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This week in history

This week in history

- by Republica

Titanic became the first film to earn more than 1 billion US $ worldwide. Though it was produced with a budget of just 200 million US $, this James Cameron directorial was able to earn around 2 billion US $ in aggregate.

This week in history

This week in history

- by Republica

An earthquake of 6.7 Richter scale hit Athens, the capital of Greece, killing 16 people and rendering many others injured.

Gaurishanker Memorial Award presented

- by RSS

The 'Gaurishanker Khadka Memorial Award' has been presented to various individuals on Friday. The prize carrying a purse of Rs 50,000 was presented by the Gaurishanker Memorial Academy.

This is why Meghan Markle wears oversized shoes

This is why Meghan Markle wears oversized shoes

- by Agencies

Former Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, keeps fashion and comfort hand in hand, as she is often seen wearing oversized shoes. According to a report by The List, Markle wears oversized shoes to avoid unnecessary fatigue and constant pressure that the feet go through while wearing heels.

Lengthy pizza delivers funds for embattled Australian firefighters

Lengthy pizza delivers funds for embattled Australian firefighters

- by Reuters

An Italian restaurant in Australia has made a 103 meter (338 foot) Margherita pizza to raise funds for firefighters battling bushfires. The pizza was rolled out in rectangular, meter-long pieces of dough, pieced together and covered with tomato sauce and mozzarella, before being baked using a conveyor oven

This week in history

This week in history

- by Republica

When you leaf through the pages of history, something interesting always comes up. The dates this week are no differen

Tips to give back to your community

Tips to give back to your community

- by Republica

Look up the places where you can volunteer and utilize your skills. You can find plenty of community schools, local hospitals and animal shelters where your help can prove useful.

Madhyapur Thimi’s beauty

Madhyapur Thimi’s beauty

- by Sangita Shrestha

The temple complexes having pagoda styled temples, wooden windows and doors. Then aesthetically alluring atmosphere speaks volume about Madhyapur Thimi being the soul of the city.

Never ending women’s water woes

Never ending women’s water woes

- by Krishna Kisi

Though drinking water pipelines have reached most of the households of Chyamasingh, Bhaktapur, women still have to struggle to fetch water from public tap.  They don’t have any option but to wait for hours for their turn to fill their vessels at public taps.