NEPAL

  • It was a frightening and an awful experience, says Nepal avalanche survivor 4 days ago

    30 people, including three Indians were killed in an avalanche in Nepal. "It was frightening and an awful experience. I was sure I was going to die, all members of my group are lost," said a survivor. ...
  • Avalanche in Nepal kills 21 people, 85 still missing 5 days ago

    Moving northwards, cyclone Hudhud has turned deadly causing heavy snowfall and an avalanche in Nepal has killed 21 people including an Indian and four Canadian trekkers. ...
  • Nepal visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi offers special prayers at Pashupatinath Temple August 4, 2014

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday offered special prayers at Nepal's famed centuriesold Pashupatinath Temple and "felt extremely blessed"."Felt extremely blessed on offering prayers at Pashupatinath Temple this morning," Modi tweeted after offering the puja at 5th century temple on the second and last day of his maiden trip to...
  • News 360: English language skills marks should not be included in merit, says Centre August 4, 2014

    In a major development to end the row over the alleged language bias in the Union Public Service Commission Civil Services Examination, the Centre on Monday clarified that marks of English language skills should not be included in merit. The move is a slight climbdown by the Centre following the...
  • Modi has build the confidence: Nepal's LOP August 3, 2014

    Speaking to CNNIBN, the Leader of Opposition of Nepal Prachanda says that the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Nepal has built a confidence between India and Nepal. ...
  • Modi's speech has raised the expectations of Nepal: Suhasini Haidar August 3, 2014

    Talking to CNNIBN, senior journalist Suhasini Haidar says that the speech of Indian Prime Minister in Constituent Assembly of Nepal has raised the expectations of the Himalayan country. ...
  • Overdrive: Meet The Neighbours June 29, 2014

    Overdrive in partnership with Nissan is set to embark on an epic drive called 'Meet The Neighbours', which as the name suggests intends to meet our neighbours. In this episode, we take you through Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh. ...
  • Cricket fever grips mountain nation Nepal June 29, 2012

    Ms Dhoni as their goodwill ambassador, Nepal and its youngsters want to make it big as a cricketing nation. ...
  • Plane crash is being investigated: Nepal PM May 15, 2012

    Nepal Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai has ordered an inquiry into the plane crash. ...
  • Arjun Vajpai scales Mt Manafai, sets new record October 5, 2011

    Arjun Vajpai, the youngest Indian to climb Mount Everest in 2010, has now set another record by becoming the youngest mountaineer from Asia to scale Mt Manafai in Nepal. ...
  • At least 16 civilians, 2 jawans dead in Sikkim: RK Singh September 19, 2011

    Home Secretary RK Singh said after the quake in Sikkim on Sunday, rescue teams were facing difficulty due to the weather but was power restored in the region. ...
  • At least 16 dead, 100 injured in quake: Sikkim MP September 19, 2011

    Sikkim MP Prem Das confirmed that 16 people were killed and over 100 were injured in the earthquake which rocked north India on Sunday. ...
  • Sikkim quake: topography may hamper rescue operations September 19, 2011

    The topography of the area in Sikkim where the earthquake occurred on Sunday is such that it may hamper rescue operations. ...
  • Why Sikkim is prone to earthquakes September 19, 2011

    A 6.8 earthquake rocked Sikkim on Sunday. Here's why the state is prone to frequent seismic activity. ...
  • Areas most affected by the Sikkim earthquake September 19, 2011

    The epicenter of the earthquake that jolted parts of North India on Sunday was Mangan in Sikkim. Here's a look at the areas most affected by the earthquake. ...
  • Nepal Maoists' campaign insults Indian flag January 27, 2010

    There was tension on India's border with Nepal on Tuesday when Nepali Maoist leader Prachanda's brigade released a poster which insulted the Indian flag. Maoists put up posters of their leaders wearing shoes depicting Indian flags in bordering Morang district. ...
  • Fake currency smuggling in IndoNepal border November 29, 2009

    From arms to narcotics, the IndoNepal border in Bihar has always been a hotbed for illegal activity. The latest threat along the border is smuggling of fake currency. A report. ...
  • CBI proves before SC, exMP Subba is not Indian October 1, 2009

    New Delhi: Proving the CNNIBN impact true once again, CBI confirms former Congress MP M K Subba is not an Indian citizen. The CBI has confirmed to the Supreme Court that Subba's nationality documents are forged. CNNIBN had first exposed that Subba, a threetime MP from Assam, is actually a...
  • Nepal PM reassures India, will not play China card August 20, 2009

    Nepal's prime minister has reassured India that he will not play the China card. Neither does he believe that India is using Nepal for carrying out anti china activities. ...
  • Watch: Prachanda quits as Nepal PM May 5, 2009

    New Delhi: A former guerrilla leader took on his Army chief and lost after his political friends deserted him and so a cornered Prachanda was left with no option but to quit as Prime Minister. ...
  • Bihar floods: Watch CNNIBN's report from ground zero September 2, 2008

    Bihar: Floods in Bihar have created havoc, officials say the floodwaters of the Kosi are beginning to recede in some areas but almost half of Bihar, 16 of 37 districts, is under water. What caused these devastating floods was the breach in the Kosi barrage that unleashed the...
  • World Wipes: Tibet protestors arrested in Kathmandu March 31, 2008

    Kathmandu: More than 100 Tibetans have been arrested in Kathmandu while trying to storm the Chinese embassy there. In a repeat of what happened in Delhi on March 21, the proindependence protestors tried to scale the embassy walls, but were restrained by policemen. Several protestors and policemen were injured in...
  • World Wipes: News from around the world November 5, 2007

    Alqueda recruits British children for suicide strikes; UAE orders wage review for migrant workers; Nepal to abolish monarchy; Heavy rains in Tabasco state in Mexico. ...