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Manakamana cable car service to resume from Sunday

Manakamana cable car service to resume from Sunday

- by Narhari Sapkota

The Manakamana cable car is all set to resume its operations from Sunday. It has been closed for five months due to the fear of the COVID-19 infection. According to Ujwal Sherchan, deputy manager of Manakamana Darshan Pvt Ltd, the service has remained closed since April 29, 2021.

Karishma Manandhar introduces Intex’s home appliances in Nepali market

Karishma Manandhar introduces Intex’s home appliances in Nepali market

- by Republica

Veteran actor Karishma Manandhar has launched Intex’s home appliances in the Nepali market. At a press meet organized in Kathmandu on Wednesday, it was announced that she is the Managing Director of Risik Trading Concern. It is the official distributor of Intex brand of electronic goods such as television, refrigerator, washing machine and more.

Chanel buys up more jasmine fields to safeguard famous No. 5

Chanel buys up more jasmine fields to safeguard famous No. 5

- by Reuters

Wary of disappearing flower crops used in its best-selling perfumes, fashion and beauty firm Chanel has bought up more land in southern France to secure its supplies of jasmine and other varieties, harvested by hand in a delicate annual ritual.

Diner leaves $10,000 tip for workers at Florida restaurant

Diner leaves $10,000 tip for workers at Florida restaurant

- by Associated Press

A diner at a north Florida restaurant gathered the staff of 10 together to thank them for their hard work before leaving them a $10,000 tip to share. It happened last Tuesday night as the man, his wife and son finished their dinner at the Wahoo Seafood Grill, the Gainesville Sun reported.

New Asian American bakeries find bicultural sweet spot

New Asian American bakeries find bicultural sweet spot

- by Associated Press

For some Asian Americans, the dim sum cookie at Sunday Bakeshop here will taste like childhood. It looks like a typical sugar cookie except with sesame seeds on top. But bite into the creamy, red bean center and it’s reminiscent of the fried, filled sesame balls served at a Chinese dim sum restaurant.

Palestinian twins open cafe in converted jet in West Bank

Palestinian twins open cafe in converted jet in West Bank

- by Associated Press

Few Palestinians in the occupied West Bank get to board an airplane these days. The territory has no civilian airport and those who can afford a plane ticket must catch their flights in neighboring Jordan. But just outside the northern city of Nablus, a pair of twins is offering people the next best thing

PPGUK’s annual general meeting concluded with celebration of Kwaati Punhi

PPGUK’s annual general meeting concluded with celebration of Kwaati Punhi

- by Republica

Pasa Puchah Guthi UK (PPGUK), London organized this year’s Kwaati Punhi celebration and Annual General Meeting at Parliament Hill Park, London on Sunday. A total of 30 guests including founders and advisors of PPGUK—Mahanta Shrestha and Amrit Ratna Sthapit; Former President Sanyukta Shrestha, BOT President Ojesh Singh, general members and executive committee members attended the event.

'Virtual Gaijatra Pride Event' concludes

'Virtual Gaijatra Pride Event' concludes

- by Sangita Shrestha

On the occasion of Gaijatra, the US Embassy Kathmandu hosted 'Virtual Gaijatra Pride Event', to celebrate LGBTQI+ pride with US Ambassador Randy Berry, activist and human rights activists Angel Lama, author Niranjan Kunwar, and folk singer Prakash Saput on Monday.

Here's how to really take care of your makeup brushes

Here's how to really take care of your makeup brushes

- by Republica

We paint, contour, and highlight our faces with makeup brushes every day, but we can't always say the same thing about how frequently we're cleaning those brushes. Giving them a thorough washing every month or so is not enough. Here's some tips to clean up your makeup brushes the right way:

Shivata Love Foundation Nepal continues its good work

Shivata Love Foundation Nepal continues its good work

- by Republica

Shivata Love Foundation has recently donated rations to Pabitra Samaj Sewa Nepal. Ragini Upadhayaya, Chairperson of the foundation and former Vice-Chancellor of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts, visited the organization located at Budanikantha and made the donation on Tuesday.