Nepal | February 23, 2019

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  • Entertainment

    Oscars producers say the show is in ‘good shape’ for Sunday

    LOS ANGELES: Academy Awards producers Donna Gigliotti and Glenn Weiss have been hearing the same question a lot recently: Are you OK? It’s an understandable query. Producing the Oscars is guaranteed to be a stressful job, but the road to the 91st Academy Awards, which will take place on Sun...

  • Art & Culture

    Paleti all set to resume from Friday

    KATHMANDU: Nepalaya's micro event series, Paleti is all set to resume after an interval, on Friday. The first show of this series will be held this Friday, February 22, Nepalaya said in a statement today. Paleti series was first organised by Nepalaya in 2005 with the aim of presenting solo perfor...

  • Travel

    German-Nepal Friendship team experiences heavy snowfall along GHT High Route

    KATHMANDU: Four Sherpa climbers who got stuck between Yangri Kharka and Mt Makaulu Base Camp in two-metre deep snow in Sankhuwasabha for over a week shared that the high route of the Great Himalaya Trail witnessed an unusual snowfall in this winter season. Four climbers – Pemba Jangbu Sherp...

  • Business

    Bottlers warn to halt LPG supply from March 1

    Kathmandu, February 20 Bottlers of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), commonly known as cooking gas, have announced a series of programmes to protest the “government’s inability” to resolve problems facing the LPG industry, including failure to substitute Indian LPG bullets with Nepali ones...

  • Environment

    ‘Two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers could melt’

    Kathmandu, February 4 Two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers, the world’s ‘Third Pole’, could melt by 2100 if global emissions are not reduced, scientists warned in a major new study issued on Monday. And even if the “most ambitious” Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1...

  • Women

    Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi drops off UN agenda in Geneva next week

    GENEVA: Myanmar will be represented by a government minister at a UN conference in Geneva next week, and not by the country's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, according to the latest agenda for the meeting on Thursday. Earlier on Thursday, an agenda for the Conference on Disarmament seen by ...