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Nepal blacklists several Chinese contractors

Kathmandu: The deterioration in the service provided by Chinese workers and their products have forced Nepali government to blacklist two Chinese companies.

Bad weather caused Nepal plane crash, 21 bodies recovered so far: Prelim report

Kathmandu/UNI: A preliminary investigation into the Tara Air aircraft crash in Nepal has pointed to bad weather as the reason for the crash in which 21 bodies were extricated from the wreckage strewn on the hillside.

Nepal plane mishap: 16 bodies found

Kathmandu: Nepal on Monday said that rescuers have recovered 16 bodies from the site where a Twin Otter aircraft of Tara Air went missing on Sunday with 22 people on board including four Indians.

Nepal plane mishap: 16 bodies found

Kathmandu: Nepal on Monday said that rescuers have recovered 16 bodies from the site where a Twin Otter aircraft of Tara Air went missing on Sunday with 22 people on board including four Indians.

Nepal: Wreckage of crashed Tara Air plane located

Kathamandu: Nepal Army officials on Monday said the search and rescue troops have physically located the Tara Air plane crash site.

Tara Air: Nepal Army to resume search on Monday for missing plane in Dhaulagiri mountain range

Kathmandu: The Nepal Army said they would resume search and rescue operations on Monday morning in the Dhaulagiri mountain range for the Tara Air Twin Otter plane that is believed to have crashed in cloudy weather with 22 people onboard, including four Indians and two Germans.

Nepal plane with 22 onboard, including 4 Indians, crashes near river

Kathmandu: A small passenger plane operated by a private airline in Nopal that went missing on Sunday with 22 people on board, including four Indians has been located, and search and rescue operations have been started.

Nepal plane with 22 onboard, including 4 Indians, missing

Kathmandu/IBNS: A small passenger plane operated by a private airline in Nepal went missing on Sunday with 22 people on board, including four Indians, reports said.

One-China policy: China targets Nepal over visit of US leaders

Beijing/Kathmandu: Amid a flurry of arrivals from the United States and a senior official’s recent meetings with Tibetan refugee leaders in Kathmandu, Beijing has indirectly warned Kathmandu that Nepal’s One-China policy should not be affected by any other factors—internal or external.

Nepal responsible for torture, rape and killing of teenage girl: UN rights committee

New York: Authorities in Nepal must thoroughly investigate the February 2004 torture, rape and execution of a 16-year-old girl by security forces during the country’s civil war, the UN Human Rights Committee said in a ruling on Monday.

Nepal: Hoax bomb threat call from Pakistan hits domestic air service from Tribhuvan International Airport

Kathmandu: The domestic terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal's capital Kathmandu witnessed chaos and panic on Wednesday after receiving an alleged bomb threat call from Pakistan.

Nepal should become a 'demonstration garden' for friendly cooperation among countries: China

Beijing: A top Chinese official has said Nepal should become a "demonstration garden" for friendly cooperation among countries.

Amid dwindling forex reserves, Nepal limits imports

Kathmandu: The Nepal government has imposed restrictions on the imports of non-essential goods, including cars, cosmetics, and gold, in order to save its foreign currency reserves, BBC reported on Tuesday.

Nepal peacekeeper killed; UN strongly condemns attack in DR Congo

New York: The UN chief on Tuesday together with the Security Council, strongly condemned an attack by suspected militia members, on peacekeepers serving in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which left one Nepali ‘blue helmet’ dead.

Nepal should be extremely cautious while accepting loans from China: Senior economist

Kathmandu, Nepal: A senior Nepalese economist has said the Himalayan nation should be extremely cautious while accepting loans from China.