Nepal | October 22, 2018

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  • Education

    The British College confers degrees to 225 graduating students

    KATHMANDU: The British College conferred degrees to 225 graduating students at the fourth annual graduation ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency, Bouddha in Kathmandu on Friday. In a statement today, the college said it bid adieu to 225 graduates, its fourth batch and largest, from various facu...

  • Oddities

    Ancient treasures on show in Germany reveal turbulent past

    BERLIN: An arrowhead firmly lodged in the skull of an ancient fallen warrior, a voluptuous woman’s form carved from ivory and the mask of a Roman river god are among more than 1,000 major archaeological discoveries being brought together for the first time. The exhibition opening Friday at ...

  • Women

    Serena Williams sings, goes topless for breast cancer video

    NEW YORK: Tennis great Serena Williams goes topless and sings “I Touch Myself” in a video to promote breast cancer awareness month. With her hands covering her breasts, Williams writes in the Instagram post that the video took her out of her “comfort zone.” But she said she wanted to ...

  • Art & Culture

    Nepalaya launches former IGP Kharel’s autobiography

    KATHMANDU: Nepalaya, book publication house, has launched an autobiography of former Inspector General of Police Achyut Krishna Kharel amid a special ceremony in Kathmandu, on Saturday. On the occasion, Former President Dr Ram Baran Yadav along with former IGP Kharel and Amar Prahari Pariwar'...

  • News Archives

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