Australia-based Deakin University has announced a scholarship that will be awarded annually to two Nepali students to study undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
External Affairs Minister of India Sushma Swaraj on Thursday urged Nepal’s political parties to incorporate all kinds of issues and concerns raised by the people in the new constitution.
Dr Govinda KC, a senior orthopaedic surgeon at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH), on Thursday warned to begin another round of fast-unto-death from August 22.
Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, which was badly damaged by the Great Earthquake, finally got its own reconstruction committee this week after a three-month hiatus.
The Pashupati Area Development Trust (PADT) is close to realising its two-decade long dream of installing electric crematorium in its premises.
Over a year down the line, the 2.7-kilometre cycling track is hardly being used by cyclists, thanks to the inconsistent and non-continuous lanes, poor design and infrastructure.
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said nobody should forcibly convert people.
A large section of the public, who participated in the public feedback collection on the first draft of the constitution recently, have voted in favour of the proposition.
The National Human Rights Commission has appealed the government to take action against the security personnel involved in the beating of a young boy during the public feedback collection
Acting Chief Election Commissioner Dolakh Bahadur Gurung has suggested the major political parties to promulgate the new constitution only after finalising the demarcation of federal provinc
Taxi entrepreneurs close to Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist took out a massive demonstration rally in the Capital on Wednesday protesting government’s decision to add new cabs
City officials of Kathmandu have said that the metropolitan body is investing Rs100 million to purchase large public vehicles for main city roads, in what could be a major boost
The All Nepal National Free Students Union (ANNFSU) on Wednesday, appealed the CPN-UML leadership to support directly elected prime minister
Defying the government’s prohibitory directives on transport of children from one district to another, Patanjali Yogpeeth has brought earthquake-affected children to its ashram
A government panel has recommended stringent measures to check on foreign junkets by ministers and senior government officials.