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Devotees throng Hindu shrines to observe Bala Chaturdashi (In photos)

Posted Dec 06 2018 by RSS Filed under bala chaturdashi

Thousands of Hindu devotees from across the country have thronged in Pashupatinath temple and some other Hindu shrines from early morning on Thursday to pay homage to their near and dear ones, who died over the last one year, on the occasion of Bala Chaturdashi.
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Activists seeking justice for Nirmala arrested from outside President’s office (In photos)

Posted Dec 06 2018 by Samuel Chettri Filed under Kanchanpur rape, murder case, protest, President's office

Police have arrested #JusticeForNirmala campaign activists while they were staging demonstration outside the President’s office in Maharajgunj, Kathmandu on Thursday.
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Pulchowk Engineering Campus students protest demanding justice to Nirmala (In photos)

Posted Dec 05 2018 by Samuel Chettri Filed under Kanchanpur rape, murder case, protest rally, Pulchok Engineering Campus

Students of Pulchowk Engineering Campus on Wednesday organised a protest rally demanding justice to 13-year-old Nirmala Pant of Kanchanpur who was raped and murdered some four-months ago.
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Exploring mystical Mardi Himal in Annapurna region

Posted Nov 30 2018 by Sanjaya Lama Filed under Mardi Himal, Annapurna region, Pokhara, Dhampus

There is a popular saying in Nepal that a man once said: “Heaven is myth and Nepal is real.” It may sound cheesy but this statement was true for me during my recent trek to Mardi Himal.
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People bear the brunt of odd-even vehicle rule

Posted Nov 29 2018 by Sanjaya Lama, Samuel Chettri Filed under odd-even number plate system, Asia Pacific Summit

General people in the Capital faced the brunt of odd-even number plate system that has come into effect for four days from today in view of Asia Pacific Summit 2018.
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Singha Durbar: Where expensive cars go to die

Posted Nov 21 2018 by Anish Regmi Filed under junkyard, abandoned vehicles, singha durbar

Singha Durbar, the major administrative hub of the country, is converting into a junkyard of old and abandoned government vehicles. Almost every ministry premises inside the government complex has at least one vehicle that’s been left unused for a prolonged period.
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Int'l Buddhist scripture recitation commences in Lumbini (In photos)

Posted Nov 14 2018 by Manoj Poudel Filed under Buddhist holy scripture

A three-day International Tripitaka Recitation programme commenced at Lumbini, the birth place of Gautam Buddha, on Wednesday.
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New look of Narayanghat-Muglin road section (In photos)

Posted Oct 28 2018 by RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL Filed under Narayanghat-Mugling highway, road upgradation

The Narayanghat-Muglin road section, once synonymous to dusty roads, landslides and long traffic jams, has got a facelift after upgradation works.
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Sajha Yatayat launches electric bus in Kathmandu

Posted Oct 23 2018 by Post Report Filed under Sajha Yatayat, electric bus

Sajha Yatayat launched test operation of electric buses in Kathmandu on Tuesday.
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A colourful Dashain (In photos)

Posted Oct 22 2018 Filed under Dashain

A colourful Dashain
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Devotees throng Taleju Bhawani temple on Mahanawami (In photos)

Posted Oct 18 2018 by Post Report Filed under Mahanawami

The Taleju Bhawani temple at Hanuman Dhoka in Kathmandu has been opened to public on Thursday, on the occasion of Mahanawani, the ninth day of the 10-day Bada Dashain festival.
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Immersed in Dashain spirit (In photos)

Posted Oct 17 2018 by Post Report Filed under Dashain Spirit, devotees

Immersed in Dashain spirit
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