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“I’ll put on the England shirt,” says Sushil Shakya, a junior account officer at Nepal Telecom. “I hope Liecester’s Jamie Vardy carries his scoring form to lead England to their maiden Euro title,” adds Shakya
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On April 25, 2015—that unsuspecting Saturday—the papers were upbeat about the country’s tourism prospects; China had been projected to edge out India as the number one tourist source and a feature article celebrated eco-tourism, which had been on the upswing for a decade.
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Sixteen years ago, I missed out on an opportunity to visit Berlin to do a spotlight for ‘Europ’ magazine on the relocation of the unified German capital. Instead, I visited Bonn which served as the country’s capital from 1949 till 1999. So when I was offered to travel to Berlin earlier this month, I was excited to feel the pulse of the historic city. With a unique mix of culture, history, and architecture, Berlin, a city of 4.5 million residents, has transformed since the wall dividing the East and the West was brought down in 1989.
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Saturday, April 25, began like any other for Dr Anu Bajracharya. The sky was a bit overcast but there was no rain
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