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Three Centuries of U.S. Writing Against War
By David Swanson
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Entertainment

Justin Bieber being sued for $100,000
LOS ANGELES, (IANS): Singer Justin Bieber is being sued for $100,000 as he destroyed a club goer's mobile phone. According to Robert Earl Morgan, the 22-year-old destroyed his phone when the former tried to record footage of Bieber, who was attempting to chug beer at Cle nightclub in Houston,..

Sports

Prez Rousseff greets Olympic torch
BRASILIA, (AFP): Embattled President Dilma Rousseff greeted the Olympic flame in Brazil on Tuesday, promising not to allow a raging political crisis, in which she could be suspended within days, to ruin the Rio Games. “We are experiencing political instability. We are going through a very..

Nation & Society

MPs underscore meaningful effort from all-side to resolve national crisis
KATHMANDU: Lawmakers speaking in today's meeting of the Legislature-Parliament have pressed for meaningful effort from all sides to address national issues as post-quake-reconstruction operation and the demands of disgruntled Madhesh-centric political parties. They also drew the attention of the..

Politics

UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Prachanda meets with PM
KATHMANDU: Chairman of the ruling party UCPN (Maoist), Pushpa Kamal Dahal has met with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on today later his residence Baluwatar. Although formal information with regard to the meeting has not been disclosed, the meeting is said to have dwelt on issues like existing..

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Emerging World

China

Guangdong Labor Activist's Mother Withdraws Libel Lawsuit
The mother of a detained labor activist in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong has withdrawn a defamation lawsuit against two state-run Chinese media organizations, a Hong Kong newspaper reported. Chen Wenying, 71, mother of prominent labor..
Last Tiananmen Protest Prisoner Scheduled For Release This Year
China is planning to release the last, and longest-serving, prisoner jailed in connection with the 1989 pro-democracy centered on Tiananmen Square, a US-based rights group reported. Miao Deshun was handed a suspended death sentence at the age of 25..

India


  • Nihal Bitla: India progeria campaigner dies aged 15
    (BBC): A Mumbai teenager who had been suffering from a rare genetic disease that causes the body to age eight times faster than normal has died. Fifteen-year-old Nihal Bitla was the face of India's awareness campaign against progeria. Bitla made headlines while trying to locate 60 other Indian progeria sufferers to participate in a clinical..

Opinion

Three Centuries of U.S. Writing Against War
By David Swanson
Every student of peace, sanity, or survival, every person interested in the possibility of the United States making its current wars its last seven wars, every believer in the value of wisdom and the written word should pick up a copy of Lawrence..
Men in Black: Quality Overshadowing Quantity
By Saima Ali
Pakistan keeping a large army by compulsion of its geographical location and ambitious neighbors has to strive for a balance in the military equilibrium by quality. The doctrine of Pakistan’s Armed Forces seeks quality over quantity. The Armored..

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Travel

Plunging costs fuel safety fears on the world’s highest peak
KATHMANDU, (AFP): After 17 years of helping climbers reach the roof of the world, Argentinian Damian Benegas won’t be returning to Everest this year, frozen out of the business by cheaper and some say dangerous operators. “It’s impossible to..
On trek to Everest, a chance to push boundaries, find peace
By KARIN LAUB, EVEREST BASE CAMP, (AP): We reach Everest Base Camp on a sunny but chilly afternoon, after an eight-day trek that stretched our physical and mental limits. Aching knees from steep descents and headaches from mild altitude sickness..

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Money


  • Europe recouping losses, Asia muted after Belgian attacks
    TOKYO, (AP): European share prices appeared headed to recoup losses that had followed the deadly bombings in Belgium, while Asian stock indexes mostly fell, although moderately, on Wednesday in cautious trading. KEEPING SCORE: France's CAC 40 recovered 0.6 percent in early trading to 4,456.18. Germany's DAX edged up 0.7 percent to 10,057.43...

