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January 2, 2024

Transport Minister Prakash Jwala and Employment Ministry blamed for Balkumari Incident; Government to investigate

The House of Representatives, State Affairs and Good Governance Committee has instructed the government to investigate the role of Transport Minister Prakash Jwala and the Ministry of Labour & Employment in connection with the Balkumari Incident. Minister Prakash Jwala is facing severe criticism as two youths seeking employment in South Korea were killed during clashes […]

January 1, 2024

4-Point Agreement Between Government and Families of Deceased in the Balkumari EPS incident!

A Four-point agreement has been signed between the government and the families of the victims who died (मृतकका परिवार)) in the Balkumari EPS incident. Following are the agreements: 1. The government has agreed to provide suitable employment to one member from each family of the deceased. 2. The government has agreed to provide Rs 10 […]

December 30, 2023

10 Reason Why King Birendra is Loved by so many

Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev Shah was arguably the most beloved and admired King of Nepal. He ruled Nepal from 1972 until his tragic death in 2001. He shall be remembered as one who was loved by all and one who loved all of them back, as one who truly understood the needs […]

December 30, 2023

Heartbreaking Story of Sujan Rawat Who Died During Balkumari Protest

Bhakta Bahadur Raut’s family, which had been leading a normal life in Dailkeh’s Mahabu Rural Municipality, recently shifted to the New Bazaar for small business. Their life was going well until Bhaktabahadur was diagnosed with cancer, leading to significant challenges for the family. Despite their best efforts, Bhakta Bahadur succumbed to the illness last year […]

August 15, 2021

What Happening in Afghanistan??

Following the withdrawal of most U.S. forces from Afghanistan, the Taliban has made rapid advances across stretches of the country, seizing many provincial capitals from the embattled Afghan government in Kabul. The Taliban has raced closer to a complete military takeover of Afghanistan on Sunday after capturing almost all major cities, leaving only the isolated […]

July 14, 2021


TEAM SHER BAHADUR DEUBA (13 JULY 2021-)   Sher Bahadur Deuba has been sworn in as prime minister of Nepal for the fifth time in 20 years on 13 July 2021. Newly appointed Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has included two leaders of the Nepali Congress and Maoists in the government. Here is his tiny […]

June 10, 2021


Nepal’s caretaker Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is inducting seven ministers and one state minister today. PM Oli is making preparations to appoint Khaga Raj Adhikari as the Home Minister and Naina Kala Thapa as the Minister for Communication and Information Technology. Naina Kala Thapa is the wife of former Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa […]

June 6, 2021

Rajendra Mahato Talks About Dividing Nepal

Rajendra Mahato, the day after taking oath as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Urban Development, stated making Nepal a Multinational state, despite the Constituent Assembly and the Nepali people rejecting such an idea in the past. Rajendra Mahato should clearly know that Nepal is a nation comprising a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-religious, multi-cultural population with geographical […]

June 2, 2021

265th Death Anniversary of Legendary Warrior of Nepal – Kaji Kalu Pande

WORTH READING ? Bansidhar Pande popularly known as Kalu Pande was a Nepalese warrior and military general who was appointed as Kaji of The Gorkha Kingdom. He was born in 1770 BS/ 1713 A.D in Gorkha. He was the commander of the Gorkhali forces during the Expansion Campaign of Nepal. Along with being a warrior, […]

June 2, 2021

20-Years of Nepalese Royal Massacre

It’s been 20 years today since the Nepalese Royal massacre, which had shaken the entire world. Ten people including the entire family of late King Birendra were killed in the incident that took place on June 19 Jesth 2058 BS at the Narayanhiti Royal Palace – the then residence of the Nepalese monarchy. People at […]

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