Sharma launches book on int’l laws against statelessness29 Dec, 2019
Sharma said that the book would give an opportunity to understand the rights of a human being to live without identity even in this age democracy.
Retrospecting 2019: All the innovations and tech trends in the smartphone industry this year29 Dec, 2019
2019 had been a great year for smartphones. We get to see some laudable innovations and fancy piece of tech in 2019. And as 2019 is coming to an end, we took time retrospecting all the notable innovations and tech trends that made headlines in the smartphone industry this year. And here are some of the noteworthy ones:
Chinese Film Festival begins28 Dec, 2019
Minister for Cultural, Tourism and Civil Aviation Yogesh Bhattarai Friday said that the film festival which was initiated by Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Nepal would help strengthen the relations between Nepal and China.
Mahakavi Vidyapati remembered in USA28 Dec, 2019
Vidyapati Samaroh has recently been celebrated for the first time in the United States.
Promoting Nepal in Germany28 Dec, 2019
Nepali Samaj e.V. has recently organised a programme in Kindergarten in Maintal, near Frankfurt, in Germany.
Minister Bhattarai inaugurates Chinese Film Festival27 Dec, 2019
Inaugurating the Chinese Film Festival in Kathmandu, Minister Bhattarai said that the festival which was organised in the eve of Visit Nepal Year 2020 would help contribute to bringing more Chinese tourists to Nepal. He also asked for coordination and contribution from the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China to make the event a success.
Factors Behind Upendra’s exit27 Dec, 2019
Federal Socialist Nepal (FSN) has formally quit the government. On the face of it, unwillingness of the Prim
Response to Tory promises: Credulity & short memories27 Dec, 2019
Beneath the surface disorder of modern British politics, there are steadier patterns to be found. One of them is so regular, and so central to the workings of the whole system, that it’s rarely noticed, let alone challenged.
Bird migration timing skewed by climate25 Dec, 2019
Life cycles for birds, insects and trees are shifting in this current era of a rapidly changing climate. How migration patterns, in particular, are changing and whether birds can track climate change is an open question.
Time to brand Visit Nepal 2020 effectively24 Dec, 2019
The much-awaited national tourism campaign-- Visit Nepal 2020-- is going to mark an official commencement next week. The government has aimed at welcoming two million international tourists during the eventful year. The substantial growth in tourist arrivals is expected to help boost the national economy.
Is a Blade Runner-esque future inescapable?22 Dec, 2019
Take a mental step back and recall your life from a couple of decades ago (apologies for the inconvenience if you can’t relate). Life was simple, huh? While the world was high on all the possibilities of the technological advancements, who would you have imagined just how simpler it could’ve gotten?
Fashion show using recycled clothes21 Dec, 2019
The Clothing Bank has organised a charity fashion show to support the deprived people in the Terai with warm clothes in the winter.
Tribute to Ram Sharan Nepali21 Dec, 2019
Born in Kirtipur in 1958, Ram Sharan Nepali was one of the pioneering artists coming to the Nepali mainstream industry from the great lineage of traditional music belonging to the Gandharva
More than one in three low-and middle-income countries face extremes of malnutrition19 Dec, 2019
A new approach is needed to help reduce undernutrition and obesity at the same time, as the issues become increasingly connected due to rapid changes in countries’ food systems. This is especially important in low- and middle-income countries, according to a new four-paper report published in The Lancet.
Disappearing Vultures Of Nepal18 Dec, 2019
Vultures are scavengers which feed on the carcasses of large animals, thus playing important role in cleaning of the environment. Vultures have been described in Hindu epic Ramayana as Jatayu while sacrificed himself while saving Sita from the clutches of Ravana. The followers of the Zoroastrianism have traditionally been dependent on vultures for disposal of their dead bodies. Therefore, for several centuries vultures have been providing a crucial ecosystem service for the Parsi people.
Nepal gets much publicity as VNY 2020 nears17 Dec, 2019
With the Visit Nepal Year 2020 around the corner, Nepal has continued to be in the spotlight internationally, especially for its key tourist source markets. As a preferred tourist destination, the country has received much publicity and promotion across the world through different channels.
Farming method that harms diversity11 Dec, 2019
Growing uniformity or diversity? There are around three hundred thousand plant species on earth which are edible. However, we are growing just less than 200 species for our food. More importantly, among 200 crop species, rice, maize and wheat jointly account for about 60 percent.
SAG: A vital event to brand VNY 202010 Dec, 2019
These days, Kathmandu is not just a capital city of Nepal. It has turned into a sporting capital of South Asia. The 13th edition of South Asian Games (SAG), started since December 1, has brought in 2,715 athletes from seven South Asian nations.
Call for reviving European tourism market10 Dec, 2019
Although Nepal has started exploring several new tourist source markets over the years, local tour operators call for reviving the European market as the Europeans are still regarded as high spenders.
High-drama telecom deal is heading to court08 Dec, 2019
T-Mobile, in its attempt to buy Sprint for $26.5 billion, has already notched approvals from key federal regulators. Now it must convince a federal judge that the 14 state attorneys general suing to stop the deal are wrong. A trial starts Monday in U.S. District Court in New York and is expected to last several weeks.