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  • Karki becomes first woman CJ creating history
    Kalika Khadka | July 11 2016

    Kathmandu : The first woman Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Sushila Karki, has assumed responsibility formally from today creating history in the country.

  • 5 Reasons Why Travelling To Nepal Will Change Your Life
    Allison Eberle | THURSDAY, 23th POUSH

    The aftermath of Nepal’s devastating April 2015 earthquake is easing, and there’s no better time to visit than now. Sure, some of the country’s most famed stupas and monuments will take years, or even decades, to be repaired, but the country’s picturesque natural beauty, infectious culture, and welcoming people will always remain. It has now been deemed safe to head back to the earthquake-ravaged country, and it’s likely that a visit to the Roof of the World will change your life.

  • Why thousands of people are leaving Nepal
    Kieran Cooke | MON 21 Mansir

    When an earthquake hit Nepal in April, 9,000 people were killed and many more lost their homes. Thousands of men are now facing a difficult choice – should they stay to rebuild the country, or travel abroad where they can earn more money?

  • When BJP lawmaker claimed Nepal’s 15 districts of Tarai region …
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 9th MANSIR

    KATHMANDU : Lawmaker of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and former cricketer Kirti Azad said that Nepal should return 15 districts of the Tarai region to India.

  • Home Minister says govt will aware India on SSB firing
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 9th MANSIR

    KATHMANDU : Home Minister Shakti Bahadur Basnet informed the meeting of the State Affairs Committee of the Legislature-Parliament held on Wednesday about the firing by the Seema Suraksha Bal, the Indian border security force, at Bhantabari in Sunsari today morning.

  • Indian SSB acknowledges border firing incident
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 9th MANSIR

    KATHMANDU : Indian Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) Satana Post in-charge Ranbir Singh as accepted that their security personnel had opened fire at Bhantabari of Sunsari on Wednesday morning.

  • PROTESTERS DEFY CURFEW IN RAJBIRAJ; SET FIRE TO POLICE BEAT, SOIL CONSERVATION OFFICE
    LUMBINI TIMES | MON 7th MANSIR

    RAJBIRAJ : Local people and protesters defying the administration clamped curfew have staged demonstration against the death of Dilip Sah, who died during the clash with police on Sunday.

  • Chinese bullets to bring LPG up to Khanikhola
    LUMBINI TIMES | MON 7th MANSIR

    KATHMANDU : China has accepted proposal by Nepal government to transport cooking gas to Nepal in its own LPG bullets from Kerung up to Khanikhola, Dhading.

  • 3-month-old dies for want to treatment as UDMF protesters obstruct ambulance
    LUMBINI TIMES | MON 7th MANSIR

    UDAYAPUR: A three-month-old infant, who suffered from pneumonia and was being rushed to Biratnagar of Morang from Triyuga Municipality of Udayapur, died for want of treatment as cadres of United Democratic Madhesi Front parties obstructed the ambulance carrying him in Saptari district.

  • Three tankers loaded with Chinese petrol to arrive in Capital today
    LUMBINI TIMES | SUN, 15th KARTIK

    Kathmandu : Three tankers loaded with petrol will arrive at Kathmandu from Kyirong of China tomorrow, as only three tankers received refilling facility today. Chief District Officer of Rasuwa, Shiva Ram Gelal has informed that the three fuel tankers that arrived at Rasuwagadhi customs point will be dispatched for Kathmandu early tomorrow morning.

  • Ex-Maoist commander Pun elected Vice-president
    LUMBINI TIMES | SUN, 15th KARTIK

    Kathmandu : Once the commander of an outlawed party fighting against state forces Nanda Kishor Pun was elected vice-president of the country today.

  • Bidya Devi Bhandari elected first female President of Nepal
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 11th KARTIK

    KATHMANDU: CPN-UML Vice-Chair Bidya Devi Bhandari has been elected the first female and second President of Federal Democratic Republic Nepal, defeating Nepali Congress veteran leader Kul Bahadur Gurung.

  • 549 lawmakers cast votes in presidential election
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 11th KARTIK

    KATHMANDU: Voting process for the election of President has concluded. The voting process that started at 11 am ended at 2 pm on Wednesday.

  • Election for new President begins
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 11th KARTIK

    KATHMANDU: Election for the post of President has begun at the Legislature-Parliament building in New Baneshwor on Wednesday.

