A new Information Technology bill proposed by the KP Sharma Oli administration has alarmed rights advocates as well as IT entrepreneurs, who say the law is not in line with the government’s messages about Nepal being open for business opportunities and foreign investment, and could stifle innovation in the country’s nascent but growing information technology sector.
An emergency meeting of the Executive Council of Tribhuvan University has suspended Baubalal Sah, Assistant Dean at the Faculty of Education, Tribhuvan University, for allegedly misbehaving with a female student.
Nepal Rastra Bank has directed commercial banks to maintain the spread rate at a maximum of 4.5 percent by the end of the current fiscal year ending mid-July. The central bank issued the directive through its mid-term review of the Monetary Policy released on Monday.
Following the footsteps of Melamchi Water Supply Development Board, Tanahu Hydropower Limited — the developer of Tanahu Hydropower Project — has terminated the contract signed with Cooperativa Muratori e Cementisti di Ravenna
Excellent batting efforts from Sita Rana Magar and skipper Rubina Chhetry steered Nepal to a comfortable 34-run win over Malaysia in the opening day match of the ICC Women’s World Cup Asia Qualifier in Bangkok on Tuesday
The best 14 U-19 cricketers of the ongoing Dhangadhi Premier League (DPL) will get opportunities to play six matches in Cape Town, South Africa, for two weeks under the initiation of Dhangadhi Cricket Academy (DCA) and Sports Ed.
The third edition of Pinkathon, franchise running event organised with a view to encourage healthy lifestyle of women, set to be held on Saturday in Kathmandu and will have participation of more than 2000 runners.
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The Parliamentary Hearing Committee has decided to investigate the credentials of Samim Miya Ansari, the chairman nominee of the National Muslim Commission, following complaints that his citizenship and academic certificates were dubious
Wooden pillars and remains of the 211-year-old Sohrakhutte paati, which was demolished as part of a road expansion drive in 2015, are all missing, but none of the authorities concerned are working towards finding and preserving the artifacts.
British Minister of State for the Armed Forces Mark Lancaster is arriving to Kathmandu on Wednesday for a four-day visit to address the decade-long demands put forth by the Gurkha Army Ex-Servicemen who served in the British Army.