Redundancy Of History

In the course of recent weeks, two polar inverse patterns are creating in areas of oppositional legislative issues in Nepal. One is staggeringly striking U-divert of CK Raut from the edge of secessionist battle intended to break separated the Terai from the remainder of the nation to join standard serene governmental issues as characterized by
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Doubtlessly, worldwide atmosphere is breaking down. Changes in the mean temperature, anomaly in the seasons and expanding instances of extraordinary climate are much clear, and in the meantime, nourishment security is likewise in danger. Numerous researchers have anticipated that environmental change will lopsidedly influence the country poor and minimized networks, and Nepal is compromised by
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Juice is a one-foot tall canine wonder who has starred in dozens of Chinese film and television productions. As he gets older and his illustrious career peaks, his Beijing-based master has one wish for the mutt – to live on. Maybe forever. A mongrel stray adopted off the streets, the nine year-old Juice — or
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 It seems British fans can’t get enough of the soon-to-be reunited Spice Girls. The band that peaked in the 1990s has added five shows to its planned reunion tour next year after fans complained they couldn’t buy tickets. The Spice Girls added extra gigs in London, Coventry and Manchester. The reunion tour will now begin
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A federal judge dismissed Stormy Daniels’ defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump on Monday, saying the president made a “hyperbolic statement” against a political adversary when he tweeted about a composite sketch the porn actress’ lawyer released. Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, sued Trump in April after he said a composite sketch of
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Climate change experts, private sector and stakeholders have urged the government to have clear and long-term vision as well as mainstream climate issues at all levels of the government if it wants to deal with climate change effectively. During an event of Talanoa Dialogue, launched earlier this year that represents the international community’s attempt to
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With an aim to employ migrant workers who return from foreign jobs with skills, experience and occupational training, the government is preparing a financial package for them. Such workers can get soft loans of up to Rs1 million as the government works on the scheme aimed at utilising their skills. The Foreign Employment Promotion Board,
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The Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel and will be retired after a 9-1/2-year mission in which it detected thousands of planets beyond our solar system and boosted the search for worlds that might harbor alien life, NASA said on Tuesday. Currently orbiting the sun 94 million miles (156 million km) from Earth, the spacecraft
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Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s health is stable, doctors attending the PM said. A team of Prof Dr Arun Sayami, Prof Dr Dibya Singh Shah and Dr Santa Kumar Das is treating the Prime Minister at the Manmohan Cardiothoracic Vascular and Transplant Centre of Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH). “The latest reports on the PM’s
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Accolades are still pouring in for her ma act in Paa and Vidya Balan still hasn’t got over it. “I’m basking in it,” says Vidya, adding, “It’s always nice when your work is being spoken about, especially considering that I was sceptical about the role initially, but later took it up with conviction.” Vidya’s now
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