Nepal | July 24, 2019

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  • Education

    Govt bars pupils from pursuing non-academic courses abroad

    Kathmandu, June 12 Nepali students, who wish to pursue non-academic courses, like vocational education or language courses in countries such as Australia and Japan, will not be allowed to do so from now onwards, thanks to the government’s radical move aimed at curtailing the rights of high scho...

  • Science & Technology

    India launches spacecraft to explore water deposits on moon

    NEW DELHI: India sent a spacecraft to explore water deposits on the far side of the moon in a successful launch Monday after a technical problem caused a week’s delay. Scientists at the mission control centre burst into applause as the rocket lifted off in clear weather as scheduled at 2:43 pm ...

  • Sports

    England’s Anderson ruled out of Ireland test with calf injury

    LONDON: Fast bowler James Anderson will miss England's one-off test against Ireland at Lord's as he recovers from a calf injury, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Tuesday. Anderson, 36, tore his right calf when playing for his county Lancashire against Durham this month, but w...

  • Kathmandu

    Home minister makes light of Nirmala’s rape

    Kathmandu, July 23 Minister of Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa today said the rape and murder of Nirmala Panta was not the first incident of its kind in the country. Responding to the queries raised by mediapersons during a press meet organised at his office in Singha Durbar to make public the ...

  • Nepal

    Last rites of Nepali girl murdered after attempted rape, performed in New Delhi

    KATHMANDU: The last rites of a nine-year-old Nepali girl who was murdered in the Indian capital of New Delhi was held on Sunday. The girl was murdered on Friday after resisting an attempted rape in the East-Delhi building she was living in with her parents. The parents of the deceased hailed from...

  • Opinion

    Human-leopard conflict: Ecological reasons to blame

    Many think that the frequency in the sightings of leopards in settlement areas is due to an increase in their number in the country. But those working closely in the conservation arena have a different view Human-wildlife conflicts are a serious challenge for biodiversity conservation. These challe...