Stories Tagged 'On saturday'
Somebody needs to tell our government that it’s not a good idea to use tear gas, laathis and boots and even bullets against students, nurses and doctors inside a hospital.
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White sounds of unceasing rain land on the puddles that look like small lakes. Fish could live in them. My father-in-law is in the room with me, drinking tea and staring out the window. Tea, they say, originated in China. Has to be. I am restless as I sip, like I want to jump off the window and take a vigorous swim in the Arabian Sea frothing somewhere behind us.
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Kartik. With Dashain and Tihar behind them, Kathmandu’s residents are bidding adieu to the festive season. Colourful kites have disappeared from the autumn sky; and the large linge pings are being taken down. But as one thing departs, another promise arrives. The sky is clearer and has taken on a deeper shade of blue and the air is cooler, indicating that Minpachas, the coldest fifty days of the year, is right around the corner.
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The annual Swasthani Brata Katha commenced on January 31. This festival, based on the holy Hindu book Skandapuran, attracts devotees from across the country to the Sali river—a hub for the festival—in Sankhu, 17km from the Capital.
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The increased production of cannabis, particularly as an industrial fiber, will help create thousands of jobs and inject life into rural economies
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Stories of Nepal in Barpak
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Todd Haynes’ Carol is a beautifully-crafted, beautifully-acted, very absorbing portrayal of a relationship, easily one of the most moving love stories we’ve seen on the big screen for a good, long while
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