A Florida woman last week used Linkin Park lyrics to help save a man's life, literally talking a suicidal man off the ledge with portions of the band's bittersweet "One More Light," as Orlando's WKMG-TV reported.

That suicidal feeling

November 18, 2018 11:40 am

“This is soon going to be over”, thought Maya. She gravely looked at a dozen sleeping pills in her hand. There is no one athome today and no one to prevent her from doing it; unlike the last time, when she tried to jump off the balcony. She prospects of being eternally free, but her hand tembles violently.

UDAYAPUR, June 30: Ward child Protection and Promotion Sub-committee (WCPPSC), Udayapur was successful in stopping a child marriage in Rupatar on Wednesday.

BIRATNAGAR, June 28: Locals of Buddhanagar of Biratnagar-18 have been successful in stopping an Indian company from digging the no man's land by using a bulldozer.

Having a tattoo reduces your chances of getting a job, says a recent report. Face tattoos irk employers the most.

AUSTRIA, June 3: Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer made his comeback from a nine-month injury break on Saturday but was unable to prevent the world champions suffering a surprise 2-1 friendly defeat to Austria.

CHITWAN, May 18: Construction works as per the bio-engineering techniques have been intensified to stabilize slopes and prevent soil erosion and landslides as well as other kind of possible damages along the Narayangadh-Munglin road section.

KASKI, Oct 30: Every year before the end of October, a majority of houses in Mustang are empty with most of the locals migrating temporarily to the 'plains' (Beni, Pokhara, Kushma) in order to escape extreme cold. Surprisingly, this year almost all Mustang locals are still in their homes waiting to take part in the upcoming federal and provincial polls slated for November 26.

GORKHA, Oct 15: Women of Siranchowk Rural Municipality-4, Amarai have joined hands in order to take initiatives to save their village which is at a high risk of landslide and flood.

Mahottari, Oct 4: The District Public Health Office (DPHO), Mahottari has launched a campaign aimed at preventing dengue virus infection in the district.

NUWAKOT,  Sept 5: The residents of Okharpauwa in Nuwakot where a dumping site for the management of Kathmandu Valley's waste has been set up have said they are not allowing the garbage disposal for an indefinite period until their demands remain unaddressed.

LAHAN, Aug 21: An environment expert and engineer has urged for Chure conservation in view of the devastating flood in the tarai region every monsoon. Unless illegal extraction in the Chure range comes to an end, flood and landslides in the plains and the hills cannot be averted, they warned.

KATHMANDU, June 20: As a saying goes, “Will power and diligence will help one achieve his/her goal.” This holds true for the life of Sujit Darnal.

ILAM, June 19: CPN (UML) senior leader and former Prime Minister Jhalanath Khanal has said that no force can obstruct the second phase of the local level polls scheduled for June 28.

LAHAN, May 26: In the next seven days, Madhes-centric parties will have to decide whether or not to participate in the second phase of local elections slated for June 14. Since those parties that have remained undecided about participating in the elections are losing their cadres to other parties, some of the Madhes-centric parties are opting to participate in the election due to immense pressure from their cadres.

Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said last week tech developers have a responsibility to prevent a dystopian ‘1984’ future as the US technology titan unveiled a fresh initiative to bring artificial intelligence into the mainstream.

KATHMANDU, Jan 28: NiDARR, a smartphone application designed to provide individuals a secure and private platform to stay connected to their contact circles, report gender based violence, and maximizes their safety to prevent violence before it happens has been launched.

Tricks to prevent behavioral tracking

January 11, 2017 23:00 pm

The internet of today can be called a big spying machine. We regularly visit Facebook, Twitter, Google and Skype. We post many things, but what about the things we don’t share online? Well, all the sites and advertisement companies probably have those data. How? Using behavioral tracking.

KATHMANDU, Dec 3: While the new management at Nepal Electricity Authority has received accolades from the public for reducing power cuts significantly, three members of the NEA board have opposed a number of key agenda items tabled by Managing Director Kulman Ghising at a board meeting.

If you drink 3-5 cups of coffee a day, new research spells good news for you! A moderate intake of coffee may provide protection against age-related cognitive decline and other neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, says recent research.

KATHMANDU, Nov 24:The Health Ministry has come up with a guideline to regulate foreign trips of its employees after growing criticism from public that the government employees spend more time on foreign junket rather than in the office.

LOS ANGELES, Nov 13: Actor Brad Pitt reportedly has some 'dynamite' audio recordings of Jolie which he may use to prevent her from getting primary custody of their six children.

SRINAGAR, India, Oct 4: Authorities in Indian-controlled Kashmir have banned the publication of a local newspaper, saying that its contents could incite violence in the disputed region.

Prevent employee burnout

September 19, 2016 23:15 pm

Perhaps you’ve been there—work is overwhelming, help is limited and before you know it, your drive and determination have diminished and all you can think about is how to get out of work.

KATHMANDU, July 27: Federal Socialist Forum Nepal Chairman Upendra Yadav has intensified political meetings to prevent Madhesi People’s Rights Forum, Democratic (MPRF-D) Chairman Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar from joining the new government to be formed by the Nepali Congress-CPN (Maoist Center) alliance.

BHAKTAPUR, July21: Minister for Information and Communications Sherdhan Rai has accused that attempts to bring down the government are being made to prevent the Nepal visit by Chinese President, Xi Jinping.