Pronounced ‘dead’ by hospital, newborn comes alive before burial

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The hospital, later issuing a press release, maintained that the baby was born "premature" and "extremely low birth weight" thus it was difficult to evaluate

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Historic Indra Jatra festivities commence

KATHMANDU, Sept 13: Indra Jatra is one of the most celebrated festivals in Nepal and large masses participate in the long processions that throng the streets of the Kathmandu valley. The

Grand Nepali Cultural Festival to be held in South Korea

Reporters Club: Keeping in mind the vision of visit Nepal 2020, the national union for singers of Nepal will organize a grand cultural festival in South Korea. The festival will

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Bhimdatta municipality office torched

KANCHANPUR, Sept 13: An unidentified group of people torched the office of Bhimdatta municipality-19 in the district on Thursday night. The group of people broke open the office and set

Service and sacrifice for our Nation supreme, responsibility and transparency key: Commander- in- Chief Thapa

KATHMANDU: Speaking at the completion of one year of his appointment as the Commander- in- Chief of the Nepalese Army, Purna Chandra Thapa gave an address of optimism, dynamism, and

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Attack on NC Banke President Koirala: three held, search for others continues

BANKE, Sept 13: Police held three persons among the guilty for their involvement in assaulting Nepali Congress Banke President Kiran Koirala. Police Inspector Poshan Thapaliya, chief of Dhanauni Area Police,

No support from the Centre, State still progressing toward development: CM Raut

KATHMANDU, Sept 12: The Chief Minister of province 2, Lal Babu Raut spoke about the current progress made by the state. At a special interaction program organized by the Reporters

Marijuana: Its enhancement toward well being

The use of, sale or possession of Marijuana is illegal in Nepal. It is known in our society as a dangerous drug, its consumption which leads to various deplorable incidents

Govt planning to conduct self-funded Rhino census in March next year

The wildlife department was able to raise only 10 percent of the Rs 10 million required for conducting the census. Although the park generated Rs 290 million in revenue last

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Biplav’s son Prakash arrested for fanning protest in Chitwan Medical College

The Chitwan Police have arrested Prakash Chand, son of Netra Bikram Chand 'Biplav' and 14 others on charge of fueling protest programs and disrupting service at Chitwan Medical College.