Gaurav Ojha Religions are preoccupied with what happens to us after we die and the religious ideas of heaven, hell, paradise, judgment, resurrections and eternal life are all rooted in a belief that there is more to human life than just life and death. Even after death, religions remind us that human life survives in
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A total of 17 new buses were launched on the New Bus Park –Gongabu–Dillibazaar–Sinamangal–Airport route in Kathmandu on Monday, replacing the microbuses and tempos. Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Management Raghubir Mahaseth inaugurated the operation of the new buses on the route amidst a function organised today. All 17 new buses launched today are
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 Japanese scientists said on Monday they will start clinical trials next month on a treatment for Parkinson’s disease, transplanting “reprogrammed” stem cells into brains, seeking a breakthrough in treating the neurodegenerative disorder. Parkinson’s is caused by a lack of dopamine made by brain cells and researchers have long hoped to use stem cells to restore
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Following the participation in the first One Day International (ODI), Nepali cricketers are availing themselves of being acknowledged in the ICC ranking. According to the ranking unveiled by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday, Nepali cricketers Sandeep Lamichhane, Sompal Kami and Gyanendra Malla have been enlisted for assessment. As per the ranking results, Sandeep
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Share market transaction as well as NEPSE index both suffered a decline this week, with the total transaction failing to each even one billion rupees. During the week, shares of 181 companies were traded with the transaction of Rs. 918.7 million rupees. A total of 3.64 million shares were traded and the total transaction amount
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