PM Oli sends condolence message to his Japanese counterpart on killing of people in arson attack in Kyoto
PM Oli sends condolence message to his Japanese counterpart on killing of people in arson attack in Kyoto
KATHMANDU, July 19: Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has sent a message of condolence to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the killing of innocent people in an arson attack at Kyoto Animation studio KyoAni in Kyoto, Japan.
Smart TV handed over to schools for tele-teaching
NC demands action against those smashing Buddha's statues
KATHMANDU, July 18: The main opposition, Nepali Congress, has called for bringing to book those people who broke Buddha's statutes installed in the middle of Siddartha Highway
Smart TV handed over to schools for tele-teaching
Nepal govt decides to expel five Sri Lankan nationals
KATHMANDU, July 18: The government has decided to deport five Sri Lankan nationals who had been staying in Nepal without getting their visa renewed for a long time.
Rise against discrimination
Rise against discrimination

How many Dalits possess land in cities? How many Dalit students are enrolled in top-notch...

On plantation campaign
On plantation campaign

Fruit tree plantation is good and necessary initiative for Nepal but we cannot achieve it...

The great crypto heist
The great crypto heist

Cryptocurrencies are routinely launched and traded outside the domain of official financial oversight. The result...

Burden of books
Burden of books

Different studies have shown that heavy school bags have multiple negative effects on students, including...

Lessons to learn
Lessons to learn

Since the devastating floods and landslides triggered by incessant rains last week ravaged the settlements in various parts of Nepal, mainly in the Tarai plains, political actors have risen up to help the...

China's intelligence law looms over EU 5G safeguards: official
China's intelligence law looms over EU 5G safeguards: official

BRUSSELS, July 19: The European Union cannot ignore China’s National Intelligence Law, which requires Chinese citizens to support state information-gathering, as Brussels seeks rules for super-fast mobile networks, a senior EU official said on Friday.

simple delights
simple delights

You can’t go to Bhaktapur Durbar Square and not visit Aalucha. The fast food joint that serves simple yet delicious...
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Fusion of old and new
Fusion of old and new

Pia is a multicultural brand that takes inspiration from traditional crafts of different places all around the world and contemporizes...
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Passing on traditions  & preserving Art
Passing on traditions & preserving Art

“Thang” meaning cotton and “ka” meaning images together make up the Tibetan word “thangka” which literally translates to images made...
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A guide for life
A guide for life

What makes for a compelling read? – This is a question that has always baffled and continues to baffle writers,...
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Czech stud farm makes UNESCO’s World Heritage list
Czech stud farm makes UNESCO’s World Heritage list

KLADRUBY NAD LABEM, July 16: A Czech stud farm founded 440 years ago to breed and train ceremonial horses to serve at the Habsburg emperor’s...
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Russia launches major new telescope into space after delays
Russia launches major new telescope into space after delays

MOSCOW, July 14: A Russian Proton-M rocket successfully delivered a cutting-edge space telescope into orbit Saturday after days of launch delays, Russia’s space agency said.
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Facebook faces a $5B FTC fine, the largest ever in tech
Facebook faces a $5B FTC fine, the largest ever in tech

July 13: At $5 billion, the fine the FTC is about to levy on Facebook is by far the largest it’s given to a technology...
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Living with lupus, learning to thrive
Living with lupus, learning to thrive

On this episode of Here’s Why, Shristi Joshi shares details of her journey with lupus. Finding optimism and inner strength to cope with a chronic disease...
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US Delegate-elect Bhandari sworn in
US Delegate-elect Bhandari sworn in

WASHINGTON D.C., Jan 10: Nepali immigrant Harry Bhandari, who has been elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in the United States of America, took the oath of office on Wednesday. ...
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Nepal, Suriname establish diplomatic relations
Nepal, Suriname establish diplomatic relations

KATHMANDU, Oct 12: Nepal and Suriname have established diplomatic relations today. ...
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Nepal, Madagascar establish diplomatic relations
Nepal, Madagascar establish diplomatic relations

NEW YORK, Sept 27: Nepal and the Republic of Madagascar have established diplomatic relations today. ...
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Maryland  gun shooting: One Nepali dies, and another severely injured
Maryland gun shooting: One Nepali dies, and another severely injured

AMERICA, Sept 22: In a shooting incident in Harford County, Maryland, USA, one Nepali died whle another one sustained critical injuries. Three Americans have also died in the incident. ...
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Pro and cons of social health security program
Pro and cons of social health security program

Government health insurance is a universal health insurance policy. It is regarded as a social...

We still have a lot more with us
We still have a lot more with us

Prior to the April 25 Earthquake of 7.8 magnitudes in Nepal, I had already received...

Notre Dame Fire: As It Happened
Notre Dame Fire: As It Happened

A year ago, I had met a friend of mine from France. My meeting with...

Why we need science?
Why we need science?

​Nepal government has allocated only 0.38 percent of the total budget for science and technology....

The importance of think tanks in public policy in Nepal
The importance of think tanks in public policy in Nepal

Think tanks in Nepal are either inactive or ineffective due to the lack of sufficient...

Projects worth Rs 10 b in limbo as contractors hijack parties
Projects worth Rs 10 b in limbo as contractors hijack parties

KATHMANDU, Nov 15: Among thousands of candidates vying for public offices in the upcoming elections are dozens of contractors who have won bids to build roads, bridges and other infrastructure projects. Major political parties have fielded them as both first-past-the-post (FPTP) and proportional representation (PR) candidates.