Articles about Kathmandu
21 May 2020
Nepal claims Indian territory in new map, New Delhi responds
Nepal released a new political map claiming Indian territories of Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh, and Kalapani, as its own, inviting a sharp rebuke from India on Wednesday.
09 Feb 2020
Nepal's Kushal Malla scripts special record in ODIs: Details here
Nepal is one of the latest teams to have earned the status of One-Day International (ODI) by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
10 Jan 2020
Five cheapest countries to travel to in 2020
Everyone loves to travel, more so when it comes cheap.
28 Jan 2019
Pilot smoking inside cockpit led to US-Bangla plane crash: Report
The US-Bangla Airline crash that took place in March last year and killed 51 people was the result of a smoking incident, investigations have revealed.
03 Sep 2018
Nepal: Krishna temple reopens 3 years after deadly 2015 earthquake
Nepal's famous Krishna temple built in Indian Sikhara style was reopened for the public on Sunday for the first time three years after the deadly 2015 earthquake that left much of the country's cultural heritage in ruins.
31 Aug 2018
BIMSTEC Summit: PM Modi holds 'productive talks' with Thai counterpart
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today held "productive talks" with his Thai counterpart Prayuth Chan-Ocha during which the two leaders reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral ties, including ways to strengthen cooperation between India and Thailand.
30 Aug 2018
PM Modi arrives in Nepal to attend BIMSTEC Summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Kathmandu today to attend the 4th BIMSTEC Summit that will focus on enhancing regional connectivity and boosting trade.
11 May 2018
Modi goes to Nepal a month after PM Oli's visit
PM Narendra Modi has landed in Nepal on his third visit to the country, this time on a two-day trip.
13 Mar 2018
Nepal plane crash might have been caused by runway confusion
Nepalese investigators have retrieved the black box of the Bangladeshi plane that crashed in Kathmandu on Monday killing 49 people.
31 Aug 2016
Indian Police Couple banned for 'fake climbing' Everest
A 10-year mountaineering ban has been imposed on a Maharashtra Police couple, after they falsely claimed to be the first Indian couple to scale Everest, on 23rd May 2016.