Missing plane yet to be foundThe Nepal Airlines plane believed to have crashed in Arghakhanchi district while flying from Pokhara to Jumla has not been found yet. Five teams of Nepal Police, Nepal Army and Armed Police Force from Gulmi and Arghakhanchi have not been able to locate the suspected crash site despite search operations for the past four hours. According to police, a rescue team has left for Murakot after concluding its search operation in Khidim VDC of Arghakhanchi.
- PM Koirala, Dahal meet
- Committee begins investigation into late lawmaker Khadka's accident
Lawmakers concerned over increasing disputes on statute's content
Lawmakers have expressed their serious concern over increasing disputes on the content of a new constitution.
US, Cuba restore diplomatic ties after 50 years
The United States and Cuba made a historic breakthrough in their Cold War stand-off Wednesday, moving to revive diplomatic ties and launch measures to ease a five-decade US trade embargo.
Kailali office sees nominal presence in morning shift
The employees at Land Revenue Office Kailali have less work in the morning shift though the government has started two-shift service considering smooth public service delivery.
Nepal's political parties and their power mentality
The crux of Nepal's problems largely lie in the political parties' mentality to rule. Such tendency will never resolve Nepal’s existing problems of poverty, unemployment, large scale temporary and permanent migration, unbalanced regional development, among others.
Chandra Sharma Poudyal
Healing 'fail' psychology
The categorical 'pass' and 'fail' evaluation of SLC exam became demotivating factor for millions of youngsters towards education.
Understanding Nepal through KIMFF
Katmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) is totally a different kind. This festival is about offering food for the mind and the heart of curious audience. It’s about mountains, challenges and beauty; it's also about different global as well as local social issues.
Global warming and its implications in South Asia
Even though SAARC Summit was a perfect place to find a common agenda, leaders did not take a definite step on climate change. The meeting only agreed to establish a rapid response to natural disasters and underlined the urgency to establish a legal protocol by the end of 2015. Nepal, being the host and one of the most vulnerable countries, should have initiated the conversation.
A letter to our Honorable Prime Minister
Lighting up the capital was not an end but a beginning towards infrastructure development, implementing the power treaties, scaling the economies upwards, and to write the constitution on time.
State of denial
Nanda Parsad Adhikari's painful death has raised a fundamental question to our political / legal system. Is this what we wanted ? What does a " federal democratic republic" means for a common people ?