Nepal | October 23, 2018

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  • Entertainment

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  • News Archives

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  • Environment

    UN warns world must take “unprecedented” steps to avert worst effects of global warming

    UN report to guide governments on meeting Paris targets Report affirms meeting 1.5C rise target better than 2C Exceeding 1.5C rise would demand removing CO2 Global sea level to rise less with a 1.5C hike LONDON/INCHEON: Society would have to enact "unprecedented" changes to how it...

  • Sports

    UEFA Nations League, Belgium, Romelu Lukaku

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  • World

    China opens mega-bridge linking Hong Kong to mainland

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  • Opinion

    Too costly to borrow

    While banks seem bent on hiking interest rate on lending, the central bank has remained a mute spectator When people were busy celebrating Dashain festival, Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA), an umbrella organisation of “A” class private banks, was busy serving their institutional interest. ...