Nepal | November 15, 2018

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  • Lifestyle

    Pink diamond

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    GENEVA: Christie's sold the "Pink Legacy" diamond at auction Tuesday for more than $50 million including fees, saying it's a new world record price per carat for a pink diamond. Christie's said renowned jeweler Harry Winston was the buyer. The auction house had expected to fetch $30 million t...

  • Business

    Uber

    Uber posts $1 bln loss in quarter as growth in bookings slows

    SAN FRANCISCO: Uber Technologies Inc said on Wednesday that growth in bookings for its ride-hailing and delivery services rose 6 percent in the latest quarter, the third quarter in a row that growth has remained in the single digits after double-digit growth for all of last year. The San ...

  • Sports

    Australia places conditions on IPL release for top players

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  • Kathmandu

    Corruption case filed against DSP

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  • Entertainment

    Nepathya set to embark on a four-city-tour

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  • PERSPECTIVES

    Mountains bring us together

    KATHMANDU: Mountains are generally considered barriers that isolate and divide. Their formidable physicality presents challenges for development and the delivery of goods and services. Some mountain ranges mark international borders. However, if we zoom out we also begin to see a certain unit...