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Nepali Times 10h
As humans move into the Park and the wildlife moves out, we may as well declare Bharatpur a National Park and encourage tigers, rhinos and sloth bears to pay a fee to enter the city to watch humans in their natural habitat.
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Nepali Times 12h
“It’s a very strange world because no one tells you what to do if you become famous. You just have to figure out by yourself.” has lead Reshma Ghimire, recently seen in Insta Ko Photo music video from TikTok to music videos & film offers.
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Nepali Times 14h
Dogs at Sneha care shelter have been providing blood for dog surgeries and transfusions, and have saved many lives while helping vets across Kathmandu when they are in need of blood donation. Taylor Mason reports.
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Nepali Times 16h
Waling in Syangja District is all set to be the venue of the 1st annual world class mountain biking championship. The 100km International Open Mountain Biking Marathon will be one of the toughest one day MTB events in the world reports
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Kunda Dixit 18h
The Slaughter on Nepal's Roads 22,500 killed in last 10 years, 1,175 in the past year What can be done to make our highways safer? brings you interactive graphics and district-wise breakdown of fatalities here:
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Nepali Times Jan 20
Experts say Nepal’s leader will be judged more by what he does than what he says at . Nearly a year after becoming prime minister, Oli gets generally failing grades on transparency, accountability and investment climate.
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Nepali Times Jan 20
"If anyone blogged, people would wonder why. Today, everyone has the ability to generate instant mass following," says who began blogging 10 years ago. reports on what makes Nepal's influencers like Lex so influential.
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Nepali Times Jan 19
Nepali restaurants in Finland are so popular they have replaced Indian diners. It looks like there was a dark side to this success: Nepali restaurateurs have been found guilty of human trafficking, discrimination & tax evasion. in Helsinki
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Nepali Times Jan 19
EDITORIAL Despite the proximity to the world’s two largest markets in India and China, Nepal is better known among foreign investors as a kleptocracy than a democracy. Important to remember as PM Oli heads to for World Economic Forum .
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Nepali Times Jan 19
Who is the most responsible for road accidents?
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Nepali Times Jan 19
They leap, they spiral, they somersault, and if I lift my masked face I can see the dorsal fin above the translucent water but also the elegant pied curve normally hidden beneath the waves. remembers a magnificent time among .
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Kunda Dixit Jan 19
To Davos with Hammer and Sickle 's Communist Prime Minister flies off to the Capitalist winter wonderland of to drum up FDI. But that is going to be a hard-sell. Read report by and Editorial in :
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Nepali Times Jan 19
. plays out almost entirely on screen-- the script is not voiced dialogue, but through apps like Facetime, & Facebook. Its portrayal of technology changing our lives is all the more scary because it is true. reviews
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Nepali Times Jan 19
Your favourite donkey has some positive news this week! Animal Development Index (ADI) has risen so fast in Nepal that animal kingdom members enjoy living standards and social welfare safeguards that would be enviable in any other country.
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Nepali Times Jan 18
Who is a dog's best friend? Kathmandu's hero canines save the lives of fellow dogs with emergency blood transfusions. Get to know them in this report by Taylor Mason.
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Nepali Times Jan 18
With the relationship between traditional & being remolded, consumers are fed what they like online through or friends. This has created a new brand of celebrities people trust & follow. Meet Nepal's virtual celebrities
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Nepali Times Jan 18
EDITORIAL PM Oli's underlying message at will be: forget that we are a Communist government with a supposedly socialist ideology, your investment will be safe here. But that is going to be a hard-sell.
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Nepali Times Jan 18
1,176 people have been killed across Nepal in what police call road traffic accidents in the last 5 months. The fatalities have gone up sharply in the past decade. It is no longer correct to call them accidents, this is slaughter.
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Nepali Times Jan 17
Prime Minister is flying off to to attend the World Economic Forum on 20 Jan. As Nepal's first communist leader to do so, what are his agendas? What are his chances of success? finds out in this piece.
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Nepali Times Jan 17
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