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Errors decoded: A new tech savvy world

As we speak, there are 10 years old primary school children in London staying back after school to begin their basics in computer programming. Similarly, initiatives are being launched across the United States to help adults from different walks of life

Language barrier forcing Kisan kids out of schools

Bandhan Kisan, a daily wage earner from the Tirinka Village of Jhapa District never went to school. His parents could not manage to educate him due to extreme poverty. When he got married, Bandhan had

A doctor for all seasons

For her, her work station is her home and her patients and colleagues are her family members. Dr Heera Mana Pradhan was in the sixth grade when her


NHRC asks opposition parties to keep protest peaceful

KATHMANDU, Feb 28: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has urged the opposition parties to keep their demonstration in the capital on Saturday peaceful and drawn the attention of the law enforcement agencies

Oppn calls for dialogue through ‘show of strength’

Stop majority process or face consequence: Dahal KATHMANDU, March 1: The 30-party alliance led by the UCPN-Maoist organized a mass gathering in the capital

Parties failed in mission: Former Chair Regmi

RUPANDEHI, Feb 28: Former Chairman of Council of Ministers Khilaraj Regmi has said the political parties had fallen short of the constitution-drafting although the


Self-immolation triggered by unbearable trauma

KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Case 1: Perhaps Saroj Damai, 18, did not know that he will have to bid farewell to the world forever when he decided to burn himself. He, gingerly, poured kerosene on his body

12 injured as wedding bus turns turtle

SIRAHA, March 1: At least 12 people got injured when a bus carrying wedding attendants turned turtle at Itatar on Saturday night. According to Inspector

Cultural Fest in Lumbini to spread message of peace

LUMBINI (Rupandehi), March 1: The ´National Cultural Fest-2071´ is being held at Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha, by Nepal Academy of Music



Govt issues Foreign Investment and One Door Policy

Names five priority sectors for foreign investment KATHMANDU, Feb 28: The government on Friday issued Foreign Investment and One-Window Policy 2015, defining priority


Referee red card overshadows Rooney goals in EPL

LONDON, March 1: Manchester United rode its luck as Wayne Rooney scored twice in a 2-0 win against struggling 10-man Sunderland, but his success was overshadowed by another refereeing controversy in the English


Nemtsov a possible ´sacrificial victim,´ investigators say

MOSCOW, March 1: Maybe it was Islamic extremists who killed Boris Nemtsov. Or someone offended by his love life. Or agents of a Western power that will stop at nothing to disfigure President Vladimir Putin´s

Methane on Mars hints life existed there: NASA

WASHINGTON, March 1: After an exhaustive analysis of data obtained during 605 Martian days, NASA`s Curiosity rover has confirmed the presence of methane on Mars

Husband fined for saying ´I don´t love you´

ISTANBUL, Feb 28: A man in Turkey has been fined for saying "I don´t love you" to his wife, BBC reported. The spouses - who are divorcing


Kangana to star opposite Saif in ‘Devotion of Suspect X’

MUMBAI, March 1: ‘Queen’ actress Kangana Ranaut is all set to star opposite Saif Ali Khan in the movie adaptation of Japanese best-selling novel ‘The

Sonam Kapoor diagnosed with swine flue

NEW DELHI, Feb 28: Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor has been diagnosed with swine flu. The actress wasn’t feeling well and complained of sore throat and high

Gen next

The Dogman of Bhaktapur

There is a champion of animal welfare in Bhaktapur. For the past six years, Dr Pranav Raj Joshi has been working with only a handful of likeminded people to treat street dogs. The 32-year-old veterinarian is vocal about the way the local

I Have a Dream

The flare of a dream flickers within, It seems to appease me by day But haunt me at night, I think recounting it fairly would do just right. I wish to see a Nepal, Where each of its peoples Have less to fret



Parties in government run parallel governments


Delusion of governance


Acid victim Sangita wants the attacker to go through same ordeal


Living a life of second-class citizen


Okharpauwa locals obstruct garbage dumping



Sagoon.com to reward $5 to users opening account


List of 87th Academy Award winners


Computer accessories at Re 1 to bag govt tender


Acid attack in capital raises questions over safety of girls


Acid victim Sangita wants the attacker to go through same ordeal


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