Five people killed in bus accident in Nepal

At least five persons were killed and 15 others injured today in Nepal when two passenger buses collided on a busy highway in Dhading district.

Nepali man dies during indefinite fast for justice

 Nanda Prasad Adhikari has died while staging a "fast-unto-death" the past 11 months for pressing for his demand that his son`s killer during the country`s insurgency era be brought to justice.

Nepal's last king Gyanendra suffers 'mild' heart attack

Nepal's last king Gyanendra Shah was admitted to a hospital here following a "mild" heart attack and is recovering well after an angioplasty was performed on him, his doctor said on Sunday.

India, Nepal agree to complete field work in border

 Nepal and India have formed two panels to look into the boundary issue for the first time and finalised the terms of reference (ToRs) of the Boundary Working Group (BWG).

South Asia facing new threats of terrorism: Rajnath

India on Friday voiced concern over the new threats of terrorism and violence posed to South Asia especially after the withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan this year and asked SAARC countries to chalk out strategies to check radical groups and extremist ideologies.
 

India concerned about religious radicalism along Nepal border

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday expressed concern over the growth of religious fundamentalism in areas along the India-Nepal border.

NDA govt committed to reviving SAARC: Rajnath Singh

The NDA government at the Centre is committed to reviving SAARC as a major forum to promote active collaboration in the region, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Thursday.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh to attend SAARC meet in Kathmandu

Home Minister Rajnath Singh will leave for Kathmandu on Thursday to attend the sixth meeting of SAARC Home Ministers to be held on Friday.

India trains Nepali officials to fight money laundering, terrorist financing

The Indian government has approved a Capacity Development Programme for the officials of the Department of Money Laundering Investigation (DMLI), Nepal, and other stakeholder ministries in the Nepal government to counter the challenges of money laundering and terrorist financing.

Six killed, three missing as landslides hit Nepal

At least Six people were killed and three went missing after rain-triggred landslides struck central and western Nepal, where a restaurant located on the banks of a lake in tourist spot Pokhara was burried on Monday.

Toll in Nepal floods rises to 101

The toll in floods and landslides hitting western Nepal since last week has risen to 101, while 126 people remain missing and 17,000 have abandoned their homes, officials told Efe news agency Monday.

Nepal-China trade halted due to Sunkoshi tragedy

The Nepal-China trade has been severely hit due to the damage caused by the worst landslide in over a decade in the country`s northeast which cut off a major land route connecting the two nations via Tibet.

Nepal gay community demands equal rights in new Constitution

Nearly one thousand transgenders today paraded on streets of Kathmandu demanding equal rights and opportunities in the new Constitution for more than 800,000 gays and lesbians in Nepal.

Nepal ends search for landslide survivors, declares 156 dead

Nepal on Wednesday called off a search for survivors and declared 156 people dead after a landslide at the weekend, making it the deadliest to hit the Himalayan nation in three decades.

Nepal rescuers stop search after heavy rain: Official

Heavy rains in Nepal on Tuesday forced rescuers to halt their search for bodies buried under tonnes of mud following the deadliest landslide in the country for almost a decade, police said.

Modi`s Jeet Bahadur a celebrity at home

His popularity has reached new heights, and now people are lining up outside his family`s small house in a Nepal village to catch a glimpse of him.

PM Modi terms Nepal trip memorable, thanks govt of Nepal

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who returned on Tuesday from a two-day bilateral visit to Nepal, has termed the trip memorable and thanked the Nepalese government for their warmth and affection.

India promises all help to Nepal for drafting of Constitution

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday underlined the need to accomplish the task of drafting Nepal`s Constitution within a year and assured all help to the country for this purpose.

India, Nepal to review 1950 pact, secure border

India and Nepal Monday agreed to "review, adjust and update" a 1950 bilateral friendship pact and not to let "unscrupulous elements" misuse their open border to pose threats to the two countries.

Modi announces Rs 25 cr for construction of dharamshala at Pashupatinath Temple in Nepal

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi prayed at Nepal`s Pashupatinath Temple on the auspicious occasion of `Shravan ashtami` on Monday and granted Rs 25 crore to build a 400-bed dharamshala in the temple complex.