Medicines start pouring in after Supreme Court order

Helicopters started delivering medicines to the swine flu-affected areas in Jajarkot from Wednesday morning, a day after the Supreme Court directed the government to deploy medical teams

‘Extinct’ wild yak found in Humla: Study

A wild yak, thought to be extinct almost five decades ago from high mountainous region in Nepal, has been spotted by a team of researchers for the first time in a remote area of Humla distri

House committee miffed at delay

Parliamentary Development Committee on Monday directed the government to blacklist those contractors involved in the project that have failed to accomplish their tasks

Man who led Sudan scam probe no more

CPN-UML politburo member Ram Nath Dhakal, who played an important role as the then head to book people involved in multi-million rupee Sudan scam, died on Sunday

3 govt agencies face uncertainty

Three major agencies under the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation are facing the leadership vacuum due to resignation, corruption charges, bureaucratic hurdles

Dr KC ends fast after 11-pt deal with govt; Hospitals resume OPD services as docs return to work

Dr Govinda KC, a senior orthopaedic of Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, ended his hunger strike after 12 days on Thursday after the government agreed to address all his demands.

Medical bodies throw weight behind Dr KC

The campaign of Dr Govinda KC to end political meddling in medical institutions has gained huge momentum with the entire medical fraternity set to rally behind him from Monday.

‘Acid attacker’ in police net

A month after the barbarous assault, police on Thursday night arrested the perpetrator of an acid attack at a Basantapur-based tuition centre that left two schoolgirls severely injured.

18 dead in Jumla bus accident

Eighteen people died and 11 others were injured, three of them critically, in a bus accident at Raralihi-1 on the Karnali Highway in Jumla district on Monday.

Flights resume at TIA; Four-day shutdown affects 50,000 travellers

The Tribhuvan International Airport resumed its normal operations on Saturday evening, four days after the Turkish Airlines A330 skidded off its runway

Turkish Airlines jet crash-lands at TIA

A Turkish Airlines plane skidded off the runway and veered onto the grassy shoulder after losing balance during landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport

Is CIAA chief walking the talk?

As he prepares to tie his daughter’s nuptial knot today, all eyes are on Lokman Singh Karki, the chief of CIAA, whether he will follow the Social Behaviour Reform Act

2 schoolgirls hurt in acid attack

In a shocking incident, two schoolgirls aged 15 and 16 received severe burns while one escaped with minor injuries in an acid attack at a Basantapur-based tuition centre

‘Rs 5.4b held in Swiss bank in ’07’

Eight Nepalis are found to have stashed away money in HSBC’s Swiss private banking arm in the year 2006-07.

NAC’s new jet touches down

Country’s national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation welcomed to its international fleet a new member—Airbus A320-200 aircraft—amid a huge fanfare.