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American Journey



“Give us your ideas, I will give you prosper Nepal,”

Purushottam Dhakal, Los Angeles: Visiting Nepali Congress General Secretary Shashank Koirala appealed Nepali Americans faithful to his party to not follow leaders blindly but contribute to the..
'Can't Continue To Allow China To Rape Our Country': Donald Trump
WASHINGTON: Republican front-runner Donald Trump compared the US's trade deficit with China, which he regularly laments and vows to tackle as president, to rape. "We can't continue to..
War Is A Lie: What Your Taxes Buy
Remarks prepared for April 14 eventin Bellingham, Wash. I believe that people in the United States often tend to have a particular hatred for taxes for three reasons above all others, but..

Crime

13 yarsha smugglers arrested
DOLPA: The Nepalese Army has arrested 13 yarshagumba smugglers from western area of Kagmara Mounation in Dolpa district. Among the arrested are seven from Jajarkot district, two from Jumla and five from Dolpa district, according to Shey- Phoksundo National Park. The local body officially declares the opening of yarshagumba picking every year...

Life Style



Communist Led Govt. ordered a Canadian man out of Nepal after political tweets

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: Communist party led Nepali government in Nepal arrested a Canadian software developer and blogger in his Lalitpur office on Monday and notified him of being kicked out..
Nepal honours mountaineers on Manaslus Diamond Jubilee
KATHMANDU, (PTI): Nepal today honoured six mountaineers, including three foreigners, to mark the diamond jubliee celebration of the first ascent to Mt Manaslu and Lhotse. President Bidya..
Ancient Buddhist sculpture returned to Pakistani government
NEW YORK, (AP): An ancient stone sculpture of Buddha's footprints that was smuggled into the United States and had been expected to sell for more than $1 million was returned to the..

Interview

'Dai is a symbol for generations who fight for human rights.'
About four months ago dozens of Vietnamese police arrested dissident lawyer Nguyen Van Dai as he was on his way to meet with representatives of the European Union, which had just held a bilateral dialogue with Vietnam in Hanoi on human rights. The arrest on charges of “propaganda against the state” came a week after masked assailants beat him..

Business & Economy



Flight services resume in Jufal

DOLPA: Flight service to and from Jufal Airport in Dolpa district, which was closed indefinitely since a week owing to thick smog, has resumed from today. The thick smog had blanketed Dolpa,..
Govt to present policy and programme in House on May 8
KATHMANDU: Government is all set to present its policy and programme in the parliament on May 8. President Bidya Devi Bhandari will present the government's policy and programme at 4:00 pm..
Flight service in Dolpa closes down indefinitely
DOLPA: The flight service to and from the Jufal airport in Dolpa has been closed indefinitely due to the presence of thick smog. The flight service which is the only means of..

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Communist Led Govt. ordered a Canadian man out of Nepal after political tweets

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: Communist party led Nepali government in Nepal arrested a Canadian software developer and blogger in his Lalitpur office on Monday and notified him of being kicked out..
Nepal Marks Anniversary of Quake That Killed Nearly 9,000
KATHMANDU, (AP): People gathered Sunday at the remains of a historic tower in Nepal's capital that collapsed in a devastating earthquake a year ago, as Nepalese held memorial services to..
Nepal marks anniversary of devastating earthquake
KATHMANDU, (AP): Government officials, diplomats and ordinary people gathered at the remains of a fallen iconic tower in the Nepal Capital on Sunday to mark the anniversary of a devastating..

Food & Relegion

Dark chocolates reduce risk of diabetes, heart disease?
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..
The Story of Momos: What Makes This Tibetan Dumpling So Popular?
By Hoihnu Hauzel
Have you ever wondered about the journey of momo? Come to think of it, the momo has probably travelled the farthest of all foods. That, it is now quite at home on the streets of Delhi, as it is comfortable at posh five-star eateries, only confirms..

 

 

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