Wednesday 7th December 2022

Nepal Makes Grim Record of Fourth ‘Most Corrupt’ Nation in South Asia!

Nepal has shattered a grim record as one of the most corrupt countries in South Asia.

Foreign Employment Permits ‘Surge’ in Nepal as Pandemic Subsides!

As the coronavirus infection curve continued to flatten across the world, Nepalis aspiring to work in

With 1.7% Active Cases, Nepal Reports Highest Recovery in South Asia!

As the global countries, including the US, Brazil, Russia, and the UK, continue to witness thousands

US Congress Certifies President-elect Joe Biden’s Victory!

The US Congress on Thursday officially certified President-elect Joe Biden as the next US President, hours

Terrorists Kill At Least 100, Injure 75 in Two Niger Villages!

Almost 100 people were killed in a terrorist attack, suspected by jihadists, on two villages in

The 10 Most Popular Audiobooks to Turn ‘Hours of Boredom’ into ‘Bliss’

No matter what’s going on in the world, books can be a perfect portal to freedom

Nepal, China Announces New Height of Mt Everest at 8,848.86M

On Tuesday, Nepal and China jointly announced the newly measured height of Mount Everest to be

COVID-19 to Heighten the Threat of Poverty and Income Inequality!

The coronavirus pandemic has profoundly affected the world. More than 1.5 million people have lost their

Enhance your Typing Experience with 6 Exclusive iPhone Keyboard Features

Nowadays, the iPhone is considered one of the leading smartphone brands. Side-by-side, it has also acquired

UK Approves Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, First Shots to Roll Out Next Week!

The United Kingdom has become the first western country to authorize a COVID-19 vaccine, giving the

Ethiopia’s Yehualaw Finishes Delhi Half Marathon with Second Fastest Run Ever!

Ethiopia’s Yalemzerf Yehualaw registered a stunning 1:04:46 victory at the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon in the

Nepalis In Australia launch ‘Studyinfocentre’ to Help Students in Abroad Studies

Nepalis living in Australia took the initiative and launched a new portal to help students research

Kamala Harris Becomes First Woman, First Black, First South Asian US Vice President

Kamala Devi Harris has made history as the ‘first woman, first black, first Indian American, first

Joe Biden Becomes 46th President of the US After Beating Trump!

Joe Biden, a former two-term vice president under Barack Obama and Senate veteran for 36 years,

World Bank to Provide NPR 9.36Bn to Nepal for Enterprise, Economic Development!

At the right moment, when Nepal is struggling to cope up with the economic implications of

World Stroke Day: 70% of Strokes Occur in Low- and Middle-income Countries

Stroke is a major cause of disability and death globally that disproportionately affects people in low-

Live News: Global COVID-19 Updates: 41.1 Million Cases, 1,131,289 Deaths!

The coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the world, infecting millions of people and claiming

Bahrain Prince Becomes ‘First Royal from Gulf’ to Scale Mt. Lobuche

Prince of Bahrain Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, along with his expedition team, has successfully

Nepal Receives NPR 1.54 Bn ‘Post-earthquake Assistance’ From India!

As a part of its commitment towards assistance and rehabilitation after the deadly earthquake in 2015,

Nepal Tourism Receives NPR 5.50Bn FDI in First Two Months of Current FY

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has become a welcome respite for the Nepali tourism sector at the

Nepal Plans to Reopen to International Tourists from Mid-October!

After almost five months of a prolonged shutdown, the Nepali Government plans to reopen the country

Nepali Peacemaker Senchurey Bags ‘International Peace Award 2020’

Rajendra Senchurey, a Nepali peacemaker, has been selected as the winner of the ‘Books for Peace

Sandeep Lamichhane Set to Play IPL 2020 After CPL 2020!

After a sizzling performance in the 2020 Caribbean Premier League (CPLT20) in Trinidad and Tobago, Nepali


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