In the foreword, Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, emphasized the necessity to draw on the lessons of history, reflect on the past, look to the future, and press forward on the journey to national rejuvenation.
Apart from Madhav Kumar Nepal, the visiting French parliamentary delegation will pay courtesy calls on the President, the Prime Minister, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Chairperson of the National Assembly, KP Sharma Oli (former Prime Minister and leader of the main opposition), the Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Mayor of Lalitpur, according to a press release of the French Embassy in Nepal.
Cinema’s biggest stars just seem to shine a bit brighter at the Venice International Film Festival, which begins this week in the Northern Italian city.
As announced today, Madan Puraskar would be awarded to Dr Nabraj Lamsal for his book 'Agni'. Earlier, eight books were shortlisted from among 299 books for the prestigious prize from the Madan Puraskar Guthi.
The KMC itself resorted to the move after the 35-day public notice expired, said the KMC officials.
Do you still rise with the sun if time exists in heaven? Do you eat your favorite breakfast first thing in the morning?What's it like to hang out with the Angels? Are they colossal and towering? Tell me about the lovely melodies; do you enjoy listening to them when the Angels sing them?And daddy, do you still go for walks along the oceans of heaven?Do you have visiting hours in heaven so that I can pay you a visit someday? People have told me that I resemble you. When you gaze down at me and say," That's my girl". I'm sure you always grin. By the way, Mom is still going strong and I wish you could see how brave she is that she was able to raise us.When I'm sad and lonely, I always listen to your favorite song called" Rato rani phule jhai sajhama" by Danny Denzongpa and when I get lost, I always wear your favorite jacket. I wish I could pay you a visit.Tears of joy always fall when I look at myself, you brought up a great daughter and a beautiful family. I'm sure you have lengthy discussions with God about people who are left behind. I'm sure you'll tell him all about our wonderful moments together.I believe heaven is pleased to have you there every day, bringing your easy chuckle. A man who is full of love and compassion. The instant you left this world, Heaven got an Angle.I will always be who I am because of you. How blessed I am to have had someone like you to instill all the values and morals I have. You taught me to be forgiving, most of the time you taught me to be kind. Thank you for not only giving me these qualities but helping parts of you become parts of me. Thank you for teaching me how to be who I am. You never said goodbye, you never said I'm leaving. You were gone before I knew it, and only God knew why? A million times I needed you, a million times I cried. If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died. It broke my heart to lose you, but you didn't go alone. For part of me went with you, the day God took you home. One of the greatest lessons you taught me is to quite a fool with silence. Unfortunately, death brings out quite a few fools.And I'm sure God already knows what a fantastic father you were, and how much I wish you were here to advise me once more. But I keep you close to my heart. You're never too far away from me. I see you in my grin.As I remember you 365days and 6hours after you passing, the painful image of my very sick frail father is fading. I will always carry your pain and suffering in my heart. Love never dies, it simply evolves. Miss you.
By TRN Online, Kathmandu, August 24: The academics from the United Kingdom organised a three-day (21-23 August, 2022 ) writing and publishing workshop for academics and researchers workshop in Pokhara. Similarly, a writing workshop was also held in Kathmandu from 17- 19 August 2022 with 30 academics and practitioners/researchers. This workshop targeting young academics and researchers is supported by The British Academy. The workshop was led by Dr. Shovita Dhakal Adhikari, Dr. Pramod Regmi and Prof. Edwin van Teijlingen all three from Bournemouth University, Dr. Emma Pitchforth from the University of Exeter UK, and Dr. Rashmee Rajkarnikar from the Central Department of Economics at Tribhuvan University with the support of local partners in Nepal including Social Science Baha and Green Tara Nepal. The workshop with mentoring support builds the research capacity of early career researchers researching gender and development in Nepal-based higher education institutions by improving their chances of getting published in international journals in English, according to a statement.A keynote was delivered by Prof Dr Prem Narayan Aryal, Vice Chancellor of Pokhara University. He highlighted the issues around gender and development in Nepal and the importance of academic writing and publishing.Dr Dhakal Adhikari highlighted: “As a sociologist and a female researcher I think it is very important to address gender issues in all part of society, including academic writing and publishing.” The workshop centres around the 23 chapters of the textbook ‘Academic Writing and Publishing in Health and Social Sciences was published this year by Social Science Baha and Himal Books in Kathmandu. A total of 60 early career researchers have participated. Dr Regmi added that “the researchers have a moral responsibility to share research findings to wider community and this workshop aims to support Nepali researchers on academic writing”.
As part of the recently announced $2.76 billion in U.S. government funding to address the global food crisis, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will provide $15 million to Nepal to protect vulnerable populations from the escalating global crisis.
awmakers have expressed mixed reactions to the Nepal Citizenship (First Amendment) Bill-2079.
The first international edition of Kalinga Sahitya Mahotsav (Literary Festivals) a prestigious literary institution in India is going to be held in Kathmandu on October 15-16.
Many consumers of these global fashion brands are aloof from the dreadful implication of such industries upon human rights (particularly labor rights) and the environment.
The novelist is one of the most celebrated and successful British authors of all time, with his second novel, Midnight's Children, winning the illustrious Booker Prize in 1981. But it was his fourth novel, The Satanic Verses, published in 1988, which became his most controversial work - bringing about international turmoil unprecedented in its scale.
According to the District Police Office, Chitwan, the landslide that occurred at Kerabari of Bharatpur metropolitan city-29 at 5:00 pm today has obstructed traffic along Narayangadh-Muglin.