03 Aug 2015
Kathmandu: At least 90 people have been killed across Nepal in the past two months due to floods and landslides triggered by heavy rains, authorities have said.
30 Jul 2015
Kathmandu: At least 25 people, including 13 women, were killed and several others went missing today after landslides triggered by heavy rains buried houses across Nepal.
31 Jul 2015
Kathmandu: At least 33 people, including 13 women, were killed yesterday and over 20 others reported missing after landslides triggered by torrential rains swept away houses across Nepal, already devastated due to a massive temblor in April and the subsequent aftershocks.
30 Jul 2015
Dhaka: South African off-spinner JP Duminy took two quick wickets to reduce Bangladesh to 154-3 at tea on the opening day of the second Test in Dhaka on Thursday.
30 Jul 2015
New Delhi: The singing sensation of the country Sonu Nigam, who has a golden voice, turned 42 today. He ruled the nation for over two decades with his soulful voice and won many awards.
25 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Have you ever heard of 'Kidney village'? If not then this news may give you a high-voltage shock. Believe it or not but a Nepalese village known as Hokse, is the hub of Kidney donors where almost everyone has sold their kidneys in order to fulfil their basic necessities of life.
24 Jul 2015
Erbil(Iraq): A US air strike in Afghanistan has killed a high-ranking al Qaeda operational commander, the US military said on Friday. The US military named the target of the strike as Abu Khalil al-Sudani, saying he was killed in a July 11 strike in the Bermal district of Afghanistan's Paktika province.
27 Jul 2015
Gurdaspur: In the first major terror strike in Punjab in eight years, heavily-armed militants in army uniform today sprayed bullets on a moving bus and stormed a police station, killing six persons, including an SP, and injuring eight others in Gurdaspur bordering Pakistan.
21 Jul 2015
Neyveli (TN): Around 15,000 employees of public sector Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) yesterday night commenced an indefinite strike to press their demand for wage revision.
09 Jun 2015
Kathmandu: Nepal's warring political parties have sealed a landmark 16-point deal to end years of deadlock over contentious issues of Constitution-drafting, agreeing to a Parliamentary system and eight provinces, in a rare show of unity following the devastating quakes.