Rival factions led by UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal are at loggerheads over whether to sack Sports Minister Purushottam Poudel
A majority of students have passed the first ever technical category of the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examinations with ‘B’ grades.
Recruiting agencies on Sunday picketed the Department of Foreign Employment (DoFE) demanding withdrawal of a new provision that mandates foreign employers to provide free visa
In a landmark decision, the United States’ Supreme Court legalised same sex marriage nationwide, a move that was celebrated by LGBT supporters all over the world, including in Nepal.
CPN-UML and UCPN(Maoist) have reached an understanding to put pressure on Prime Minister Sushil Koirala to promulgate the new constitution through a fast-track approach.
Nafea has announced a protest against the government’s decision to provide free visa and free air ticket to the workers visiting the Gulf countries and Malaysia.
More than 3.9 million tonnes debris is expected to accumulate from the earthquake-damaged buildings inside Kathmandu Valley after their demolition
The Kathmandu Metropo- litan City (KMC) is set to re-open Ratna Park this week.
The Bhairab Prasad Battalion on Saturday handed over relief materials and teaching materials along with other logistical supports for orphanage and physically disabled students
Youth groups and women rights activists said they will continue to press the CA to make changes to what they say is a regressive citizenship provision in the draft constitution.
A corruption case was filed at the Special Court on Friday against 33 individuals, including an Under-secretary at the Department of Foreign Employment
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said the International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction (ICNR) on Thursday was a success.
Geologists have stressed on the need for soil testing before constructing houses and regular technical inspection during the construction process during a programme organised in the Capital
As doors at the donor conference opened and pledges began to pour into Nepal Thursday morning, so did the tweets, commentaries and speculations on social media.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has expressed optimism that Nepal will rise from the rubble.