Nepal | May 24, 2019

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  • Entertainment

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  • Opinion

    A doctor’s dilemma: Choice between service, commerce

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  • Business

    China has more weapons in US tariff war _ but do they work?

    BEIJING: Looking for ways to hit back at Washington as a tariff fight escalates, President Xi Jinping and his economy czar visited a Chinese factory that processes rare earths — exotic minerals used in electric cars, mobile phones and other technology. Rare earths are “an important strategic ...

  • 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...

  • World

    India’s Modi stuns opposition with huge election win

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  • Lifestyle

    Politics, killings stifle wolf recovery amid hefty price tag

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