Stories Tagged 'Anfa'
Travel means movement, but the concept is all about the destination. Unless you’re a train- or plane-lover, travel is not about the grind between sites. In the almost 5, 000km I travelled in Europe, I didn’t spend more than three days in one location. I didn’t spend more than 12 hours in some cities. I tried to fit in the most important locations, but a lot of my time ended up being research for the next place to stay.
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Journalists in Sarlahi staged a sit-in in front of the District Administration Office (DAO) on Sunday, demanding the authorities to detain the culprits who had assaulted journo Som Diyali.
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The Communist Party of Nepal, led by Netra Bikram Chand, was branded a criminal outfit by the government on March 12, paving the way for police action against the group and its members as per the country’s law.
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Brought to Kathmandu from Kochi, the only familiarity with the kudampuli seems to be its texture. Although that too is up for debate—maybe it’s the texture of a dried apricot, perhaps a prune, but its flavour is otherworldly for the uninitiated.
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In Nepal, it always feels like wedding season. Barring a few short months, weddings take place all year around, as astrologers chart out a litany of auspicious dates. And Kathmandu’s booming middle class tends to leave no stone unturned when it comes to weddings, selling homes and property, digging into savings and even going into debt to give their children a ceremony like no other.
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Police have rescued two women from the Nepal-India border at Karnalipur of Badhaiyatal Rural Municipality-8 in Bardiya district on Sunday while they were being trafficked to India.  
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