Gautam Buddha Int'l Cricket Stadium's co-founder Kattel mentally tortured by loan burden of Rs 180 million

KATHMANDU, March 22 -- Comedian Sitaram Kattel, who is popularly known as 'Dhurmus', co-founder of the Dhurmus Suntali Foundation, has revealed that he has been undergoing mental torture for two years... Read More

Rainfall with lightning and hailstones across the country likely today

KATHMANDU, March 21 -- At present, along with the local winds, western winds are also influencing the country, according to the Meteorological Forecast Division. Due to its effect, it is currently rai... Read More

NRB instructs financial institutions to open its service outside Kathmandu Valley despite Ghode Jatra festival

KATHMANDU, March 21 -- Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has instructed the banks and financial institutions to maintain banking services for transactions outside the valley on the occasion of Ghode Jatra, even... Read More

Government to accept grant worth 50 million Euros

KATHMANDU, March 21 -- The government has decided to accept a grant aid of 50 million Euros from the European Union for the school education sector programs. A cabinet meeting held on Monday also dec... Read More

Two dead, 26 injured in truck accident in Kailali

KAILALI, March 21 -- Two people died in an accident involving a tractor with a trolley (Se 1 Cha 8870) last night in Joshipur rural municipality-7 in the southeast region of Kailali. 26 others were i... Read More

NAC's Twin Otter grounded for carrying 150 kg more baggage than its capacity

KATHMANDU, March 21 -- The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has grounded the crew members of a Twin Otter aircraft of the Nepal Airlines Corporation for violation of rules. According to CAAN, ... Read More

Nepal's Aasif Sheikh wins the 2022 CMJ Spirit of Cricket Award

KATHMANDU, March 21 -- Wicketkeeper batsman of Nepal Aasif Sheikh has been declared the winner of the 2022 Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket Award. The Award is presented every year by the... Read More

Somalia drought could lead to 135 deaths a day: UN study

MOGADISHU, March 21 -- The record drought sweeping the Horn of Africa may lead to 135 deaths a day in Somalia between January and June this year, the health ministry, WHO and UNICEF said in a study re... Read More

Stop Russia-Ukraine War for the Greater Interest

Nepal, March 21 -- It has been a year since the Russia-Ukraine war. The war is still going on and shows no signs of stopping. Thousands have already died, injured and maimed, thousands of houses and s... Read More

Office of the Attorney General gives 'clean chit' to RSP Chair Lamichhane in passport fraud case

KATHMANDU, March 21 -- The decision courts serious controversy as government is accused of misusing its powers to expand its support base The Office of the Attorney General has decided not to proceed... Read More