Nepal opposition leader vows not to pass constitutional amendment, as
tens of thousands protest proposed change.
by Anurag Acharya
War & Conflict
by Saif Khalid
Organ trafficking12 Sep 2016 09:50 GMT
Human rights lawyer Rajendra Ghimire on Asia's kidney black market and the devastating effects of organ trafficking.
Human Rights08 Sep 2016 08:44 GMT
In a new report, Human Rights Watch criticised the government for failing to follow through with promises of reform.
Asia05 Sep 2016 08:17 GMT
Listen to the Al Jazeera story of Nepal's civil war and the subsequent democratic transition in the words of people.
War & Conflict30 Aug 2016 11:47 GMT
Ten years after the war, relatives of nearly 1,400 disappeared see little hope of finding loved ones or seeing justice.
Nepal26 Aug 2016 05:46 GMT
At least 16 rescued as efforts under way to recover more bodies after bus fell into Trishuli river in Chitwan district.
Haiti19 Aug 2016 08:56 GMT
World body stops short of saying it caused the epidemic, but acknowledges role in crisis that has killed nearly 10,000.
Nepal15 Aug 2016 15:38 GMT
Rescue operation under way after bus heading to Kavre, east of Kathmandu, veers off a road in Kavrepalanchok district.
Nepal03 Aug 2016 11:37 GMT
Former communist rebel leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal becomes prime minister for the second time.
India30 Jul 2016 19:26 GMT
At least 52 dead in the Indian states of Assam and Bihar following monsoon rains that also hit Nepal and Bangladesh.
Nepal30 Jul 2016 07:58 GMT
'These women broke the ground; now there's been some societal changes and more women are gaining independence.'
Nepal24 Jul 2016 17:17 GMT
Oli swept into power in 2015 but has faced fierce criticism over his handling of protests in the impoverished nation.
Healthcare28 Jun 2016 03:23 GMT
Sumana Shrestha gave up a high-powered job in the US to return home and help heal survivors of the devastating quake.
Nepal31 May 2016 03:37 GMT
One year after Nepal was devastated by an earthquake, desperate villagers wait for government funding to rebuild.
Nepal18 May 2016 14:08 GMT
After centuries of being overlooked and marginalised, Nepal's Muslims are hoping for a brighter future.
Politics18 May 2016 00:50 GMT
Demonstrators in Kathmandu demand federalisation but many believe it is tantamount to fragmenting the country.
by Anurag Acharya
by Thomas Bell
by Daoud Kuttab
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