August 13, 2020 14:57 (IST)
Follow us:
facebook-white sharing button
twitter-white sharing button
instagram-white sharing button
youtube-white sharing button
Ram Temple Trust head who shared stage with PM Modi in Ayodhya tests Covid-19 positive | Nagaland: Two NSCN militants apprehended with arms | Pranab Mukherjee alive and haemodynamically stable, former President's son Abhijit clarifies | India registers biggest single-day spike in Covid-19 cases, records close to 67,000 fresh infections | India registers highest single day recoveries of 56,110

Nepal records 259 new cases, 65 recoveries, one fatality

Kathmandu/UNI: Nepal’s Health Ministry said that the country on Tuesday recorded 259 new cases of COVID-19, taking the nation's tally to 21,009.

Nepal govt's decision to recommend Sushil Bhatt as CEO of Office of the Investment Board triggers row

Kathmandu: The decision taken by Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli government to appoint  Sushil Bhatt as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the "Office of the Investment Board" has sparked off a controversy specially after it was found that he has close links with foreign companies including China.

Nepal: 30 anti-Govt protesters detained

Kathmandu/UNI: Nepal police detained 30 activists to disperse an anti-government protest in the capital of Kathmandu, local media reported on Saturday.

Nepal Politics: KP Oli, Dahal strike fresh deal to prevent split in NCP

Kathmandu/UNI: The ruling Nepal Communist Party on Sunday managed to avoid the danger of split as party chairs KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal were close to inking a mutually beneficial agreement, thanks to the efforts of President Bidya Devi Bhandari.

Activists protest outside Pakistani Embassy in Kathmandu against atrocities committed against Hindus

Kathmandu: Protesting against the atrocities committed against the Hindu community in the south Asian country, members of the Hindu Civic Society in Nepal demonstrated in front of the Pakistani Embassy in Kathmandu recently.

China using corrupt leaders to make inroads into economically weaker nations like Nepal: Reports

A report has suggested that China makes inroads into economically weaker nations by using its corrupt leaders.

KP Oli led Nepal government rendered state system dysfunctional: Expert

Kathmandu: Nepal PM KP Oli-led government has rendered the state system dysfunctional, largely derailed democracy, and for all practical purposes, sent the 'republican' constitution into a coma, an expert has said.

Nepal’s official document reveals Chinese encroachment in seven districts

Kathmandu: Reflecting the aggressive stance followed by China, a document released by the Survey Department of the Ministry of Agriculture in Nepal has shown by 2017 Beijing has encroached 36 hectares of the country’s territory at 10 places along the northern border.

More trouble for KP Oli as Nepal Opposition protests against 'discriminatory' Citizenship Bill

Kathmandu/IBNS: In more trouble for Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli who was singing in the tunes of China days ago to target India, the Opposition in Nepal took to streets to protest against the new Citizenship Bill allegedly targeting the minority groups of the country.

China controlling Nepali village Rui Gaun for six decades since its capture

Kathmandu: Amid growing trouble with India, a media report has emerged which showed how due to gross negligence of the Nepal government, a village in Gorkha in the mid-western part of the Himalayan nation has been under Chinese control for six decades.

Nepal starts border row with India to divert public attention as China captures parts of it

Nepal has been engaged in a border dispute with India in recent times only to divert attention from China's move of occupying several areas in the Himalayan nation, media reports said.

Eight killed, 1 missing in western Nepal landslide

Kathmandu/Xinhua: A landslide occurred in western Nepal on Saturday has killed eight people, and a total of nine people were buried.

Nepal faces shortage of vital medical supplies over surging COVID-19 cases

Kathmandu/UNI: Nepal's Department of Health Services said it does not have a single ventilator in store for the hospitals if critical COVID-19 cases surge amid rapidly increasing cases recently.

More ‘can and must be done’ to eradicate caste-based discrimination in Nepal

New York/IBNS: Shocked over the killing last weekend of five men in Nepal, who had planned to escort home one of their girlfriends from a higher caste, the UN human rights chief on Friday stressed that ending caste-based discrimination is “fundamental” to the overall sustainable development vision of leaving no one behind.

COVID-19 cases in Nepal cross 300 mark

Kathmandu/Xinhua/UNI:  The number of COVID-19 cases in Nepal crossed 300 mark with the addition of nine cases on Monday morning, Nepal's Ministry of Health and Population said.