Nepal get silver medal in Taekwondo

Nepal added a silver medal to its medal tally in the 12th South Asian Games being held in Assam and Shillong of India.

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Politics of violence should be shunned from Buddha’s birthplace: PM

Lumbini (Rupandehi), Feb 14 2016
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Sunday has said that shutdown, strike and politics of violence should be shunned from the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini.

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Main News

Focus politics with economic prosperity: Chairman Dahal

Feb 14 2016
Chairman of the UCPN (Maoist), Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has said class struggle is the main basis of socialism.
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U-19 World Cup final: West Indies lifts maiden WC

PTI, Feb 14 2016
The West Indies team — with some brilliant batting after a quick succession of wickets — swept the Indian team aside to win the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup final by five wickets in Mirpur on Sunday.
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CIAA files corruption case against Dr Bhaktaman Shrestha

Post Report, Feb 14 2016
Dr Bhakta Man Shrestha, Chairman at BP Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital, has been charged with corruption.
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Health & Style

Saturday Features

Annapurna calling (photo feature)

Anuj D Adhikary
Calm, solitude and high altitudes: Chimti, an outpost shortly past Humde in the most tranquil middle of nowhere, will sedate any nerve. When air starts thinning out and breathing gets heavier, treat yourself to a warm glass of seabuckthorn juice against rippling reflection of the mountains.

A literary maze

Sewa Bhattarai
Whatever Danielewski warns you against in the book, you become, even against your will. And that tells you something about the powerful attraction of the story

Farewell SuKo!

SuKo had nothing, did something even though it brought the country nothing, and left the building with nothing too

The heart of the matter

While criticising politicians, we often forget that those among us are also to be blamed for our woes

Decoding frequencies

Prateebha Tuladhar
Nepali ads are yet to become about the products, because they are too busy being about our society

Trekking theatrics in Sindhupalchok

Mark Harris
Our play had no direct message, but tried to promote the simple idea that the art can bring people together, and that anyone has the capacity to be creative

Cold as glass

Preena Shrestha
Designed as an ode to human endurance, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s The Revenant might not hit the kind of emotional notes one wishes it did, but it does take your breath away with sheer visual extravagance

Together we click

Marissa Taylor
The trend started with Prashant Tamang, back in 2007, when he won the title of Indian Idol Season 3. An Indian with Nepali roots, Tamang was an instant hit with Nepalis residing in Nepal and India

Youth is wasted on the young

Adarsh Dhakal
With the U-19 team putting together a valiant display at the World Cup, the oft-asked question is again resurfacing—can the Nepali cricketing set-up help these young colts reach their true potential?