  • We are innocent, says Sagar Thapa
    LUMBINI TIMES | TUE, 10th KARTIK

    KATHMANDU: Nepal’s suspended football team skipper Sagar Thapa said he and four other players arrested on match-fixing charges were innocent.

  • UML’s Bhandari, NC’s Gurung, NWPP’s Maharjan file candidacies for presidential election
    LUMBINI TIMES | TUE, 10th KARTIK

    KATHMANDU: Three candidates — Bidya Devi Bhandari of CPN-UML, Kul Bahadur Gurung of Nepali Congress and Narayan Maharjan of Nepal Workers and Peasants Party — on Tuesday filed their nomination for the election of President at the Parliament.

  • At least 29 dead after strong quake hits Afghanistan, Pakistan
    REUTERS | MON, 9th KARTIK

    KABUL/PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN: A powerful earthquake struck a remote area of northeastern Afghanistan on Monday, shaking the capital Kabul and killing at least 17 people while 12 were killed in neighboring Pakistan, officials said.

  • Powerful earthquake strikes northern Afghanistan
    BBC | MON, 9th KARTIK

    A powerful earthquake has struck northern Afghanistan, with tremors felt as widely as Pakistan and northern India.
    The magnitude 7.5 quake was centred in the mountainous Hindu Kush region, 75km (46 miles) south of Faizabad, the US Geological Survey reported.
    Buildings were evacuated in the capitals of all three countries and communications disrupted in many areas.

  • Beckham to play football match in Nepal
    AGENCY | MON, 9th KARTIK

    KATHMANDU : Former English team captain David Beckham is playing a football match in Nepal to raise fund for UNICEF.
    Renowned for his free kicks, Beckham is set to play seven matches in seven continents in seven days, London-based The Sunday Times reported on Sunday.

  • Parliament to elect President through majority process, election on Wednesday
    LUMBINI TIMES | SUNDAY, 8th KARTIK

    KATHMANDU : The legislature-parliament is set to enter a majority process to elect new President after major parties failed to file consensus candidate for the post. The deadline to pick a common candidate ended at 1:30 pm on Sunday.

  • Ruling parties form high-level political coordination committee
    LUMBINI TIMES | THU, 28 ASOJ

    Kathmandu : A meeting of the top leaders of the political parties supporting the formation of the incumbent government on Thursday has formed a 11-member high-level political coordination committee.

  • PM Oli pays courtesy call on VP Jha, meets NWPP leader Bijukchhe
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 27 ASOJ

    KATHMANDU : Newly elected Prime Minister, KP Sharma Oli, has paid courtesy call on Vice-President Parmananda Jha on Wednesday.

  • Sleeping naked slashes risk of diabetes and helps you lose weight, study reveals
    LAURA MITCHELL |

    LONDON : It may be cold out there but that’s no reason not to get into your birthday suit for bed.

  • Three President contenders from UML
    LUMBINI TIMES | WED, 27 ASOJ

    KATHMANDU : Three names have propped up as President hopefuls from the ruling CPN-UML. Incumbent Speaker Subas Nembang, party Vice-chairperson Bidhya Bhandari and senior leader Jhala Nath Khanal are said to be vying for the country’s top post.

  • Nepal’s parliament elects communist party leader KP Oli as new prime minister
    AGENCY | MONDAY, 25th ASOJ

    KATHMANDU : Khadga Prasad Oli, known as KP Oli in Nepali politics, was elected by 338 parliamentary votes, while his only competitor, outgoing Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, received 249 votes. About 14 parliamentarians refrained from voting.

  • Nepal notches SAFF U-19 Championship
    LUMBINI TIMES | Saturday, August 29

    Kathmandu, Nepal has clinched the first SAFF U-19 Football Championship after defeating India in a tie-breaker. In the final match played at the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) Complex at Saatdobato today, Nepal nudged India in the tie-breaker 5-4 to win the first title for Nepal in football after 22 years.

  • Risk of future Nepal-India earthquake increases
    Rebecca Morelle/Science Correspondent, BBC News | FRI, 22 SAUN

    LONDON : There is an increased risk of a future major earthquake in an area that straddles the west of Nepal and India, scientists warn.
    New data has revealed that the devastating quake that hit Nepal in April did not release all of the stress that had built up underground, and has pushed some of it westwards. The research is published in the journals Nature Geoscience and Science.

