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Nepal’s government says it will hold a parliamentary election on November 20 amid concerns over high inflation and depleted foreign exchange reserves that have led to rising food and energy prices. 

Nepal risks letting wartime atrocities committed during the Himalayan kingdom’s Maoist rebellion go unpunished with long-delayed reforms to its transitional justice laws, rights groups have said. Both security forces and former rebels have been accused of carrying out torture, killings,...

Inadequate and unequal access to health care in Nepal was exacerbated by government failures to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Human Rights Watch said in its World Report 2022 released today. The government’s failures led to many preventable deaths, while a pervasive culture of impun...

A video posted on social media by Virginia Tech professor Sweta Gyanu Baniya has made a Nepali artifact one of the latest targets for heritage activists sleuthing online to try to bring home some of the thousands of items whisked out over decades from the Himalayan country. In the video...