rijal 23 Jun 07:00 AM

The only difference is that the girl on the sketch has shorter hair and blue eyes Read Full Story »

A tale of a book thief

Bishrant Katwal 23 Jun 07:00 AM

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The week in photos (June 16-22)

Post Report 22 Jun 07:00 PM

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Meet the man who is still battling bigotry

Prakash Chandra Timilsena 22 Jun 08:35 AM

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Lack of resources and urbanisation worries farmers in Katahari

Jitendra Sah 22 Jun 08:07 AM

'All slogans the government has coined about the welfare of farmers have been nothing but lip service.' Read Full Story »

After Guthi Bill, pressure mounts on government to withdraw the Media Council Bill

Tika R Pradhan 22 Jun 07:30 AM

Civil society leaders say that the government’s indifference to the bill could put the whole system in danger Read Full Story »

What Kathmandu can learn from Amsterdam

Prarambha Dahal 22 Jun 07:00 AM

For the city to become a cycle-friendly place, a huge shift in transport policies needs to be put into place. Read Full Story »

All workers trapped inside Rasuwagadi Hydropower Project tunnel come out alive

Balram Ghimire 21 Jun 12:02 PM

All 17 workers, including 11 Nepalis and 6 Chinese labourers, were stuck inside the tunnel following a dry landslide at around 8:30pm yesterday along the path that leads to the project’s surge tank.Read Full Story »

Bajhang’s Pankot-Bhusya road built without technical survey

Basanta Pratap Singh 21 Jun 07:00 AM

Authorities sanction opening of road stretches in remote areas without any plans, studies and tests Read Full Story »

A plethora of short hikes and sweeping views await visitors to Chhaimale

Tsering Ngodup Lama 21 Jun 06:30 AM

There are numerous short walks to go on and majestic vistas to take in from the village of Chhaimale. Read Full Story »

An un-pho-gettable trip to Vietnam, without leaving Kathmandu

Hantakali 21 Jun 06:30 AM

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Janakraj Sapkota 20 Jun 07:00 PM

Police acted in retaliation after the Chand cadres opened fire on security personnel, said DIG Bishwaraj Pokharel, spokesperson for Nepal Police. Read Full Story »

Earthquake-ravaged Duguna Gadi being restored to its original form

Anish Tiwari 20 Jun 06:30 AM

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Sudurpaschim budget misses out on reformative plans in education and health sectors

Mohan Budhaair 20 Jun 06:30 AM

The populist financial plan, however, lacks promise of implementation, experts sayRead Full Story »

Reconstruction of historic Nuwakot palace takes off

Krishna Thapa 19 Jun 06:30 AM

A team of Chinese nationals and Nepali workers have been deployed for its reconstruction worksRead Full Story »

Nepali delegation leaves for Beijing to discuss railways in pursuit of cross-border links

Anil Giri 18 Jun 07:00 AM

A deal over a detailed project report for the Kathmandu-Kerung railway is expected, before discussions with India over the Raxaul-Kathmandu railwayRead Full Story »

Neeraj Rathi: Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty

Srizu Bajracharya 17 Jun 07:00 AM

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Beyond just the greetings

Blaze Neupane 16 Jun 07:00 AM

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One winter morning

Shranup Tandukar 16 Jun 07:00 AM

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The week in photos (June 9 - 15)

Post Report 15 Jun 07:38 PM

Here are some of the best photos from June 9 to June 15 taken by our photographers. Read Full Story »

12 books to read this summer

15 Jun 08:35 AM

Here’s The Kathmandu Post’s top picks to keep you company as the days grow longer.Read Full Story »

And the rain god returns home

Chase Brush 15 Jun 07:30 AM

As asphalt pavements give way to dirt trails, fire enters the equation in the final leg of Bunga Dyah Jatra. Read Full Story »

United in haste, ideological schisms appear in ruling party

Tika R Pradhan 14 Jun 07:15 AM

The merger was simply a marriage of convenience, say party leaders Read Full Story »

Nepal government clears legal hurdles to buy lethal arms from the US

Binod Ghimire 14 Jun 07:00 AM

The procurement process will expedite now, Nepal Army says Read Full Story »

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