Nepal | February 23, 2019

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  • Travel

    German-Nepal Friendship team experiences heavy snowfall along GHT High Route

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  • Science & Technology

    Israel flying to moon after SpaceX launch

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  • Nepal

    Saptari elephant attack victim fighting for life

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  • Business

    Bottlers warn to halt LPG supply from March 1

    Kathmandu, February 20 Bottlers of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), commonly known as cooking gas, have announced a series of programmes to protest the “government’s inability” to resolve problems facing the LPG industry, including failure to substitute Indian LPG bullets with Nepali ones...

  • Oddities

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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...