Nepal | September 23, 2019

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  • Business

    Fate of Melamchi water project again in limbo

    Kathmandu, September 21 Construction of the remaining works of the Melamchi Water Supply Project is uncertain as the government has not yet finalised the contractor for the remaining job. This uncertainty has arisen again as Minister of Water Supply and Sanitation Bina Magar has transferred Su...

  • Sports

    Nepal slump to 3-0 defeat against Bhutan in SAFF U-18 C’ship

    KATHMANDU: Nepal suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat at the hands of Bhutan in their second group fixture of the ongoing SAFF U-18 Championship in Kathmandu, on Sunday. Bhutan's Yonse broke the deadlock in the 40th minute in the first half. After the restart, Nepal poured men forward in search ...

  • Entertainment

    Holy anniversary! Displays of bat signal fete Batman at 80

    NEW YORK: It’s no joker. The night is lighting up Saturday around the world with the famous bat signal to mark a special anniversary for Batman. DC Comics is carrying off a celebration of Batman Day to mark the 80th anniversary of the appearance of crimefighter Bruce Wayne and his masked identity...

  • Oddities

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    Restore normal life to Kashmir, India’s top court tells government

    NEW DELHI: India's top court said on Monday the federal government should restore normal life in Kashmir as soon as possible, as a partial shutdown of the disputed region entered its 42nd day. India stripped its portion of Muslim-majority Kashmir of autonomy and statehood on Aug. 5, shutting ...

  • Lifestyle

    Bird numbers plunge in US and Canada with people to blame

    WASHINGTON: From grasslands to seashores to forests and backyards, birds are disappearing at an alarming rate in the United States and Canada, with a 29% population drop since 1970 and a net loss of about 2.9 billion birds, scientists said on Thursday. People are to blame, the researchers said,...

  • News Archives

    Trump welcomes Australia’s PM, cementing strong trade, security ties

    WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump welcomed Australia's prime minister on Friday for only the second state visit of his administration, signaling the close bond between the two allies as Washington takes on Beijing and Tehran. Trump and Scott Morrison are expected to discuss security and t...