World children’s literature now in Nepali

Jul 31, 2018-A two-day “book translation event” took place this week in Kathmandu where participants translated various children’s books written in English into Nepali. The 80 participants at the event consisted of academics, authors, editors, librarians, teachers, volunteers and students who over the two days translated 60 children’s books. The translated works will now be
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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: It was just meant to be: Pop singer Bebe Rexha and country duo Florida Georgia Line’s massive crossover hit “Meant to Be” has broken a new record on Billboard’s Hot country songs chart, remaining in the No. 1 spot for 35 weeks. Billboard reports the song, which was dually promoted to country and pop
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July 31: Modern immunotherapy techniques are revolutionizing how we treat cancers, but these treatments still fail in a large amount of patients. The trick to success is finding unique biomarkers that can help our body’s natural immune cells home in on, and kill, these evasive tumors. An intriguing new study from Columbia University Irving Medical
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July 31: The deterioration of motor skills in Parkinson’s patients is driven by the decline of dopamine production, but researchers in Japan are making exciting progress on a way to potentially arrest the slide. Following promising experiments on monkeys last year, scientists at Kyoto University are now preparing to begin transplanting reprogrammed stem cells into
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Ever have one of those days where you just can’t focus on anything? If you’re crawling through your work day and your brain just doesn’t feel as sharp as it should, water might be the answer. That advice comes from a new research effort that looked at the results of 33 different studies related to mental acuity
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No liquid? No problem for these hardy species. July 31: In the desert Southwest, summer temperatures sizzle, rising well over 100 degrees. And in some parts of the desert, there is not a drop of water for miles. Yet some birds thrive in this scorching landscape. Here a Black-throated Sparrow sings from a thorn scrub.
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Every passing year, more and more people are becoming health conscious. With everyone wanting lead a healthy life and due to other various reasons, a lot of people in Kathmandu are turning into vegetarians. And, this phenomenon has given a rise to vegetarian restaurants across Kathmandu. One such restaurant is Saragani Vegetarian Restaurant which not
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Pokhara, July 31 Leaders and cadres of the main opposition party Nepali Congress in Pokhara of Karki district on Tuesday demanded that Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli resign. Speaking at a function organised as a part of the party’s nationwide anti-government camapgin, leaders and cadres said Oli should resign as his government was headed towards
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The main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) is staging street demonstrations across the country including in the capital on Tuesday. The party leaders are scheduled to address an assembly at Shanti Batika as per its preparations to stage demonstrations against the government’s decision of declaring prohibited zones violating the constitutional rights of peaceful demonstrations.  NC is also
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Zimbabweans on Tuesday awaited the first results from an election that they hope will lift the country out of economic and political stagnation after decades under former leader Robert Mugabe. Officials neared the end of vote-counting a day after millions of Zimbabweans peacefully cast their ballots in a process closely watched by international monitors, who
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