Wednesday 18th July 2018

    करारका १३ हजार कर्मचारीको भविष्य अन्योलमा    सर्बोच्चकै सरकार माथि यक्सन निषेधाज्ञा लगाउने निर्णयमा सर्वोच्चको रोक    रचनात्मक सहयोग गर्न तयार : नेता गच्छदार    कसले उचाल्ला २१ औं विश्वकपको ट्रफी ?    तयारीविनाको समृद्धि यात्रा

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अग्ला पुलले समृद्धि

माघ २८, २०७४रमेश खड्का  पर्वत — अहिले कुश्मा–१२ मा पर्ने तत्कालीन ठुलीपोखरीका सूर्यप्रकाश पौडेलले २०५८ तिर सदरमुकाम कुश्मा र कटुवाचौपारीको डिल जोड्न आकासे पुल हाल्नुपर्छ भन्दा धेरैले पत्याएनन् । असहज लाग्ने भीर जोड्न सम्भव नहुने कुरा गर्‍यो भने कतिले उनलाई ‘पागल’ हुन लागेछन् पनि भनेका हुन् । पर्वतको सदरमुकाम कुश्मा र ज्ञाँदी जोड्ने झोलुङ्गे पुलमा आन्तरिक पर्यटकहरू

Malaysia’s Mahathir in hospital for chest infection(with best speech )

Malaysia’s veteran former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, who has been picked to lead an opposition bid for election victory, has been admitted to hospital with a chest infection, authorities said Saturday.   The 92-year-old, who has joined forces with his former protege-turned-nemesis Anwar Ibrahim in an attempt to topple scandal-tainted Prime Minister Najib Razak, “is

Winter Olympics opening ceremony sees historic handshake(Photo feature )

South Korean President Moon Jae-in shook hands with Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, as geopolitics and sporting endeavor merged at the opening of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Minutes into a spectacular opening ceremony, Moon greeted a number of world leaders including Kim Yo Jong and North

100 Women: I want to break the stigma of painful sex

One woman’s story of a decade of wrongly diagnosed sexual pain has inspired a play – and with it, the hope that other women with sexual dysfunction can be helped. “I felt desperately sad listening to Callista’s story. This problem with her vagina had destroyed her life. She’d lost her relationship, become depressed… it felt

Pakistan defence minister warns India against any ‘misadventure’

Pakistan’s defence minister Khurram Dastagir has warned India of a “response” in case of a “misadventure” by it. Dastagir’s remarks came during a Kashmir Solidarity Day gathering at the president house here on Monday which was hosted by President Mamnoon Hussain. “They may have the right to start an misadventure but the right

Nepal’s former king on ‘Wow Cow Mission’ to save Indian cows

from hindustan times : Nepal’s last monarch Gyanendra Shah travelled to Odisha on Monday to participate in an event dedicated to saving India’s indigenous cows. Shah, who stepped down in 2008, will attend the International Gau Sambardhana Mahotsav and a ceremony to lay the foundation stone for the Gomata Mandir at Rathipur near Jatani on

Forbes’ 30 under 30: Bhumi Pednekar, Vicky Kaushal, Mithila Palkar feature in the list

Bollywood actors Bhumi Pednekar, Mithila and Vicky Kaushal have been named as part of Forbes India’s 30 under 30 list. Bhumi and Vicky have already carved a niche for themselves in Bollywood, while Mithila, who is a big star on digital entertainment platforms, will soon debut in a feature film opposite Irrfan Khan. Bhumi is ecstatic about

Sheer genius, barbie pink and mixed messages

As Paris haute couture week ends, we look at the five things we learned from the elite fashion extravaganza   ALL HAIL GALLIANO Genius is a word that gets thrown around in fashion like confetti at a wedding, but many who witnessed John Galliano’s two shows for Margiela over the past 12 days believed that

King initiates winter festival to celebrate royal achievements

EFRESHED BY the cool breeze, members of the public are invited to dress up in Thai traditional costumes and join the winter festival event “Oon Ai Rak Klay Kwam Nao”, or “Warm Love to Temper the Cold”, initiated by His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun.   Given royal wishes for Thai people to be joyful

China looks to stamp out cryptocurrency trading

BEIJING: China plans to stamp out all remaining cryptocurrency trading in the country by blocking access to overseas-based websites and removing related applications from app stores. The moves were outlined in a report Sunday by Financial News, a publication under the People’s Bank of China, which said the aim was to snuff out the “dying cinders”