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228-m tunnel dug for Sangjen Hydropower

Dec 22: The construction of a tunnel for the Sangjen hydropower project has been accelerated at Chilime VDC of the

Opera House, State Library and all CBD court houses evacuated

Key points: Heavily armed police have taken up position around the Lindt cafe in central Sydney At least one armed offender

Golden Gate Director And Teacher Arrested

KATHMANDU,DEC 07 . The scholarship examination conducted by the Ministry of Education in various courses under Medicine was cancelled on

SAARC First Ladies bill their Bhaktapur tour ‘Very Interesting’

Nov 27:Bhaktapur, While the Heads of State/Government of the SAARC countries flew in to Dhulikhel, a tourist destination nearby Capital

JEMC planning to sell immovable property to manage budget

Nov 6:Kathmandu,The government plans to sell immovable property owned by the Janak Education Materials Centre (JEMC) Limited to make up

Australia shuts door to Ebola-hit countries

Australia has become the first Western country to impose a total entry ban on people from Ebola-stricken West African countries.

Stop blaming the Nepali guides- Thomas Bell

“The Annapurna disaster exposes the gulf between the tourists and the locals.” It often happens that foreign mountaineers or trekkers,

Does Australia have a racism problem?

Jarni Blakkarly “Recent negative comments towards Muslims and Chinese highlight lasting legacy of ‘White Australia’ policy.” Melbourne, Australia – On an Australian

Human Rights workers missing in Qatar: Demonstrations in UK

KATHMANDU, SEP 06 – The British government and Amnesty International have expressed their concerns over the “disappearance” of ethnic Nepali

Australia: Tasmanian budget cuts public sector jobs, wages

By Patrick Kelly September 2014 The Tasmanian state government last week used its first budget since coming to office in