Nepal | April 21, 2019

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  • Health

    Adults more prone to mental health problems

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  • Women

    Yearning for Olympic gold, ‘Magnificent Mary’ keeps punching

    MUMBAI: MC Mary Kom has spent close to two decades slugging it out in the ring but even at 36 one of the most decorated women boxers in the amateur game has no intention of quitting before she gets a chance to land the ultimate prize in Tokyo next year. 'Magnificent Mary', as she is known in ...

  • Automobile

    Narayan Wagle’s ‘Koreana Coffee Guff’ to hit bookstores tomorrow

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  • News Archives

    Reaction to Sri Lanka attacks

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  • Travel

    Amsterdam sex workers angry at red light district tours ban

    AMSTERDAM: The city of Amsterdam’s latest attempt to rein in the nuisance of over-tourism by banning guided tours of the red light district has run into opposition from some of the people it is intended to protect: sex workers. The Dutch capital plans to ban such tours, saying they are disr...

  • Science & Technology

    British cyber expert pleads guilty to creating malware

    MILWAUKEE: A British cybersecurity researcher credited with stopping a worldwide computer virus has pleaded guilty to developing malware to steal banking information. Federal prosecutors in Wisconsin and Marcus Hutchins’ attorneys said in a joint court filing Friday that the 24-year-old agreed ...