Nepal | December 06, 2019

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  • Education

    Nepalaya releases ‘Nepali Children Rhyme’ in YouTube

    KATHMANDU: Nepalaya, the book publication house, has recently released Nepali Children Rhyme in their official Youtube channel on the occasion of upcoming Tihar festival. Keeping in mind the lack of basic and quality children's rhyme, Nepalaya has started to create such compositions for Nepal...

  • Nepal

    Preparations to expand BOPs in Kailali

    Dhangadi, December 4 There are preparations to expand border outreach posts of Armed Police Force along the Nepal-India border in Kailali. According to Dhangadi-based APF Nepal 34 battalion headquarters Kailali Chief SP Kamal Tiusina, there are preparations to install a BOP at a 10-km distanc...

  • Sports

    More records tumble in SA Games

    Kathmandu, December 5 Swimmer Gaurika Singh claimed first-ever individual section gold medal as Nepal overcame the previous best gold medal haul on the fifth day of the 13th South Asian Games here today. Olympian Gaurika won the women’s 200m free style event becoming the first Nepali swimmer...

  • Kathmandu

    PM Oli discharged from TUTH on the 10th day of appendectomy

    KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has today been discharged from the Tribhuwan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH). Prime Minister Oli's newly appointed Press Advisor Surya Thapa said the former has fully recovered and would be discharged at 3:00 pm.

  • Entertainment

    Nepathya enthralls Adelaide audience

    KATHMANDU: After successfully performing in Brisbane and Darwin, Nepal's popular folk-rock band, Nepathya, rocked the audience at the HQ Complex in Adelaide, on Wednesday. The band started the show with their first recorded song 'Aaganai Bhari Heu Nai Jhare' and entertained the full house aud...

  • News Archives

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