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Nepal Foreign Minister NP Saud rejects China's claim of airport being built under BRI

Kathmandu: Nepal Foreign Minister NP Saud has rejected the claims of the Chinese Ambassador to Nepal that an airport had been built under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Nepal.

Nepal chopper crash: 5 Mexican nationals, pilot die

Kathmandu: At least six people, including five Mexicans, died in a helicopter crash in Nepal on Tuesday.

Nepal: One dead, 17 missing in floods

Kathmandu: At least one person died and 17 others went missing in floods triggered by heavy rains in Sankhuwasabha district in eastern Nepal, local police said on Sunday.

Nepal: Chinese tourist disappears after staying in Kathmandu hotel for two months without settling bills

A Chinese national has disappeared without settling his bill after staying in Kathmandu's Hotel Sapana Garden for two months.

Closure of Nepal-China border crossing leaves small businessmen in trouble: Reports

Beijing: All border crossings between China and Nepal for the past eight years is causing troubles for small businessmen and traders who operate close to the border area.

Nepal: Calls to investigate Maoist cantonment scam increasing

Kathmandu: Nepal is witnessing a growing demand from various sections of the society to probe the alleged corruption in Maoist cantonments, media reports said.

China imposes new rules for foreigners visiting Tibet from Nepal

Beijing: The Chinese government has imposed new rules for tourists who wish to visit the Tibet Autonomous Region.

China planning to recruit Nepal's iconic Gorka soldiers into PLA: Reports

Beijing: China is planning to recruit Nepal's iconic Gurkha security personnel to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), media reports said Sunday.

Chinese monastery occupies entire Maya Devi Temple complex in Nepal before Buddha Purnima: Reports

Kathmandu: After managing permission from the Lumbini Development Trust to light a lamp, the Chinese monastery situated in the Lumbini area of Nepal has occupied the entire Maya Devi Temple complex, reports said.

Nepal PM to face third floor test as coalition party withdraws support

Kathmandu/IBNS: Nepal's Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal alias Prachanda, will have to undergo another round of floor tests within a month due to the withdrawal of support by one of the coalition members, Rastriya Swatantra Party.

Red Lantern Analytica alerts Bhutan that siding with China will cost it huge losses like Sri Lanka and Pakistan

New Delhi: Red Lantern Analytica, a New Delhi-based international affairs observer group, has released a statement alerting Bhutan that sliding with China will cost it huge losses like Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

Nepal’s growth faces slowdown amidst domestic and external challenges

Kathmandu: Growth in Nepal this year will be slower than previously projected due to the impacts of import restrictions, monetary policy tightening, higher inflation, and shrinking government expenditure reflecting lower government revenue, according to the World Bank’s twice-a-year country update.

Nepal: Police arrest 19 people, including nine Chinese nationals, on charges of online fraud

Kathmandu: Nepali police have arrested nine Chinese people for their alleged involvement in online fraud, media reports said.

Nepal: Kathmandu’s longest chariot festival honouring Lord of Rain commences

The chariot procession of Seto Macchindranath, one of the biggest chariot festivals celebrated inside Kathmandu valley, commenced on Wednesday, media reports said.

Nepal registers lowest growth in 7 years in Q1

Kathmandu: Nepal's economy grew at 0.8 percent during the first quarter of the current 2022-23 fiscal year which began in mid-July last year, the lowest year-on-year growth in the past seven years, the National Statistics Office (NSO) reported on Sunday.