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At least 138 new laws in a year: PM Oli

12 April, Kathmandu: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the country would get at least 138 new laws to implement the changed constitutional and...

Isaac Newton’s ‘philosopher’s stone’ recipe discovered

8 April, Harry Potter wasn't the only one after the philosopher's stone. Isaac Newton's recently discovered manuscript is his handwritten copy of mid-17th-century Harvard alchemist...

422 Million adults live with Diabetes, UN Health Agency Says

8 April, UNITED NATIONS: The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday the number of adults with diabetes has almost quadrupled worldwide since 1980 to...

Transit and transport deal with China adds new chapter in Nepal-China relations

22 March, Kathmandu: Various foreign affairs experts have observed that different agreements including transit and transport signed between Nepal and China have added new chapter...
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Fagu Poornima, Festival of Colours, Today

22 March: Fagu Poornima or the festival of colours, is being celebrated with much fanfare in hilly areas, including the capital city, today, while...

Prince Harry received to warm reception in Bhirkuna

(Bishnu Nepal) 22 March, Gaunda (Lamjung): Visiting British Prince Henry Charles Albert David Harry today arrived Bhirkuna at Gaunda VDC-4 in the eastern part of Lamjung...

Patan folks to foreigners over the moon to see Prince Harry

20 March, Kathmandu: The news of the Royal arrival far from the oceans had already filled the air with jubilation and excitement in the ancient...

Frigid Pluto is home to more diverse terrain than expected

18 March, CAPE CANAVERAL : The most detailed look at Pluto's surface to date has revealed an unexpected range of mountains, glacial flows, smooth plains...

Bicentenary of Nepal-UK relations; Prince Harry’s imminent visit crucial

17 March, Kathmandu: British Prince Harry is embarking on his official Nepal visit from coming Saturday. Prince Harry is making this visit as a representative of...

Dalit women in South Asia still facing caste-based discrimination

By Sushil Darnal 16 March, Dhaka (Bangladesh): Manisha Balmiki of Haryana in India is fighting against caste-based discrimination and untouchability ever since she started understanding...