‘Lumbini holds huge tourism potential’17 Sep, 2019
Since the beginning, tourism in Lumbini has been facing a seasonality constraint. However, Lumbini hosts a lot of tourists during the major tourist seasons. Lumbini’s reputation as an international destination grows with every passing season.
Lalitpur Metropolis bracing for VNY 202017 Sep, 2019
“We aim to form a committee incorporating the various communities of the core area of Patan to organise cultural and religious programmes throughout the year,” he said.
Peace trek to link mountain, hill and flatlandBy RSS
A trekking route connecting the mountainous, hilly and flat ecological regions of the country has been envisaged and is in the process of being developed. The trekking route is named Buddha Peace Trekking Route and it links the trans-Himalayan district Manang in Gandaki state with Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha in State 5.
Effective Justice System ,Attorneys & police must work in tandem13 Sep, 2019
In our criminal justice system, the police have been empowered to investigate to bring perpetrator to justice, whereas prosecutors have been assigned to make sure that due legal process has been followed during the investigation.
Fear and hegemony grind down world order -II13 Sep, 2019
The fourth contradiction is an old one, between the state and the market. Economists and politicians take a sinusoidal approach towards this issue: how the state and the market are cooperating (or not) and what the relations between them should look like; whether the state should spearhead development or the market should be responsible for development—in other words, whether the state should be in charge of our well-being or the market should create conditions for our well-being. Weakened...
CSR essential to be accountable to society12 Sep, 2019
United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) defines CSR as the management model used by the institutions to balance the economic, environmental and social imperatives of a company. It makes a company accountable to the society and environment, in the line of earning profit.
‘VNY offers opportunity for Nepal Airlines to regain glory’10 Sep, 2019
It is worth mentioning that Nepal’s tourism has recovered from the 2015 earthquake immediately one year after the disaster. Many people had anticipated that it would take at least 5-6 years for our tourism to recuperate from the devastating earthquake.
Three pinnacles recovered at Jayabageshwori Temple09 Sep, 2019
According to the Pashupati Area Development Trust, the historic objects reflecting the Pagoda style, the feature of Lichhavi era, were recovered recently after the second roof of the temple was demolished.
Huawei announces Kirin 990 (5G) chip at IFA 201908 Sep, 2019
"Kirin 990 (5G) is the world''s first 5G SoC, and it will enable end-users to access superb 5G connectivity experience one step ahead in the first year of 5G commercialization.
Dolphin festival from August 1405 Sep, 2019
The festival is being hosted by the Kailali Hotel Entrepreneurs Association in Tikarpur from August 14 to 16.
Depletion of oxygen in ancient oceans caused mass extinction04 Sep, 2019
For years, scientists struggled to connect a mechanism to this mass extinction, one of the 10 most dramatic ever recorded in Earth’s history. Now, researchers from Florida State University have confirmed that this event, referred to by scientists as the Lau/Kozlowskii extinction, was triggered by an all-too-familiar culprit: rapid and widespread depletion of oxygen in the global oceans.
Rising seas threaten Egypt's fabled city04 Sep, 2019
Egypt’s coastal city of Alexandria, which has survived invasions, fires and earthquakes since it was founded by Alexander the Great more than 2,000 years ago, now faces a new menace in the form of climate change.
Teej festival marked (photo feature)02 Sep, 2019
Kathmandu, Sept 2: Teej, a special festival of Hindu women in Nepal, is marked this year on Monday, September 2. On this day, women also observe day-long fasting and visit shrines wishing longevity, good health of their spouse and family members. They also dance experssing joys and pains of their lives. Here are some photos about the celebration of Teej festival.
Rhino census to be conducted in March 202002 Sep, 2019
Rhinos are found in Chitwan, Parsa, Bardiya and Shuklaphanta national parks. The census would be carried out in these national parks simultaneously.
DSLR vs Mirrorless cameras: Which one should you choose?01 Sep, 2019
Due to the absence of the mirror and pentaprism setup, mirrorless cameras are smaller and more compact than their DSLR counterparts. At the same time, mirrorless cameras also happen to be lighter. So these kinds of cameras offer better portability while carrying it around.
Tharu brothers observe Atwari festival for 'good' fortune of sisters01 Sep, 2019
The food is prepared in a group of three to four people in a special traditional chamber called 'Bahari' which is cleaned and daubed by cow dung. Special kind of firewood 'Ganyari' is used for cooking, said Tharu community leader Dansingh Dahit
Indo-Pacific Strategy just a name given to the US policy: Berry29 Aug, 2019
When talking about IPS, the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) comes automatically in. Why have these two become contentious? I think that Nepal is a part of the Indo-Pacific Region like other countries in the region. IPS is not the counterpart of the BRI. We just want to promote democratic values – freedom and openness - throughout the globe. We seek to promote an internationally recognised forum for the same.
A case of harassment by self-proclaimed therapist25 Aug, 2019
Sharma filed a First Information Report (F.I.R.) against the therapist at Metropolitan Police Station, Lalitpur. The police arrested the accused on 7th August 2019. The therapist had initially denied all accusations. Later, he claimed he had developed the method of treatment on his own, and it was actually effective among young people. “Upon being asked about the credibility of the method and documents related to it, by the police, he couldn’t show any,” said Sharma. The therapist...
Blind woman feels breast to locate cancerous lumpsBy Ajita Rijal
Dr Hoffmann said that he founded his organisation, Discovering Hands, as early detection of breast cancer increases chances for survival and reduces burden of treatment. "Women doing self-examinations can feel tumors which of 2cm and larger," said Shalini Khanna, Director of National Association for the Blind (Centre for Blind Women) of India. "Doctors usually find tumors between 1cm and 2cm, whereas blind examiners find lumps between 6mm and 8mm,” said Khanna, presenting the Indian...