Nepal | December 12, 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

    Doti health workers agitate seeking colleague’s release

    Dhangadi, December 10 Health workers of Doti have started an agitation demanding the release of Hiradatta Bhatta, in-charge of Ghanteswor Health Post. Bhatta was arrested for his alleged negligence leading to the death of a baby after he was immunised. Five-month-old Prabin Malla had died afte...

  • Sports

    Prime Minister announces cash prizes for medalists of 13th SAG

    KATHMANDU: The government has decided to honour the medalists of the recently held 13th South Asian Games (SAG) with monetary prizes as a gesture of encouragement. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, today, announced the cash prizes after inviting the winners to his official residence in Baluwatar. ...

  • Opinion

    Tradition meets modern science: In snow leopard conservation

    With advanced science, increased understanding and concern of local communities towards the environment and informed leadership of the government, Nepal promises to be a global stronghold for the survival of snow leopards About nine centuries ago, a monk meditating at the base of Zeborong Mountain...

  • Business

    Ministry of Finance

    Govt, ADB ink $358m loan agreement for four projects

    Kathmandu, December 10 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the government of Nepal today signed a $358 million loan agreement in total for four new projects. The signing included a loan of $195 million to improve the highway section between Pokhara-Mugling, a $63 million loan in additional fi...

  • Entertainment

    Nepathya leaves Hobart audience spellbound

    KATHMANDU: After successfully performing in Brisbane, Darwin and Adelaide, Nepal's popular folk-rock band, Nepathya, rocked the audience at Tasmania Hall, in Hobart of Australia, on Sunday evening. As the clock struck 7:00, Nepathya played their hit music video 'Sa Karnali' and new song 'Sanj...