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Cheer pheasant on the verge of extinction

October 20 2017
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Cheer pheasant, an endangered species of bird in the world, is likely to vanish for lack of environment conducive and proper habitat in Myagdi.

Letters from young Obama show a man trying to find his way

October 20 2017
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A young Barack Obama questioned his place in the world and his racial identity, agonised over whether he’d make enough money as a community organiser, and lamented his incompatibility with his ex-girlfriend in 30 pages of letters he wrote to h

Thunder and lightning: scientists pair gravitational waves, light

October 17 2017
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Scientists in the United States and Europe have for the first time paired the detection of gravitational waves, the ripples in space and time predicted by Albert Einstein, with light from the same cosmic event, according to research published on

Big and brilliant: complex whale behavior tied to brain size

October 17 2017
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whales and dolphins — are among the brainiest of beings. In terms of sheer brain size, the sperm whale is tops on Earth, with a brain six times larger than that of a person.

Kapilvastu district emerges as the main breeding centre of the endangered bird Crane

October 14 2017
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Kapilvastu district, which is believed to be the habitat for the highest number of Crane in Nepal, has emerged as the main breeding centre of the endangered bird species. Crane is the World’s rare and disappearing bird species.

Anti-nuclear campaign ICAN wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

October 06 2017
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The Norwegian Nobel Committee, warning of a rising risk of nuclear war, awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday to a little-known international campaign group advocating for a ban on nuclear weapons.

Kazuo Ishiguro wins 2017 Nobel Prize for Literature

October 05 2017
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Japanese-born Kazuo Ishiguro has won the Nobel Prize for Literature for uncovering “the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world,” the Swedish Academy said on Thursday on awarding the 9 million crown ($1.1 million) prize

Climate change aggravates global hunger: UN

September 15 2017
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Hunger is on the increase across the globe once again after a decade of declines, a UN report said Friday, thanks in part to climate change aggravating severe weather and conflicts.

Global warming poses grave threat in Nepal's mountain ranges: Experts

September 12 2017
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Increasing global warming caused by greenhouse effect and its subsequent impact has posed a grave threat to the Nepal's mountain ranges, experts say.

Powerful Hurricane Irma bears down on Caribbean islands

September 07 2017
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The most powerful Atlantic Ocean hurricane in recorded history bore down on the islands of the northeast Caribbean late Tuesday, following a path predicted to then rake Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba before possibly heading

400-year-old stone inscription found at Jaluke Naumure of Arghakhanchi

September 04 2017
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A stone inscription believed to be some 400 years old has been found at Jaluke Naumure of Shitganga Municipality in Arghakhanchi district recently.

Japanese princess engaged to college love; wedding next year

September 03 2017
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Japanese Emperor Akihito's oldest grandchild, Princess Mako, said Sunday she is getting married to a university classmate who won her heart with bright smiles and sincerity.

2 million Muslims gather near Mecca for peak of hajj pilgrimage

August 31 2017
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With their palms facing the sky in supplication, and many with tears in their eyes, around 2 million people from around the world gathered Thursday in an effort to start anew, erase past sins and beg God for forgiveness and guidance in the peak

Climate change could cause storms like Harvey: Scientists

August 29 2017
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By the time the rain stops, Harvey will have dumped about 1 million gallons of water for every man, woman and child in southeastern Texas — a soggy, record-breaking glimpse of the wet and wild future global warming could bring, scientists say.

Kuse Anusi being observed across the country

August 21 2017
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Hindus in the country are collecting kush, a holy grass used while performing various holy rituals as Shraddha [holy rituals remembering the departed ancestors] and religious rituals, across the country today.