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In-flight sexual assaults often unreported; airlines need to step up

When a 17-year-old Bollywood actress took to social media this week alleging she was sexually assaulted on an airplane, she appeared to catch the airline industry off-guard. Her allegations - denied by the man accused of the assault on a domestic Vistara flight in India - triggered online outrage and prompted a rare police investigation. The incident, coming shortly after Facebook founder Ma...


Person using indecent language against President on Facebook arrested

Police here on Thursday arrested a person using indecent language against President Bidya Devi Bhandari on the social site Facebook. The Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police arrested Bibek Baniya of Bandipur Municipality-3, Tanahun district on the charge of writing Facebook status using indecent and offensive words against the President and disrespecting the Head-of-the-State. Pol...


Club Deja Vu vandalised by angry Marshmello fans due to no show

Marshmello, popular DJ, who was supposed to perform in Club Deja Vu, Kathmandu last night was unable to make it due to high fever. The organisers notified the crowd at 2 a.m. which maddened fans. Videos on social media platforms are emerging of the club being vandalised. To watch follow the link: https://www.Facebook.com/AAWAAJMEDIA/videos/1889488671365578/ The DJ has apologised to his f...


Warnings intensify as Trump readies Jerusalem declaration
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Warnings intensify as Trump readies Jerusalem declaration

Americas friends and foes unleashed fierce criticism on Wednesday ahead of President Donald Trumps announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israels capital. While Israel welcomed the news, Palestinian officials declared the Mideast peace process finished and Turkey announced it would host a meeting of Islamic nations next week to give Muslim countries leaders an opportunity to coordinate a respons...


Nepal Elections 2017: Phase 2 Silence Period begins

The silence period for second phase elections have begun. The Election Commission has requested stakeholders to uphold ECs code of conduct and not partake in any activities that could compromise the situation for the parties/candidates. In this time, 1. Election publicity campaign or soliciting voters shall not be allowed , 2. Mass media outlets shall not produce any content for/against a po...


Election campaign: milking cow to farming
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Election campaign: milking cow to farming

The election campaign was a proof to show the extent leaders went to lure voters. From milking a cow to bowing down on a womans feet, candidates applied everything at their disposal. A CPN-UML candidate milked a cow wearing suit, another one from the Rashtriya Janta Party Nepals (RJPN) reached to a womans feet and went to farms to meet voters; pictures that have become viral in the social medi...


DFID apologizes to personnel Facebook posts
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DFID apologizes to personnel Facebook posts

A staff at the Department for International Development (DFID) has emphatically urged voters to spurn the elections in his Facebook profile. Senior governance advisor to DFID-Nepal Rakesh Mishra, who currently deactivated his Facebook, was vocal to condemn both the constitution and the election as #notmyconstitution and #notmyelection. Referring to the blood of Madheshi martyrs that had largel...


Australian school apologises for 'suggestive' saint statue
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Australian school apologises for 'suggestive' saint statue

An Australian school has covered a statue from view because of its potentially suggestive depiction of a saint handing a loaf of bread to a boy. The Catholic school in Adelaide apologised on Wednesday for the statue, which was completed recently. The sculpture, portraying St Martin de Porres, was widely criticised after images of it were posted online. The unfortunate position of the loaf...


Singapore Gurkha Moments: Silk Air celebrating Gurkhas and their bravery
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Singapore Gurkha Moments: Silk Air celebrating Gurkhas and their bravery

In a social media campaign by Silk Air, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, they are celebrating the lives of their Gurkha soldiers. Since 1949, more than 10,000 Nepalese have served in Gurkha contingent, Singapore as part of the Singapore Police Force. Singapore and Gurkhas share an old and rich history, so much so, when said you are a Nepali in Singapore, the first reference you will receiv...


H.E. Lucky Sherpa celebrates Tihar in Canberra (Pictures)

Tihar is a mesmerising festival indeed - bright lights, good food, merry making, families getting together, everyone is sharing happiness be it in Nepal or abroad. With growing communities abroad, Nepalis now have larger families to celebrate the festival. Social media was abuzz with colourful foreheads of brothers and sisters, luminoulsy lit Goddess Laxmi and other festival synonyms. Joining the ...


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