Nepal | March 26, 2019

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  • Environment

    ozone layer

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    SHANGHAI: China has phased out 280,000 tonnes of ozone-depleting substance (ODS) production as part of its obligations to the 1988 Montreal Protocol aimed at protecting the ozone layer, the official Xinhua news agency reported late on Tuesday. China banned some products like CFC-11, which is ...

  • Business

    Nepal, Japan ink labour pact

    Kathmandu, March 25 The government has signed a memorandum of cooperation with Japan to pave the way for Nepali workers to travel to the world’s third largest economy for employment in 14 job categories. The MoC between the two countries was inked in the presence of Minister of Labour, E...

  • Entertainment

    ‘Fuller House’ actress gets co-star’s support

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  • Opinion

    IT potential: Make use of idle talent

    About 200 outsourcing IT companies are registered in Nepal. The IT Park could be an ideal place to set up shop for them. The flourishing IT firms would use the IT Park if the government were to provide basic facilities and bring about policy reform Computers and information technology (IT) have...

  • Oddities

    Oscar win seen ending shame about menstruation that puts women at risk

    NEW DELHI: Giving an Academy Award to a documentary about periods set in India will help shatter the monthly shame that impacts millions of women globally, with some even dying in isolation while menstruating, health campaigners said on Monday. The Netflix film "Period. End of Sentence.", set...

  • Nepal

    PM pledges firm action

    Kathmandu, March 24 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli today said the government would not drag its feet while taking action against members of the Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal who are engaged in unlawful activities. The government on March 12 had banned activities of the outf...