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Government team reaches Barekot after 51 years

Hemanta KC Jajarkot, March 20, 2019 The government has reached out to geographically challenging and remote Barekot rural municipality after 51 years. The District Administration Office recently set up an integrated mobile camp in the village to provide government services to the locals. The total 1,130 local people acquired citizenship …

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Momo love in Australia

Prativa Shrestha March 20, 2019 The much awaited Momo Fest 2019 was celebrated last weekend in Melbourne with a bang. The fest saw a huge crowd of Momo lovers enjoying varieties of Momos, Nepalese dumpling, with friends and families. The presence of multicultural crowd in the fest showed the craze …

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Non drinkers still suffer because of alcohol: study

USA, Mar 18, 2019 A recent study talks about how the people who do not consume alcohol suffer because of the decisions and recklessness of those who do consume alcohol. Most of the researches focus on the harm of alcohol on the drinker, and not on the innocent bystanders. The …

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Holi, Festival of Colours, today

March 20, 2019 The Holi /Fagu Poornima or the festival of colours is being celebrated with much fanfare in hilly areas of Nepal, including Kathmandu, today. The festival is however being observed in the Terai region tomorrow. The Fagu Poornima celebration begins with a Holika dahan or making a bonfire …

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China hits out at ‘abnormal, immoral’ attacks on Huawei

March 18, 2019 China’s foreign minister lashed out Monday at “abnormal, immoral” attacks on Huawei amid growing concern, led by the US, that the telecom giant poses a security risk to the West. Wang Yi demanded a “fair and just competition environment” for Chinese firms as he met EU foreign …

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