Tuesday, 20 October, 2020

Interview

Aarif khanyari

Interview Questions   Aarif Khanyari is a Kashmiri entrepreneur based in Kathmandu Nepal. He has started two ventures in Nepal, ESOS Global and AliKart. ESOS Global is a business training and startup development company, while AliKart is an online, ecommerce for fashion and services. A journalist turned entrepreneur Khanyari started...read more →


Security rehearsal ahead of BIMSTEC Summit

Kathmandu, Aug 27 ,,    A security rehearsal was carried out in the capital today in line with the security arrangements for foreign guests attending the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Summit meeting scheduled for August 30 and 31. Under the security measure, VIPs...read more →


Indian woman chess star boycotts Iran event over headscarf law

NEW DELHI, June 13 (AFP) - One of India's top women chess players has pulled out of an upcoming championship in Iran in protest at having to wear an Islamic headscarf. Soumya Swaminathan, a former world junior girls champion, said the dress code at the Asian Nations Chess Cup starting...read more →


The ‘Black Panther’ actor who is an undocumented ‘Dreamer’

LOS ANGELES, June 13 (AFP) - On the hit sitcom "The Good Place," Bambadjan Bamba plays an eternal being in the afterlife. In reality, the Ivorian actor is living in limbo in the United States as an undocumented immigrant. The 36-year-old Bamba, who most recently appeared in "Black Panther," is...read more →


US envoy Teplitz: People-to-people links are at the heart of our ties with Nepal

Alaina B Teplitz is the United States’ Ambassador to Nepal since 2015. Teplitz is also a well-known figure among the Nepali Twitterati. In the two years that she has been in Nepal, she has not only travelled the length and breadth of the country but also observed local festivals with...read more →


EVs in Nepal: It’s time to move beyond tax incentives, says former Minister Thapa

Nepali Congress’ Gagan Thapa is one of the first politicians in Nepal to advocate for phasing out fossil fuel-based cars in the country. Last year, he registered a proposal in Parliament to phase out fossil-fuelled vehicles by 2027. Thapa, who is now a member of the opposition, plans to re-register...read more →


CDA students opt for practical learning

KATHMANDU: Helping its students gather practical knowledge on different aspects of research, the Central Department of Anthropology (CDA), Tribhuvan University (TU) organised a two-day field visit to Tinthali, Kavrepalanchowk on May 26 and 27. The IInd and IVth Semester students pursuing Master of in Anthropology took part in the field visit...read more →


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