Nepal | September 18, 2019

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  • Lifestyle

    Surprise rescue of Jamaica coral reefs shows nature can heal

    OCHO RIOS: Everton Simpson squints at the Caribbean from his motorboat, scanning the dazzling bands of colour for hints of what lies beneath. Emerald green indicates sandy bottoms. Sapphire blue lies above seagrass meadows. And deep indigo marks coral reefs. That's where he's headed. He steers th...

  • News Archives

    ‘Day of Fire’: Blazes ignite suspicion in Amazon town

    NOVO PROGRESSO: A maverick journalist in this isolated Brazilian ranching town warned his readers last month that the surrounding Amazon was about to go up in flames. Queimadas, or burnings, are nothing new in Novo Progresso, located on the frontier where Brazil's farmland edges the Amazon ra...

  • Sports

    CAN elections set for next week

    Kathmandu, September 16 The International Cricket Council and National Sports Council today agreed to hold the elective general assembly of the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) on September 27-28 in Kathmandu. After completing the elections of 38 districts and six provinces, the Independent ...

  • Education

    40th National Education Day observed today

    KATHMANDU: The 40th National Education Day and International Literacy Day-2019 has been observed across the country by organising various programmes on Sunday. President Bidya Devi Bhandari today conferred various medals, awards, decorations and honours on 373 persons in recognition of their ...

  • Entertainment

    Brad Pitt asks astronaut: Who was better? Clooney or me?

    CAPE CANAVERAL: Brad Pitt, star of the new space movie “Ad Astra,” had a burning question for a real-life astronaut. “Who was more believable? Clooney or Pitt?” In a televised call Monday, NASA astronaut Nick Hague answered Pitt — “absolutely” — getting a big laugh. Pitt’s Ho...

  • World

    Taliban kill 24 at Afghan president’s rally; Ghani unhurt

    KABUL, AFGHANISTAN: A Taliban suicide bomber on a motorcycle targeted a campaign rally by President Ashraf Ghani in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing at least 24 people and wounding 31. Ghani was present at the venue but was unharmed, according to his campaign chief. Just hours lat...