Nepal | September 18, 2019

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  • Business

    Journey of grit and determination

    Kathmandu, September 16 The irony of talking about her life while visiting Nepal is not lost on Kalpana Saroj, who survived a murder attempt from a contract killer who was going to flee to the Himalayan nation after finishing her off. “I think it is a divine coincidence that today I am here ...

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  • Nepal

    Indian girls trafficked for sex trade rescued

    Kathmandu, September 17 Nepal often gets to hear heart-rending news about Nepali girls and women being sold in India for sex trade. Apparently, the opposite is also true. Lately, Indian girls are also being trafficked to Nepal to engage them in commercial sex. This came to light after five Ind...

  • Sports

    CAN elections set for next week

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  • Education

    40th National Education Day observed today

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