Deuba took the oath of office and secrecy on 13 July, a day after a five-member Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court reinstated the dissolved House of Representatives for the second time in five months
About 1,71,000 visitors went trekking in 2019 spending days hiking, eating in cafés, staying in inns and buying gear and equipment. In 2020 and again this year there were hardly any.
Abahani were scheduled to host Eagles on April 14 at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka but the countrywide lockdown due to the pandemic forced the hosts to suspend the match.
A year later, some are dreaming of a return to normal, thanks to vaccines that seemed to materialise as if by magic. Others live in places where the magic seems to be reserved for wealthier worlds.
In a Nepali wetland, a traditional craft helps a community earn a livelihood and keeps invasive weeds in check
While such initiatives will not permanently eradicate the invasive plants, uprooting large quantities helps to safeguard the ecosystem.
This was only 30 years after the installation of the world’s first hydropower plant on Fox river of Appleton, Wisconsin, in 1882, and a year before China built its first hydropower plant in 1912 in Yunnan province.
Nepal political crisis: China tells KP Oli, Prachanda to 'properly handle' disputes and strive for stability
China on Sunday rushed a high-level delegation to Kathmandu after its ambassador to Nepal failed to achieve a detente between Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli and his rival Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda'
High-level Chinese Communist Party delegation arrives in Nepal to 'take stock' of political situation
Beijing appears concerned over Oli's move to dissolve the House of Representatives and the evolving political situation that saw a split within the Nepal Communist Party
Nepal political crisis: Constitutional bench set to hear over dozen petitions challenging KP Oli's move to dissolve Parliament
Nepal plunged into a political crisis after President Bidya Devi Bhandari dissolved the Parliament and announced dates for mid-term elections at the recommendation of prime minister KP Oli on Sunday, sparking protests from a section of the ruling party and various opposition parties, including Nepali Congress
With China keeping no secret about its influence on Nepal politicians, India is unlikely to hold back in ensuring Kathmandu remains an ally and part of its sphere of influence.
Border disputes emerge between China and Nepal: A primer on historical context, attempts to resolve differences
Nepal and China have both denied the encroachments that were mentioned in the recent reported survey and they have decided to solve the dispute in an amicable way
R&AW chief's 'covert' visit to Nepal PM creates stir; Oppn diss KP Sharma Oli, calls move improper, objectionable
R&W chief chief Samant Kumar Goel's late night visit comes on the heels of a controversial cabinet reshuffle in Nepal which left the ruling NCP more divided than before
Reconstruction of earthquake-affected houses and operationalisation of a cross-border petroleum products pipeline were among the projects discussed
As KP Oli prorogues Parliament in bid to hang on to power, a look at how Nepal PM finds himself in this position
Nepal's domestic politics is in some ways comparable to Bihar's internal politics: There are no permanent enemies and no permanent friends
Nepal prime minister KP Oli admitted to hospital after complaining of chest pain; govt says it's a routine check-up
His press advisor Surya Thapa tweeted on social media that the hospitalisation was a part of his regular health check-ups.
Kathmandu's ancient water distribution system through stone spouts provides both water and arena for social theatre.
Coronavirus outbreak spreads to more countries as new cases slow in China; alarming clusters of disease continue to swell in South Korea, Italy, Iran
The coronavirus spread to ever more countries and world capitals Monday, and the US death toll climbed to six , even as new cases in China dropped to their lowest level in over a month.
India has no system to count its climate migrants but ranks fifth among countries most vulnerable to impacts of climate change.
Coronavirus outbreak: Govt asks citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Singapore, plans screening of passengers from Kathmandu, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia
In furtherance to the travel advisory issued earlier in the wake of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, the government on Saturday advised citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to Singapore
The deceased - two couples and four children - were part of a group of 15 people travelling from Kerala to Pokhara, a popular mountainous tourist destination.