The Kathmandu Post

About The Kathmandu Post

The Kathmandu Post was Nepal’s first privately owned English broadsheet daily and is currently the country's leading English-language newspaper.

Culture and society

On escaping child marriage in Nepal

She escaped child marriage, now she is helping others do the same.

Current affairs, Politics

The transformation of Gokul Baskota

How Nepal’s communications minister went from being a fierce reporter to a hardline politician against free press.

Culture and society

Nepali meme pages promote racism and misogyny

The online sphere has become toxic in Nepal.

Diplomacy, Politics

Nepal Prime Minister’s speech in UK is filled with irony

Nepal’s prime minister celebrated democratic freedoms in his UK speech but it contradicts what he’s doing at home.

Culture and society, Current affairs

Nepal needs to ensure quality healthcare

Nepal will struggle to achieve SDGs and universal health coverage without ensuring quality health care, experts say.

Culture and society, Current affairs

The real reason people are dying on Everest

The man who’s climbed Everest 24 times says traffic jams aren’t killing climbers, inexperienced guides are.

Current affairs, Politics

Four killed and three injured in Nepalese blasts

Series of blasts reminiscent of Maoist insurgency days.

Culture and society, Current affairs

Eight deaths on Everest, the most in four years

As climbing season draws to a close, Everest experiences its most deaths in four years.

Culture and society, Headline-1

Kami Rita Sherpa climbs Everest for the 23rd time

Sherpa breaks his own record and is untouched as the man who has summited Everest the most number of times.

Business, Culture and society, Headline-1

Nepal’s tea estate employees say enough is enough, begin indefinite strike

A special report by Tsering D Gurung looks at conditions for tea workers in Nepal.

Business, Economics

Nepal looks to end India dependency for overseas shipping

Much needs to be done before Nepal can end its complete dependency on India for third-country trade.

Current affairs

Nepalese air crash was under an inexperienced co-pilot’s command

Authorities at the regulatory body said the pilot may have allowed the co-pilot to take off because there were no passengers on board.

Culture and society, Current affairs, Headline-2

Nepal bans popular online game

Police has said it will arrest anyone who is found playing the game after the district court allowed to implement a ban on Wednesday.

Current affairs

Opium farming goes unchecked, difficult to locate plantation sites

Nepalese farmers are finding new ways to combat inspections.

Current affairs

The biggest gold smuggling racket in Nepal

Everything you need to know about the biggest gold smuggling racket in Nepal.

Culture and society, Current affairs, Headline-2

Feature: Nepali park officials tortured a man to death, WWF turns blind eye

An investigation by The Kathmandu Post, in partnership with BuzzFeed News, shows that the World Wide Fund for Nature continues to ignore violations of human rights inside Nepal’s conservations areas.

Current affairs, Politics

Communist Party of Nepal owns up to blast and arsons

Its leader says intention was to warn Ncell, not to harm members of public and that the party ‘apologises for the loss of life’.

Analysis, Business

International medical assistance company threatens Nepal

A Post investigation shows Australia-based Traveller Assist used the helicopter rescue scam to market itself as the sole representative of global insurance firms.

Culture and society, Headline-2

Period hut women fear cold nights in Nepal

Cold winter nights add to the trauma of women banished to period huts.

Current affairs, Environment

Nepal to draft laws to address climate change

The government is currently working on a total of eight laws that would either be formulated or be considered for amendment.

Current affairs

Myriad factors Nepalese hamper probe into offshore investment, money laundering

Businessmen exploiting legal loopholes while channelising illicit cash into the country.

Diplomacy

Nepal should raise Rohingya issue with Suu Kyi: Rights groups

Suu Kyi visit to Nepal is perfect opportunity to stand up for human rights argues rights groups.

Analysis, Curiosity

Publicity stunt overshadows Nepal government’s social security policy

Nepal’s new social security scheme—a campaign that marketing analysts said was worth millions of rupees – was overshadowed by a government publicity stunt.

Politics

Infighting and fissures disrupt Nepal’s ruling party

The Prime Minister has been accused by his party members of limiting his leadership to a small faction, failing to govern efficiently, and displaying authoritarian tendencies.

Economics, News

BIMSTEC leaders say committed to enhancing connectivity

Leaders from the seven-nation regional grouping emphasise importance of exploring multiple avenues of connectivity, ranging from physical to digital platforms.

Opinion

Wrong prescription

The Nepalese Prime Minister’s stated goal is to ensure prosperity to all, but a medical bill will profiteer only a tiny section.

Diplomacy

Nepal hails rail pact with China

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has hailed the pact on railway connectivity with China.

Opinion, Politics

When it comes to foreign policy, Nepal should look beyond just India and China

Jun 15, 2018-Nepal’s foreign policy under Prime Minister  KP Oli has been a matter of serious discussion in the public domain.

Analysis, Curiosity

A war the world must win

The fight for the 21st century is not a fight against extremism, poverty or paradigms but a fight against plastic.

Diplomacy, Economics

Nepal looks to China for infrastructure support

The Nepalese prime minister will have a sizable shopping list to pursue when he visits China for an official state visit later this month.

Opinion, Politics

Can three be company for Nepal?

Nepal can unleash the Greater Himalayan Region’s true potential only if it adopts trilateralism.

Diplomacy, Opinion

Three is company

Nepal can unleash the Greater Himalayan Region’s true potential only if it adopts tri-lateralism.