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  1. Nepal Maoists burn Indian embassy vehicle, off...Read the original story w/Photo

    27 min ago | The Peninsula

    Nepalese students holding placards take part in a protest to show solidarity against the border blockade in Kathmandu, Nepal on November 27, 2015. Kathmandu: Members of the Communist Party of Nepal- Maoist on Saturday said they set on fire a vehicle belonging to the Indian embassy here.


  2. It takes two to tango: Envoy on anti-India feeling in NepalRead the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | DNA India

    He emphasised that the two countries should hold bilateral talks to address the issue and urged Nepal to directly talk to India if it thinks that the latter is at fault Amid the ongoing blockade and protests at the Indo-Nepal border, Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae has said it takes two to tango as far as the anti-India feeling in the country is concerned. "As to why there is an anti-India feeling, yes I agree with you that it takes, you know, do hath se bajti hai and that's why I'm saying it is something we need to discuss," Rae said at a press briefing in Kathmandu.


  3. Indian envoy expresses concern over growing 'anti- India' sentiment in NepalRead the original story

    18 hrs ago |

    Kathmandu, Nov. 27 : Expressing concern over growing "anti- India" sentiment in Nepal, Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae on Friday said, "We sense that this is being used for certain objective - political or otherwise." "We are deeply concerned with the growing anti-India sentiment.


  4. 'Kung Fu nuns' cycle in from Nepal for women's empowermentRead the original story

    22 hrs ago |

    New Delhi, Nov 27 : More than 250 'Kung Fu nuns', led by the Gyalwang Drukpa, spiritual head of the 1,000-year-old Drukpa Order based in the Himalayas, have commenced a cycle expedition that entered India to create awareness on women empowerment and environment consciousness, a statement said on Friday. The expedition that started from Kathmandu in Nepal entered India from Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.


  5. Cromwell teenagers return from back blocks of NepalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Southland Times

    Cromwell College students at the Everest Base Camp. The students were in Nepal to help bring funds and equipment to the school in Phorste that was damage in the earthquake earlier this year.


  6. Nepal draws India's attention to SSB firing incidentRead the original story

    Thursday |

    Kathmandu, Nov 26: The government has expressed grave concern over the entry of the Indian Sashastra Seema Bal personnel into the Nepali territory and their use of firearms against unarmed Nepalese citizens in an incident that took place on Tuesday at Poorbi Tole of Hariharpur VDC in Sunsari district. In a press release issued today, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that its serious attention has been drawn to the incident that occurred Tuesday at around 6:20 am 100 meters inside Nepal from India-Nepal No Man's Land at Poorbi Tole of Hariharpur Village Development Committee Ward No.


  7. Comfort foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Boulder Weekly

    It's located in an old building on the far west end of Walnut. To the west of Sherpa's is a woodsy, over-priced parking lot and then a foliage-filled view into the foothills.


  8. India terms Nepali media reports of firing by SSB 'inaccurate'Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 |

    Kathmandu, Nov. 25 : The Indian Embassy here on Wednesday termed reports published by a section of the Nepali media regarding firing by Seema Suraksha Bal personnel as "inaccurate". In a statement issued here, Embassy officials clarified that at 5.20 hrs on November 25, a SSB patrol team came across a few smugglers inside the Indian territory along the border with Sunsari District of Nepal.


  9. TU Vice-Chancellor's attention drawnRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 |

    Kathmandu, Nov 25: The CPN aligned All Nepal Free Students Union and UCPN aligned All Nepal National Independent Students Union-Revolutionary have drawn the attention of the Vice-Chancellor of Tribhuwan University towards the need of inducting professors through open competition. A team of student unions meeting the TU VC Prof Dr Tirtha Khaniya at the latter's office in Kirtipur here today demanded to scrap the vacancies announced open to appoint some 900 professors through internal competition.


  10. Pacific Holiday Black Friday and Cyber Monday Dream Holiday Vacation BargainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | PR Leap

    November 25, 2015 - Specializing in premium vacation packages, resort experiences, and tours, Pacific Holidays is now offering unique discounts for three world class destinations . Customers are encouraged to take advantage of these exclusive deals which are to be made available on Black Friday through Cyber Monday and beyond.


