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ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Saturday, May 25

Post Report 25 May 07:30 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (May 25, 2019). Read Full Story »

Prime Minister Oli to visit Switzerland, UK and France next month

Anil Giri 25 May 07:18 AM

Officials say the prime minister will, among other things, sign bilateral agreements during his visit Read Full Story »

Traffic police book over 10,000 errant taxi drivers in five months

Anup Ojha 25 May 07:00 AM

3,000 of them get tickets for refusing to go to the designated places Read Full Story »

Prithvi Man Shrestha 25 May 06:30 AM

Seven provinces can raise Rs 8.76 billion each and 754 local units can raise Rs 9.57 billion, according to the National Natural Resources and Fiscal Commission. Read Full Story »

Three Pakistani nationals arrested with millions of Indian currency

Nayak Paudel 24 May 08:25 PM

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ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Friday, May 24

Post Report 24 May 07:00 PM

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The government needs to allocate more funding towards the education sector

24 May 07:00 AM

Since many poor and marginalised families rely on their children as a source of supplementary income, the immediate opportunity costs associated make the families reluctant to let these kids attend schools. Read Full Story »

Prithvi Man Shrestha 24 May 07:00 AM

Authorities amend public procurement regulation to discourage limited competition Read Full Story »

What does Narendra Modi’s landslide win mean for Nepal?

Anil Giri 23 May 10:33 PM

At a time of growing major power maneuvers in the region, foreign policy observers are watching with intrigue how India will balance its interests between China and the US actively engaging in Kathmandu. Read Full Story »

23 May 06:30 AM

Nepali Congress has decided to form a shadow government with its own cabinet that will parallel that of the ruling party. With this move, it seems like the Nepali Congress has finally woken up from its deep slumber and is ready to take on the government. Read Full Story »

South Asia has made progress in education enrolment but quality remains a challenge

Binod Ghimire 23 May 06:30 AM

There are more girls than boys in the school system in most of the countries in the region, including Nepal, according to reports Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Wednesday, May 22

Post Report 22 May 07:00 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (May 22, 2019).Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Tuesday, May 21

Post Report 21 May 07:00 PM

We bring you the big stories from The Post on May 21, 2019. Read Full Story »

Two incident of Indian nationals trying to rescue criminals arrested by Nepal Police has pointed serious lapses in border securit

Nayak Paudel 21 May 11:25 AM

Two different groups from India over the week tried to rescue two criminals arrested by Nepal Police in Rupandehi and Banke districts by crossing into the Nepali territory, resulting in violent scuffles.Read Full Story »

21 May 08:49 AM

Proposed rule of making the helmet a must for pillion riders is welcome Read Full Story »

If the BJP emerges victorious

Kashif Islam 21 May 07:00 AM

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No more bad management

Narayan Prasad Wagle 21 May 07:00 AM

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We need to promote high-end tourism

Sujeev Shakya 21 May 07:00 AM

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Mishra’s resignation throws the future of the governmental think tank into disarray

Anil Giri 21 May 07:00 AM

Insiders believe Chaitanya Mishra’s discomfort with governmental bureaucracy was the primary reason behind his departure Read Full Story »

Amended public procurement regulation may lead to summary termination of contracts

Post Report 21 May 07:00 AM

A large number of contracts of the ongoing development projects run the risk of being terminated following the government’s recent amendment to the public procurement regulations stating that no contract may be extended beyond half of the original period. Read Full Story »

Lack of preparedness raises red flags on Health Ministry’s ability to contain deadly diseases

Arjun Poudel 21 May 07:00 AM

TIA health desk ill equipped to identify and contain possible disease outbreaks Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Sunday, May 20

Post Report 20 May 07:21 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (May 20, 2019). Read Full Story »

Finance minister should avoid populist budget and focus on realistic programmes, economists say

Rajesh Khanal 20 May 10:35 AM

Yubaraj Khatiwada will present the budget for upcoming fiscal year amid mounting challenges Read Full Story »

As protest mounts, media bill draws ruling party members' ire

Tika R Pradhan 20 May 10:27 AM

Senior leaders and party-affiliated journalists are now openly criticising the government and the information minister over the controversial bill Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Sunday, May 19

Post Report 19 May 07:30 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (May 19, 2019). Read Full Story »

Game of one-upmanship begins in ruling party as power play intensifies

Tika R Pradhan 19 May 07:25 AM

Insiders say Dahal is in a bid to accumulate strength to put pressure on Oli Read Full Story »

Recruiting agencies warn of suspending operations for a week

Chandan Kumar Mandal 19 May 07:00 AM

Recruiting agencies have warned that they will be suspending all the works and stop departures of migrant workers for various countries if the government does not address their demands immediately. Read Full Story »

Mental health of migrant workers is a pressing issue, but it has been ignored

Arjun Poudel 19 May 07:00 AM

Experts say government needs to step up efforts to ensure well-being of Nepalis working abroad Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Saturday, May 18

Post Report 18 May 07:55 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (May 18, 2019). Read Full Story »

Prime Minister must not have power to sack university officials, say former vice-chancellors

Binod Ghimire 18 May 08:16 AM

Retired vice-chancellors from different universities in the country have demanded that the government withdraw the Bill to Amend University Acts, which allows the prime minister to remove officials from the government’s higher education institutions. Read Full Story »

Nayak Paudel, Prithvi Man Shrestha 18 May 08:10 AM

The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority filed corruption cases at the Special Court against former Deputy Superintendent of Police Baburam Adhikari and three government officials of Simara’s Land Revenue Office on Friday.Read Full Story »

Prithvi Man Shrestha 18 May 08:06 AM

Provincial government officials have said they are unable to decide the projects to be implemented by them in the new fiscal year as the federal government remains tight-lipped on the projects it would implement in the provinces.Read Full Story »

Nepali embassy institutes online provisions for no-objection certificate, but public laments it as too little, too late

Anil Giri 18 May 06:30 AM

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Rights activists say Oli government heading towards authoritarian rule

Tika R Pradhan 17 May 09:00 PM

Civil society members and human rights activists said on Friday that the government is heading towards authoritarianism, as its recent actions have been aimed at curtailing civil liberties, freedom of expression and freedom of press. Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Friday, May 17

Post Report 17 May 07:00 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (May 17, 2019). Read Full Story »

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