  • HIROSHIMA MARKS 70 YEARS SINCE ATOMIC BOMB
    LUMBINI TIMES | THU, 21st SAUN

    JAPAN : Residents in the Japanese city of Hiroshima are commemorating the 70th anniversary of the first atomic bomb being dropped by a US aircraft.
    A ceremony, attended by PM Shinzo Abe, was held at Hiroshima’s memorial park before thousands of lanterns are released on the city’s Motoyasu river.

  • YOUTH FOR PEACE AND PROGRESS
    Acharya Karma Sangbo Sherpa | TUE, 12 SAUN 2072

    Youth are that share of population in a city, district or country who fall under 15 to 29 year-age-group. Demographers divide total composition of a country in children (1-14 yrs), economically active population (15-64 yrs) and senior citizen (65 yr+).

  • ‘MISSILE MAN’ : FORMER INDIAN PRESIDENT APJ ABDUL KALAM PASSES AWAY
    LUMBINI TIMES | TUE, 12 SAUN 2072

    NEW DELHI : Former Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam passed away in Shillong on Monday evening. He was 83.
    Kalam, who reached Shillong via Guwahati in the morning, collapsed during a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management-Shillong (IIM-S) at around 6:30 pm and was rushed to the Bethany Hospital there.

  • 5 killed as terrorists storm Gurdaspur police station, security tightened at Parliament
    LUMBINI TIMES | July 27 Monday , 2015

    Punjab.India tightened security on its border with Pakistan on Monday after terrorists dressed in army uniform stormed a police station in Punjab’s Gurdaspur district, killing at least five people and injuring eight others. The dead included three civilians and two homeguards.

  • MAJOR PARTIES REITERATE TO INCORPORATE PEOPLE’S FEEDBACK
    LUMBINI TIMES | SUN, 10 SAUN 2072

    KATHMANDU : Top notch leaders of the four major parties on Sunday have reiterated to incorporate people’s feedbacks in the new constitution.

  • Manpower agencies reopen after concluding 31-point agreement with the Ministry
    LUMBINI TIMES | SUN, 10 SAUN 2072

    KATHMANDU : The manpower agencies which were closed down since the past three weeks resumed operation from Sunday after 31-point agreement was concluded between the Ministry of Labour and Employment and the Foreign Employment Entrepreneurs’ Association chaired by Bimal Dhakal.

  • WHERE LORD BUDDHA WAS BORN
    Susmita Baral | 22 July 2015

    Scattered across Asia, from India to South Korea, thousands of Buddhist temples, monasteries, stupas and pagodas serve as places of worship and reminders of the principles of Buddhism.

  • Landslide puts entire settlement of landless squatters on Kaligandaki river at high risk
    LUMBINI TIMES | Sunday,19 July 2015

    Parbat : An entire settlement of landless squatters at Maldhunga of Pang in Parbat has been at risk due to landslide.

  • Committed to promulgate new constitution with consensus of all-PM Koirala
    LUMBINI TIMES | Sunday,19 July 2015

    Kathmandu : Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala has said that the new constitution would be promulgated by bringing all parties, including those protesting its latest process and those outside the CA to a consensus.

  • Pluto mission: NASA’s New Horizons ‘phones home’ after blackout
    Amanda Barnett/CNN | WED, 30th ASAD 2072

    Laurel, Maryland : NASA has re-established contact with its New Horizons spacecraft after a planned communications blackout as the probe completes humankind’s first flyby of Pluto.

  • Managing expectations of 28 million plus populace in 135 minutes
    Manoj Karki | WED, 30th ASAD 2072

    Kathmandu : Every year in mid-July just as Nepal is in the midst of monsoon, the Finance Minister of the country is at the heart of everyone’s attention. All major stakeholders from young to the old, rich and poor, from farmers to businesspersons and to civil servants eagerly listen to the usually around two and half hour-long speech aired live through TV and radio stations across the country.

  • Nepal’s constitutional jeopardy
    Thomas Bell | THU, 24th Asar 2072

    Nepal’s constitution drafting process stretches back to 2008, and most of the public is desperate to see the job finished. Especially after April’s devastating earthquake, the country urgently needs to move on, and one might think that any progress is a good thing.
    Tragically, the country’s political elite – which has cynically misruled the country for decades – is now attempting to ram through an illiberal draft in a “super-fast-track” process, which will reverse many of the rights that Nepali people have gained in recent years.

  • Heartwrenching Pictures Of The Devastation In Nepal
    Rohan Shrestha | 03 July 2015

    Three weeks after the earthquake hit Nepal, I made my way to Kathmandu from Mumbai along with a team of doctors (who were mostly my cousins and a few friends).

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