Nepal | July 24, 2019

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  • Oddities

    Trump blasts 4 congresswomen; crowd roars, ‘Send her back!’

    GREENVILLE: Going after four Democratic congresswomen one by one, a combative President Donald Trump turned his campaign rally into an extended dissection of the liberal views of the women of color, deriding them for what he painted as extreme positions and suggesting they just get out. “To...

  • World

    Britain’s new leader: Brexiteer Boris Johnson to be prime minister

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  • Lifestyle

    Nepathya releases music video for ‘Rato Ra Chandra Surya’

    KATHMANDU: Nepal's famous rock-folk band, Nepathya, has released a music video for 'Rato Ra Chandra Surya', on Tuesday. The song was lyricist by Gopal Prasad Rimal, during the time of Rana 'rule' as Kaljaye poem, composed by renowned singer and musician Amber Gurung. Later, late singer Fatema...

  • Opinion

    Human-leopard conflict: Ecological reasons to blame

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  • Science & Technology

    India launches spacecraft to explore water deposits on moon

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