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Nepali president seeks consensus candidate for new PM
Nepal's Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli, also known as KP Oli, (C) walks out from the parliament after announcing his resignation in Kathmandu, Nepal, July 24, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar

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Entertainment

For Joanna Lumley, Kissing Leonardo DiCaprio in Film Was ‘Adorable’
LONDON, (IANS): Actress Joanna Lumley said that kissing actor Leonardo DiCaprio in the 2013 film The Wolf of Wall Street was "adorable." The 70-year-old actress said that it was a very enjoyable experience for her to kiss Leonardo, reports dailymail.co.uk . She appeared on the TV show Watch What..

Sports

Liverpool signs Dutch midfielder Wijnaldum from Newcastle
LIVERPOOL, (AP): Liverpool has signed midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum from Newcastle in a deal worth a reported 25 million pounds ($33 million). After signing a five-year contract, Wijnaldum will now travel to Palo Alto in California to join his new teammates on their tour of the United..

Nation & Society

Discussions on no-trust motion going on in parliament
KATHMANDU: Discussions on the no-confidence motion registered against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli are underway at the Legislature-Parliament meeting today. The Parliament began discussions on the motion Friday in accordance with the Article 298 (13) of the Constitution and Rule 160(4) of the..

Politics

Nepali president seeks consensus candidate for new PM
BY GOPAL SHARMA, KATHMANDU, (REUTERS): Nepal's president held talks with leaders of three main political parties on Monday to come up with a consensus candidate for prime minister and try to end revolving-door politics that has seen 23 governments in 26 years. Prime Minister K.P. Oli, facing..

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China

Floods kill 78 across China, 91 missing, 400,000 evacuated
BEIJING, (AP): At least 78 people have been killed and another 91 are missing across China after a round of torrential rains swept through the country earlier this week, flooding streams, triggering landslides and destroying houses. The Ministry..
Police in China's Sichuan Hold Petitioners, Activist Ahead of G20 Finance Talks
Authorities in China's southwestern province of Sichuan have detained the founder of a prominent rights website, taking him and 17 other activists on a forced "vacation" ahead of a meeting of G20 finance ministers in his hometown at the..

India


  • Indian air force plane with 29 missing over Bay of Bengal
    NEW DELHI, (AP): The Indian air force Friday lost contact with a transport plane carrying 29 people to islands in the Bay of Bengal, the defense ministry said. The AN-32 aircraft took off from the southern city of Chennai at 8.30 a.m. and was flying over the bay to the city of Port Blair in the Andaman and Nicobar islands, said Nitin Wakanker a..

Opinion

Explaining the Problem with Lesser Evilism
By David Swanson
According to supporters of Hillary Clinton, anything other than a vote for her is "a vote for Trump," and according to supporters of Donald Trump, anything other than a vote for Trump is "a vote for Hillary." Whether you declare that you will vote..
Could Hillary Be Any Worse? Sure, Add Tim Kaine to the Ticket
By David Swanson
Tim Kaine has been consistently ranked as one of the least progressive Democrats in the U.S. Senate. Adding him to the Hillary Clinton ticket would be a kick in the face to Bernie Sanders supporters holding out hopeless hope for some sign of..

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Travel

Nepal probing ‘fake Everest claims’ of Pune Police couple
KATHMANDU: Nepal has launched a probe to verify the claims made by an Indian police couple of having scaled the Mount Everest after it was alleged that they faked their expedition to the peak’s summit by morphing photographs. Tarakeshwari and..
Documentary ‘Nepal is Safe for Tourism’ prepared
KATHMANDU: Singer and tourist guide Ensu Rai has come up with a documentary ‘Nepal is safe for Tourism Forever’. The documentary spanning three minutes and 11 seconds has shots of ascents to the world’s highest summit Mount Everest and vista..

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Money


  • Ncell transfers Rs 9.97 billion to the government
    KATHMANDU: Ncell a private telecom company in Nepal, transferred Rs 9.97 billion to the state coffers, as per the instructions issued by the government to pay applicable capital gains tax on Ncell buyout deal. The amount deposited today, as per Ncell, is 15 per cent of the gains made by TeliaSonera while selling Ncell to Malaysian telecom giant,..




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Woman taken hostage by husband rescued

KATHMANDU: A woman held hostage by her husband over dowry issues has been finally rescued by the police. She was freed Tuesday. Police was reported that Anil Kumar Yadav of Udaypurghurmi of Birgunj..
Amarnath Yatra: 2 Pilgrims Die Of Heart attack, Number of Deaths Rises To 5
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'Lost Between Both Worlds': Why Afghan Sikhs, Hindus Are Leaving 'Home'
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Interview

'US market has very positive and good response towards the fair of Nepali produces'
Sanjay Thapa is busy preparing for the Nepal exhibition and International trade fair in the US to be held on the 30th September to 2nd October, 2016. This comes after the successful completion of historic Nepal Day Parade Nepalese Americans Diaspora there. He has been unbiased in fulling his responsibility on wide ranges of issues related to the..

Business & Economy



General Motors 2Q profit more than doubles on US earnings

DETROIT, (AP): General Motors' second-quarter profit more than doubled to a post-bankruptcy record $2.87 billion on a strong performance in the U.S., where the company saw sales fall after it cut..
NRA to provide first installment of house rebuilding grants by October
KATHMANDU: The Nepal Reconstruction Authority (NRA) is to provide the first installment of house rebuilding grants announced by the government for the earthquake survivors before the..
Tainted liquor kills at least 19, blinds 6 in northern India
LUCKNOW, India, (AP): At least 19 people died and six others were blinded after drinking toxic bootleg liquor in northern India, police said Sunday. Another 50 people fell ill after..

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Washington D.C.: The second U.S.-Nepal Trade and Investment Framework (TIFA) Council Meeting has affirmed that the bilateral trade and investment relationship has great potential and..

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Beyond Hummus: 9 Popular Arabic Foods You Must Try
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Fancy eating chocolates every day? You may soon have the doctors’ recommendation to indulge a little, as researchers have found, a dark chocolate bar daily could reduce the risk of developing diabetes and heart diseases. glucose level blood..

 

 

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