April 11: It's been a huge day for science. And an even bigger day for female scientists. Despite the tall order, an international team of more than 200 researchers unveiled the first-ever image of a black hole on Wednesday.
KATHMANDU, July 29: Minister for Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali stressed on the importance of Nepal’s relations with European Union Nations, United Nations, and international organizations in the Regional Conference of Nepali Ambassadors based in Europe in Brussels, Belgium.
The narrative behind the viral photo of a polar bear starving, reportedly thanks to climate change, has been called into question by the National Geographic photographer who took it in the first place.
Have you ever thought that the receipt you just got handed from the supermarket could be your canvas, and even an exhibit in an art studio, framed and all? Me neither. Luckily for us, Yoon Sinmo, thought the less common, more creative idea! Born in Korea, Sinmo, now 36, has always been passionate about drawing.
Theresa May has seen her popularity erode at home. According to Ipsos MORI, her image ratings have worsened since last September. While less of the public feel she is out of touch with ordinary people, fewer think she has a clear vision for Britain and that she is a capable leader.
KATHMANDU, July 6: Nepal Philatelic Society is organizing an exhibition of postage stamps bearing the image Nepali coins and paper notes brought into use so far in the country with an objective of giving a glimpse of the bank notes and coins in use from past to present.
Even in Kathmandu, which is hundreds of kilometers away from the main Indo-Nepal trading points, perhaps nine out of ten shops will (illegally) accept Indian currency notes. In Tarai-Madhesh abutting India, the use of Indian currency for transitional purposes is still more widespread.