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The two-day stop-over visit of the Chinese President is set to begin from October 12. As per the schedule, Chinese President Jinping will be landing in capital Kathmandu at around 4:30 PM.

The security forces are on alert and two MI 17 helicopters have been kept in standby mode for deployment in case of emergency."We have kept two MI 17 helicopters in standby mode for deployment in case of emergency.

Kathmandu: The 4th BIMSTEC summit concluded today with Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli handing over the chairmanship of the...

New Delhi: The fourth Summit of Heads of State/Government of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation...

New Delhi: At least 1500 Indian pilgrims have been stranded along the route of Kailash Mansarover Yatra in Nepal after heavy...

New Delhi: A small cargo plane crashed in Nepal on Wednesday, killing both pilots onboard the aircraft. Deputy Director General...

Kathmandu: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday met her Bhutanese counterpart Damcho Dorji in Kathmandu and is understood to...