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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.

'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.

Fake COVID-19 vaccination cards worry college officials

Fake COVID-19 vaccination cards worry college officials

- by Associated Press

As the delta variant of the coronavirus sweeps across the United States, a growing number of colleges and universities are requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students to attend in-person classes. But the new mandate has opened the door for those opposed to getting the vaccine to cheat the system, according to interviews with students, education and law enforcement officials.

Friendship Day 2021: Three friendships that changed how we think about world

Friendship Day 2021: Three friendships that changed how we think about world

- by Agencies

There is something wonderful in human connections of friendship, which somehow pushes the boundaries of individual limits and allows people to become greater than the sum of their individualities. Sometimes, these connections wield the power to change, or at least, influence the course of human history, in ways that we usually do not anticipate.

Who is to blame for these casualties?

Who is to blame for these casualties?

- by Upendra Lamichhane

Vehicles have been lazily stopped in a line at the Amlekhgunj-Pathlaiya road section inside Parsa National Park. At the end of the line, there is a vehicle with a message written on its rear side - "Save Tiger''. However, beside it, a 10-year-old Royal Bengal tiger is seen lying on the road, bleeding from its mouth.

Millennial Money: A garden’s lessons for growing money

Millennial Money: A garden’s lessons for growing money

- by Associated Press

Soil, sun, water and seed: The ingredients of a garden are simple, but the final product is never guaranteed. Willing a plot of land into a vibrant state of bloom takes intention, know-how and no small amount of trial and error.

Flying solo, 19-year-old woman aims to set aviation record

Flying solo, 19-year-old woman aims to set aviation record

- by Reuters

A 19-year-old is paving the way for girls in STEM by setting the record for the youngest woman to fly solo around the world next month. Belgian-British Zara Rutherford sets off on her 51,000 kilometre (32,000 miles) journey in her bespoke Shark ultralight plane, the world's fastest microlight, on August 11.

Second AALP International Conference concluded virtually

Second AALP International Conference concluded virtually

- by Republica

Asian Association of Law Professors (AALP) is a not-for-profit consortium of legal institutions and individuals from worldwide connected to Asia. AALP concluded its second International Conference through a virtual medium on July 9 and 10, 2021.