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Multiple issues discussed, MoUs exchanged during Indian PM Modi’s visit to Lumbini

Multiple issues discussed, MoUs exchanged during Indian PM Modi’s visit to Lumbini

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KATHMANDU: MAY. 17 – Multiple issues of bilateral relations and cooperation were discussed and a memorandum of understandings (MoU) exchanged during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Lumbini, Nepal. At the invitation of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, paid an official visit to Lumbini on the auspicious occasion of Buddha Jayanti yesterday. Prime Minister Deuba and his spouse Arzu Rana Deuba warmly welcomed Indian Prime Minister Modi on his arrival at the Lumbini helipad on Monday morning. The Indian Prime Minister was also welcomed by Federal Ministers, the Chief Minister of the Lumbini State, the Ambassador of Nepal to India and other senior officials of the government. According to a press release issued by Foreign
Pre-budget discussions to start on May 18

Pre-budget discussions to start on May 18

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KATHMANDU: The date for discussions on principles and priorities of appropriation bill (except for tax proposition) is scheduled for May 18 and 19. In today’s meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR), Finance Minister Janardan Sharma tabled a motion seeking parliamentary discussions on principles and priorities of appropriation bill (except for tax proposition) for the fiscal year 2079/080 BS. Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota slated the date for May 18 and 19 for the discussions as proposed by Minister Sharma. Today’s meeting of the HoR passed a condolence motion tabled in demise of former MP Bishnuraj Acharya of Nepali Congress who was elected the MP from Kapilvastu district in the parliamentary elections in 2048 BS and 2051 BS. The House of Representatives will meet again at
Lhakpa Sherpa: Woman climbs Everest for record tenth time

Lhakpa Sherpa: Woman climbs Everest for record tenth time

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KATHMANDU: MAY. 13 – At the age of 48, Lhakpa Sherpa has just climbed Mount Everest for the 10th time but all her life she has been rising to challenges and meeting them. Her 10-time achievement, reported by her brother and confirmed by a Nepalese official, makes her the first woman to do so. The Nepalese single mother was born in a cave, had no formal education and worked as a janitor. She last made the 8,848.86m (29,031.69ft) ascent in 2018. “I felt like I’d reached my dream when I reached Everest’s summit for the first time,” she told the BBC ahead of Thursday’s climb. “I thought to myself, ‘No more just being a housewife!’ “I felt like I’d changed Sherpa culture, the status of Sherpa women and Nepali women. I enjoyed being outside of my home and I wanted to share that
113-year-old woman votes from Morang

113-year-old woman votes from Morang

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BIRATNAGAR: Morang district, having the highest number of voters at 715,223 among the total nationwide 17.73 million voters enlisted in the Election Commission of Nepal, saw probably the eldest voter in today’s local election. Maheshwora Adhikari, 113, probably became the eldest voter in Morang district, if not nationally, when she visited Panchayat Secondary School at Gothgaun, Morang district today to cast her ballot in the local election. The resident of Sundar Haraicha-7 reached the polling station with the support of her family members to take part in the voting, informed Election Officer Madhav Bhandari. Bhandari shared that election is being held peacefully since morning. There are 71,756 voters in Sundar Haraicha Municpality. Meanwhile, another woman of the same age in
Nepali films get low priority from cinemas, but who is at fault anyway? Here’s a case in point

Nepali films get low priority from cinemas, but who is at fault anyway? Here’s a case in point

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On May 6, along with Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in Multiverse of Madness, two more Nepali films–Shatkon and Lakka Jawan–were released in the movie halls. Whereas Doctor Strange has been enjoying a lot of attention and business, the two Nepali films have not been that lucky. In fact, of the two, Shatkon has been removed from a majority of Nepali movie halls, after barely surviving its first weekend. A Nepali film to exit the halls in just three days of its release might sound quite regular. However, the fate of Shatkon, said to be in an experimental genre with some potential, has triggered questions about the low priority these films get from the cinemas. Amid the ongoing debate and even demand that movie halls should prioritise Nepali films, Shatkon can be a case in point that will
Indian PM Modi arrives in Lumbini

Indian PM Modi arrives in Lumbini

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KATHMANDU: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Lumbini on an official visit to Nepal. He arrived in Lumbini from a special helicopter of the Indian Air Force, leading an 11-member delegation. Upon his arrival in Lumbini, Prime Minister Modi signed the visitors’ book. Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba warmly welcomed his Indian counterpart Modi at the helipad constructed near the International Buddhist Prayer Center and the Auditorium. Prime Minister Deuba’s wife Dr Arzu Rana Deuba, Home Minister Balkrishna Khand, Foreign Minister Dr Narayan Khadka, Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Renukumari Yadav, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Prem Bahadur Ale and Minister for Education, Science and Technology Devendra Poudel welcomed the del
Parajuli awarded PhD in Cognitive Linguistics

Parajuli awarded PhD in Cognitive Linguistics

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KATHMANDU: The Université Lumière Lyon of France has awarded the degree of doctorate (PhD) to Krishna Prasad Parajuli on the subject of Cognitive Linguistics. Parajuli is from Kundadi, Bihadi Rural Municipality-3 of Parbat district. His PhD thesis is entitled ‘Motion Events in Nepali’. The thesis is a study about how the Nepali speakers conceptualise and express action verbs, especially verbs like enter, exit, walk, run, etc in the Nepali language. He completed the PhD thesis in five and half years. Parajuli’s thesis directors are Anetta Kopecka, Université Lumière Lyon and Scott DeLancey, University of Oregon, USA. The 53-year-old Parajuli completed his Master’s Level from the Central Department of Linguistics, Tribhuvan University in 2001. Ambassador of France to Nepal, Gi
NBA pledges to professional conduct, principles

NBA pledges to professional conduct, principles

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KATHMANDU: The Nepal Bar Association (NBA) has expressed best wishes to all the law professionals for motivation to be committed to professional conduct and principles along with capacity while fulfilling their responsibilities. NBA president Gopal Krishna Ghimire said in a message of best wishes on the occasion of the Law Day today that to uphold the supremacy of the constitution, the rule of law and an independent judiciary is the main goal of a dignified Bar. He added that to consistently remain active for the preservation and promotion of these values was the need of the hour. NBA has also pledged to always remain active for a professional and dignified Bar through the promotion of a free, fair, capable, transparent and accountable judiciary. The National Law Day is marked ...
Former Indian cricketer Arun Lal, 66, marries 38-year-old Bulbul Saha

Former Indian cricketer Arun Lal, 66, marries 38-year-old Bulbul Saha

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KATHMANDU: Former India cricketer Arun Lal got married for the second time on May 2. The 66-year-old, a cancer survivor, tied the knot with Bulbul Saha who is 38-year-old in Kolkata in a private ceremony. The couple performed the rituals in presence of their respective families where they exchanged rose garlands. They also cut a two-tier wedding cake. Bulbul took to her Facebook account and shared pictures from their intimate wedding celebrations with close friends and families in attendance. “Officially Mrs Lal. Thanks to my family and friends for supporting us.” she captioned the pictures. Both Arun and Bulbul opted for lighter tone outfits. Bulbul wore an off-white saree and completed the look with heavy gold jewellery while Arun wore a white kurta-pyjama with a light blue Nehr
7 best tyres available in Nepal for your motorbike

7 best tyres available in Nepal for your motorbike

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Tyres are definitely one of the most important components of a motorbike. They offer you stability for riding and a grip for cornering and turning. A tyre is not only responsible for sending the power of the motor to the road but also is important for absorbing the shock from the uneven road surfaces. The rider, hence, should always be aware of the tyre condition of their vehicle. They should timely check if the tyre pressure is correct or if the tyre has worn out and replace them immediately if they are not in good condition. As a good tyre can provide optimum performance to your bike whereas a worn-out tyre can lead to fatalities as they would not be capable to handle different road conditions. Yet, upgrading your bike’s stock tyres to something better can be challenging. The rider