Adjusted civil servants may return to federal level via promotion
Adjusted civil servants may return to federal level via promotion
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: The lower house of parliament   endorsed the replacement bill for the Civil Servants Adjustment Bill in a hurry on Friday, paving the way for  civil servants—those choosing adjustment in provincial and local services--to return to federal service through promotion.
Smart TV handed over to schools for tele-teaching
Opposition unimpressed with govt’s ‘achievements’
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: Opposition members and some leaders of the ruling parties have expressed their dissatisfaction over the performance of the government in the last one year.  A day after Prime Minister KP Oli claimed an unprecedented success in laying the foundation to steer the country toward prosperity, Nepali Congress leader Prakash Saran Mahat said on Friday that there was a feeling among people that the leftist government was falling short in delivering on its tall promises.
Smart TV handed over to schools for tele-teaching
SC begins hearings on petitions against Agni Sapkota
KATHMANDU, Feb 15: The Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court on Friday began final hearings on two writ petitions seeking court intervention to punish former Maoist leader Agni Prasad Sapkota for his alleged involvement in the murder of a schoolteacher.
Identity and nationalism
Identity and nationalism

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Season of love
Season of love

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Think beyond English
Think beyond English

In her email, the professor mentioned that she wanted the students to “commit to using...

Boundless love
Boundless love

Every year, people around the world celebrate February 14 as the day of love. Young...

Landowners without certificates
Landowners without certificates

Reasons of landlessness in these representative cases might be different. But there is commonality. This problem arose mainly due to lack of clear government policy to resolve such issues when they arise. ...

Govt raises export cash incentive to 5%
Govt raises export cash incentive to 5%

KATHMANDU, Feb 16: The government has increased the upper limit of cash incentive to five percent of the total export value on certain goods and products.

Army scores six against Bhutanese club as Three Star targets semifinals
Army scores six against Bhutanese club as Three Star targets semifinals

PHUNTSOLING, Feb 16: Tribhuvan Army Club has advanced into the semifinals of the ongoing Jigme Dorje Wangchuk Memorial Gold Cup football tournament with a staggering 6-0 win over Thimpu FC in Phuntsoling on Friday.

A wonderful world of baked goodies
A wonderful world of baked goodies

Dessert lovers beware: You won’t be able to stop gorging on these wonderful treats. Nana’s Delights, an artisan bakery located...
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Food that won’t make you fat
Food that won’t make you fat

If you dream about being able to eat whatever you want and not gain weight, you are not alone. However,...
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Making the most of your time
Making the most of your time

Isn’t it rather surprising how some people manage to get a great deal of work done in a day while...
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On the rise
On the rise

Baaja will soon be releasing an album and they have already started recording for it. Until then, you can hear...
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Putting babies under general anaesthetic won’t affect their development, new research shows
Putting babies under general anaesthetic won’t affect their development, new research shows

Making the decision to operate on a baby or toddler can be complex and confronting for parents. It involves weighing the risks versus the expected...
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Children with ASD more likely to face maltreatment, study finds
Children with ASD more likely to face maltreatment, study finds

A recent study by Vanderbilt researchers of 11 counties in Middle Tennessee revealed that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) were nearly 2.5 times more...
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Why milk teeth give clues to your child’s mental health
Why milk teeth give clues to your child’s mental health

Children with thin tooth enamel are more likely to develop mental health problems in later life, a new study finds. Researchers have analysed the milk...
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A weakness in a rare cancer that could be exploited with drugs
A weakness in a rare cancer that could be exploited with drugs

Cancer cells are, in some respects, impressive: They can grow relentlessly, sidestep the aging process by becoming immortal, and evade the immune system's persistent attacks....
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US Delegate-elect Bhandari sworn in
US Delegate-elect Bhandari sworn in

WASHINGTON D.C., Jan 10: Nepali immigrant Harry Bhandari, who has been elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in the United States of America, took the oath of office on Wednesday. ...
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Nepal, Suriname establish diplomatic relations
Nepal, Suriname establish diplomatic relations

KATHMANDU, Oct 12: Nepal and Suriname have established diplomatic relations today. ...
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Nepal, Madagascar establish diplomatic relations
Nepal, Madagascar establish diplomatic relations

NEW YORK, Sept 27: Nepal and the Republic of Madagascar have established diplomatic relations today. ...
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Maryland  gun shooting: One Nepali dies, and another severely injured
Maryland gun shooting: One Nepali dies, and another severely injured

AMERICA, Sept 22: In a shooting incident in Harford County, Maryland, USA, one Nepali died whle another one sustained critical injuries. Three Americans have also died in the incident. ...
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Why we need science?
Why we need science?

​Nepal government has allocated only 0.38 percent of the total budget for science and technology....

The importance of think tanks in public policy in Nepal
The importance of think tanks in public policy in Nepal

Think tanks in Nepal are either inactive or ineffective due to the lack of sufficient...

Relevance of government on health insurance scheme
Relevance of government on health insurance scheme

The issue of health insurance used to be hot cake in the parliament, among bureaucrats, politician,...

Violence against women: Is it a normalized phenomenon in our society?
Violence against women: Is it a normalized phenomenon in our society?

One fine Friday evening, as I was scrolling down my Facebook page, a video caught...

NRNA ICC Expert Conference: Expectations and Challenges
NRNA ICC Expert Conference: Expectations and Challenges

When NRNA ICC participants and experts are returning from their visit to a rendezvous of...