10 Most Beautiful Towns In Nepal

After the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit in 2015, much of Nepal was reduced to rubble, and the death toll reached around 10,000. Although so much history was lost as temples and beloved buildings fell, the country is still full of a vibrant culture as it rebuilds. It is famous for holding the highest peak in the world within its borders, but…

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No school for Upper Mustang children this winter – nepal news

Ngodup Palmo, 15, has spent the last two winters away from home in the Upper Mustang in the warm climates of Dulegaunda, Tanahun District. In the village of Ghiling in the Upper Mustang, winters are brutally cold. At night, temperatures dip several degrees below zero, and daytime temperatures hover at the lower end of a few digits. Tap water and…

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The Foreign Employment Department instructs recruitment agencies not to have passports

Last week two men in their early twenties visited Kathmandu looking for jobs abroad. The duo from Mahottari, one of the five most important source districts in the country for migrant workers, were promised jobs in Qatar. “The agent took us to a recruitment agency for an interview,“ said P., who wanted to be identified by his initials because he…

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101-year-old woman first German to be vaccinated against coronavirus

BERLIN: A 101-year-elderly person turned into the main German to get an antibody against the Covid on Saturday, a day in front of the official beginning of the nation’s immunization crusade, neighborhood telecaster MDR announced. The lady, from Halberstadt in the Harz slope range, lives in a consideration home for old individuals, where 40 inhabitants just as 11 staff were…

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US remains first choice for international students

KATHMANDU: The United States has facilitated more than 1 million worldwide understudies for the fifth successive year, as per the 2020 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange. The report, covering the 2019 – 2020 US scholastic year, was delivered by the Institute of International Education and the US Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs on Monday.…

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