Nepal | April 26, 2019

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  • PERSPECTIVES

    Mountains bring us together

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  • Sports

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  • Health

    Adults more prone to mental health problems

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  • Business

    Facebook beats profit estimates, sets aside $3 billion for privacy penalty

    Facebook Inc on Wednesday blew past Wall Street profit estimates in the first quarter and set aside $3 billion to cover a settlement with US regulators, calming investors who had worried about the outcome of a months-long federal probe. Shares of the world’s biggest online social network ...

  • Science & Technology

    Scientists turn brain signals into speech, may help people who cannot talk

    WASHINGTON: People robbed of the ability to talk due to a stroke or another medical condition may soon have real hope of regaining a voice thanks to the technology that harnesses brain activity to produce synthesized speech, researchers said on Wednesday. Scientists at the University of Calif...

  • Nepal

    Missing Malaysian climber spotted alive at 7,500m on Mt Annapurna

    KATHMANDU: A Malaysian climber, who went missing on Mt Annapurna since Tuesday evening, has been spotted alive above Camp IV on Thursday morning. Mingma Sherpa, Chairman at Seven Summit Treks, said that Wui Kin Chin was spotted waving his arms at 7,500 m on Mt Annapurna when an aerial search ...