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Vice President Paramananda Jha talks to PM Sushil Koirala at a tea party organised at the VP’s office in Kathmandu on Thursday on the occasion of Loktantra Diwas. Photo by : SAMPURNA MANANDHAR


  • Big 3 set to keep vital CA panels
    KAMAL DEV BHATTARAI, Kathmandu, APR 24

    Three major parties—Nepali Congress (NC), CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist)—are all set to select the chairpersons of five Constituent Assembly committees in the spirit of consensus on...
  • PM’s panel pick pricks Poudel
    POST REPORT, Kathmandu, APR 24

    Nepali Congress Vice-president Ram Chandra Poudel has expressed dissatisfaction at the party’s decision to pick Krishna Sitaula as the candidate to head the Drafting Committee....
  • Everest disaster: Spring ascent now at the mercy of climbers
    SANGAM PRASAIN, Kathmandu, APR 24

    Climbing will depend on foreign climbers’ choice, said Ang Tshering Sherpa, president of Nepal Mountaineering...
  • Google Glass to help keep tab on rhinos
    PRAGATI SHAHI, Kathmandu, APR 24

    Taking field notes for Sabita Malla, a young biologist and a senior wildlife researcher at Chitwan National Park, has gotten much easier these days....
  • News digest
    APR 24

    Four Nepali peacekeepers were injured in South Sudan on Thursday when an unidentified armed group opened fire at a patrolling team....

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