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Top 12 Reasons the Good War Was Bad: Hiroshima in Context
By David Swanson
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- Ang Tshering Sherpa, Nepal Mountaineering Association

Entertainment

Angelina Jolie to Teach at London School of Economics
LONDON, (AFP): Hollywood star and UN refugee agency envoy Angelina Jolie is to become a visiting professor at Britain's prestigious London School of Economics, the university announced on Monday. Ms Jolie was named as one of four new "visiting professors in practice" who will contribute to a new..

Sports

Ronaldo declares himself fit for Champions League final
MILAN, (REUTERS): Cristiano Ronaldo has reassured Real Madrid fans he will be fit to play in Saturday’s Champions League final against Atletico Madrid in Milan after limping out of Tuesday’s training session. Ronaldo failed to complete training for the third session in a row, leaving the pitch..

Nation & Society

UDMF leaders neglect all party meeting
KATHMANDU: Leaders of the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) have not attended an all-party meeting called by Prime Minister KP Oli on Today. The Prime Minister had called the all-party meeting to resolve the contemporary issues. According to the source, Madhesi leaders did not attend the..

Politics

Govt. not serious towards Madhes issues: leader Nidhi
JANAKPUR: Nepali Congress central committee member and former Minister, Bimalendra Nidhi, has said that the CPN (UML) led government was not serious to address the genuine demands of Madhes. Laying foundation stone of the four-room building of Rajeshwor Nidhi Higher Secondary School at Nagaraen..

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Emerging World

China

China says better US-Vietnam ties must not threaten Beijing
BEIJING, (AP): Improved relations between the U.S. and Vietnam must not lead to greater pressure on China or threats to its interests, an official Chinese newspaper said Tuesday. While China applauds the spirit of reconciliation between Hanoi and..
China Launches Private Investment Probe
By Michael Lelyveld
China's government is now trying to reverse a slowdown in private investment as concerns rise over weakening support for economic growth. On May 4, the cabinet-level State Council ordered a month-long investigation to see how local authorities are..

India


  • China Wants To Stretch Rail Network All The Way To Touch Bihar: Report
    BEIJING, (PTI): Having already expanded its influence in Nepal with road and rail network through Tibet, China is now looking to stretch its railway link to Bihar to improve connectivity with India and South Asia, state-run Chinese media reported today. A cross-border railroad link to the Rasuwagadhi area in Nepal has already been discussed..

Opinion

Top 12 Reasons the Good War Was Bad: Hiroshima in Context
By David Swanson
Consider this a friendly reminder to President Obama on his way to Hiroshima. No matter how many years one writes books, does interviews, publishes columns, and speaks at events, it remains virtually impossible to make it out the door of an event..
Commentary: Make serving in war an option, not an order
By Kristin Y. Christman
Josef Beno didn't want to go to war. A Czech, he didn't want to kill his fellow Slavs, the Russians. A father, he didn't want to leave his starving family unprotected. But the year was 1915 and Austria-Hungary was rounding up men and boys to serve..

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Travel

Hopes of Reviving Mountain Tourism Soar in Nepal
Anjana Pasricha, NEW DELHI, (VOA): Hundreds of colorful tents dotting the base camp at Mount Everest bustle with activity as scores of cooks, porters, sherpa mountain guides and medical teams prepare for the arduous trek up jagged, snow-clad paths..
Nepali woman Lhakpa Sherpa beats own world record for most Everest summits by a woman
KATHMANDU, (AFP): A Nepali mountaineer has broken her own world record for the most Everest summits by a woman after scaling the peak for the seventh time on Friday, her expedition company said. The daughter of a yak herder, 43-year-old Lhakpa..

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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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American Journey



The Himalayan Voice to voice Nepali American Concerns in US

LOS ANGELES: The Himalayan Voice, the first English language newspaper published by Nepali community in the United States was launched amid a function in Los Angeles on Friday. Unveiling the first..
“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..
'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..

Crime

Looking for liquor, Bihar tipplers land in Nepal jails
KATHMANDU: Tipplers from Bihar have been crossing into adjoining Nepal in thousands for their daily liquor quota ever since the Indian state went dry on April 1. However, scores end up spending the night in Nepal Police lockups and pay hefty fines. Police in Rautahat district of Nepal said at least 70 Indian nationals have been fined Rs 1,000..

Life Style



Why land means hope for India’s vulnerable single women

BARIPADA, (REUTERS): When her husband died seven years ago, leaving her to fend for herself, 37-year-old Kuni Majhi survived hunger, illness, drunk men hammering at the flimsy tin door of her..
Oklahoma governor vetoes bill criminalizing abortion
OKLAHOMA CITY, (AP): Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin vetoed legislation that would have effectively outlawed abortion in the state by making it a felony for doctors to perform the procedure,..
Yarcha picking season begins
KANCHANPUR: The season of Yarchagumba (Cordyceps synensis) harvesting begins here and Darchula and Bajhang folks, as every year, have started hitting the road in horde to collect the..

Interview

'Dear Chairman Mao, Please Think About What You Are Doing'
In September 1966, four months after late supreme leader Mao Zedong unleashed the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) on China, plunging the nation into a decade of political violence and social turmoil, a foreign language university student named Wang Rongfen wrote him a letter. "Dear Chairman Mao Zedong," the letter said. "The..

Business & Economy



Mission Korala-2016 in Mustang

MUSTANG: Mission Korala-2016 has begun here from today with an objective of promoting tourism from Pokhara to Korala. The Pokhara Tourism Council (PTC) has organised the five-day Mission with the..
G7 takes aim at terrorist financing; rifts on policy remain
AKIU, Japan, (AP): The Group of Seven major economies showed a united front on fighting terrorist financing and tax evasion in talks that ended Saturday, but shied away from coordinated..
Nepal will need 10,000 megawatt electricity after 25 years: WB study
KATHMANDU: The World Bank (WB) study has revealed that Nepal will be in need for 10,000 megawatts of electricity by 2040. The three-year study held under the title 'The Benefits of..

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Nepal: 9-Point Deal Undermines Transitional Justice

NEW YORK: Nepal’s leading political parties should not bargain away justice for victims of serious human rights abuses as part of an agreement to form a new coalition government, the International..
Panama Papers: New data shows 13 Nepalese nationals links
KATHMANDU: The Panama Papers published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has made public the name of 13 Nepalese nationals. The database released on..
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..

Food & Relegion

Beyond Hummus: 9 Popular Arabic Foods You Must Try
By Anoothi Vishal
The question of who exactly are the Arabs and what exactly is their cuisine is a question simpler to ask than answer. The Arab identity is a complex notion. Politically speaking, the "Arab world" connotes the 22 Arabic speaking nations of the Arab..
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..

 

 

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