KATHMANDU/ NEPALGUNJ, August 1: A week has elapsed since the main canal of Sikta Irrigation Project broke down during testing but the government remains non-responsive on the matter of a project which is meant for making an economic impact in Province 5.
KATHMANDU, July 27: Nepali Congress lawmaker Minendra Rijal questioned the rationale of the government to force Dr. Govinda KC for his 15th hunger strike when it eventually had to agree with the demands.
July 11: The World Population Day is a United Nations' initiative celebrated on the 11th of July every year. This day aims at spreading awareness about the exploding world population and the importance of reproductive health.
LEEDS, July 5: Over the course of two tumultuous decades, the US government has determinedly endeavored to destabilize, undermine and ultimately depose the democratically-elected government of Venezuela without pause. First they came for Hugo Chavez, then his successor Nicolas Maduro.
MOSCOW, July 3: Tuesday commemorates the 30th anniversary of the crash of Iran Air Flight 655, downed by the US guided missile cruiser Vincennes over the Persian Gulf. All 290 people on board, including 66 children, were killed in what is believed to be one of the worst disasters in the history of aviation.
In spring, days are longer compared to winter. The warmer days activate hormones in the birds allowing them to know that its spring. Spring, for them, is seasons of possibilities. The season also ensures plenty of food acting as a stimulant for mating. Male birds sing to attract their female counterparts, and also to mark territories.
KATHMANDU, May 10: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Nepal on a two-day visit. Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to arrive in Nepal on May 11-12 at the invitation of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.
KATHMANDU, May 2: In June, 2014, the evaluation of proposals for building the Mugling-Narayanghat road section was in the final leg and the Department of Road was waiting for the final response from the World Bank, the financer of the project, to sign the contract agreement and kick start works.
I wonder how much a person can please others just to make sure that they do not ruin a relationship. I wonder how much a person can pretend that they are okay when in reality they are hurt deep inside by the ignorance of the efforts that they put to make others happy.
Does taking science as a major subject in higher education tells that a student is genius, intelligent or of higher spirit? Can’t students enhance their skills required for a promising career through other streams? It is disheartening that many people are not aware about other faculties except science and management, even students don’t know.
Haldi doodh is famous for curing injuries and treating cold and cough. Haldi or turmeric is a powerful Indian super-food which has been used for centuries to heal ailments and has been proven to be a great form of alternative medicine. But, other than its medicinal and therapeutic properties, haldi doodh is great for weight loss as well.
Books might seem boring to many people as many say they feel sleepy as soon as they open a book. But that is because they are usually forced to read course books or the types of books that adults want them to read. People are so busy sticking their nose in other people’s businesses through online media, and gossiping about celebs that they don’t even know about. But books are fun to read.
I spent exactly two decades of my life for better education. I’m now realizing that all the education I’ve gotten and am getting is incomplete. I remember those moments, studying for entire nights, mugging in loud voices and memorizing things every morning and evening to pass school exams.
President Donald Trump changed his story Saturday on why he fired Michael Flynn as his national security adviser, now suggesting he knew at the time that Flynn had lied to the FBI as well as to Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Russians during the presidential transition.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16 : They comprise nearly a third of Nepal’s population of eligible voters. But they cannot vote because they are working outside the country. However, this demographic has a potential of altering poll outcomes.
Doctors have warned for years that Americans are not getting enough sleep, with health consequences ranging from drowsy driving and irritability to an increased risk of dementia, heart disease and early death. Now, a recent study suggests that one particular type of sleep may be especially important when it comes to how the brain responds to stressful situations.
Do fireworks scare your dog? He/she’s not alone. While fireworks are fun for humans, the loud, unexpected sounds of fireworks cause stress and anxiety for a lot of dogs. Here are 11 things to know about why your dog gets anxious and what you can do to help.
KATHMANDU, Sept 13: Unsatisfied with the clarifications furnished by Dolindra Prasad Sharma, chairman and general manager of Sajha Prakashan, the Ministry of Education (MoE) on Tuesday sought further clarifications asking 'why he should not be sacked'.
It is strange that even though the government says it is committed to holding both provincial and federal elections on November 26, the vital tasks of constituency delimitation and drafting of election-related laws have been needlessly delayed. The Election Commission has already said that it cannot prepare for elections without relevant laws. But with just three months to go for the all-important twin elections, there does not seem to be any sense of urgency.
KATHMANDU, August 23: Executive Director of Nepal Oil Corporation, Gopal Khadka faces several accusations. The latest of such accusations is his involvement in the Rs 670 million land deal scam. But nobody has dared to take any action against him.