Author: Yogesh Gautam

Peace March & Peace Concert 2016

Babarmahal,Kathmandu Wednesday 21 September 2016, 10:00 till Wednesday 21 September 2016, 16:00 Organized by : Honey Bee Foundation Activities Kathmandu / Description International Peace day is celebrated annually on 21st September across the globe. Honey Bee Foundation (HBF) is happy to announce that this year the day of global ceasefire and non-violence is going to be celebrated by us with the program Peace March and Peace Concert internalizing the theme ‘The Sustainable Development Goals: Building Blocks for Peace’. Through Peace March we aim to aware the people about the international peace day and SDGs wishing for the peaceful life...

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Govinda KC to fast again

Govinda KC, who has been leading a campaign to reform Nepal’s medical education sector has issued an eight day ultimatum to the government, warning that he will undertake a hunger strike for the ninth time if his demands were not met. Speaking at a press conference at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital on Saturday, the crusading physician asked the government to implement the four-point agreement signed with him in July after he ended his fast after 14 days. He said that although Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal had assured him that he would fulfill the agreement pressure was building up...

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Baar Baar Dekho quick take:Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra’s romance is watchable

Love is complicated and director Nitya Mehra makes it her business to educate us about how much work it takes to keep a relationship sturdy. Jai Verma, played by the dishy Sidharth Malhotra, is a brilliant mathematician in Baar Baar Dekho. The strapping young lad is a genius when it comes to multiplying big numbers, but he isn’t the brightest bulb when it comes to figuring out his love life. He has a perennially perplexed look on his face and Diya, played by the superbly toned Katrina Kaif, just wants to be Mrs Verma. She’s an artist, but fortunately...

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Japan extends grant assistance of Rs 1.83 billion to Nepal

KATHMANDU: The Japanese government on Wednesday pledged to extend a grant assistance of Rs 1.832 billion to Nepal for implementation of two projects. The grant was announced in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Nepal, according to a statement issued by the Embassy of Japan in Kathmandu. Japanese Ambassador to Nepal Masashi Ogawa and Finance Secretary Lok Darshan Regmi signed the agreements to this effect today. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Krishna Bahadur Mahara and Japanese State Minister for Foregin Affairs Nobuo Kishi were present on the occasion. At...

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