Winner Liquors appoints SPG Trading as the national distribution partner

Mr. Gaurav Sharda, director of SPG Trading is an authorised importer of Pernod Ricard’s Imported brands in Nepal and has now been appointed as a National Distributor for Royal Stag and other future Seagram’s brands (Pernod Ricard’s Domestic Portfolio) produced by Winner Liquors in Nepal.

KFC Nepal launches it first restaurant in Butwal

KFC Nepal – known for offering the ‘World’s Tastiest Chicken’ – has launched its first restaurant in Butwal. This

Coca-Cola zero sugar now available in glass bottles

Coca-Cola in Nepal — the Nepse listed company — has launched the new Coca-Cola Zero

PM reaches TU Cricket ground for pepping up Nepali team

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' today visited the Kirtipur-based Tribhuvan University (TU) Cricket Ground to witness a match between Nepal and the United Arab Emirates under the ICC World Cup League II. The Prime Minister's presence aims to boost up the morale of the Nepali cricketers and for their motivation, it is said. Nepal

UK opposition party expresses solidarity for ex Gurkhas hunger strike

The United Kingdom’s main opposition, Labour Party, has expressed its solidarity for the struggle waged by ex-Gurkha veterans who resorted to staging hunger strike nearby Prime Minister’s residence since last Saturday to have their demands addressed. The Labour Party told the Boris Johnson-led incumbent government that the unequal pension pay to Gurkhas – who fought

Minor dead in road mishap

A child died in a road accident at Binayi Triveni Rural Municipality-4 in Nawalparasi (Bardaghat-Sustapaschim) last night. Thirteen years old Babin Chhetri of the rural municipality died after a tractor (Lu 4 Ta 3046) overturned

Paul Shah released

Actor Purna Bikram Shah a.k.a. Paul Shah who had been in police custody for a year on the conviction for rape has been freed. A complaint was filed at the District Police, Tanahu last year

Supreme Court to hear Cricketer Lamichhane’s appeal today

A hearing is taking place at the Supreme Court today on whether to keep former captain of National Men's Cricket Team, Sandeep Lamichhane, in judicial custody or continue his release on bail. Likewise, the appeal