Nepal heading to humanitarian crisis: Thapa to Indian envoy

Thapa urged the Indian envoy to help ease the supply of essentials including petroleum products and LPG as the country is heading towards a humanitarian crisis.

Nepalese parties agree to advance Constitution amendment bill

Prime Minister K P Oli called a meeting of all major political parties at his residence this morning to find a way out of the ongoing political crisis in the nation.

Madhesis, ethnic groups announce fresh month-long protests

Nepali Defence Minister Bhim Rawal said the government is engaged in diplomatic efforts towards lifting the "undeclared blockade" imposed by India in southern border of Nepal.

Madhesi lawmakers protest in Nepal Parl; meeting postponed

They also demanded stern action against security personnel who were involved in the shooting last night at Saptari in which two Madhesis were killed.

Mild earthquake measuring 4.1 magnitude on Richter scale hits Nepal

A total 408 aftershocks with 4 or more magnitude have been recorded over the past 100 days in Nepal.

Madhesis to allow passage of drugs to Nepal, India looks for new routes

Nepal's hospitals and private medical distributors reported running short of drugs due to the so far two-month-old violent protests along the Nepal-India border.

March launched to support earthquake survivors in Nepal

The Nepal earthquake which happened in April killed over 9,000 people and injured more than 23,000 was followed by about 300 aftershocks.

Constitution drafting is our internal matter: Nepal

Nepal's remarks came in response to the joint statement in which India and the UK stressed the importance of a inclusive constitutional settlement in Nepal.

Nepal’s economy sinking, supplies shouldn’t be linked to politics: Ambassador

 Nepal's ambassador to India Deep Kumar Upadhyay has said his country's economy was sinking and there was need for immediate steps for restoring supplies from India, which have been disrupted due to agitation by Madhesi parties over the new constitution.

Nepal footballers charged with treason over match-fixing

Five Nepal five players are charged with treason over alleged match-fixing in World Cup qualifiers in 2011.

Nepal deputy PM accuses India of trying to annex Terai

'The blockade of key border trade points with India which is led by Indian-origin Madhesis was part of Indian conspiracy to annex the Terai region'

Indian envoy calls on Nepal President, discusses bilateral ties

There has been strain in India-Nepal relations in recent weeks in the wake of protests by Indian-origin Madhesis against the new Constitution.

Modi speaks to Nepal PM, takes up killing of Indian in police firing
Modi speaks to Nepal PM, takes up killing of Indian in police firing

During the telephonic conversation, PM Modi expressed concern over the incident and requested for details.

Don't interfere in our internal affairs, Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli warns India
Don't interfere in our internal affairs, Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli warns India

Tensions inflamed by anti-constitution sentiments flared a new on Monday.

Austrian climber missing in Himalayas: Nepal official

A 27-year-old Austrian climber has been missing for three days in Nepal's Himalayas.

Nepal's major parties vie for the post of President

Nepal's new president will be elected tomorrow.

Nepal elects first woman as parliament speaker

 Nepalese lawmakers on Friday elected the country's first woman speaker of Parliament following formation of a new government after promulgation of the Constitution.

Take this flight to reach closest to the majestic Mount Everest
Take this flight to reach closest to the majestic Mount Everest

In less than 60 minutes of the flight, you can fly close to Mt. Everest, the world's highest peak in the central Himalayas on the border of Tibet and Nepal.

KP Sharma Oli elected new Nepal Prime Minister
KP Sharma Oli elected new Nepal Prime Minister

 KP Sharma Oli was on Sunday elected as the next Prime Minister of Nepal defeating incumbent Sushil Koirala in a contest which became necessary after parties failed to forge a consensus amid violent protests over the country's new Constitution.

Nepal to elect new PM through voting in Parliament on Sunday

Nepal's new Prime Minister will be elected on Sunday through voting in Parliament after political parties failed to forge consensus, it was announced on Friday, amid continued protests and blockade of a key border trade point with India over the country's new Constitution.