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Porters carry goods across the landslide-hit area in Makha, Sindupalchok. As vehicular movement has remained obstructed since the August 2 landslide destroyed a stretch of Araniko Highway.
Photo : Nimesh Jang Rai

Nation

Editorial

Going for gold
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Nepal’s fast increasing literacy is definitely something to be proud of. In 2008, just over half of the population was...

Oped

Cartels against reform
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Last week, stretches of Kathmandu roads were blocked by members of the Transporters...

Sports

Dassanayake, govt sign contract agreement
SEP 01

Pubudu Dassanayake on Monday signed an official agreement with the government becoming the first...

et cetera

Footlights to the limelight
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Loonibha Tuladhar started acting at a very young age. Initially a student at Arohan...

MONEY

Increased travel demand sends airfares soaring
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Inbound bookings on international flights have surged with the peak tourist season and Nepal’s biggest...

Development

Creating jobs at home
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High number of unemployed youth population could be damaging for a country....
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