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Nepal (AP) Archeologists in Nepal say they have unearthed traces of a timber structure in southern Nepal that they say is the oldest Buddhist shrine. Kosh Prasad Acharya, who teamed with archeologists from Durham University in Britain, said Tuesday
Uttarakhand Additional Secretary (Home) Janardan Prasad Joshi accused of sexually assaulting a 29-year-old woman on the pretext of getting her a job in the tourism department Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna has asked the DGP to probe the
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Supplied Som Patidar and Ben Doherty New Delhi: Missing Australian man, Matthew Allpress, out of contact for nearly three weeks, was reportedly seen walking alone, apparently in good health, on a mountain trail in Nepal a few days into his planned
For once, the usually congested roads of Kathmandu were empty of cars and motorbikes no traffic jams, no honking, no near-fatalities. Tuesday was the general election in Nepal, and not even a bicycle was allowed on the road, partly out of fear that
Millions of Nepalis defied low expectations and threats of violence to vote Tuesday in elections seen as crucial in stabilizing the country and breaking its political deadlock seven years after a civil war ended. A bombing in the capital Kathmandu
The woman, Hira Bista, a resident of Achcham district, delivered the baby soon after casting her vote at the Babla VDC-6 polling centre, Nepalnews.com reported. Hira Bista had come to cast her vote lying on a stretcher at 8 a.m.
It's election time in Nepal, which means fire-bombed tourist buses, candidates being attacked and voters intimidated: the country's violent politics has never lived up to its mythical Shangri-la reputation. The past 10 days have seen a spate of
Nepal as India's alter ego by Michael Patrao Speaking Freely is an Asia Times Online feature that allows guest writers to have their say...Nepal, a 200-kilometer by 700-km tamarind-shaped country, and its larger-sized neighbor, India, have had a
But some say more realistic expectations for Tuesday's general election the first since the monarchy ended in 2008 could bolster progress...But hanging over the vote is deep disillusionment with a tumultuous political process that most here say has