Govt spending pattern in the first half of last 4 fiscal years slow and unproductive
Poor capital expenditure has been a weakness of our budgetary system for years.
The perennial problem of low capital expenditure continued this fiscal as well
Thousands of people are could die and many more are likely to be injured if an earthquake of high intensity hits Kathmandu Valley.
For Ritu Poudel, a tenth-grader at Kankali Secondary School, Naikap, home is not as safe as school when it comes to earthquake.
Mayaju Maharjan was putting her youngest child to bed for his afternoon nap when a strong earthquake shook her two-storied house at New Road in Kathmandu.
Political parties on Sunday proposed the names for chairpersons of the proposed Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Commission on Enforced Disappearances.
Thirteen years on, the wife and children of a retired school teacher from Lamjung have been looking for answers as to what happened to him after he was accosted by security personnel, blindf
At around 9 pm on December 8, Nisha Basnet, who was returning to her apartment on a scooter, was struck by a speeding truck at Tinkune Bridge.
According to a government study, a majority of road accidents in the past three years were caused due to reckless driving
Laying the water main for the much-awaited project without causing a major distrubance to the Valley’s road network is a matter of striking a right balance
Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP) promises to end the shortage of drinking water inside Kathmandu Valley by 2016.
Lawmakers are increasingly getting concerned over the slow pace tunnel excavation works in the recent months.
Experts say unless a holistic approach is applied to tackle rape, victims will remain far from justice
As a part of the annual event, countries across the globe including Nepal celebrated 16 days of activism to end violence against women that ended on December 10.