Nepal | November 26, 2020

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  • Opinion

    Diplomacy during COVID-19: Time to shift online

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  • Sports

    Argentina soccer legend Maradona dies of heart attack

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  • Kathmandu

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  • Science & Technology

    ‘Great day for humanity’: Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine over 90% effective

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  • Lifestyle

    “Shuggie Bain” wins Booker Prize for Scottish author Douglas Stuart

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  • World

    Indian teenage trafficking survivor wins ‘unprecedented’ compensation

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