Nepal | April 21, 2019

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  • Health

    Adults more prone to mental health problems

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  • 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 ...

  • People

    Dalai Lama recovers from chest infection in hospital

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  • Automobile

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

    KATHMANDU: Journalist Narayan Wagle's 'Koreana Coffee Guff' will be launched tomorrow, Nepalaya, the book publication house said in a statement. Madan Puruskar winning author, Wagle, unveiled his third literary work, 'Koreana Coffee Guff' amid an unofficial ceremony in Kathmandu, Nepalaya, an...

  • Nepal

    Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs

    Ministry lacks clarity on umbrella law

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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...