Stories Tagged 'Kathmandu'
There is something about the Kathmandu’s winter mornings. When early sunlight hits the dewed streets and the city begins to stir awake, time feels slow and the air lighter.
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Generations of tourists have been drawn to Nepal since it opened its doors in the 1950s. Those from Europe and America came seeking what they imagined had been lost in the West.
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The Metropolitan Police Crime Division (MPCD) of Nepal Police has said that the Armed Police Force (APF) personnel deployed at the Rasuwa-Kerung border, the only trade route currently in operation between Nepal and China, had colluded in smuggling 88 kg gold to Kathmandu.
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A police team deployed from Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police have seized 15 kg gold out of 22 kg that was smuggled from China and arrested seven persons in connection with the smuggling.
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Police on Wednesday arrested a man for his alleged involvement in the murder of a woman.
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The 18th session of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Senior Officials’ meeting held in Kathmandu on Thursday, has underlined the need of early finalisation of BIMSTEC free trade area agreement.
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