Mutual Legal Assistance Enhancing Nepal-China security cooperationBy Purushottam Khatri
Nepal and China had inked Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) protocol in October, 2019 with a view to enhancing security cooperation between the two nations. There was an initial inkling about its implementation but the government officials and security experts see the protocol as th
Bloomberg is creating a party of one21 Feb, 2020
Michael Bloomberg’s use of his vast fortune to gain the Democratic presidential nomination is unprecedented. There have been rich men who have sought and won high office before, notably Franklin D. Roosevelt, John Kennedy, and Nelson Rockefeller. But there is a crucial difference between those previous scions of wealth and Bloomberg. Previous rich politicians might have leveraged their wealth, but their political careers were restrained by party loyalty.
Spring Festival A Chinese New Year21 Feb, 2020
Nepal and China are very close friendly neighbors. Like in Nepal, various traditional festivals are celebrated and observed in China. Maybe some of us have less knowledge about the Chinese festival and customs. Here, I would like to give a brief introduction about Chinese Spring Festival and New Year.
Senior singer Thapa marks his 84th birthday with new album21 Feb, 2020
Veteran singer and litterateur Jagat Mardan Thapa came up with a music video album to mark his 84th birthday on Thursday.
Kathmandu: Mini abroad for many underprivileged20 Feb, 2020
Couple of months back, I was waiting for a scrap collector in front of my room with whom I had come in contact through a phone call. A friend of mine had given my contact to the scrap collector because I needed to remove the old newspapers and note copies from my room.
Large-scale wildlife losses from poaching19 Feb, 2020
A new study published in the journal “Diversity & Distributions”, provides evidence that large-scale systematic surveys and novel methods of data collection and analysis, are necessary to assess the extent and distribution of poaching and its impact on biodiversity in forest exposed to severe defaunation.
International sculpture workshop begins at Galkot, Baglung18 Feb, 2020
The workshop that began on Monday will run through March 4.
Clarion call to explore new tourist source markets18 Feb, 2020
The outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in China, the world’s largest tourist source market, has dealt a setback to the sensitive travel industry worldwide. Tourism in Nepal has remained affected badly as the northern neighbour is the second largest tourist generating market for the country. However, Nepal has been free from the virus as of now.
Tech and coronavirus16 Feb, 2020
The world is never going to be from issues. Terrorism, cybercrime, assaults and more. Every day, you get to hear one thing or another that’s plaguing the world, and right now the hot topic is Coronavirus (officially known as COVID-19).
WhatsApp defends encryption as it tops 2 billion users16 Feb, 2020
The Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp said Wednesday it now has more than two billion users around the world as it reaffirmed its commitment to strong encryption to protect privacy. WhatsApp, acquired by Facebook in 2014, has grown into one of the most widely used services in the Facebook "family" of apps, offering free messaging along with voice and video calls.
Parent worship ceremony honours 501 parentsBy RSS
Chief of State 2 Tilak Pariyar inaugurated the programme. On the occasion, he said on the one hand material comfort seems to has increased along with the development of science and technology while on the other hand the tendency to forget the useful cultural practices has grown on the other, expressing dismay over the tendency to neglect parents as they became older.
Fight the virus, not the Chinese14 Feb, 2020
The covonavirus (nCOV-2019) is fast spreading, now to over 20 countries. The fear coronavirus spreads is far bigger than the deaths and infections put together. But a worse viral load is also somewhere in some other dimension working worse damage to humanity – that is the racism, profiling, hate and alienation of the Chinese person.
Trump’s ‘Peace Plan’ Sows Confusion & Dismay14 Feb, 2020
The morning after Donald Trump announced his “deal of the century,” Orit Artsiely is standing on the muddy, black banks of the Jordan River, contemplating what the deal would mean for her. It had rained throughout the night and into the morning and the sky is just beginning to clear up. The air is warm and humid and flies have already discovered the box of dates Artsiely put out for her guests.
NIFF 2020 kicks off in Kathmandu13 Feb, 2020
The third edition of the film festival was inaugurated by Hon. Agni Prasad Sapkota, speaker of the House of Representatives, who thanked the organisers and welcomed all the guests.
Fear, boredom, adventure fill each day on quarantined ship13 Feb, 2020
Life on the Diamond Princess, the cruise ship quarantined in a Japanese port with scores of cases of a new virus, means experiencing all these things, according to interviews by The Associated Press with passengers and a growing stream of tweets and YouTube videos.
History of the people, by the people, for the people13 Feb, 2020
When people think of historical events, they think of battles, coronations or earthquakes, not a local wedding in Panauti. Similarly, when many picture historians, they think of a professor or a scholar digging through old manuscripts and going around, not a hippy with a camera.
Everest Fashion Runway termed highest altitude fashion show12 Feb, 2020
The historic event took place in Kala Patthar at 5,340 meter above sea level on 26th January, 2020. Kala Patthar is famous for being the best view point of Everest and is located at a slightly higher altitude than Everest Base Camp.
A look into Nepal’s environmental law12 Feb, 2020
We need to give urgent attention and care to our environment because it is degrading at an alarming rate. In this regard, the youths are becoming conscious about their future in this environmental crisis.
Samba goes global as foreign dancers bring Rio Carnival home11 Feb, 2020
Paraiso de Tuiuti has been a cradle of Carnival culture for people in the working-class area near downtown Rio de Janeiro for over 60 years. But the dancer herself is an import. Jessica Hahn-Chaplin hails from Bristol, England.
VNY 2020: Milestone in tourism development11 Feb, 2020
The beginning of this calendar year has seen the commencement of Visit Nepal Year (VNY) 2020 which is the third and latest in the series of Visit Nepal Year and Nepal Tourism Year campaigns. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation had initially planned to start tourism year some two and half years ago in FY 2017/18 but the plan had to be postponed due to delay in the construction and upgrading of roads, reconstruction and renovation of historical monuments of art and architecture, maintenance...
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Media asked to use proper words to denote disability02 Mar, 2021
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Model Industrial Park02 Mar, 2021
Nepal's Graduation From LDC02 Mar, 2021
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Taking It To Bank02 Mar, 2021
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