Nepal | August 24, 2019

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  • Education

    Govt bars pupils from pursuing non-academic courses abroad

    Kathmandu, June 12 Nepali students, who wish to pursue non-academic courses, like vocational education or language courses in countries such as Australia and Japan, will not be allowed to do so from now onwards, thanks to the government’s radical move aimed at curtailing the rights of high scho...

  • Sports

    Bundesliga, FC Cologne, Borussia Dortmund

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  • Kathmandu

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    439 face suspension of licences for drink-driving

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    Biratnagar, August 23 Nepali Congress leader Dr Shekhar Koirala has accused the government of usurping the state power. “The government has already brought civil servants, media, the human rights commission,  the judiciary and financial institutions under the sphere of its influence, and i...

  • World

    France says Brazil leader lied, escalating Amazon dispute

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  • News Archives

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