Nepal | May 24, 2019

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  • Lifestyle

    Politics, killings stifle wolf recovery amid hefty price tag

    RALEIGH: Illegal killings and longstanding political resistance have undercut the return of two species of endangered wolves to the wild, frustrating government efforts that already cost more than $80 million but have failed to meet recovery targets. The number of red wolves roaming the fores...

  • Sports

    Injured Kroos to miss Germany’s next two Euro 2020 qualifiers

    BERLIN: Germany will be without injured midfielder Toni Kroos and goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen for next month's Euro 2020 qualifiers while recovering first-choice keeper Manuel Neuer was provisionally included in the squad on Wednesday. Real Madrid playmaker Kroos did not make Joachim Loe...

  • Education

    AI Expo 2019 to be held in Kathmandu

    KATHMANDU: Fusemachines, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence solutions, software, and services, together with Artificial Intelligence of Development (AID) is all set to organise AI Expo 2019 in Kathmandu. Issuing a press statement today, the organisers said the one-day event will be...

  • Oddities

    India’s Congress leader Rahul Gandhi faces backlash over election drubbing

    NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi is set to face a backlash from within the main Indian opposition Congress party after it suffered a mauling for a second general election in a row from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party. The drubbing was so bad that Gandhi himself lost the traditio...

  • Entertainment

    Shanti Thatal to perform at Paleti

    KATHMANDU: Shanti Thatal, one of the prominent singers in the era of Adhunik music, will feature in May edition of Paleti concert series at Nepalaya's 'r' sala at Kalikasthan in Kathmandu, the organisers said. Issuing a press statement, Nepalaya said, Sikkim-based singers Bimala Century Pradh...

  • News Archives

    ‘Hidden health crisis’ of snakebites gets $100 million funding injection

    LONDON: A global health trust is to inject 80 million pounds ($102 million) into finding more modern and effective treatments for snakebites - a "hidden health crisis" that kills 120,000 people a year and maims thousands more. The project, launched by Britain's Wellcome Trust global health ch...