Back in 2008, infants and newborn’s died due to adulteration in their formula milk which further caused 6,200 children to fall sick. It is not uncommon for some unscrupulous producers to indulge in milk adulteration in Nepal as well. Milk is often a subject of fraud for financial gain. Water is the most common adulterant, which decreases the nutritive value of milk. If water is contaminated, for example with chemicals or pathogens are added to the milk, then it possesses serious health risks for consumers. Other cheaper materials are milk powder, urea and cane sugar. These additions have the potential to cause serious health problems to the consumer.
The growing trend of youths migrating abroad for foreign employment has led to a scarcity of human resources in Nepal. Contemplating the skill shortage, a group of three young entrepreneurs, Sujeet Regmi, Pukar Acharya, and Kawish Bhakta Shrestha established a digital maintenance company named Sajilo Marmat Sewa (SMS) in 2017. Currently, the company has been providing services in eight different sectors, including plumbing, carpentry, painting, electrical appliances, computer, networking, and aluminum construction.
Sworek, a new tourism destination, has come into the radar of multiple travel enthusiasts within a short duration of time. Located in Bhirkot-5, travelers are required to travel a distance of about 8 km from Adhikhola to reach Sworek. The destination also has road accessibility and is considered an ideal location for paragliding competitions. Local tour leader, Krishna Jung KC, stated that traveling to Sworek was pleasant even during the monsoon.
Forty child-sized wheelchairs, 'Wheelchairs of Hope', were distributed to children with disabilities by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, amidst a function organized collaboratively by the Lions Club of Kathmandu Capital District 325-A2 and Karuna Foundation Nepal on Tuesday.
Nepali Baba, Tej Nath Sharma is a spiritual guru and the founder of Vindhyavashini Adhyatmik Sangh. He established his organization in Magh of 2040 in Kathmandu, at the Shobha Bhagbati temple premise. It was later officially registered a year later.
At the end of the day, after your busy schedule, you probably return home exhausted. Maybe it is because you are so much occupied with the assignments and project works that you hardly any have time to think about things you love. Or, it may also be because of something that you missing in your life, which are yet to discover.
KATHMANDU, July 18: Kathmandu is a bustling city comprising people from all walks of life. The abundance of population means that the serenity and the peace of the city are disrupted as the residents carry out their daily duties.
I am a 24-year-old woman currently studying bachelor in Australia. I have been married for three years and I have a 10-month-old baby boy. Since I got pregnant, my husband started gambling. He has already lost a lot of money.