Politics

Feuding among Nepal's communists threatens merger

Analysts say ruling communist party and its junior ally, the Maoists, are 'in permanent chaos' over governance.

Feuding in Nepal's communist alliance threatens merger

Asia

Thousands of Nepal quake survivors still in makeshift shelters

Thousands of survivors of a massive earthquake from three years ago, say the government has not lived up to its promise of providing them with permanent housing.

Asia

Nepal government to ban vehicles older than 20 years

This is part of an effort to control air pollution in the country.

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Asia

Stolen ancient statues return to Nepal from US

Thousands heritage artefacts were stolen from Nepal, but a statue of Shiva and his wife that were taken to the US have been returned decades after their theft.

Cricket

Cricket in Nepal: Are hopes for a revival on the cards?

Nepali cricket team has now been recognised, but lack of infrastructure and support to players remain big hurdles.

One-Day International status gives Nepal cricket hopes of revival

Mount Everest

Sherpa to climb Mount Everest for a record 22nd time

"I am not extremely happy, excited or very sad no matter how many times I climb."

Sherpa to climb Mount Everest for a record 22nd time

Nepal

Nepal-India water disputes spur farming crisis

Nepalese farmers say water-sharing treaties between Nepal and India are diverting water from their farms and giving them nothing in return.

Cricket

Nepal cricket team strikes international recognition

Cricket is a popular sport in Nepal, but has been hampered by mismanagement and players and fans hope the ODI status will boost Nepal to a permanent place as a competitive international team.

Asia

'Miscommunication' blamed for Kathmandu plane crash

At least 49 die after US-Bangla Airlines lands in 'wrong direction' at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport.

Reporter's Notebook

Still getting away with rape in Nepal

When the rest of the world is talking about #MeToo, in the South Asian nation the conversation feels like a non-starter.

Still getting away with rape in Nepal

Media

Charges against Nepal journalists ‘attack on press freedom’

Journalists from Nepal’s largest newspaper have been charged with contempt of court after publishing critical stories about the country's chief justice.

Nepal

Nepal: Former revolutionary sworn in as prime minister

Communist party member who spent 14 years in jail becomes Nepal's 41st prime minister with many challenges ahead.

Nepal: Former revolutionary sworn in as prime minister

Nepal

Pro-China communist leader appointed new Nepal PM

KP Oli from Communist Party of Nepal was sworn in on Thursday as country's 41st prime minister.

KP Sharma Oli appointed Nepal's new prime minister

Reporter's Notebook

The plight of Nepal's migrant workers

With Nepal's unemployment rate at 40 percent, many young men and women say their only option is to find work abroad.