Nepal | July 24, 2019

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  • Entertainment

    Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift score 10 MTV VMA nominations

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  • Business

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    Sub-panel urges govt to scrap land deal with Huaxin Cement

    The company has not conducted the initial environmental examination Kathmandu, July 21 Citing that Huaxin Cement Narayani Pvt Ltd did not conduct an initial environmental examination (IEE) of its cement plant and did not follow the terms and conditions of the agreement, a sub-committee of the Pa...

  • Science & Technology

    India launches spacecraft to explore water deposits on moon

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  • Oddities

    Trump blasts 4 congresswomen; crowd roars, ‘Send her back!’

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  • Education

    Govt bars pupils from pursuing non-academic courses abroad

    Kathmandu, June 12 Nepali students, who wish to pursue non-academic courses, like vocational education or language courses in countries such as Australia and Japan, will not be allowed to do so from now onwards, thanks to the government’s radical move aimed at curtailing the rights of high scho...