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4 hrs ago | Inter Press Service

Stunting: The Cruel Curse of Malnutrition in Nepal

Sadhana Ghimire, 23, makes sure to give her 18-month-old daughter nutritious food, such as porridge containing grains and pulses, in order to prevent stunting.

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7 hrs ago | MYREPUBLICA.com

Nepali girl tops int'l handwriting contest

Nepali student Sworima Shakya, 12, secured first position in the recently held "World Handwriting Competition-2014" in New York, USA.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

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MA 60 resuming flights today

The MA 60 aircraft of Nepal Airlines Corporation , which has been grounded since Wednesday, is resuming scheduled flights from Tuesday.

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The Indian Express

When Modi goes to Kathmandu

'From a developmental perspective, Modi's emergence in India is the best thing to happen for Nepal,' says former PM Kirtinidhi Bista.

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Tri-Chandra's library set ablaze after clash between student unions

Feud between members of two student unions has left one seriously injured and turned one of the oldest library of the country into ashes on Sunday.

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No pain, no gain

Age is just a number for 65 years old Shiv Lal Shrestha, a resident of Jyatha, Kathmandu and physical exercise means everything to him.

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Nepalnews.com

Power cooperation deal before Modi's visit: Energy Minister

Minister for Energy, Radha Gyawali has said that the government will sign a power cooperation deal with India, based on equal footing, before Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Nepal.

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Nerve News

Nepal to generate energy from Bagmati river

The Nepalese government is gearing up to generate hydropower energy from Bagmati river.

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The Indian Express

Kanwarias reach Allahabad

A Kanwaria walks on the banks of the River Gangas as others rest in Allahabad. Kanwarias are devotees performing a ritual pilgrimage in which they walk the roads of India, clad in saffron, and carrying ornately decorated canisters of sacred water from the Ganga River over their shoulders to take it back to Hindu temples in their hometown, during ... (more)

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UN Under-Secretary General Ladsous in Kathmandu

UN Under-Secretary General and Head of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations of the United Nations, Mr. Herv Ladsous, arrived here today on a two-day official visit to Nepal.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Mirror.co.uk

Malaysia Airlines crash: British victim Richard Mayne's family...

Richard took part in an Everest expedition in March to support UK-based children's charity Kidasha, raising around A 1,000 - but this has more than doubled The family of Flight MH17 victim Richard Mayne say they have been touched after donations totalling almost A 2,000 were made to a Justgiving page he set up.

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Stuff.co.nz

Kathmandu: The good

How better to describe the two sides of the tourism coin that Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is built upon than the opening line of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities? In five years of travelling I have never visited a city so divided socially, geographically or culturally by foreign money.

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Nerve News

Uproar in Nepal over Indian energy proposal

Kathmandu, July 20 - Days ahead of a visit by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj aimed at further strengthening bilateral ties, an Indian proposal for the development of Nepal's abundant water resources has triggered a row in the Himalayan nation with many political parties opposing it contending it was not in Nepal's national interest.

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Strengths and snags

The Nepali Congress-led government has unveiled Rs 618.1 billion budget for fiscal year 2014/15.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

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Rotten tomatoes

The large scale of tomato crushing in Kalimati, Kathmandu few days back was unpleasant, whatever its reason.

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Nepalnews.com

Casinos to resume soon: Fin Min Mahat

Finance Minister Dr Ram Sharan Mahat has said that the closed casinos would resume soon.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Peninsula

Qatar-Nepal ties reviewed

Qatar's Attorney-General Dr Ali bin Fetais Al Marri met his Nepalese counterpart Baburam Kunwar in Kathmandu and discussed the establishment of direct contact between attorney-generals' offices in both countries to tackle issues of common interest.

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The Nation

S Asian MPs for improving political opportunities for women

The three days meeting of women parliamentarians from South Asia, which was held in Kathmandu, concluded with the note to improve leadership and political opportunities for women in their respective countries.

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Police probes Japanese national's death

The Metropolitan Police Range Office, Hanuman Dhoka, has intensified investigation into the death of a 61-year-old Japanese national in a Thamel-based restaurant in Kathmandu on Thursday night.

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Lansing State Journal

Williamston High graduate will help sexual abuse victims in Nepal

A remote corner of the world will soon become Kathryn Kufahl's classroom. Kufahl, a 2008 Williamston High School graduate, leaves Aug. 2 for a volunteer work trip in Nepal.

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