The Record


Nepal finally approves a vaccine for emergency use

The government will need more vaccines and the funds to buy them to meet its immunisation goals

Sugarcane farmer protesting in Kathmandu succumbs to heart attack

Narayan Raya Yadav was forced to come to the Capital to get what he was owed by unscrupulous sugar mills in Sarlahi

Red revolt continues unabated against the red party’s chief

Nepal and Prachanda say they will continue protesting until Parliament gets restored

Nepal needs to be stricter about incoming flights

Of late, the government has become far too lax about Covid-19 protocols

Deuba’s reluctance to join the anti-Oli protests could severely impact Nepal’s...

Even those within Deuba’s own party think he is building an alliance with the PM

Oli sacrifices the constitution to save his skin

The PM creates chaos, and invites ridicule for dissolving parliament at a time when he should be focusing on the Covid-19 crisis

‘Corrupt’ CIAA tasked with probing Covid corruption

The parliament asks the CIAA to prosecute those involved in the Omni medical equipment procurement scam, but nothing will probably come of it

Pet president

The president has become a rubber stamp for the prime minister’s authoritarian onslaughts, making a mockery of the position of the head of state

How Everest was measured

The official height of Everest was determined through the use of high-tech instruments and with Nepali surveyors making the dangerous climb to the top of the mountain

PM Oli issues yet another controversial ordinance

PM Oli introduces an ordinance without the knowledge of his cabinet members, has it quickly endorsed, and holds a Constitutional Council meeting in the absence of the opposition leader and speaker