Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav has urged political parties to resolve the ongoing political and constitutional crisis in the country before he returns from India later this week.
Hindi movies are back in cinema theatres in Nepal from Thursday----10 days after hall owners decided to stop screening them following a ban imposed by a breakaway faction of ruling Maoists.
Officials in Nepal say a dozen inmates including Indian and Bangladeshi nationals dug a tunnel and escaped from a prison in the Himalayan country's southeast.
Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav on Tuesday gave parties more time to form an ‘unity’ government after they failed to reach consensus within the deadline that expired a day earlier.
Some passengers in the aircraft that crashed near the international airport in Kathmandu today were heard "wailing and screaming", said an eyewitness who recalled the horror.
At the peak of a raging insurgency in 2002, Nepal's Maoist leadership wrote a letter to the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in an attempt to garner support for their internationally 'outcast' outfit.
Nepal government’s hopes of holding early polls to elect a new Constituent Assembly has got a setback with President Ram Baran Yadav rejecting two election-related ordinances.
Nepal government's hopes of holding early polls to elect a new Constituent Assembly has got a setback with President Ram Baran Yadav rejecting two election-related ordinances. Utpal Parashar reports.
It's a small world these days. Mobile phones, Internet and social networking sites in the past five years have reduced the communication gap like never before in human history.
Biting a man proved costly for a cobra as Mohammad Salmo Miya, resident of a village in Morang district in eastern Nepal, attacked a white cobra measuring nearly six feet when the reptile was fleeing after biting him. Utpal Parashar reports.
A twelve-year-old Nepali boy lost his life after his father shot him mistaking him to be a monkey, Utpal Parashar reports.
Integration of former Maoist combatants into Nepal Army, an important aspect of Nepal's stalled peace process, is set to resume from September. Utpal Parashar reports.
Despite growing clamour for his resignation, Nepal Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai has expressed unwillingness to step down till there’s agreement among parties on his successor. Utpal Parashar reports.
The good news is that Nepal's major political parties have resumed talks to end the three month political crisis following dissolution of the Constituent Assembly without a constitution.
The uneasy relationship between Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav and the ruling Maoist-led coalition is being tested again over proposed amnesty for crimes during the civil war.