Stories Tagged 'Nepal'
Nepal crushed Bangladesh by nine wickets in their first match of the first International Wheelchair Twenty20 cricket tournament at the Tribhuvan University Stadium grounds in Kirtipur on Thursday.
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Ben Ayers discovered the honey hunters of the Hongu River Valley, in eastern Nepal, more than a decade ago, and it was not easy to convince Mauli Dhan Rai—the “last honey hunter”—and the people of his village for approval to bring their lives on screen, with the film The Last Honey Hunter.
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The US Embassy in Nepal on Wednesday organised a half-day symposium highlighting the role that the US can play in Nepal to strengthen its democracy and help it attain prosperity.
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Nepal’s tourism industry can look forward to new opportunities following the conclusion of the elections as the new government that will be formed can be expected to bring stability and put an end to the tradition of short-lived governments, government officials and tourism entrepreneurs said on Wednesday.
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Good governance. Jobs. Development. These are three areas the new government is likely to focus on if speech delivered by KP Sharma Oli on Monday is anything to go by.
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Located between the two most populous countries, India and China, which are also among the fastest growing economies in the world, Nepal can benefit greatly from her position.
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There has been increasing involvement of women in public life in recent years, which certainly is a good step. Women, too, have proved themselves, scaling new heights and transforming society for the better.
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