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ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Tuesday, July 16

Post Report 16 Jul 07:26 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (July 16, 2019). Read Full Story »

Chitwan National Park builds and restores ponds for rhinos 

Ramesh Kumar Paudel 16 Jul 08:38 AM

Given the number of natural deaths among rhinos, the park has upgraded its ponds and water pits in a bid to stop infighting among themselves.  Read Full Story »

Hariram Uprety 16 Jul 08:29 AM

Forest office aims to turn the area into a sustainable farming zone Read Full Story »

Baitadi women await health camps to seek treatment for reproductive health-related ailments

Tripti Shahi 16 Jul 08:21 AM

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Ganesh Chaudhary 16 Jul 08:12 AM

Quality of work exhibited by contractors in the current fiscal year has been subpar. Read Full Story »

Prithvi Man Shrestha 16 Jul 08:00 AM

Erring sub-national governments may get reduced budget in the following fiscal year which could affect development projectsRead Full Story »

Arjun Poudel 16 Jul 08:00 AM

At least 13 people doing time in the Sundhara prison managed to cope with the difficulties and take out ample time for study. All 13 who sat for the Secondary Education Examination held in May have passed with good grades. Read Full Story »

Climate scientists gather in Kathmandu as country reels from floods and landslides 

Chandan Kumar Mandal 16 Jul 08:00 AM

Policymakers and climate scientists hope that the timing of the gathering in Nepal is perfect for drawing global attention to Nepal and the whole region which is highly vulnerable and already witnessing adverse impacts of climate change. Read Full Story »

After diplomatic fiasco over Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro’s son visits Nepal

Anil Giri 16 Jul 07:58 AM

Nicolasito is here to discuss politics and bilateral ties—at the invitation of the ruling party’s sister wing. Read Full Story »

Tourist arrivals to Chitwan reach all-time high of 185,644

Ramesh Kumar Paudel 16 Jul 07:00 AM

The national park is home to 125 tigers and 605 one-horned rhinos, making it a must-see destination for wildlife enthusiasts.Read Full Story »

Where can you buy the best wireless earphones in Kathmandu?

Bivek Khatiwada 16 Jul 07:00 AM

A pair of great earphones regularly top lists of essential gadgets, but how do you find one that best suits you?  Read Full Story »

Nepal’s place in a changing world order

Sujeev Shakya 16 Jul 07:00 AM

It is important to look at how Nepal will plan its engagement with the world. Read Full Story »

Death toll from floods and landslides reaches 69

Post Report 15 Jul 09:58 PM

31 people are missing and 38 have sustained injuries, according to the Ministry of Home AffairsRead Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Monday, July 15

Post Report 15 Jul 07:00 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (July 15, 2019).Read Full Story »

Fees for bachelor level medical courses likely to increase 

Nayak Paudel 15 Jul 06:04 PM

The new fee structure should be enough to run the medical institutions effectively, say private and government medical institutionsRead Full Story »

Bungal declared far-west’s first ‘Chhaupadi free’ municipality 

Basanta Pratap Singh 15 Jul 08:45 AM

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Pratap Bista 15 Jul 08:40 AM

Crossing the swollen river to attend school is full of risks for students in Faparbazaar. Read Full Story »

Road construction works in Baglung lack in quality

Prakash Baral 15 Jul 08:36 AM

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Chandani Kathayat 15 Jul 08:30 AM

Rs 100 million allocated under under ‘people’s road programme’ Read Full Story »

Health Ministry urges international agencies to extend help in flood- and landslide-hit areas

Arjun Poudel 15 Jul 08:00 AM

Officials say three teams of doctors are being deployed to flood-affected areas in Pathlaiya of Bara district, Lahan of Siraha district and Bardibas of Mahottari district. Read Full Story »

Riverside squatters in Thapathali spend sleepless nights

Anup Ojha 15 Jul 07:57 AM

When water level rises, members of squatter households keep vigil with torch lights Read Full Story »

Preventing another setback, Tribhuvan Airport will offer short window for Nepal Airlines flight to Japan

Sangam Prasain 15 Jul 06:30 AM

Airport officials are making an exception by opening the airport for 30 minutes during the construction phase of the taxiway in September. Read Full Story »

Export revenues from listed products inch up 2.7 percent 

Rajesh Khanal 15 Jul 06:30 AM

Earnings increase due to a rise in demand for medicinal herbs, woollen carpets, yarns and textiles. Read Full Story »

Sources in Communist Party of Nepal say the outfit is not convinced by government’s call for talks

Tika R Pradhan 15 Jul 06:30 AM

Chand outfit has put forth three conditions for dialogue, including an official invitation letter Read Full Story »

The new faces of wedding planning in Kathmandu

Sachitra Gurung 15 Jul 06:30 AM

From helping you conceptualise the perfect venue to designing the perfect dress, MP Nepal is all about making your fairytale wedding a reality. Read Full Story »

Urban sprawl encroaching the floodplains is costing us dear

15 Jul 06:00 AM

Sclerotic urban planning compounded with reckless use of land are the primary reasons for the severity of floods witnessed in the last few years.  Read Full Story »

Sudhir Mittal: Young people need to spend time reading

Sirzu Bajracharya 15 Jul 06:00 AM

In this interview with the Post’s Srizu Bajracharya, Shree Airlines Chairman Mittal reveals how he has found returning home to work, and the opportunities he sees within the aviation sector. Excerpts: Read Full Story »

These photos show the havoc caused by the monsoon across the country

Post Report 14 Jul 02:06 PM

Floods and landslides claim over 40 lives as incessant rain damages highways and drives hundreds of people homelessRead Full Story »

Binod Ghimire 14 Jul 08:00 AM

Experts suggest selection on merit ending the practice of handpicking officials based on their political affiliationRead Full Story »

Central Bank spooks investors with delay in Monetary Policy

Rajesh Khanal 14 Jul 08:00 AM

With only three days left in the current fiscal year, it remains to be seen if the Nepal Rastra Bank will publish the monetary policy.Read Full Story »

Remittance is great, but what of the workers suffering abroad?

Prabha Poudyal 14 Jul 06:30 AM

National politics play a factor in youth seeking employment abroad.Read Full Story »

'God is angry because this is not done': Bungamati residents yearn for the rebuilding of iconic temple

Chase Brush 14 Jul 06:30 AM

Reconstruction on the Rato Machhindranath temple, one of the holiest Hindu sites in the Valley, has stalled, leaving residents disheartened.Read Full Story »

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