Nepal | April 22, 2019

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  • Entertainment

    ‘Chhanda’ at April Paleti

    KATHMANDU: To those who have been familiar with Paleti's regular musical series, April will bring a different flavour as Nepali Chhanda Kavita, a special genre of lyrical and metric Nepali poetry will take centre stage. Issuing a press statement today, Nepalaya said, Nepali Chhanda Kavita use...

  • Art & Culture

    Paleti resumes to honour women in Nepali music

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  • Fashion

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  • World

    Sri Lanka attacks carried out by suicide bombers: investigator

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  • Science & Technology

    Tesla investigating video of parked Model S exploding in Shanghai

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  • Health

    Adults more prone to mental health problems

    Kathmandu, April 20 About 13.2 per cent youths aged 18 and above in the country suffer from mental health problems, according to a report. National Mental Health Survey conducted by Nepal Health Research Council shows that adults are more prone to mental health problems. According to the su...