KREMLIN, July 28: Washington's use of payment systems for political purposes undermines the US dollar as a global currency, said Russian President Vladimir Putin at the BRICS Summit in South Africa.Putin added that Russia has no intention of getting rid of the US dollar, as the currency is widely used in international trade and business.
KATHMANDU, July 4: CDS and Clearing Ltd (CDSCL) has cautioned investors against downloading or using a mobile application named ‘Mero Share’ developed by the little-known developer Little d Business.
Mero Share is a service provided by the CDSCL through which investors can see their transactions details in their demat account online.
UDAYAPUR, June 20: It has been four years since Udayapur was declared an Open Defecation Free (ODF) Zone but the locals of Musahar community living in various parts of the district have just started making and using toilets.
ITAHARI, June 11: It's been 15 years since Manju Limbu of Itahari-5 divorced her husband after being unable to bear the torturous marriage. She has been living in her maternal home since then. Forty-year-old Limbu has a son. She has long been doing labor to earn bread for her son and herself.
More than half the people who use smartphones, spend more than five hours on it, says a recent research. Despite knowing how harmful the over usage of a phone is, we aren’t able to do anything about it. We are in a way bound to it and feel helpless if our phones are away from us even for 10 minutes. The way we panic when we touch our pocket and our phone is not there, tells us how phone has become an indispensable part of our lives.
March 12: Volkswagen vehicles recalled and fixed after the worldwide "dieselgate" emissions cheating scandal are using more fuel and still failing pollution tests, according to a study by Australia's peak motoring body released Monday.
Accessing porn without the protection of Incognito mode just isn’t an option for many people. Unfortunately, the much loved browsing feature will be lumbered with some highly inconvenient baggage next month, when age verification checks go live on pornographic websites.
KATHMANDU, Feb 21: Despite purchasing a new CT scanner several months ago, Bir Hospital, which is the oldest and largest hospital of the country, is still using the old dysfunctional machine to scan the patients for neuro and various other problems.
LONDON, Feb 19: Oxfam’s country director in Haiti admitted to using prostitutes at his residence during a relief mission before resigning in 2011, according to an internal investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct released by the charity on Monday.
BIRATNAGAR, Feb 7: Transport entrepreneurs of Morang have taken four overloaded tippers under control for passing through the dilapidated Mirgunj bridge at Bathnaha of India, next to Nepal border, which is considered a lifeline for Nepali importers.
DANG, Jan 30: Shanti Chaudhary, the vice-chairperson of Gadhwa Rural Municipality, is the coordinator of the judicial committee of the rural municipality. As she has been entrusted with the responsibility of settling and resolving all the legal issues, she often has to travel to remote areas for doing her job.
ACHHAM, Nov 26: Menstruating females are restricted using toilets in Achham.
Male and elder female members of villages in the district have decided to restrict females during menstruation and during post-delivery period using toilets.
KHOTANG, Nov 3: People of the underprivileged Dalit community in Khotang district have expressed great disappointment with the political parties for using them only as a 'vote bank'. During a program organized at Hotel Shuvadin in the district headquarters Diktel on Thursday, Stakeholders of various authorities discussed caste-based discrimination, untouchability and the national and international laws regarding them.
BHAKTAPUR, Oct 29: Farmers of Bhaktapur have harvested paddy for the first time using a machine. The harvesting machine, named ‘Mini Command’, has helped farmers take a relief from hard manual labor harvesting the major staple crop.
CHITWAN, Oct 17: As the Tihar, also known as the festival of lights, which is celebrated for five days has already begun, people are busy purchasing electric decorative lights across the country including in Chitwan.
CHITWAN, Oct 2: Nepal and India are going to conduct a joint head count of tigers in the national parks, forests and sanctuaries in Nepal and those in India adjoining Nepal using the same camera tapping method.
KATHMANDU, Sept 25: We have reached a time when manual labor is gradually being replaced with digital resources. Banking is one of the industries that undergoes numerous transactions and requires proper data storage. The younger generations of people have adapted technology in various sectors of their lives, banking being one of those sectors, while the older generations have shown some level of reluctance to adapt it completely.
KATHMANDU, September 1: The Election Commission (EC) has barred the ministers and public position holders from using state-owned helicopters in government businesses during the elections and asked them to seek prior consent of the election body even when they have to use private helicopters.
When it comes to building muscle quickly, shrinking your recovery time and even losing some fat, protein supplements have been known to help us in our quest. However, consuming them isn’t as simple as purchasing a tub of protein at your closest fitness store. Folks at Diet Nepal in Naxal have been around supplying protein supplements for years now and they can vouch for it. Here, Laxmi Timalsina from the Diet Nepal store helps
CHITWAN, July 15: A study conducted by the Agriculture and Forestry University in Chitwan has found that pesticide is being used in eggplant the most. According to the study conducted in 20 different types of vegetables in the district, second and third largest use of pesticide was found to be in capsicum and long capsicum.
POKHARA, July 2: Farmers in Pokhara have started using tractor for plowing their field as it is easier and faster than using a pair of oxen. They have found that plowing the field with tractor costs lesser than using oxen.
The massive disastrous events continually occur imposing a great threat to the present day human civilization, particularly on the aspects of development and socio-economic arena of people. The frequency and magnitude of the natural and human induced disasters are on the rise. When a disaster strikes, it hits hard and affects the low income countries where poverty, poor and inadequate infrastructure further make the situation worse.
Kathmandu, Feb 8: Wiseyak is a health care IT company that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide services to hospitals, patients and doctors. The company is trying to build clinical decision support system which would make it easier for the doctors to reach to the proper diagnosis.
With the onset of winter, it’s time to protect your hair from damage that the natural harsh elements cause and the ideal way to do it is to include essential fatty acids and zinc in your diet, says an expert.
Britain’s privacy watchdog said on Monday that Facebook has agreed to suspend using data from UK users of its WhatsApp messaging app for advertisements or product-improvement purposes after the watchdog said consumers weren’t properly protected.
KATHMANDU, July 21: Minister for Law and Justice Agni Kharel has alleged the CPN (Maoist Center) of using cases related to armed-conflict for laying claim to power rather than being serious about settling them in a proper way.