Nepal | November 17, 2019

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  • Oddities

    Fear grips Kashmiri village where Indian migrant workers killed

    KATRASOO: Locals in the Kashmiri village where five Indian migrant labourers were killed by gunmen last week say they are living in fear of militant groups as well as the subsequent crackdown by security forces. The five migrants, from India's eastern state of West Bengal, were shot dead by m...

  • Lifestyle

    Timely treatment a must for diabetic eye disease

    Kathmandu, November 15 Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology has warned that untimely treatment of diabetic eye disease could potentially cause severe vision loss. Diabetic retinopathy, also known as diabetic eye disease, is a medical condition in which damage occurs to the retina due to diabete...

  • Sports

    Rai, Comati win world’s toughest high-altitude trail race

    KATHMANDU: Suman Kulung Rai and Anna Comati won the ninth Everest Trail Race, the world’s toughest high-altitude trail race, which concluded in Lukla yesterday. In the men’s category, Rai completed six stages from Dhap Patale to Lukla of Solukhumbu district in 20 hours, 51 minutes and 36 seco...

  • World

    Hong Kong campus protesters fire arrows as unrest spreads across Kowloon

    HONG KONG: Hong Kong protesters shot bows and arrows and hurled petrol bombs from a barricaded university on Sunday and police fired volleys of tear gas and blue liquid from water cannon as unrest spread across the Kowloon peninsula. Several protesters fired arrows from rooftops at the Hong K...

  • Business

    NEA plans to minimise energy wastage

    Kathmandu, November 16 Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has introduced a strategic plan to increase electricity consumption in the country and directed all the distribution centres across the country to upgrade their transformers. Speaking at a work agreement ceremony held here today with NEA...

  • Science & Technology

    China tests Mars lander in international cooperation push

    HUAILAI: China invited international observers to a Thursday test of its Mars lander as it pushes for inclusion in more global space projects. The demonstration of hovering, obstacle avoidance and deceleration capabilities was conducted at a site outside Beijing simulating conditions on the Red P...