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  • Himalaya Roadies clicks into gear, vote outs begin

    Aug 8, 2017- The race to become the first ever Himalaya Roadies is heating up. Having completed a gruelling five-legged audition that travelled to five different cities around the country, the show has now finally moved into the ‘Journey Round’; kick starting the high drama that will undoubtedly unfold in the coming weeks as aspiring contestants are put to the sword with challenging rides, competitive tasks and ‘vote outs’ that will whittle down the playing field until one champion...

    Fear of load shedding in winter is valid, says Kulman Ghising

    Kathmandu, August 7 Nepal Electricity Authority’s Managing Director Kulman Ghising says people’s doubts and suspicions if the regular power outage will recur in the upcoming winter are valid as the Authority could not implement its multiple plans to avoid the crisis. He says the Authority’s attempts to increase production and decrease demand and consumption failed owing to lack of cooperation from various sectors and stakeholders, therefore the state-owned power monopoly may not be able to meet the demand during...

    93 pints of blood collected in donation

    Aug 7, 2017- Hamro Gaurav Hamro Ramechhap and Nepal Red Cross jointly organised a blood donation programme on the occasion of the International Youth Day  in Duwakot, Bhaktapur, on Saturday. According to a Red Cross representative, 93 pints of blood were collected from donors. (PR)  

    Fewa lake shrank from 10 to 4.2 sq km in 46 yrs

    POKHARA, Aug 4: It may surprise many  that land at famous Fewa Lake in Pokhara has been registered for years in the names of private individuals. It has been learnt that land around the lake, which is listed as a Ramsar wetland conservation area, has been registered as private property and the area of the lake also shrunk  from 10 square kilometers in 1961 to 4.20 square kilometers in 2008. Locals said  some individuals cunningly registered  land around the...

    Low dose of snake antivenom effective: Research

    Chitwan, April 28: Comparatively low dose of snake antivenom is proved to be effective in Nepal. A research conducted jointly by the B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences in Dharan and senior physicians Dr Bijaya Poudel, Dr Kalidas Adhikari, Prof Dr Sanjib Sharma and Dr Chhabilal Thapa at Bharatpur Hospital confirmed that only 30 antivenom vials were required to cure snake bite cases during a research to treat a snake-bite patient against 165 vials required each for the same...

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