More than a third of girls in South Asia miss school during their periods, often because they lack access to toilets or pads, and receive no education about menstruation before reaching puberty.
Indian PM Narendra Modi visited Nepal to launch building work with his counterpart.
Investigators retrieve the flight data recorder from the crashed Bangladeshi airliner.
At least 50 people are killed and 21 injured when a Bangladeshi plane crashed.
Swapping their maroon robes for running shoes, seven Buddhist monks take off at a sprint across the hills surrounding their remote village in the foothills of Nepal’s Himalayas.
A Nepali woman dies of smoke inhalation while she was banished for menstruating.
The “muscular diplomacy” practiced by the Modi government towards the small neighbours, Nepal and the Maldives, is pushing them out of India’s orbit.
Nepal’s prime minister is confident his party will win a general election because his astrologer told him so.
More than 15 million eligible voters will pick a 275-member legislature, the first under a new constitution.
Nepal’s musical heritage is enjoying a revival as young musicians fuse the sounds of traditional instruments once at risk of disappearing with lyrics that examine the modern challenges facing the country.
Gender-based violence is emerging as one of the deadliest forms of violence in Asia and it has killed more women than armed conflicts in some parts of the region.
Born and raised as a boy in rural Nepal, Monika Shahi Nath never dreamed that one day she would be a bride, adored and accepted as a wife and daughter-in-law.
The Cambodia Association of Travel Agents and Nepal’s Tourism Agents Association sign the memorandum to promote joint tourism.
Government officials in India’s eastern state of Bihar said at least 379 people had been killed over the past few days, with thousands sheltered in relief camps away from their inundated homes.
Heavy monsoon rains in Nepal, Bangladesh and India have killed more than 343 people.
Monsoon floods and landslides have killed at least 66 people across Nepal and India but officials fear that figure could almost double.
Indian police officers claiming to have reached the summit of Everest have been sacked.
Immigration officials are colluding with traffickers sending Nepali women to the Gulf.