No liquid? No problem for these hardy species.

KAZAN, July 3: South Korea hammered the Germans, and Japan very nearly did the same to Belgium, but Asia’s representatives are once again heading home before the business end of the World Cup gets going.

A little girl's diary

June 26, 2018 08:40 am

Dear diary, My mom already had a routine set in her head for the day; destination: Nepal Mediciti. We drove to the hospital that very much resembled America. It was huge, attractive, and clean. As I entered, I was welcomed by the smell of spring blossoms. The hospital was well organized, to say the least, and the state of the art technology was more fascinating.

Yemen, June 19: “My mom said we don’t have enough money to buy new clothes this Eid because of the war,” proclaims Nassem, a young Yemeni girl. Instead, her hands are adorned with hena’a — a black liquid applied to form intricate designs to the skin. “I want dad to see my hands, he’ll like it, Nassem says.

My Little Pony

May 5, 2018 09:58 am

My little pony has run away from me Under the racks, under the guillotine, where could she be? Why would she leave me? We played every night Could she have left me due to grief? Or of fright?

Pushing a little soul into Sessions

April 20, 2018 11:31 am

When Yomari Sessions first hit our music scene it was a breath of fresh air. The live single-take performances were all about authenticity and originality. Further, being a platform specifically for independent bands, it gave us – the viewers – a new perspective into the Nepali music scape as well.

KATHMANDU, Feb 23: The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) has shown Nepal making a little progress in curbing corruption in 2017.

For a little festive cheer

December 22, 2017 10:48 am

The days leading up to Christmas will see some really special events and markets in our capital city. Whether you are in mood for some holiday shopping or want to sample a few Christmas delights or it’s music you are actually after, these fairs have it all covered.

KATHMANDU, Dec 21: As the leftist parties -- CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) -- prepare to form a new government after their resounding victory in the recent parliamentary and provincial assembly polls, media reports speak of discomfort in India and 'cautious optimism' in China.

Little Angels’ hosts fourth LAMUN

December 20, 2017 09:44 am

Little Angels' College has been hosting the 4th Little Angels' Model Nations (LA MUN), an annual event of the college’s GCE A Level from Monday.

Bearing little

December 13, 2017 00:30 am

Mandarin orange presents great business proposition in mid-hill and over 300 pockets have been developed.

The BBA (Fourth Year) Students of Little Angels’ College of Management (LACM) organized  Momo Con Food Festival Program on the college premises. The program was held in association with Republica- a leading English Daily Newspaper. This is the 8th successive food-fest organized by LACM. Momo Con is a project work under the course of Entrepreneurship and New Business Formation.

KATHMANDU, Nov 18: Little Angels’ School had a different aura on Friday. Eight graders of Little Angels’ school were excited to take a class conducted by Indian robotics experts.

The Little Shopkeeper

October 23, 2017 09:25 am

Eight-year-old Sagar KC studies in Grade IV at Annapurna School and is currently living in Bhotahity, Kathmandu. He sells fidget spinners by the road in his small stall to earn some pocket money for himself and his 10 –year-old brother.

LOS ANGELES, Sept 11: Hollywood actor George Clooney opened up about his life with and after his newborn twins -- Alexander and Ella, both three months old, with human rights lawyer Amal. He is surprised that he has little control.

KRETZHAUS, Sept 10:  An English tree surgeon has reacted to Brexit by transforming his German home into a quirky homage to Britain, complete with red telephone boxes and a life-size model of Queen Elizabeth.

Little Angels’ becomes team champion

August 30, 2017 08:36 am

KATHMANDU, August 30: Host Little Angels’ School became team champion in the tenth LA-JTI Inter School Junior Open Tennis Tournament that concluded on Tuesday. Little Angels’ accumulated a total of 84 points to become the champion for the eighth time.

LONDON, July 29: Charlie Gard, a British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, local media said on Friday.

LITTLE ROCK, July 1: Police said 17 people were hurt in a shooting early Saturday after a dispute at a downtown Little Rock nightclub. The city’s police chief said officers suspect multiple people fired weapons but that the incident was not terror-related.

Life’s little luxuries

June 2, 2017 12:07 pm

After a hectic day at work or a busy week, all we want to do is relax and take it easy but sometimes that’s easier said than done, especially when there are things that need attention on the home front too. But recharge and re-energize we must. So whenever you find some little pockets of time, try one of these little ideas that we have for you here. Even if your day has been really chaotic, indulge yourself for a few minutes before you call it a night. We guarantee you will go to bed soothed and wake up all set to tackle another busy day.

Little things

May 19, 2017 12:31 pm

Living in an apartment, or in an older home with tiny rooms, can present a challenge bigger than just how to make your limited space seem larger.

Too little, too late

May 2, 2017 00:25 am

While Madhesi people have faced bullets benefits have accrued mostly to a handful of Madhesi leaders

WASHINGTON, March 18: President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel tried to sidestep their differences, but some awkward moments punctuated their first public appearance.

Saving the environment may feel like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. If you think about the little things you can do to help the environment, you can make a big difference yourself just by changing a couple of habits. Yes, it’s still a huge deal that the ice caps and glaciers are melting at alarming rates however, you don’t have to feel hopeless, because there’s a lot you can do yourself.

The Little Angels’ Model United Nations (LAMUN) is being held from Wednesday and it is organized by the students.

Tiny little shame

November 19, 2016 00:25 am

Till we make peace with our past we will continue to look at ourselves with utter contempt and breed inferiority complex in next generation

A little politics

November 12, 2016 00:25 am

Over-politicization of society has hindered development initiatives in Nepal’s countryside

Little things, big delight

October 7, 2016 00:30 am

They boldly declare themselves as cheesy and corny and yet people are absolutely loving it. Just in case, the offerings at Hallmark and Archies have become a tad too conventional and mainstream for your taste, Little Things present to you their collection of cards, mugs, totes and bookmarks all designed with a unique signature of quirkiness.

'Parched' seems a little too contrived

September 24, 2016 17:42 pm

In Leena Yadav's "Parched", three women in an arid village of Rajasthan fight separate battles and find reserves of strength in each other to help tide over tough times.

LONDON, Aug 23: Business activity across the 19-country eurozone grew at a steady but subdued pace in August as the region continued to show little concern about the impact of a British exit from the European Union.

Little victories

August 18, 2016 00:25 am

When we steadily support youth, they can create a safer, more just and more sustainable future

LAHAN, July 4: Two months ago, Sobha Singh of Harkatti VDC in Siraha district gave birth to her first baby. But her happiness was shortlived as the baby died after a while the same day.

BAJURA, June 27: Programs implemented by the Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF) in Bajura, one of the most poverty-stricken districts, have turned out to be ineffective.

The little priest

June 17, 2016 16:50 pm

On a visit to Pashupatinath temple, a rare sight caught my attention and I went to take a closer look. There was a boy, not older than 10 years, intensely studying the palms of a much older man. The look of concentration in his face and the professional way in which he was examining the fate lines spoke of quite some experience.