Asha Special School and Rehabilitation Center: A story of dedication, passion and philanthropy

The school aims at ensuring access to education for children and youth with intellectual disabilities, inclusive education schools and occupational training centers.

Dipendra Kumar Pathak

Dr Swarnim Wagle appointed Vice-president of Rastriya Swatantra Party

NL Today

Kathmandu: The joint meeting of the Central Committee and the Parliamentary Party of Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) concluded in Janakpur

Nepal visit of Qatar’s State Minister for Foreign Affairs: ‘Help us in freeing Bipin Joshi,’ Nepali side said
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Kathmandu: Nepali ministers and officials from Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal

Dr Govinda KC demands dismissal of Health Minister Basnet  
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Kathmandu: Dr Govinda KC, who has been advocating for medical

Politicians, experts discuss various aspects of Nepal-India relations
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Kathmandu: Politicians representing various parties and foreign policy experts here

Police, protesters clash in Balkhu, few injured

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Kathmandu: A clash erupted between police and supporters of Durga Prasai as they tried to

Experts blame centralized mindsets and bureaucracy for poor implementation of federalism

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Kathmandu: The nation appears to be witnessing probably the first large protests against the current

Nepal’s WHO debacle: The inside story

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Kathmandu: Effective diplomacy is a prerequisite for any country’s vibrant presence in international fora. Sadly,

17 years of Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA): Survivors in dire need of justice

Narayan Neupane

Kathmandu: It has been 17 years since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA)

President Paudel postpones Europe visit

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Kathmandu: President Ramchandra Paudel’s visit to France, Italy, and Germany scheduled for this Wednesday has

‘Cancel your Europe trip, use that money for relief and rescue,’ Rabindra Mishra tells President Paudel

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Kathmandu: Rabindra Mishra, senior vice-president of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP), has asked President Ram

Why Rastriya Swatantra Party should shed its ambivalence on federalism

Simone Galimberti

Can it be possible that the party made up by smart people, successful entrepreneurs, practitioners and intellectuals, get it so wrong about federalism? Last week, the Rastriya Swatantra Party officially endorsed a “federalism minus minus

A look into social security of the government of Nepal

Aarashi Ghimire

From a strictly South Asian perspective, Nepal is the third country to initiate some form

Creativity, the creator economy and TikTok ban

Bimal Pratap Shah

A profound transformation is underway as capitalism shifts away from its conventional industrial model towards

Nepal’s urban development: How to finance urban climate smart investment?

Rudra Prasad Ghimire

Nepal is extremely exposed to natural catastrophes. And as the climate change effect continues, Nepal’s

Long read| Human rights in eastern civilizations: Sanatana Dharma as a way of life

Dr Surya P Subedi

The Sanatana Dharma (Eternal Law or Universal Moral Code) was followed by the Vedic people

Interview | ‘Now is the time to effectively implement the Nepal Building Code:’ Suresh Hada, Senior Engineer

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Engineer Suresh Hada, currently the Director of Robust Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd based in Melbourne, holds a Master of Engineering Science from University of Melbourne. In his over 35 years of experience in the engineering

Understanding the UN system from the eye of a journalist from the global south
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Jagdishor Panday is a journalist, researcher and writer. Panday, currently associated with Kantipur daily, was

71 years of service in health and community development: A look at International Nepal Fellowship’s Nepal programs
Yam Bahadur G.C.

Today marks the 71st anniversary of International Nepal Fellowship, one of the pioneer nonprofit organizations

CARE responds to earthquake in Jajarkot and Rukum West districts of Nepal
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Kathmandu: CARE Nepal, one of the largest and oldest humanitarian aid organizations fighting global poverty,

Jajarkot and Rukum West earthquake kills more than 80 children with another 5,000 left homeless in freezing conditions
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Kathmandu: More than 80 children were killed in an earthquake in remote northwestern Nepal at

Celebrating International Day of Medical Physics 2023 at BP Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital
Pratiksha Shahi

Since 2013, the International Day of Medical Physicists has been

MoHP says the stock of medicines and health equipment for earthquake victims is sufficient for the time being
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Kathmandu: Following a strong earthquake in Nepal on Friday night,

Lessons learned from WHO Regional Director election for South-East Asia
Padam Simkhada

Saima Wazed from Bangladesh has been nominated as the next

Saima Wazed of Bangladesh elected Regional Director for WHO South-East Asia
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Kathmandu: Saima Wazed has been elected as Regional Director for

Asha Special School and Rehabilitation Center: A story of dedication, passion and philanthropy

The school aims at ensuring access to education for children and youth with intellectual disabilities, inclusive education schools and occupational training centers.

Dipendra Kumar Pathak

Hetauda: Imagine a person who, though not originally from Nepal, holds Nepal close to her heart. Hailing from Spain, thousands of miles away from Nepal,  she has devoted her young

AIDIA signs MoU with Azerbaijan’s ADA university

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Kathmandu: The Asian Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (AIDIA) and the Institute for Development

Kathmandu University to hold International Conference on federalism and Inclusive Democracy

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Kathmandu: The Kathmandu University School of Law (KUSOL) is gearing up to host the “International

Resonating Journeys: The Heart of Bhutan in “Bhutan to Blacktown”

Ram Karki

I recently completed Om Dhungel’s “Bhutan to Blacktown,” which deeply resonated with me as it vividly described various locations in Bhutan, particularly Guru Bau’s village, Chengmari, where I was born. That even took me to be among the hundreds of