Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has reiterated the government’s commitment to ending poverty in the next five years. In his address to the AGM of Oli Clan Revolving Fund and the prize distribution ceremony held today at the Prime Minister’s official residence, Baluwatar, the PM viewed that Nepalis were pushed into poverty due to weaknesses
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Hindus in the country are collecting kush, a holy grass used while performing various holy rituals as Shraddha [holy rituals remembering the departed ancestors] and religious rituals, across the country today. There is a religious belief that keeping kush cut by priests and anointed with sacred verses or mantras in the house brings wellbeing to
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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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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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