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More than 1.7 million collected in fine after clampdown on electricity theft

Gaushala, June 10: Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), Mahottari Distribution Centre has collected Rs 1.7 million in fine after a clampdown

Water pipe laying for Melamchi project picking up pace

Kathmandu, June 9: The laying of water pipes for much-awaited Melamchi Drinking Water Project has been speeded up in Kathmandu

Use of science important in journalism

Ratnanagar (Chitwan), June 9: The training on news writing on the subject of science and technology held for the first

US-backed force gains ground on IS in Syria’s Raqa

BEIRUT, June 8: (AFP) – US-backed fighters gained ground against the Islamic State group in the streets of Raqa on

Harvard University to help in Nepal’s policy making

Washington DC, June 8: The world renowned Harvard University is set to become a partner for maximum use of Nepal’s

Reconstruction of school building starts two years after quake

Bhaktapur, June 8: The reconstruction of the Saraswoti Elementary School building has started more than two years after the massive

Former U.S. national security adviser Brzezinski dies at 89

WASHINGTON,  (Xinhua) — Zbigniew Brzezinski, former national security adviser to former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, died at age 89 on

Dhading under indefinite strike following attack on NC activists

Darkha (Dhading), May 21: The Nepal Students’ Union (NSU) Dhading has called an indefinite general strike in the district to

Innovation bursts could be result of early human population dynamics: Study

SAN FRANCISCO,(Xinhua) — Researchers at Stanford University have theorized that it could be early human population growth and migration that

S.Korean president says to take cautious approach to THAAD issue

SEOUL, May 19 (Xinhua) – South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Friday that he will take a cautious approach