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Rising from rubble, Nepal football hopes to find feet

Nepal was still coming to terms with the defeat suffered at the hands of India in a two-legged 2018 World Cup and 2019 Asian Cup joint qualifier.

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Nepal: Top-down Constitution-making and assertion of identity

Aspirations of ethnic federalism are powering movements of the kind that exploded in the killing of eight policemen in Tikapur this week.

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Protesters attack police with knives in Nepal; 9 dead, curfew imposed

The protesters from the Tharu ethnic group are demanding a separate state in the new constitution, which they say would give them a stronger say in local affairs.

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For Nepal’s stability

An honest stocktaking is needed in Kathmandu — and in Delhi


Constitution protests: Madhes-centric party quits Nepal Parliament en bloc

Resignations come amid mass protests across the country. On Tuesday, one person was killed and dozens were injured during a clash with police in Saptari district, 460 km from the capital.


Curfew imposed, army deployed after Nepal protest

As the protests intensified, Maoists Party Chief Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that the issue of demarcation of boundaries of the proposed six provinces was not final.


Nepal villagers recover human remains of 17 missing people

Government administrator Shiva Ram Gelal said Wednesday that the villagers in Langtang valley gathered the remains this week and reported it to authorities in Rasuwa district.


Irresolute nation

As Nepal fumbles with identity issues, an open threat of separatism raises new concerns.

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Landslides bury Nepal villages, killing at least 30 people

Rescuers pulled out 19 bodies after the landslide in the village in Lumle, about 200 kilometers (125 miles) west of Kathmandu, according to the National Emergency Operation Center.

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Nepal: Gadhimai temple pledges to look away from animal killings

Animal rights activists who have campaigned for years to stop the vicious practice rejoiced at the initial victory in having won the temple trust over. They

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Nepal Maoists burn down Indian school bus along Indo-Nepal border, no casualty

The Maoists, who had called for a bandh set the bus on fire at Nepalganj after asking all the children to get down.

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How ‘Hindu’ is ‘new’ Nepal?

A badly mismanaged transition phase in Nepal’s politics is coming to an end. But there is no clear exit from the disorder yet

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Draft Constitution: Nepal seeks public opinion, faces violence

Nepal’s Constituent Assembly had set a two-day period — which was criticised for being too short — to soliciting public opinion on the draft, which was adopted last week.


Protesters throw chairs at Nepal’s Deputy PM Prakash Man Singh

About 200 protesters from Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal stormed into the national stadium chanting slogans as Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh addressed a crowd.

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SSB awarded for role in preventing animal smuggling to Nepal

The award, given out by Humane Society International and People for Animals, is for SSB’s role in preventing smuggling of animals across the Indo-Nepal border.