Nepal | October 19, 2019

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  • Kathmandu

    Work to win people’s hearts, says NC President Deuba

    Kathmandu, October 18 Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba today said NC should work responsibly to win hearts of people so that the party could win elections in the future. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of a training programme organised by NC Central Policy, Research and Trai...

  • Lifestyle

    Prince William follows in mother Princess Diana’s footsteps in Pakistan

    LAHORE: Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate on Thursday joined locals in a cricket match in the Pakistani city of Lahore before a trip to a cancer hospital that his mother, Princess Diana, visited a year before her death. The Pakistani government hopes the couple's four-day official vi...

  • Entertainment

    ‘Spirited Away,’ other Studio Ghibli films head to HBO Max

    LOS ANGELES: The vast catalogue of storied Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli is heading to the new HBO Max streaming service. Films such as “Princess Mononoke,” ″My Neighbor Totoro” and Oscar-winner “Spirited Away” will be among the titles available to stream when HBO Max launche...

  • Opinion

    Deteriorating air quality: Let’s join the climate strike

    We use an archaic method of analysing pollution with the aid of PM concentrations. There is a severe contradiction between the visibility levels and the displayed PM concentrations even during the finest of spring days “So to hasten up the process, the wind swoops on From places to places where w...

  • Business

    MoF seeks details of stalled, incomplete, defunct projects

    Kathmandu, October 18 The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has sought details of stalled, incomplete or defunct projects from different government ministries at the federal and provincial level. As the budget for 2019-20 fiscal year has envisioned to mark the current year as the year to complete vari...

  • 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 ...