World's longest-serving leaders

PALM BEACH, Fla. March 24:  President Donald Trump released an order Friday night banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under “limited circumstances,” following up on his calls last year to ban transgender individuals from serving.

Non-royals who have served the longest time in power

As times goes by, the world becomes increasingly high-tech, while humans depend upon the innovation of science to make life easier and faster. Likewise, the fast food business marked a new height with the opening of Kripsy Krunchy Fried Chicken (KKFC) last Friday. KKFC is located on the ground floor of People’s Plaza, New Road. Since it’s opening, the restaurant has become a unique spot for customers as the food here is served by a programmed robot called ‘Amy’.

Serving Soup

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Be it to get the right nutrients with as few calories as possible or to warm up your body in cold shivering winters, soups come highly recommended. And it’s not just tomato and sweet corn, but soups can basically be made from all kind of veggies or meats. It’s quick and easy to make as well, and is just right for dinner during these cold times.

ISLAMABAD, July 28: Pakistan Supreme Court disqualifies Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from serving because of corruption allegations.

Kanchan  Jha, 33, is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Sano Paila, a local NGO established in 2006  focusing on youth empowerment in Birgunj. He is a freelance media producer for Al Jazeera and a pioneer in the field of youth empowerment in Nepal. Holding his firm belief to serve for humanity, Jha dedicated his life to social causes from the very early phase of his life. Jha spoke to Republica about the inspiration to start an organization, his experiences on venturing his journey and the setbacks he has come across throughout.

POKHARA, Nov 26: CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has ruled out the possibility of amending the new Constitution just to serve the 'inscrutable interests' of certain people.

KATHMANDU, Sept 5: Former Maoist combatant Sanjaya Jargha Magar, 25, originally from Bhainse of Malwanpur district, died early Sunday morning at Dillibazaar prison, where he had been serving a jail term for engaging in fraud, petrol pump meter tampering and black-marketing of petroleum products.

KATHMANDU, June 28: Medication for Nepal, (MFN), an innovative volunteer-run health initiative started by Nepali social entrepreneur Sumana Shrestha, has won accolades at the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit.