Kul Chandra Gautam’s memoir to be launched

KATHMANDU, Aug 5: Former Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF and Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations Kul Chandra Gautam’s memoir, ‘Global Citizen from Gulmi – My Journey from the Hills of Nepal to the Halls of the United Nations’  is going to be launched. The chronicles that highlight journey of a rural boy from Nepal’s remote
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Rolpa – At a time when the domestic violence and changing lifestyle have been taken as the major reasons behind growing cases of divorce, the growing public awareness about domestic violence have encouraged women to register for divorce in Rolpa. Divorce cases have increased in the district, according to the District Police Office. The district
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Nursing is great for babies, but there’s a little magic in those breastmilk hormones reserved for moms. Aug 2: Mother Nature really knows best. We don’t need any further proof than the biological and physiological processes that provide valuable aid to man in general, and particularly to nursing moms. In fact breastfeeding triggers the secretion
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Severe weather forced fans at Beyonce and Jay-Z’s concert out of their seats to wait inside MetLife Stadium because of bad weather in the area. Officials said Thursday night in East Rutherford, New Jersey — where the New York Giants and New York Jets play — that concertgoers must head inside while it rained before
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Breastfeeding is undoubtedly the best nutrition one can give to their baby rather than putting expressed milk in a bottle, says expert. Nothing can be compared to the properties that are contained in human milk and breastfeeding offers tremendous health benefits to both mother and the child. Dr Rajalaxmi Walavalkar, Consultant, IVF and Reproductive Surgery
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Aug 2: “America’s Got Talent” is proving to be TV audiences’ summertime show of choice, with its dominant performance boosting NBC to its fourth consecutive weekly ratings win. The talent contest has ranked as the most-watched program for the past five weeks, with last week’s show topping the No. 2 series, CBS’ “60 Minutes,” by
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Aug 2: Demi Lovato will be out of the hospital later this week (ends03Aug18), according to sources close to the singer. The Cool for the Summer star has spent the last week recovering from an apparent drug overdose at her home in the Hollywood Hills, with insiders telling TMZ she is now being pressured to
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Aug 2: The chances of having a child with autism are higher among women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), according to new research from Cambridge University, England. The study titled “Polycystic ovary syndrome and autism: A test of the prenatal sex steroid theory” was published in the journal Translational Psychiatry on Aug. 1. PCOS is estimated to affect
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Aug 2: Obesity increases a person’s risk for severe complications from influenza, including hospitalization and even death. It may also play a role in how flu spreads, according to a new study published in The Journal of Infectious Diseases. The findings suggest that obese adults infected with flu shed the virus for a longer time than
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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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