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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 »

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

Women hesitate to open up about ailments even after living with such diseases for years. Read Full Story »

Ganesh Chaudhary 16 Jul 08:12 AM

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

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 »

House meeting postponed after dispute arises over who should speak first

Binod Ghimire 16 Jul 07:50 AM

Though analysts are divided over who should go first, they agree that the Speaker has failed in his mediatory role. Read Full Story »

Provinces say federal government is in bid to control provincial security operations

Tika R Pradhan 16 Jul 07:45 AM

Police adjustment bill, passed by a House committee, is yet another attempt to centralise power, provincial ministers say  Read Full Story »

Bankers and their conflicts of interest

16 Jul 07:00 AM

The central bank should be commended for its decision to enforce stricter controls.  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 »

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 »

Both Nepal and India have done little to address flooding along the border, officials say

Anil Giri, Suresh Raj Neupane 15 Jul 07:16 AM

Inundation becomes a hot button issue every monsoon, only to fizzle out in a few months Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Sunday, July 14

Post Report 14 Jul 06:30 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (July 14, 2019).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 »

Reviving an ancient system of healing

Prerok Regmi 14 Jul 06:30 AM

A reformation of ayurveda educational institutions and research in the field in Nepal is required. 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 »

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 »

Tribhuvan International Airport opens again after being closed down for eight hours

Sangam Prasain 12 Jul 07:31 PM

Yeti Airlines aircraft that skidded off the runway on landing could not be removed due to heavy rains, forcing all flights to be cancelled or diverted until 7pm.Read Full Story »

ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Friday, July 12

Post Report 12 Jul 06:30 PM

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (July 12, 2019).Read Full Story »

Tribhuvan International Airport temporarily closed after Yeti Airlines aircraft suffers 'runway excursion'

Post Report 12 Jul 01:08 PM

The Yeti Airlines aircraft careened around 20 meters off the runway into the grassy land. Read Full Story »

Nayak Paudel 12 Jul 11:32 AM

The police were frantic and immediately began their search for the fugitives. Read Full Story »

Heavy rains leave people at risk of floods and landslides 

Post Report 12 Jul 09:00 AM

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Heavy taxes on community forests irk community forest users

Chandan Kumar Mandal 12 Jul 08:19 AM

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Tehrathum villagers desert rural areas in search of greener pastures

Chandra Karki 12 Jul 08:04 AM

People are leaving their villages due to drinking water shortages, wild animals menace, food scarcity, and lack of education and health facilities  Read Full Story »

Rupa Gahatraj 12 Jul 07:59 AM

Campaigners are finding themselves at the receiving end of blame, ridicule and dislike for stopping child marriages Read Full Story »

Menuka Dhungana 12 Jul 07:52 AM

The DPO launches patrolling in remote villages that border with Kalikot, Doti and Surkhet districts Read Full Story »

Nepal has no proper control over pesticide usage

Kribina Pathak 12 Jul 06:00 AM

Pesticides and other chemicals used during the production of vegetables and fruits often do more harm than good. Read Full Story »

More public procurement provisions were violated in awarding national ID contract to French company

Anil Giri 12 Jul 06:00 AM

Although provisions mandate that the bidder provide the full security bond at contract signing, IDEMIA was allowed more time to submit the bond. Read Full Story »

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