9 hrs ago
India -China have to build a model relationship
The visit of the Chinese premier Li Keqiang to New Delhi comes in the wake of the heightened border tension and growing mistrust and suspicion between the two neighbouring Asian giants.
13 hrs ago
Live video call from Everest summit causes controversy
"Its a very proud moment to be here. Its been two-and-a-half-years in the making," said a British explorer Daniel Thomas Hughes in the first ever video call from the top of the Mount Everest, Sunday morning.
17 hrs ago
There is a unique if expected element to the ongoing 'unity convention' between the Rastriya Prajatantra Party and Rastriya Janashakti Party at Bhrikutimandap in the heart of Kathmandu: It is hard to find many young faces among the gathering masses.
Sun May 19, 2013
Politics comes as an appendage to almost everything in Nepal. Either we almost never tried to separate it from the rest, or it is just the way politics runs in a country inflicted with poverty, illiteracy and corruption, which every decade is witness to a revolution.
The PEON power
Similarities between political trajectories of Nepal and Pakistan after 1960s have been striking.
Nepal, India to discuss cross-border crime - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, May 19: Nepal and India have decided to discuss cross-border crime to curb this menace on the 1,700-km border shared by the two countries, an official said here Sunday.
Saudi woman scales Everest summit as country warms to women in sports
Saudi woman Raha Moharrak reached the summit of Nepal's Mount Everest, the world's highest peak, in a first for the conservative Muslim kingdom where women's sports are severely restricted, tourism officials said on Sunday.
ANA set economic agenda for 31st convention
The umbrella organization of the Nepalese residents in US, the Association of the Nepalese America has set economic agenda for its 31st convention, to be held form 4th -6thJuly in Westchster in US.
Sat May 18, 2013
UML Politburo member Urmila Aryal, actress Rekha Thapa join UCPN
The duo was inducted into the party by Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal amid a programme at the party office in Kathmandu.
Fri May 17, 2013
Photo: Rime ice forms as climbers summit
Traffic chokes the Hillary Step on May 19, 2012. Some climbers spent as long as two hours at this 40-foot rock wall below the summit, losing body heat.
Craven Nepal links are forged
Close links are being forged between pupils in Craven and youngsters in remote village schools in the Dhading district of Nepal.
Thu May 16, 2013
US backs Nepal system to detect forest fires
Hira Pulami peels bark from the trunk of a pine tree burned in a forest fire that broke out in mid-April in Seti Devi village, 16 km southwest of Kathmandu.
Plane with tourists crashes in Nepal
The plane was trying to land at Jomsom located some 200km northwest of Kathmandu today when it crashed on the banks of Kaligandaki river, Nepal police said.
South Asia in Search of Coordinated Climate Policy
A man carries water through a busy alley in Kathmandu. Experts say water management is vital in South Asia due to erratic rain patterns.
21 hurt in Nepal plane crash, including eight Japanese
KATHMANDU: Twenty-one people were hurt, including eight Japanese tourists, when a small plane skidded off a Nepal airport runway on Thursday and plunged into a river, police said.
Tue May 14, 2013
Kathmandu is all set for Buddha Purnima
The Swayambhu Nath Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal, is all set with the shine of sacred coloured liquid paints to mark the 2557th birth anniversary of the Lord Buddha on May 25.
Asia News Network
Kathmandu Valley a hub of small arms, reveals study
The final destination of most of the trafficked small arms via the Nepal-India border is Kathmandu Valley, a study has revealed.
The New Zealand Herald
Himalayan hero hoping to head home
A Queenstown climber and the injured companion he rescued after a terrifying fall on a Himalayan mountain are hoping to head home this week.
Outer ring road a hard sell among Valley public
The news about outer ring road construction had brought cheers to the valley public.