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Flights at airports obstructed, over 200 foreign tourists stranded
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Flights at airports obstructed, over 200 foreign tourists stranded

Flights at the Phaplu, Lukla and Syangboche airports have been obstructed, following bad weather condition due to incessant rainfall and dense fog for the past 11 days. As a result, more than 200 foreign tourists have been stranded, the airport authorities said. Of the total four airports in the district, Kangel Danda airport has been closed for the past two years while flights at other oper...


Romanian trekker goes missing in Annapurna circuit

A Romanian tourist, Adina Monica Popescu, 26, has gone missing from July 16 in Annapurna Region Trekking. She was trekking along Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) route alone. She had entered the Annapurna region after buying permit from Annapurna Conservation Area Project Permit Counter on July 12. She was scheduled to get back to Pokhara on July 17. She had made a contact with th...


Indian citizen commits suicide due to inability to obtain a PR

An Indian citizen living in Melbournes Sunshine, Deepak Singh committed suicide on Sunday. Deepak arrived in Australia as an international student in 2008 from Amritsar, Punjab to pursue a diploma in community welfare. His aim was to settle down in Australia after finishing his course. However, a change in Skilled Occupations List during his course time rendered him ineligible for permanent ...


Prosecutor says 42 killed in Ankara attacks
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Prosecutor says 42 killed in Ankara attacks

The Latest on what appears to be an attempted military coup in Turkey (all times local): NTV television is quoting the prosecutors office in Ankara saying at least 42 people have been killed in attacks in the capital. According to Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, the number of soldiers who were arrested in the coup plot has increased to 130. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan earlier said that...


We are aware of the obligation to hold local polls at the earliest
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We are aware of the obligation to hold local polls at the earliest

Chairperson of the Commission for the Determination of the Numbers and Boundaries of Village Bodies, Municipalities and Special, Protected or Autonomous Regions in federal Nepal, Balananda Paudel, says the commission is working day and night to submit its final report to the government at the earliest, so as to pave the way for local elections. What are the bottlenecks? And why is restructuring of...


Woman being investigated for child trafficking to USA

Police have started investigation against Rajani Shrestha, the managing director of Putalisadak-based Sara Link International Pvt Ltd., on suspicion of trafficking nine Nepali children to the United States of America. Shrestha had flown to New York on June 24 with 12 children for summer school. Four of the children were female while the other eight were male. All the children were below 16 year...


Whether they are Pahadis or Madheshis, they are Nepalis first

Senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vijay Jolly is no stranger to Nepal. His extensive ties with Nepali political leaders of all persuasions frequently bring him to Nepal. He was recently in Kathmandu to take part in the general convention of Nepal Family Party. Subhash Ghimire and Guna Raj Luitel caught up with the ex in-charge of BJPs Foreign Cell to understand what the ruling party in...


Five Nepali workers dying in UAE every month
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Five Nepali workers dying in UAE every month

As many as five Nepali migrant workers on average have been dying every month over the last three years in the UAE, according to the figures maintained by Embassy of Nepal at Abu Dhabi. The age range of the dead workers is between 20 and 49 years, according to the embassy official. The average age of the deceased is 32 years. A total of 184 Nepali migrant workers died since the fiscal year 2013...


The danger right now is that the two sides are not even talking
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The danger right now is that the two sides are not even talking

Political analyst and Professor of Political Science Krishna Khanal argues that timely elections of local bodies, provincial assemblies and federal parliament is the only solution to the current political and constitutional logjam. He, however, maintains that agitating Madheshi forces must be taken into confidence first. He discussed some of these issues in an extensive interview with Republicas B...


Mega cities planned for all 7 provinces
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Mega cities planned for all 7 provinces

The Prime Ministers Office has envisaged one mega city in each of the seven provinces, linking them with rail and road networks. Besides serving as the federal capitals, these proposed cities will have special productions, energy plants, urban transport and telecommunications that will suit the social, economic and cultural realities of the geography and contribute to income generation and empl...


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