Nepal | September 18, 2020

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  • Science & Technology

    Facebook launches climate science info center amid fake news criticism

    BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook on Tuesday launched a climate science information center to elevate credible sources on climate change, as critics question its role in the spread of misinformation on the issue. Facebook said the project is modeled on its COVID-19 Information Center, and launched a...

  • Education

    Bodhi Toastmasters Club organises its 75th meeting in Pokhara

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  • Nepal

    Ban on PCR tests on deceased draws flak

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  • Oddities

    India’s largest crocodile park strapped for cash after virus lockdowns

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  • World

    India’s parliament meets after six months as COVID cases surge

    NEW DELHI: India's parliament met for the first time in six months on Monday, as novel coronavirus cases across the country rose by more than 90,000 in the space of a day and the total number of infections neared 5 million. Members, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wore masks and sat in se...