Thursday 26th of April 2018 Nepali
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In Joseph Hickman’s book Murder at Camp Delta, he describes a hideous death camp in which guards were trained to view the prisoners as sub-human and much greater care was taken to protect the well-being of iguanas than homo sapiens. Chaos was the norm, and physical abuse of the prisoners was standard. Col. Mike Bumgarner made it a top priority that everyone stand in formation when he entered his office in the morning to the sounds of Beethoven’s Fifth or “Bad Boys.” Hickman relates that......

Immigration Update

By ELLIOT SPAGAT, TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — About 130 Central Americans, mostly women and children, have arrived at the U.S. border with Mexico in a "caravan" of asylum-seeking immigrants that has drawn the fury of President Donald Trump. Two busloads arrived late Tuesday in the Mexican border city of Tijuana at two migrant shelters just steps from one of the most fortified stretches of border separating the U.S. from Mexico. They joined another 50 or so who arrived in Tijuana over the last......

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Three Star beats Police Club 4-3 in a tie-breaker

ILAM: Three Star Club beat Nepal Police Club, Kathmandu 4-3 in a match under the 4th International Invitation Mai Valley Gold Cup underway in Ilam. This victory sent the Three Star into semi finals. The 1-1 draw played until extra 15 minutes after..

Nation & Society

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Constitutional bench clears only 50 out of 265 cases

KATHMANDU: The constitutional bench of the Supreme Court has settled 50 cases so far. Supreme Court's spokesman Narayan Prasad Panthi said that only 50 out of the 265 disputes related to provisions in the constitution and registered with the bench..

Politics

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Gachchhadar, Shrestha demand NC Vice President

KATHMANDU: Two leaders of Nepali Congress—Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar and Gopal Man Shrestha—have applied for a position of party Vice President. They demanded the position at un-going NC Central Working Committee meeting on election review..

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What To Do Legally If You’ve Gone Bankrupt Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Knowing that you are financially troubled may be challenging.  In fact, the moment you admit that you’ve gone bankrupt is even harder. Apart from the emotional burden..

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China

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Hong Kong Candidates Opposed to One-Party Rule in China ‘Should be Barred’

Hong Kong and Chinese officials have once more sounded a warning note to anyone wishing to stand for election in the former British colony, with "no guarantees" that anyone calling for democracy in China won't be excluded from public life. "It is..

World

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Kim Jong Un walks south to meet his rival: Can they deal? Thursday, April 26th, 2018

GOYANG, South Korea (AP): There will be plenty to gawk at Friday when North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walks south across the world’s most heavily armed border and..

Australia

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Plunder Down Under: The Rot in Australia’s Financial Services Thursday, April 26th, 2018

It has all the elements of a crudely crafted if effective tale: banks and other financial services, founded, proud of their standing in society; financial service..

Europe

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Trump's Warm Welcome Masks Policy Tensions as Macron and Merkel Visit Washington Thursday, April 26th, 2018

(VOA): U.S President Donald Trump Tuesday praised the strength of America's partnership with France — and the personal friendship he has developed with his French..

 

US-China Trade Fight Reaches Top American Court in Antitrust Case Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

(VOA): President Donald Trump's trade fight with China moved inside the white marble walls of the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, where lawyers for both countries..

Asia

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Cambodian Journalist Charged With Incitement Flees Amid Crackdown Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

(VOA): A Cambodian journalist charged with “incitement to commit a felony” over his election coverage said on Tuesday that has fled the country fearing arrest and..

Tibet

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Tibetan Monk Jailed Five Years on Charges ‘Related to Self-Immolation’ Protest Saturday, March 31st, 2018

Authorities in a Tibetan area of China’s western Sichuan province have sentenced a Kirti monastery monk to five years in prison on charges related to a self-immolation..

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Post-Earthquake Reconstruction: Amount necessary Rs 706 billion, amount spent Rs 120 billion Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

Bhisma Raj Ojha and Hari Lamichhane,KATHMANDU: The amount required for the post-earthquake reconstruction is put at Rs 706 billion, but only around Rs 120 billion has..

Travel

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Nepal preps for busy year as hundreds cleared to climb Everest Thursday, April 26th, 2018

KATHMANDU, (AFP): Hundreds of adventurers have been granted permits to climb Mount Everest, officials in Nepal said Thursday (Apr 26), foreshadowing another bumper year..

Opinion

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Worst Possible Pick for U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Thursday, April 26th, 2018

In Joseph Hickman’s book Murder at Camp Delta, he describes a hideous death camp in which guards were trained to view the prisoners as sub-human and much greater care..

Business & Economy

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Next budget will balance all- Finance Minister

KATHMANDU: Finance Minister Dr Yubaraj Khatiwada has said the new budget would adopt balancing approach for Madhesi, Dalit,..

GDP Per Capita exceeds Rs 100,000

KATHMANDU: The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Per Capita is estimated to reach Rs 103, 000 or 1,004 US Dollars in the current..

Post-Earthquake Reconstruction: Amount necessary Rs 706 billion, amount spent Rs 120 billion

Bhisma Raj Ojha and Hari Lamichhane,KATHMANDU: The amount required for the post-earthquake reconstruction is put at Rs 706..

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Trump-Kim Talks to be ‘A Very Short Meeting’ if Pyongyang Won’t Discuss Denuclearization

John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the UN, spoke to Jung Min Noh of RFA’s Korean Service on March 19, just 3 days before the blunt-speaking lawyer was named by President Donald Trump to serve as his new national security adviser, in a telephone interview that focused on the North Korean nuclear weapons issue. What do..

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Plunder Down Under: The Rot in Australia’s Financial Services Thursday, April 26th, 2018

It has all the elements of a crudely crafted if effective tale: banks and other financial services, founded, proud of their standing in society; financial service..

Health

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Where girls forced to miss schools during menstruation Friday, April 6th, 2018

Prem Raule, BAJURA: The Kirtichaur Secondary School based in Manakot of Gaumul Rural Municipality-5 in Bajura has presently 250 girl students. But those who have already..

Food & Relegion

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Moh Moh Licious takes an un? or? tho? dox approach to Nepalese cuisine Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

The guy in front of me can’t find what he wants on the menu at Moh Moh Licious. He asks if there’s any jerk chicken, and the cook tells him no. Undaunted, the..

Technology

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Is your child hooked to mobile? High time to wean off the child from this bad habit Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

Gautam Buddha Bajracharya, KATHMANDU: Do you think children's using mobile (smart) phone is the trend of time and you are allowing your children hooked to smart..

Crime

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Chinese citizen involved in gold smuggling arrested Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

KATHMANDU: A Chinese citizen involved in the 14 kgs gold smuggling scam has been arrested by police. A team from the Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police..

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Worst Possible Pick for U.S. Ambassador to South Korea

In Joseph Hickman’s book Murder at Camp Delta, he describes a hideous death camp in which guards were trained to view the prisoners as sub-human and much greater care was taken to protect the well-being of iguanas than homo sapiens. Chaos was the norm, and physical abuse of the prisoners was standard. Col. Mike Bumgarner made..

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