Nepal is reopening Mt. Everest for mountaineers after a massive earthquake hit the country in April. Continue reading
Carter, in a remarkably candid discussion with reporters, detailed the spread of melanoma cancer to his liver and brain, spoke of his legacy and regrets, and flashed his megawatt smile as he let loose a few quips. Continue reading
KATHMANDU, Aug. 13 (Xinhua) — Young Nepalese citizens are now taking an active role in the reconstruction of the Himalayan nation after it was devastated by a massive earthquake on April 25 Continue reading
Sometimes nature wreaks havoc, but sometimes the random violence of a natural disaster may leave some things in better order than before. Continue reading
Kathmandu – In collaboration with Turkish Airlines and Royal Mountain Travel, a team of international bloggers, journalists, and tour operators have arrived Nepal for revival of the Nepalese tourism, and its potentiality. Continue reading
LALITPUR: Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City has decided to reopen Patan Durbar Square, listed in the UNESCO world heritage sites, for the public and tourists from tomorrow.
Mira Rai is a young Nepalese athletic who is well recognized for her free spirit and her triumph over long and tough mountain races. She grew up in a remote eastern part of Nepal along with rugged landscapes, walking up and down in the hills at her daily basis. Like many others, she also ventured from her village to the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu, to try her luck. When her anticipated luck in Kathmandu was running out, one morning she came across with one runner who mentioned her about a long running race in the local hills. In that race, she crossed the finishing line in a promising time and that was when the world sees a ne Continue reading
POKHARA: If everything goes well, construction of the proposed Pokhara international airport will start soon as a delegation of Chinese Exim bank and the concerned company visit Pokhara.
A team comprising bank Deputy General Director Zhao Liang and CAMC Engineering Corporation’s vice-chairpersons Shengcheng Liv and Zhang Yun arrived in Pokhara today.
Small holes on a weathered cliff are the first impression one would make of the human-dug caves in the Lo Manthang/Mustang region, now dubbed “sky caves” by the US-based NGO Skydore Foundation, which initiated the Mustang excavation project in 2008.
The relics discovered inside the caves, however, suggest something very profound – that a rich culture once flourished inside these caves, some even dug as high as 70 to 100 meters off the ground surface, that too more than 3,000 years ago. Continue reading