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Celebrating 2nd World Cycle Day

Celebrating 2nd World Cycle Day

- by Republica

To mark the 2nd World Cycle Day, Nepal Cycle Society, in support with Lalitpur Metropolitan City hosted the cycle rally on Saturday morning.

7 self-help tips to stop smoking

7 self-help tips to stop smoking

- by Agencies

Every year May 31 is observed as World No Tobacco Day and this year’s campaign focuses on 'tobacco and lung health'. And if you are wondering how to get rid of smoking, here’s some tips that might help you stop smoking.

Save the bees (and time and money) by creating a bee lawn

Save the bees (and time and money) by creating a bee lawn

- by Associated Press

Flowering “bee lawns” that attract pollinators are a compromise between fastidious turf management and the more casual yard approach. They add biodiversity to the landscape and need less maintenance. That makes them cost-effective, too.

Here’s why smart dustbin is really smart

Here’s why smart dustbin is really smart

- by Sangita Shrestha

According to Harish Agrawal, director of Krishna Suppliers Pvt Ltd, they have installed around 45 smart dustbins, serving more than its name. This smart dustbin is solar powered with cell phone charging plugs for emergency use. And soon it will also provide free Wi-Fi up to 5 meters distance for half an hour a day. Moreover, the middle part of this smart dustbin is meant for displaying advertisements.

Red Circle Empowering Women as an Girls in ICT Day Initiative

Red Circle Empowering Women as an Girls in ICT Day Initiative

- by Mushkaan Jain

Red Circle in collaboration with Child Safe Net, Nepal Telecommunications Authority, and International Telecommunications Union and with the support of International Youth Media Summit, Khalti and Oscar International College of Film Studies organized a 10 Days Video Editing Certification Course as a Girls in ICT Day Initiative.

Abortion rights demonstration held on Cannes red carpet

Abortion rights demonstration held on Cannes red carpet

- by Associated Press

Ahead of Saturday’s premiere of an Argentine documentary on abortion, dozens of women demonstrated for abortion rights on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival in France. Women, including the filmmakers and activists seen in the film, waved green handkerchiefs and carried a large banner while walking the Cannes carpet at the premiere of Argentine director Juan Solanas’ “Let It Be Law.” The documentary depicts Argentina’s battle to legalize abortion.

Prince Harry accepts apology for intrusive images

Prince Harry accepts apology for intrusive images

- by Associated Press

Prince Harry settled privacy and data protection claims Thursday against a news agency that hovered over his home in a helicopter and took photos directly into his living room and bedroom. Harry accepted substantial damages and an apology from Splash News and Picture Agency. The figure was not disclosed.

New edition of Anne Frank diary 'brings the reader closer to her'

New edition of Anne Frank diary 'brings the reader closer to her'

- by Reuters

Anne Frank made two diaries - her original journal and a revised version, reworked after she learned of plans to collect diaries and other papers to document the war period. “This is the book that Anne wanted to write and to publish,” Nussbaum, 91, said of the new edition, which will be published in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Meghan, Harry release baby feet photo for US Mother’s Day

Meghan, Harry release baby feet photo for US Mother’s Day

- by Associated Press

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have released a photo of their newborn baby’s feet to mark Meghan’s first Mother’s Day as a mom. The image posted Sunday on Instagram showed Meghan’s hand cradling the feet of her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, with a bed of spring flowers below serving as the background.

7 Perfect Mother’s Day gifts ideas

7 Perfect Mother’s Day gifts ideas

- by Republica

It’s mother’s day on Saturday and you haven’t decided yet what you want to present to your mom. If that’s your case, then don’t worry.

Oldest human footprint found in the Americas confirmed in Chile: researcher

Oldest human footprint found in the Americas confirmed in Chile: researcher

- by Reuters

A 15,600-year old footprint discovered in southern Chile is believed to be the oldest ever found in the Americas, according to researchers. The footprint was first discovered in 2010 by a student at the Universidad Austral of Chile. Scientists then worked for years to rule out the possibility that the print may have belonged to some other species of animal, and to determine the fossil’s estimated age.