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China to launch world’s first man made moon

China is planning to launch its own 'artificial moon' by 2020 to replace streetlamps and lower electricity costs in urban areas, state media reported Friday. Chengdu, a city in southwestern Sichuan province, is developing "illumination...

Get ready for Nepal’s first paragliding world cup to be held in November

A paragliding world cup championship is scheduled to be organised from November 1 to 4 at the Swarek ground of Bhirkot Municipality-5 in Syangja district. Nepal Paragliding Association, Nepal Air Sports Association and Babu Adventure...

Nepal’s Solution to More Rape Cases? Ban Pornography

 For months, the government of Nepal has struggled to contain public anger over a rise in sexual assaults in this small Himalayan nation — up 60 percent over the past five years, officials say. Over...

Nepal’s #MeToo movement : Voice against corrosive male power

After a year of fits and starts, Nepal’s #MeToo movement has leapt forward over few days. The #MeToo movement triggered from United States with of rape and sexual misconduct against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Then...

Nordhaus, Romer Win Nobel Memorial Prize In Economics

Two researchers at American universities have been awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize for economics. Yale University’s William Nordhaus was named for integrating climate change into long-term macroeconomic analysis and New York University’s Paul Romer was...

Missing Interpol chief resigns as it is confirmed he is being held in China

The missing Interpol chief, Meng Hongwei, who it was revealed on Sunday has been detained in China for 12 days unknown to his family or employer, has resigned from the international police agency. Interpol said it...

WATCH Syrian Army Cut Off Fresh Water Supplies to Militants in Al-Suwayda

The government forces continue to crack down on terrorists based near the strategic heights of Tulul al-Safa in southern Syria's al-Suwayda desert. The military operation is due to be wrapped up before the end...

David Beckham’s Son Draws Red Card from Users for ‘Insulting China’

Users flooded the comments section under the latest publication of aspiring model Brooklyn Beckham, who posted a photo of Chinese tourists in Italy, with angry remarks, subsequently sparking demands for his apology. His parents...

Restaurant Review: Club Deja Vu

People who look forward to the thrill of shaking body when there are no stars and want to explore clubs in the weekend because the annoyance of being confined to one place is being...

Miss Colombia Stirs Controversy, Saying Beauty Pageants Are Not for Transgenders

As the most beautiful models from around the globe are preparing for the Miss Universe pageant that will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, in December, the beauty competition has drawn much controversy, even from...

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Nepal’s Citizenship Predicament

The parliamentary State Affairs and Good Governance Committee endorsed an amendment bill on the Citizenship Act 2006, with the provision that foreign...

My Letter To Nepal

One of the most cherished phases of my childhood is the five years that my family lived in Kathmandu, Nepal. My father...

Sustainable Development Starts with Children

NEW YORK – “Our house is on fire,” warned the teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg at last year’s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos. Her pointed...

Protest is a testament to what has gone wrong, but also...

Kathmandu, Nepal - This week, we saw the start of the uprising in many cities, with thousands of people taking to the...