The week that was in most-read stories (2-8 April)

This week the most read story on Onlinekhabar was how Pubudu Dassanayake’s return to Nepal as consultant coach. The cricket series against Namibia, and the Panama Papers were other stories that made headlines this past week.


Pubudu in Nepal: I remembered Sharad’s sixes watching T20 World Cup


Message from Nepal: Back off India, Back off EU


PM Oli says India’s Nepal policy has changed. This and two other takeaways from Oli’s political report


Nepal Ventures: Mossack Fonseca’s Nepal connection?



8th Annual Poker Run: Tribute to one of Nepal’s roughest visionary riders



Five events that shaped the life of director Tulsi Ghimire


EU has been positive about Nepal’s new constitution all along, say representatives


Jyoti Group wants to invest in healthcare, not hotels. Here’s why


Dayahang Rai attends the UK premiere of ‘Bir Bikram’



Low-intensity quakes a daily affair in Nepal, says National Seismological Centre


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In other news

Everest beckons, Nepal official hopes this year will see several successful expeditions

Even earthquake victims without land ownership papers to get housing grant

WCL: Nepal announces Team that will take on Namibia

Flight delay: Nepal Airlines’ wide-body planes are not arriving on schedule

Nepal’s Constitution more progressive than the French Charter, says France’s Ambassador Yves Carmona

Skill-oriented training programme meant for young people in jeopardy, Rs 150 million likely to freeze

 Syafrubesi-Mailung road vital for implementation of Nepal-China transit agreement

Nepali youth based in Saudi Arabia spends hard-earned money for construction of road in home village

Earthquake victims’ camps removed to make room for Bisket Jatra celebrations


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In pictures: Lalitpur observes four hundred-year-old ‘lone rider’ ritual

Meghauli Serai Jungle Lodge by Taj Safaris opens in Chitwan

You don’t need to go watch plays anymore. The theatre comes to you!

WCL: Spin attack key to our win against Namibia, says Nepal coach Tamata

Industries find going tough, shifting focus on automobiles sector

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