• Number of wild tigers in Nepal almost doubled

    Number of wild tigers in Nepal almost doubled

    kathmandu September 23, 2018 09:16 Hot Recent News

    Nepal appears to be the first country to achieve the so-called TX2 target: a doubling of the wild tiger population in 2022. Since 2009, the number of tigers in the Himalayan state has increased from 121 to about 235. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has announced this on Sunday..

  • Smoking and crying pilot cause crash Nepal

    Smoking and crying pilot cause crash Nepal

    kathmandu August 27, 2018 16:16 Hot Recent News

    A chain-smoking and fiercely agitated pilot caused the crash of a passenger plane in Nepal, killing 51 people in March. In a research report, which has not yet been officially published, it says that the pilot had to cry and snort repeatedly during the flight of US-Bangla Airlines.

  • Children buried by landslide Nepal

    Children buried by landslide Nepal

    kathmandu August 6, 2018 11:18 Hot Recent News

    A landslide in Nepal killed eight children and a woman. Two houses were covered by falling rocks in the Bheri area, the Kathmandu Post newspaper reports. The child victims were between three and twelve years old.

  • Top performance: sherpa for 22nd time at summit Mount Everest

    Top performance: sherpa for 22nd time at summit Mount Everest

    kathmandu May 16, 2018 17:45 Hot Recent News

    Sherpa veteran Kami Rita (48) has reached the summit of Mount Everest for the 22nd time in his career as a mountain guide. He is now only record holder. The Nepalese Ministry of Tourism announced this on Wednesday. The routinier stood in the morning with a group of Chinese people on top of the highest mountain on earth, on the border of Nepal and Tibet.

  • Nepal bans old cars from streets

    Nepal bans old cars from streets

    kathmandu February 6, 2018 11:03 Hot Recent News

    South Asian Nepal will remove all cars that are 20 years old or older from the streets from mid-March. The government of the country wants to reduce the number of traffic jams and improve air quality. The ban applies to about 5000 vehicles. Taxis are excluded from the ban.

  • Climbers no longer just Mount Everest

    kathmandu December 30, 2017 13:06 Hot Recent News

    People who want to climb Mount Everest and other high mountains in Nepal are no longer allowed to go up on their own. Nepal has decided to reduce the number of accidents among mountaineers. Since 1920, at least two hundred people have died on Mount Everest.

  • Yeti is still bear or dog

    kathmandu November 29, 2017 11:12 Hot Recent News

    The myth of the Yeti, or the terrible snowman, is ineradicable. The giant monkey has been observed for centuries in the Himalayas and the Tibetan Highlands. Scientists have investigated nine alleged traces of the Yeti. The result is sobering: it concerns eight bears and a dog.

  • Nepal deletes menstrual banning

    Nepal deletes menstrual banning

    kathmandu August 10, 2017 12:33 Hot Recent News

    Nepal is renouncing an ancient Hindu practice in which women are worn out of their homes during menstruation. Parliament has adopted a law imposing a penalty of a fine of 25 euros, as was announced on Thursday.

  • 4 dead alpinists found at Mount Everest

    4 dead alpinists found at Mount Everest

    kathmandu May 24, 2017 08:39 Hot Recent News

    Just below the top of Mount Everest four dead mountain climbers have been found again, Nepalese government reports Wednesday. The deceased climbers were found by rescue workers who were looking for other accidentally injured alpinists. There are two foreign climbers and two local mountain guides.

  • Famous climber deadly falling into Himalayas

    Famous climber deadly falling into Himalayas

    kathmandu April 30, 2017 12:06 Hot Recent News

    The famous Swiss mountaineer Ueli Steck has fatalized at a Himalayan expedition in Nepal. The 40-year-old extreme athlete, who had the nickname 'Swiss machine', would have slipped down and fell down during the climb of Mount Nuptse, right next to Mount Everest. Steck is the first victim of this climbing season.

  • Free wifi in base camp Mount Everest

    Free wifi in base camp Mount Everest

    kathmandu February 9, 2017 12:09 Hot Recent News

    Mountaineers waiting in the base camp of Mount Everest in the right weather conditions for their climb to the top, do not get bored. Nepal's telecom watchdog These will construct free wifi-Lukla Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp.

  • Nepal marries one of three underage girls

    Nepal marries one of three underage girls

    kathmandu September 8, 2016 08:12 Hot Recent News

    The government of Nepal is doing too little to end child marriage. In Nepal, 37 percent of married girls before they are eighteen and 10 percent even before their fifteenth, although the legal age of marriage for both men and women is twenty. Boy about 11 percent marry before they are eighteen, says human rights organization Human Rights Watch.

  • Killed in bus crash Nepal

    kathmandu August 26, 2016 09:21 Hot Recent News

    Came in a bus accident in southern Nepal Friday least twenty people were killed and seventeen wounded, the police said. The vehicle hit by yet unknown cause of the road, hit a few times and fell a hundred meters deeper riverbed.

  • Nepal bus accident claims dozens of lives

    kathmandu August 15, 2016 12:51 Hot Recent News

    Least 31 people have been killed by a bus accident Monday in Kavre district in central Nepal. The Himalayan Times newspaper reported that at least fifteen passengers in the vehicle were injured.

  • Again climber died on Mount Everest

    Again climber died on Mount Everest

    kathmandu May 23, 2016 09:36 Hot Recent News

    On Mount Everest is a mountain climber deceased again. The IndiƫrSubhash Paulis after the Dutchman Eric Arnold and Australian Mary Strydom third climber who died in recent days on the slopes of the highest mountain in the world to altitude sickness, the Hindustan Times writes.

  • Dead and missing after the tragedy on Everest

    Dead and missing after the tragedy on Everest

    kathmandu May 22, 2016 19:45 Hot Recent News

    In a dramatic weekend for climbers on Mount Everest is the death toll now missing two Sunday again, two climbers from India for more than 30 hours. After the death of the Dutchman Eric Arnold (35) made from the same group of mountaineers also the 34-year-old Australian Maria Strydom living on the slopes of the highest mountain in the world.

  • Second dead on Mount Everest

    Second dead on Mount Everest

    kathmandu May 22, 2016 09:30 Hot Recent News

    The climbing expedition to the summit of Mount Everest has claimed a second victim. Last Friday, the group reached the summit of the highest mountain. The Dutchman Eric Arnold died a day later from the effects of altitude sickness. Now the expedition has claimed a second victim.

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