Nepal | April 24, 2019

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  • Art & Culture

    Paleti resumes to honour women in Nepali music

    Singer Meena and Aavaas perform at the 'Paleti' in Kathmandu, on Friday, February 22, 2019. Courtesy: Nepalaya KATHMANDU: After a short interruption, Paleti has resumed its regular show with the theme 'Celebrating Women in Nepali Music', on Friday. On the occasion, female pioneer singers...

  • Lifestyle

    South Korean babies born December 31 become 2-year-olds next day

    DAEJEON: Just two hours after Lee Dong Kil's daughter was born on New Year's Eve, the clock struck midnight, 2019 was ushered in, and the infant became 2-years-old. She wasn't alone, though it happened for her quicker than most: Every baby born in South Korea last year became 2 on January 1. ...

  • Kathmandu

    ‘Peace, security situation improved’

    Kathmandu, April 22 Inspector General of Police Sarbendra Khanal today claimed that peace and security situation in the country had improved of late. Speaking at a press meet organised at Police Headquarters, Naxal, today, IGP Khanal said apart from a few cases, police had been able to success...

  • People

    Queen Elizabeth II turns 93 on Easter Sunday

    LONDON: Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her 93rd birthday, which this year coincides with Easter Sunday. The queen is marking Easter by attending a service with other senior royals at St George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, west of London. She was joined by Prince William ...

  • Business

    International organic experts’ meet in May

    Kathmandu, April 22 Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development (MoALD) is planning to organise International Organic Experts’ Conference next month. A high-level task force for organic agriculture promotion announced today that the conference would be organised on May 14 and 15 in the...

  • Oddities

    ‘We are shell shocked’: Relatives bury dead in Sri Lanka amid new security fears

    NEGOMBO: Sri Lankans wept and prayed on Tuesday as they buried their dead from suicide bomb attacks on churches holding Easter services and luxury hotels that killed 321 people in the country's worst violence in a decade. More than 1,000 mourners attended a memorial service at St. Sebastian c...