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Being a British Gurkha: still a cherished Nepali dream

DPA/Kathmandu When Yogesh Rai failed the selection test for the British Army's Brigade of Gurkhas in 2007, his childhood dream was crushed. He was already 21 years old, and would not be eligible to apply again. I wanted to turn my ... Gulf Times, 1 month ago

Foundations of democracy

An entire generation of Nepalis has never practiced democracy and good governance at the grassroots Bikram Rai FEDERAL FRAMEWORK: Bhaktapur MP Narayan Man Bijukchhe inspects a model earthquake-resistant building. His NWPP already practices a ...
 Nepali Times4 days ago

New DU VC starts with 'belief in shankhnaad'

New Delhi: Yogesh Tyagi of the South Asian University took charge as Delhi University's 22nd vice-chancellor on Thursday in the presence of about half a dozen former and present VCs. "I believe in shankh-naad but also reaffirm my faith to all ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Pune Mirror

Mumbai to lose 12,000 trees to freight corridor

ByYogesh Naik & Alka Dhupkar Yogesh Naik & Alka Dhupkar | Mar 9, 2016, 02.30 AM IST 24 villages in Raigad rise against the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Train track will cleave national park and eat into two forest divisions, Thane and ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

DU book calling Bhagat Singh revolutionary terrorist irks kin

The book has been used to teach first-year BA students since the 1990s A book on the Independence movement that calls Bhagat Singh a revolutionary terrorist has irked the freedom fighter's family members, who have fired off a letter to the Union ...
 The Hindu5 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Salman's Olympian controversy

The opinion among Indian sports fraternity is divided on Salman's appointment, saying IOA should have opted for a sports icon not a Bollywood star as the goodwill ambassador. Former short distance runner Milkha Singh, on whose life Bollywood made a ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star4 days ago

Daudani Group Entertains with 23rd Production, Aanchal Hi Na Samaaye

A packed auditorium of captivated viewers journeyed down the abyss of greed that inevitably leads to a breakdown of family and moral values during Hamid Daudani and Group's 23 rd production, Aanchal Hi Na Samaaye, at the Poway Center for the ...
 India-West4 days ago

7 women in AAP's new executive, Kejriwal to lead party for 3 more yrs

The Aam Aadmi Party's national council on Wednesday elected a new 25-member executive. The new panel has 18 new entrants. Senior party leader Ashish Talwar, party spokesperson Ashutosh and Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann are part of the new ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago

Swarajya Mahila Sanghatna activists beaten at Trimbakeshwar Temple

The activists of Swarajya Mahila Sanghatna, led by its president Vanita Gatte, were allegedly beaten up by the priests, former municipal council president and villagers, when they attempted to enter the sanctum of Lord Shiva Temple at Trimbakeshwar ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago

All-round Chinmay does star turn for SJBHS

Chinmay put out a good all-round show to help St Joseph's Boys' High School thump Bharath CC by 117 runs in the Tiger Cup cricket tournament here. Batting first, Joseph's lads put up a competitive score of 226 for four in 30 overs with Chinmay top scoring ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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