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|Chhaupadi-free area declared|
|Kalikot, April 21: Baratu village at Badalkot VDC, Ward no 1 of Kalikot district was declared the Chhaupadi-free zone with a slogan 'End gender-based violence, Keep menstruated women at home not in shed'.|
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|NC is clear on federalism: Deuba affirms|
Janakpurdham, April 21: Former Prime Minister and senior leader of the Nepali Congress (NC), Sher Bahadur Deuba, has said that the NC is clear on the issue of federalism. ...
|Weather to stay as same for a few days|
Kathmandu, April 20: The Meteorological Forecasting Division has said it would take few more days for improvement in weather in the country.
|Three lost lives owing to thunderbolt|
Dhagadhi, April 21: The thunderbolts that occurred with strong wind and rainfall last night claimed three lives in Doti and Kailali districts.
|Nisha and Arjun climbing Everest without permission|
Solukhumbu, April 20: Actress Nisha Adhikari and actor Arjun Karki are climbing Mt. Everest without taking permission from the Ministry of Tourism.
|Unknown group robbed NCell official|
Siraha, April 21: An unknown group robbed Ncell officials from on the way in the mid-part of Arnama and Kalyalpur VDCs of Siraha district.
|Man stabbed to death|
Khotang, April 21: A minor dispute on drinking water issue took a nasty turn, leaving a man in Khotang district dead.
|Truck driver killed in fresh Bangladesh strike|
Dhaka, April 9, (AFP) - A truck driver died in a northern Bangladesh city on Tuesday as clashes erupted during a nationwide strike called by the opp ...
|Japan deploys anti-North Korean missiles in Tokyo|
Tokyo, April 9, (AFP) - Japan has deployed Patriot missiles in its capital as it readies to defend the 30 million people who live in greater Tokyo ...
|LCCI to participate in Taipei|
Lalitpur, April 19: The Lalitpur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is going to participate in the Taipei International Gift and Stationary (Gift ...
|Private sector's initiation for expansion|
Butwal, April 19: As the state showed no concern in expanding the industrial district, the industrialists of Rupandehi district are themselves engag ...
|School enrollment in Dhading|
Dhading, April 19: With the beginning of the new academic session, all the stakeholders, teachers, resource persons and educationists have taken initi ...
|Most school closed amid enrollment drive|
Okhaldhunga, April 17: Most schools in Okhaldhunga district are closed despite the start of the student enrollment, retention, continuity and outcome ...
|Police action against running lottery|
Parsa, April 21: Police have arrested a person on the charge of his involvement in running lottery illegally in Birgunj area.
|Seto Machhindranath chariot procession in Lagantole|
Kathmandu, April 21: Seto Machhindranat–the god of rain and harvest –has been taken to Lagantole from Hunumandhoka based Kalbhairav.
|Bird flu infected chickens culled|
Chitwan, April 21: The District Livestock Service Office, Chitwan, culled more than 32,225 chickens in a bird flu infected farm at Gondrang, Bharatpur ...
|People opting for Ayurvedic treatment|
Kirtipur, April 19: The Tribhuvan University Ayurveda Teaching Hospital at Kirtipur is drawing more and more people over the years.
|Kathmandu Metropolis to provide digitized maps|
Kathmandu, April 15: The Kathmandu Metropolis has digitized its maps of houses to be constructed within the metropolis in computers from today.
|Apple loses tablet copyright appeal against Samsung|
London, Oct. 18: Apple Inc lost its appeal over a ruling that its rival Samsung's Galaxy tablet did not copy the iPad in a British court on Thursday.
|Belching Black Hole Proves a Biggie: First Known 'Middleweight' Black Hole|
Observations with CSIRO's Australia Telescope Compact Array have confirmed that astronomers have found the first known "middleweight" black hole.
|Triboelectric Generator Produces Electricity by Harnessing Friction Between Surfaces: Could Touch Screens Generating Own Electricity?|
Researchers have discovered yet another way to harvest small amounts of electricity from motion in the world around us -- this time by capturing the e ...
|Hockey competition from tomorrow|
Kathmandu, April 21: The Nepal Hockey Association is to organise the 11th National Hockey Competition from Monday.
|Olympians honoured in Mid-Western sports festival|
Nepalgunj, April 21: Four former Olympians and one sports official have been honoured on the occasion of the First Mid-Western Regional Sports Festiva ...
|Kate Upton in talks for The Other Woman|
|The Hollywood Reporter has announced that American model and actress Kate Upton (Tower Heist, The Three Stooges) will team up with Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann|
| Hari Devi Koirala to receive Shukla Literary Award|
Pokhara, Nov. 5: This year's Shukla Literary Award is to be presented to folk singer Hari Devi Koirala.
|CPN-Maoist to lift ban on screening Hindi movies|
Kathmandu, Oct. 10: CPN-Maoist is to lift ban on screening Hindi movies in cinema halls across the nation from Thursday.
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- Pankaj Das AS THE rickety bus weaved its way through the Nepalese mountainside, a music system blared: “Tenu main love karda, Bematlab karda… Tu mera Hero, O, O, O”, and ...
The voting of India's next President was described as a predetermined termination from the moment the Congress party, which leads the ruling coalition, announced its candidate: the finance minister, Pranab ...
‘Frailty thy name is woman’, this is what our society perceives about woman. Is it really true? Are we women really fragile? I often think in what way are we ...
The step of the Election Commission (EC) to issue voter Identity card based on citizenship certificate is sure to deprive many people of Tarai of their voting ...
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