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  Waiting was a bit vexing and a humorous as well all as a wit-full and popular MC Saroj Ghimire told the Chief Guest (CG) straight on his face in a rather jolly mood: Sir, if we were out waiting for you this long at another location and if you were late as a CG,
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At least nine climbers including five Korean nationals were killed when a massive landslide buried the base camp of Mt Gurja (7,193 metres) at lap of the south face of Mt Dhaulagiri in western Nepal, according to the expedition organiser. Wangchu Sherpa, Managing Director at Trekking Camp Nepal said that five Korean climbers including team
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Ravi Ale has worked the family’s two hectares of land in eastern Nepal since he was old enough to help his father. But after a lean harvest this year, and with his cash running out, he will leave next month to look for work in India, along with five of his friends in the village.
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 A man has been handed a 10-year prison sentence for killing his wife in Bhojpur district. Harka Bahadur Rai, also known as Pushpa, of Chaukidanda in Salpasilichho Rural Municipality-3 was sentenced to 10 years in prison by the District Court, Bhojpur for beating his wife to death. A single bench of justice Harish Chandra Ingnam,
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Nepal-born Shesh Ghale and his wife Jamuna Gurung expanded their wealth by 58 million Australian dollars (Rs 4.5 billion) to 586 million Australian dollars in 2016, becoming the 105th richest persons of Australia. Their ranking in Australia’s rich list, however, fell six and five notches, respectively, shows the 33rd edition of the BRW Rich 200
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Binod Chaudhary, the chairman of Chaudhary Group (CG), climbed 10 rungs in the list of billionaires of the world in 2017, which was published by the Forbes magazine today. Chaudhary, who held the 1,577th position among the billionaires of the world last year, saw his rank improve to 1,567th position in the list published by Forbes for 2017. The
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Citing the lack of business viability and electricity market, the Chinese government has refused to build the Galchhi-Kyirong 400 kVA cross-border transmission line solely through grant from China. This message was conveyed last week when a team of five officials from Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) led by Bajra Bhusan Chaudhary, head of the Transmission Line
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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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SEOUL, Aug. 13 (AFP) – North and South Korea agreed Monday to hold a summit in Pyongyang in September after high-level talks in the Demilitarized Zone that divides the peninsula. The two sides “agreed at the meeting to hold a South-North summit in Pyongyang in September as planned”, the joint statement said, without giving a
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SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 11 (AFP) – A California jury ordered chemical giant Monsanto to pay nearly $290 million Friday for failing to warn a dying groundskeeper that its weed killer Roundup might cause cancer. Jurors unanimously found that Monsanto — which vowed to appeal — acted with “malice” and that its weed killers Roundup and
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