Nepal | October 24, 2019

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  • Kathmandu

    Two injured in Chabahil building collapse

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  • Entertainment

    The most dangerous celebrity online is revealed

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  • Education

    Nepalaya releases ‘Nepali Children Rhyme’ in YouTube

    KATHMANDU: Nepalaya, the book publication house, has recently released Nepali Children Rhyme in their official Youtube channel on the occasion of upcoming Tihar festival. Keeping in mind the lack of basic and quality children's rhyme, Nepalaya has started to create such compositions for Nepal...

  • Opinion

    Making Kathmandu livable: Climate-smart farming is the key

    Rooftop farming has proved to be a viable and innovative method to counter the pollution problem in urban areas. It also helps to secure the food chain as well as to make food locally available Environmental experts note that the air quality in Nepal’s cities is extremely poor. Cities like Kathma...

  • Science & Technology

    Is the stethoscope dying? High-tech rivals pose a threat

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  • Oddities

    Indian trafficking cases fall sharply fuelling concern over ‘undetected victims’

    MUMBAI: Cases of human trafficking in India have fallen sharply according to new government data, but campaigners warned on Tuesday that the figures may not reflect the full magnitude of the crime. South Asia, with India at its center, is one of the fastest-growing regions for human trafficking i...