Kripa Joshi, who grew up in Kathmandu, is the brain behind the character
Criminals frequently change address to escape authorities. Sometimes they even cross over to neighbouring countries. Utpal Parashar reports.
India and Nepal have agreed to exchange information to combat terrorism and curb criminal activities like human and drug trafficking and smuggling of Indian counterfeit currency across their open border.
This year saw the first woman amputee and the first female twins scaling the Everest. All of them are from India.
India and Nepal today began home secretary-level talks here, during which New Delhi is likely to raise issues of security and effective management of an open border that the two countries share.
Security and border management would be the focus of the three day home secretary level talks between India and Nepal that will begin in Kathmandu on Saturday.
A 44-year-old pregnant grandmother from Nepal has become the country’s latest celebrity after winning the grueling Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon on Wednesday.
Five years after he last scaled Mount Everest, 80-year-old Japanese mountaineer Yuichiro Miura did it again on Thursday morning - becoming the oldest to achieve the feat. Utpal Parashar reports.
Arunima Sinha, a former national level volleyball player, who had lost her left leg after thrown off a moving train by some hoodlums, created history on Tuesday by becoming the first Indian amputee to conquer Mount Everest.
The lofty peak of Everest witnessed ‘height’ of Indo-Pak friendship yesterday when two sets of siblings from both countries reached there almost together.
Some people are never easily satisfied. Spanish climber David Liano Gonzalez belongs to that tribe. On Sunday morning, the 33-year-old reached the summit of Mount Everest (8,848 m) from the north (Tibet) side. This was his fifth ascent of the world's highest peak. Utpal Parashar reports.
Seven persons including two Japanese tourists have been critically injured when the twin otter aircraft carrying them crashed near the airport at Jomsom in western Nepal today morning.
An online campaign is underway seeking release of a Nepali teacher who has been lodged in a Qatari jail for over a week now on charges of insulting Islam.
Is Dawood Ibrahim still actively involved in sending fake currency notes to India using the porous Indo-Nepal border? The answer seems to be in the affirmative. Utpal Parashar reports.
Binod Chaudhary feared that his life was running aground when his father’s illness forced him to abandon his dream of becoming a chartered account and join the family business at the age of 18, Utpal Parashar reports.