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11 hrs ago | The Telegraph

Hill poet anniversary jab at CM

Mamata at the Bhanu Bhakta birth anniversary celebration in Kalimpong in July 2012; Binay Tamang felicitates Nepali dancer Usha Gomden in Darjeeling on Sunday.

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Yesterday | Hindustan Times

Nepal denies permission for Tibet gurus last rites

Retracting from its earlier stance Nepal has refused to allow entry of a prominent Tibetan spiritual leader's body into its soil from India for conducting his last rites.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

Nepalnews.com

Bhoto Jatra observed on last day of Rato Machhindranath festivala

Bhoto Jatra is a part of Rato Macchindranath chariot festival, which is the longest festival observed in Kathmandu valley.

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Nerve News

Indian varsities race to attract Nepali students

Kathmandu, July 12 - At least 50 Indian universities and colleges are vying for students from Nepal at a time when the number of Nepali students seeking admission in Indian educational institutions has seen a sharp rise.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

MYREPUBLICA.com

A dream come true

Construction of much awaited Khurkot bridge in the Sunkoshi River has been completed.

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Wear thy spots

Nepal should strongly lobby for the holding of the South Asian Association of Regional Corporation summit in its territory every single year.

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Grieving mum brings son home

It was Mother's Day this year when Margaret Allpress received the phone call she had been dreading since her son Matthew vanished while trekking in Nepal six months earlier.

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Lake Cowichan Gazette

Second Opinion: Climbing into thin air

Until recently, I took the meaty oxygenated air of sea level for granted. At home, atmospheric oxygen is the ubiquitous, ethereal life-giving substance that enters the body with each respiration, as reliable as the tides.

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The Indian Express

SpiceJet to launch Kathmandu-Kolkata flight next month

This new flight is in addition to the 11 weekly direct flights SpiceJet already operates on Delhi-Kathmandu route.

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Nepalnews.com

Nepal should brand itself as an inexpensive destination to encourage mass tourism: Lama

Hari Man Lama is the Executive Chairman of Incentive Tours and Travels, which is the GSA of Malaysia-based long-haul, low-cost carrier AirAsia X. Involved in the tourism business with his Incentive Group of Companies for the last 18 years, Lama is a very dynamic personality with a strong vision to drive his business forward and ensure growth.

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AlertNet

Key high-risk HIV groups threatens AIDS progress, warns the WHO

A red ribbon is put on the sleeves of a man by his friend to show support for people living with HIV during a program to raise awareness about AIDS on World AIDS Day in Kathmandu, Nepal, December 1, 2013.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

The Star Online

Supermen of Nepal - in pictures

Old and new: While Kathmandu is modern enough - complete with ATMs, even - to serve the hordes of tourists that visit, the century-old tradition of using human muscles to carry goods remains.

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75 pc houses still using traditional fuel

Seventy-five per cent of the houses in the country still use the traditional fuels like firewood and sun-baked cow dung for cooking food.

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MYREPUBLICA.com

UML convention s high-tech setup scrapped

The much hyped high-tech arrangements for the CPN-UML general convention at Bhrikutimandap in Kathmandu have been terminated as of Wednesday, even as the convention itself has been prolonged by a couple of days.

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Ghanamma.com

15-year-old Schoolgirl Kills Herself After Brazil's 7-1 Defeat To Germany

A teenager in Nepal committed suicide after her favorite team Brazil were thrashed by Germany in the World Cup, police said today.

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Rutland and Stamford Mercury

Heidi to face her demons on Ben Nevis climb

A leadership coach who had to be carried from a mountain after her leg muscles failed during a climb will face her demons by going up Ben Nevis.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Lifestyles

Police say Nepalese teenager killed herself after Brazil lost in the World Cup semifinals

A teenager in eastern Nepal committed suicide after her favourite team Brazil lost badly to Germany in the World Cup semifinals, police said Thursday.

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Weyburn This Week

Police say Nepalese teenager killed herself after Brazil lost in the World Cup semifinals

A teenager in eastern Nepal committed suicide after her favourite team Brazil lost badly to Germany in the World Cup semifinals, police said Thursday.

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Castanet.net

Teen suicide after Brazil loss

A teenager in eastern Nepal committed suicide after her favourite team Brazil lost badly to Germany in the World Cup semifinals, police said Thursday.

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Harbin Y12e arriving on July 25

The Harbin Y12e aircraft, which the Chinese government is giving to Nepal on a grant, will land in the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu on July 25. Aviation Industry Corporation of China International formally handed over the aircraft to Madan Kharel, managing director of NAC, on July 7. Issuing a statement on Wednesday, NAC said the ... (more)

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