  11. Nepal earthquake survivor from Rodborough, Keith Eyles, 67, revisits...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    AN ENGINEER from Rodborough, who lived through the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal in April, has been back to see a school rebuilt. Keith Eyles, 67, had just finished a trekking holiday and was visiting Arget, a hill village to the north-west of the capital, Kathmandu when the quake hit flattening the village.


  12. Nepal heading to humanitarian crisis: Kamal Thapa to Indian envoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | DNA India

    Thapa drew the attention of the Indian envoy towards the humanitarian crisis created in Nepal by the blockade of key border trade points with India by Indian-origin Madhesis of Terai who are against provisions of the new Constitution that divide their homeland among other demands, they said. Thapa urged the Indian envoy to help ease the supply of essentials as the country is heading towards a humanitarian crisis.


  13. How Do You Keep Vaccines Cool? Try Spacecraft InsulationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    A camel gives a lift to the Arktek cooler, designed to give vaccines the cold comfort they need to remain effective. If you've ever been vaccinated, you may have seen the nurse head out of the room to go to the refrigerator to retrieve your injection.


  14. Adam Hansen opts for holidays in the HimalayasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 20 | Cycling News

    Adam Hansen stands out in the peloton for his self-made custom cycling shoes and his record for the highest consecutive number of Grand Tours finishes . It seems he is also different to many of his teammates at Lotto Soudal when it comes to choosing his end of season holidays.


  15. MTSU student recounts adventure, sacred ritual in Nepal | Photo galleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | The Sidelines

    Smoke from incense and burning trash floats through beams of morning sunlight as shopkeepers say prayers to the gods, splash water on doorsteps in a morning ritual and metal gates up and down the street rattle as they are slammed open. Nepal is one of the last forbidden kingdoms on earth, a place only recently broken from a god-king ruled monarchy.


  16. Nepal earthquake survivors at risk as fuel crisis deepensRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | ABC News

    A fuel crisis in Nepal has disrupted aid agencies' efforts to send essential items like blankets and clothing to earthquake survivors in remote mountainous areas before winter sets in, aid workers say. Protests at the Indian border over Nepal's new constitution, which began in September , have prevented tankers from taking petroleum into the landlocked Himalayan nation, forcing Kathmandu to ration fuel and import supplies from China.


  17. Japan concerned over shortage of essentials in NepalRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 18 |

    Kathmandu, Nov 18 : Japan on Wednesday expressed concern over the shortage of essential materials, especially fuel and petroleum products in Nepal. In a press release, the Japanese embassy here expressed its worry over the crisis impacting the daily lives of people, Xinhua reported.


  18. The Johnson family spent 355 days traveling around the world and volunteering at children's homes.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2015 | The Summit Daily News

    The Johnson family will be presenting the "Johnson Family Ultimate Field Trip" on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. International potluck begins at 5 p.m.; presentation starts at 6 p.m. The Johnson family will be presenting the "Johnson Family Ultimate Field Trip" on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge.


  19. 'Highlight of my life': Orange health team changes lives in NepalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Central Western Daily

    A team of health professionals have returned to Orange knowing they have made an impact on the lives of people in Nepal A TEAM of health professionals have returned to Orange knowing they have made an impact on the lives of people in Nepal living with trauma and life-long mental illness. The team, comprising senior psychiatrist Nick Burns, senior mental health manager Robyn Murray, senior psychologist Peter Warren, clinical nurse consultant Nanette Fogarty, psychiatrist Scott Hedley and intern pharmacist Samuel Lopes travelled to Nepal to deliver mental health clinics and training to help people deal with post-earthquake trauma.


  20. THY A333 at Kathmandu on Mar 4th 2015, runway excursion and nose gear collapseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | AVHerald

    Nepal's Accident Investigation Commission released their final report concluding the probable causes of the accident were: The probable cause of this accident is the decision of the flight crew to continue approach and landing below the minima with inadequate visual reference and not to perform a missed approach in accordance to the published approach procedure. Other contributing factors of the accident are probable fixation of the flight crew to land at Kathmandu, and the deterioration of weather conditions that resulted in fog over the airport reducing the visibility below the required minima.