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  1. Nepal Kathmandu

    UN committee faults Nepal in child labour, abuse case

  2. FILE PHOTO: Mount Everest and other peaks of the Himalayan range are seen from air during a mountai

    Everest region to ban single-use plastics

    Single-use plastics will be banned in the Everest region to reduce the vast amounts of waste left by trekkers and mountaineers, Nepali authorities ...
  3. Mount Everest during sunset

    Climbers must be trained to tackle Everest, panel says after deaths

  4. Mount Everest

    Nepal mulls minimum Everest criteria after deadly season

  5. FILE PHOTO: A flood-affected woman is seen washing her clothes in Jamalpur

    Death toll from India, Nepal, Bangladesh floods jumps to more than 300

    The death toll from severe flooding in parts of India, Nepal and Bangladesh rose to more than 300 on Monday, even as heavy rains are starting to ...
  6. Nepal floods

    Death toll in Nepal floods rises to 55, thousands displaced

  7. A woman carrying a child is moved by rescue workers towards dry ground from a flooded colony in Kat

    Death toll in Nepal rains rises to 47, dozens missing and injured

    The death toll in Nepal from flash floods and landslides in the past three days rose to 47 on Sunday, with dozens missing and injured, the ...
  8. India Himalaya climber bodies mountain (1)

    'Black box' reveals last moments of doomed Himalayan climbers

  9. Nepal's only billionaire Chaudhary, whom Forbes valued at a billion dollars in March, gestures

    Nepal's CG Group ties up with Huawei to launch 4G services

    Nepal's Chaudhary Group (CG) has signed a deal worth about US$100 million with China's Huawei Technologies to bring 4G phone services to the ...
  10. More than 300 people have died on Everest since expeditions to reach the top started in the 1920s

    Commentary: 11 Everest climbers dead in 16 days - how to recover dead bodies from the world’s tallest mountain

    Recovering bodies from Everest is difficult and expensive, says mountaineering historian, Jonathan Westaway.