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Jason Momoa calls out reporter for ‘icky’ question about ‘Game of Thrones’ that left him ‘bummed’

Jason Momoa calls out reporter for ‘icky’ question about ‘Game of Thrones’ that left him ‘bummed’
03 August, New York : Jason Momoa had an awkward encounter with a reporter after calling them out for an “icky” question about his “Game of Thrones” character.  Momoa’s star has been on the rise since his breakout performance as the ruthless Khal Drogo in Season 1 of the hit HBO drama. He’s currently filming the sequel to “Aquaman” and is... Read More

Cabinet decisions: landless problems resolution commission scrapped

Cabinet decisions: landless problems resolution commission scrapped
03 August, KATHMANDU: The government has appointed Madhu Prasad Regmi as the chairperson of Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC). Today’s cabinet meeting has decided to appoint Dilliram Rimal and Nanda Kumari Maharjan as the members of the commission. The recommendation was made for the appointment of office-bearers in the commission a year ago. Regular performance of the TSC has been affected... Read More

Registration of 41 political parties revoked

Registration of 41 political parties revoked
03 August, KATHMANDU: The Election Commission has annulled the registration of 41 political parties. The registration has been revoked after the parties failed to present their audit report for three consecutive years. Today’s meeting of the commission decided that the names, flags and symbols of the political parties, whose registration has been cancelled, will not be allowed to be used... Read More

UAE lifts ban for transit travellers from six countries including India

UAE lifts ban for transit travellers from six countries including India
03 August, United Arab Emirates (UAE) : United Arab of Emirates (UAE) lifted the ban for transit travellers for six countries including India, travelling from and to UAE banned to due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Besides India, the ban has been lifted for Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria and Uganda. In a tweet, UAE’s National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority... Read More

EU ahead of US in vaccination drive

EU ahead of US in vaccination drive
03 August EUROPE : Half of the population of the European Union has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, according to an AFP tally Tuesday, putting it ahead of the United States in the inoculation drive. Nearly 224 million people across the 27 member states have been covered, with Spain leading the pack of larger countries with 58.3 percent of its... Read More

Former Nepali Cricket captain Khadka announces retirement from international cricket

Former Nepali Cricket captain Khadka announces retirement from international cricket
03 August, KATHMANDU : Former captain of Nepali National Cricket Team, Paras Khadka, has announced his retirement from the international cricket. “With utmost clarity, respect and gratitude, I have now decided to retire myself from playing International Cricket,” he announced through his Twitter post today. “Playing for Nepal has been my biggest achievement and for that I will always be... Read More

Melamchi River sweeps away seven more houses

Melamchi River sweeps away seven more houses
03 August, SINDHUPALCHOWK : Yet again, the flood in the Melamchi River triggered by the incessant rainfall swept away seven more houses at Melamchi-11 on Monday night. A local Netra Khadka said seven houses including the one owned by Hari Sharan Shrestha of Pipalbot from Melamchi-11 were swept away last night. The flooded Melamchi River had ravaged Melamchi bazaar on... Read More