Stories Tagged 'Nepal'
For Tsewang Dhoenkyi Sadutshang, a self-professed health nut, homemade fruit smoothies had long been an essential part of her diet. As a student in the US, she had realised early the dangers of processed foods and drinks.
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By sounding the alarm on inequality, Oxfam recently did in Nepal what it has been doing so effectively on the global stage for a few years now.
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A meeting relating to the integration of bilateral letter of exchange (LoE) made at different times between Nepal and India begins in New Delhi on Monday.
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Peace overtures

Mar 11 2019

Political developments in Nepal never cease to be interesting. The past decade saw the Second People’s Movement after King Gyanendra’s royal coup, which paved the way for the signing of a landmark Comprehensive Peace Accord that ended the decade-long Maoist insurgency.
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Just ahead of the second Investment Summit, Nepal and France have signed two separate memorandums of understanding—one of which is aimed at setting up state-of-art security printing facilities in Nepal with the French assistance.
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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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