Nepalese Voice Logo
RGIT Australia Barista
Gurkhas Brunswick
World

Trump, Ghani agree U.S. can help develop Afghanistan's rare earth minerals

U.S. President Donald Trump and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani agreed at a meeting in New York on Thursday that U.S. companies could help develop Afghanistans rare earth minerals, the White House said in a statement. They agreed that such initiatives would help American companies develop materials critical to national security while growing Afghanistans economy and creating new jobs in both...


72nd UN General Assembly: Who is saying what?
Source: Agencies

72nd UN General Assembly: Who is saying what?

The 72nd United Nations General Assembly is in session at UNs headquarters in New York. Leaders of various nations have spoken what matters to them, and many are yet to do so. The United States: Representing United States, President Trumps speech at the UN General Assembly has been creating quite a stir. In his speech, Mr. Trump vowed to totally destroy North Korea if it threatened the Unit...


Mumbai inundated for the second time in one monsoon season
Source: Reuters

Mumbai inundated for the second time in one monsoon season

Heavy rains battered Indias financial hub for the second time in weeks causing massive disruption at the countrys second busiest airport and forcing authorities to shut down schools and colleges. Monsoon rains that lashed Mumbai since Tuesday evening delayed services on the heavily-used suburban train network in a city that is home to Indias two biggest stock exchanges and the headquarters of s...


Hurricane Maria: Dominica ravaged and Puerto Ricans brace themselves for the worst
Source: AFP/Getty Images

Hurricane Maria: Dominica ravaged and Puerto Ricans brace themselves for the worst

It was about midnight, as Hurricane Maria was battering the Caribbean nation of Dominica, that Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit took to Facebook. Roofs everywhere, he wrote, were being torn off by the powerful storms winds. He himself had to be rescued from his official residence. We will need help, my friend, we will need help of all kinds, he said, describing the damage as mind-boggling. ...


7.1 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico, 240 and more feared dead
Source: AFP and Agencies

7.1 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico, 240 and more feared dead

A powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake has killed at least 240 people, including 22 pupils from one school in central Mexico, according to officials. The tremor on Tuesday struck 8km southeast of Atencingo in the central state of Puebla, about 120km from the capital, Mexico City, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. Scores of buildings collapsed into mounds of rubble or were severely damaged i...


2017 Media Forum on Belt and Road Initiative kicks off in China

The 2017 Media Forum on Belt and Road Initiative kicked off in the Chinese city of Dunhuang, a key transit point in the ancient Silk Road on Tuesday. Representatives of media outlets and think tanks from 126 countries including Nepal are participating in one of the largest regular international media forums. Hosted by the Peoples Daily, the event is attended by the representatives of over 300 m...


Trump blames bureaucracy for UN's inability to reach goals

U.S. President Donald Trump criticized the United Nations for bloated bureaucracy and mismanagement on his first visit on Monday to U.N. headquarters, calling for truly bold reforms so it could be a greater force for world peace. Ahead of his maiden speech to the annual U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday, Trump hosted a short event to boost support for changes to the United Nations. In recent ...


Wayne Rooney pleads guilty to drink driving, faces a 2 year driving ban
Source: BBC News

Wayne Rooney pleads guilty to drink driving, faces a 2 year driving ban

Former England captain Wayne Rooney has appeared in court and admitted drink-driving. He was arrested when police stopped a car in Wilmslow, Cheshire, in the early hours on 1 September. The 31-year-old was banned from driving for two years and ordered to perform 100 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12-month community order. Rooney was also ordered to pay 170 when he appeared at Stockport...


Rohingya Crisis: UN Chief warns Aung San Suu Kyi of 'last chance' before irreversible crisis

Nobel Peace prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi is facing tremendous pressure as the Rohingya crisis continues and worsens. She is not attending the UN General Assembly and is staying in Burma to try and control the security situation. The UN has warned Suu Kyi that if no action is taken to stop the crisis there will be no coming back from this.In an address to the nation on Tuesday, Ms Suu Kyi is exp...


South Asia satellite launched
Source: rss.np

South Asia satellite launched

The South Asia satellite, a new communication satellite, was launched by India on Friday with the intent to interlink the South Asian countries through telecommunication and broadcasting services. Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended congratulatory messages in the video conference on the launch of the satellite developed and funded entirely by the I...


Right side one
Right Side Two
Right Side Three
Right Side Four
Right Side Five
Right Side Six
Right Side Seven
Right Side Eight
Before Footer