Stories Tagged 'Anfa'
In essay A Word in Favor of Rootlessness, John Daniel writes: “When human beings settle in a place for the long run, good things occur overall. But there are dangers.” We also faced one major threat: the hostility of committed dwellers-in-place.
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If Nepal gets a Chinese grant, it will be easy for the government to request the Indian side for a grant as well to prepare the DPR of the Raxual-Kathmandu cross-border railway, officials said.
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The NCP and NC criticised the ruling parties for appointing their activists only while forming committee in all eight districts.
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The cash flow problem in the state-owned airlines, however, started nine months ago when it inducted two brand new Airbus A330 jets into its fleet last year, as they largely remained under-utilised for months after failing to get enough routes to fly.
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According to a research published by the Center for Disease Control, family separation issue has become the primary cause of concern for a growing trend of depression and anxiety including suicidal ideation among many Bhutanese communities in the United States. Where is the happiness in that?
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Nepal Police Club (NPC) clinched five gold medals on the first day of the judo tournament under the eighth National Games in Nepalgunj on Sunday.
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