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Nepali Times 13h
Largest ever international exhibition of contemporary Nepali art opens at Europe’s foremost ethnographic museum Weltmuseum Wien. reports from Vienna.
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Nepali Times 17h
For Friday & into the weekend, expect bright clear mornings with a fresh breeze from the northwest. Going into early next week another westerly system will bring moisture-laden clouds our way which local convection will push up the mountains leading to more thunderstorms
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Nepali Times 19h
नेपालको विकासमा क्यानडा ५० वर्षदेखि संलग्न छ, तर नेपालमा धेरैलाई त्यसको बारेमा थाहा छैन। नेपालका लागि क्यानडाका राजदूत नादिर पटेल क्यानडा - नेपालबीचको व्यापार, पर्यटन र लगानी अझ बढाउन चाहन्छन।
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Nepali Times 21h
We are rock-steady with our unhealthy air this week despite the rainstorms. Surprisingly, the Air Quality Index (AQI) consistently hovered in the ‘Unhealthy’ zone around 15-16 hours a day. Go to for hourly updates.
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Nepali Times Apr 17
Four years after the earthquake, we Nepalis have got really good at playing victim, writes Anil Chitrakar.
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Nepali Times Apr 17
नेपालमा वर्षेनी बाढी वा हावाहुरीले भन्दा चट्यांगको कारणले बढी मानिसको ज्यान जाने गर्दछ। तर अरु विपद्लई भन्दा चट्यांगलाई कमै ध्यान दिइन्छ। नेपालका विभिन्न ठाउंमा चट्यांगको प्रभावको बारेमा को रिपोर्ट
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Nepali Times Apr 17
Kshitij lives in the US and on a visit to Kathmandu, he surprised his sister with a combo celebration of Dasain, Tihar, Rakhi and her birthday. writes about Offering Happiness, a startup that offers not just presents but experiences.
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Nepali Times Apr 16
EDITORIAL may be omnipresent, but most users are sceptical about its content. The take-home message from the survey for the Nepali and public is that the still has a check-and-balance role in our .
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Nepali Times Apr 16
. is as popular in Nepal as anywhere else! Our own bloody palace intrigues make Nepalis familiar with conspiracies, back-stabbing, violence & belief in supernatural that are staples of the series
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Nepali Times Apr 16
Complete results of the Nepal media Survey 2019 with interactive charts and graphs only at . Access it via your phone or PC at
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Nepali Times Apr 16
Many car names end in ‘o’, like Terrano, , Sumo. Given that Daihatsu calls its latest model the Scat, it is obvious automakers are running out of car names, so here are some ideas for the cars of tomorrow. More:
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Kunda Dixit Apr 16
Go to to read full detail of Nepal Media Survey with revealing interactive infographics on your mobile or PC:
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Nepali Times Apr 16
“I can still hear the screaming and swearing of teammates as we ducked into our tents”, says Damien Francois about the 2015 earthquake which he faced at . But the tragedy did not prevent him from returning to again.
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Nepali Times Apr 15
Nepal tops the list of countries with the most fatalities per unit area. More people die every year in electric in than in the whole of North America. Full report with annual and district breakdown of fatalities by .
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Nepali Times Apr 15
Canada has been involved in assistance in for the last 50, but most Nepalis do not know much about their work. Even though some of the projects have been criticised for being unsustainable, they have left their mark.
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Nepali Times Apr 15
Devotees played with vermilion powder as they danced to traditional music while carrying the palanquins of deities across the ancient town of Thimi. Celebrated on the second day of Baisakh, Sindoor Jatra marks the advent of the spring season. More photos:
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Nepali Times Apr 15
-Mobile is least accessed in Province 5, tv viewership is lowest in province 7, and province 2 use radio the least -Tarai Dalits have the least access to tv, newspapers, Internet, mobile phones and smartphone devices. More on Nepal Media Survey 2019 here:
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Nepali Times Apr 14
Offering Happiness has filled a gap left in Nepali diaspora families who are separated by geography. You can order a surprise for loved ones and spread the joy around. Hear from people who have been surprised to get surprises. Read story:
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Nepali Times Apr 14
Will 2076 be better for Nepal than 2075?
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Nepali Times Apr 14
Instead of helping us communicate, the is making Nepalis lonelier, unhappy and unproductive. Sabina Devkota reports. More on Survey 2019 only at
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