ekantipur logo
0
ICYMI: Top news in today’s Post

Post Report 16 Dec 07:35 PM

Here are some of the stories you may have missed throughout the day. Read Full Story »

Flood-swept rhino brought to Chitwan (With photos)

Ramesh Kumar Paudel 16 Dec 04:44 PM

A flood-swept rhinoceros which came to graze on Nepali ground has been stopped from re-entering the Indian territory by locals in Susta, Nawalparasi. Read Full Story »

PM says government has achieved extraordinary achievements

Sailendra Adhikari 16 Dec 04:10 PM

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said it was his duty to speak against the negative publicity being made against the government, his party and the president. Read Full Story »

Rajesh Khanal 16 Dec 09:11 AM

Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) last week rose 27.94 points to close at a 1,148.78 points after the government stepped in to address the ‘interest rate war’ and underlying problems with the country’s only secondary market, which had been in freefall. Some investors even started a hunger strike to shine the spotlight on problems with the sector. Read Full Story »

Sports Bureau 16 Dec 09:10 AM

Atma Ram Simkhada scored 41 stableford points to clinch the Baahrakhari Corporate golf tournament at the par-72 Gokarna Golf Course on Saturday. Read Full Story »

‘A’ Division League: Three Star closes gap on MMC

Ritesh Rijal 16 Dec 09:10 AM

Three Star Club rose to second in the Martyrs Memorial ‘A’ Division League table with a 1-0 win over Machhindra Football Club at the Armed Police Force Stadium in Halchowk on Saturday. Read Full Story »

Akash Bajagain 16 Dec 09:10 AM

Antibiotic resistance requires immediate attention in Nepal and beyond Read Full Story »

Horoscope

16 Dec 08:40 AM

Are you confident that they understand your motives? Your reputation is on your mind which means you’ll be preoccupied to answer these questions. The key to building the rep you crave is clear communication, but there’s no need to sell yourself. Read Full Story »

The art of affairs

Asmita Manandhar 16 Dec 08:01 AM

Mahesh, Anil and Devashish had to re-evaluate their decade long friendship in the events triggered after Anil, the most affluent of the three, buys a contemporary painting and a very expensive one at that, much to the disdain of these two friends. Read Full Story »

SATURDAY

Bibek Adhikari 16 Dec 08:01 AM

Read Full Story »

Authorities plan 60-foot Buddha’s edifice in the middle of Jagadishpur Lake without permission and environment impact assessment

Manoj Paudel 16 Dec 07:57 AM

Read Full Story »

Prithvi Man Shrestha 16 Dec 07:57 AM

The government agencies will face shortage of around 20,000 staff even after the adjustment of the existing human resources recruited by the federal government and the erstwhile local governments. Read Full Story »

Chandan Kumar Mandal 16 Dec 07:50 AM

The government has extended the deadline for public transport entrepreneurs to register as private companies. Read Full Story »

Department of roads tarmacking streets sans clearing utility poles, pipelines

Prithvi Man Shrestha 16 Dec 07:50 AM

The Department of Roads has started blacktopping the newly expanded roads in the Kathmandu Valley without clearing the utility poles and water pipelines. Read Full Story »

NCP Standing Committee meeting: Party’s publicity too feeble to counter planned propaganda

Tika R Pradhan 16 Dec 07:50 AM

The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has stated that its publicity campaign has been pathetic compared to the planned ‘propaganda of different places’ full of resources and modern technologies. Read Full Story »

Krishna Thapa 16 Dec 07:49 AM

The death toll in Friday’s Nuwakot truck crash has climbed up to 20 after rescuers recovered one more body from the incident site and an injured passenger died in course of treatment. Read Full Story »

Post Report 16 Dec 07:41 AM

The agitating woman rights activists and locals have announced fresh protestprogrammes to mount pressure on the authorities to arrest the culprits involved in the rape and murder of Nirmala Pant. Read Full Story »

Post Report 16 Dec 07:41 AM

Speakers and deputy speakers from different provincial assemblies on Saturday said lack of infrastructure, staff and experience was hindering their performance. Read Full Story »

Raju Chauhan 16 Dec 07:40 AM

Paradigm shifts will be the only way to offset the effects of climate change Read Full Story »

Suyash Kharel 16 Dec 07:20 AM

The tourism industry must adapt to the modern digitised customer Read Full Story »

Naresh Koirala 16 Dec 07:20 AM

We yearn for gold but don’t realise it’s waste that’s adorning us Read Full Story »

Here’s a look into today’s top news

Post Report 15 Dec 06:51 PM

Some of the top stories from today’s Post that you have missed. Read Full Story »

Tearful Shakti Gauchan brings curtain down on a magnificent career

Sailendra Adhikari 15 Dec 05:14 PM

Veteran cricketer and spin legend Shakti Gauchan has retired from cricket. Read Full Story »

NC Mahasamiti meet begins

Post Report 15 Dec 03:16 PM

The Mahasamiti meeting of main opposition party Nepali Congress kicked off in Kathmandu on Saturday. Read Full Story »

Nepal can quadruple exports, says World Bank

Post Report 15 Dec 10:49 AM

Nepal’s exports to South Asia are far behind its potential, and they can be increased fourfold if manmade barriers to trade--tariff and non-tariff--are removed, said a new report from the World Bank. Currently, shipments to South Asian countries are valued at $0.5 billion, and they can be boosted to $2.1 billion if the hindrances holding back intraregional trade are addressed by the countries in the region. Read Full Story »

Oil theft persists despite advanced locking system

Rajesh Khanal 15 Dec 10:49 AM

The tankers are locked after loading cargo at the Indian Oil Corporation’s depot in India, and are unlocked when they arrive in Nepal Read Full Story »

Rhinos dealt knock out blow

Sports Bureau 15 Dec 10:32 AM

Kathmandu Kings XI knocked out pre-tournament favourite Pokhara Rhinos from the league stage with a five-wicket victory at the Tribhuvan University Stadium in Kirtipur on Friday. Read Full Story »

Of birds and flights of fancy

Richa Bhattarai 15 Dec 10:19 AM

Halfway into the middle of his ill-fated mission, in the middle of a nowhere desert, Major Ellie crashes his plane. Momo, a Cherokee-driving, gun-toting, 15-year-old from a nearby refugee camp, stumbles across him. Bringing them both to each other is Mutt, a philosophical dog who once had his ‘brains fried’ due to a mishap. Read Full Story »

The smoker

Timothy Aryal 15 Dec 10:06 AM

The other day I read an article about smoking, written by probably the greatest purveyor of the habit, Christopher Hitchens. Read Full Story »

In a prison

Asmita Manandhar 15 Dec 10:06 AM

My conscience sits in a prisonit cannot breathe, cannot make a decisionMy love,she presses her fingers between mine Read Full Story »

Reading in a group

Pratyoush Onta 15 Dec 10:06 AM

Read Full Story »

Parenting autism

15 Dec 09:50 AM

Read Full Story »

I like to experiment with a bit of shock value

Abani Malla 15 Dec 09:35 AM

Read Full Story »

Film as a medium of expression

Abhimanyu Dixit 15 Dec 09:35 AM

Nepali filmmakers and their audiences have been feeding off the Indian film industry for quite some time. We have been inspired by everything, right and wrong, our neighbours have offered. Read Full Story »

The cycle life

Ganesh Chaudhary 15 Dec 09:08 AM

On May 18 earlier this year, Yam Lal Rasaily embarked on a solo cycling trip—journeying from Lamki in Kailali to Rara lake in Mugu district. It was an impressive feat, cycling from sea-level up to 2,990 metres in just 13 days. Read Full Story »

epaper logo
7