Nepal | June 16, 2019

Mass at anti-guthi Bill protests swelling

anti-guthi bill protest, Kathmandu, Newar Community

With more and more people, especially from the Newar community, joining the protest against the Guthi (Trust) Bill in all three districts of Kathmandu valley, the number of demonstrators has been swelling each day. ...

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World

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Opinion

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    Right to education is a fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution. The state cannot curtail the right to education, no matter what, be it withi...

  • Uterine prolapse: Nothing to be ashamed of

    As a medical student, we have clinical classes in different departments of the hospital. We come across numerous cases in a particular department, and...

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    The travel industry ushered in modern communication technology in the country. Starting with a humble typewriter, today we use conspicuous world-class...

Business

Action sought against Pappu Construction

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