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China demands public apology from Delta for listing Taiwan, Tibet as countries

Chinas aviation authority on Friday said it had asked Delta Air Lines to investigate why Taiwan and Tibet were listed as countries on its website, and demanded an immediate and public apology. Civil Aviation Administration of China said on its website it would require all foreign airlines operating routes to China to conduct comprehensive investigation of their websites, apps and customer-relat...

More than 100 new species found in Mekong region

A Vietnamese crocodile lizard and a Thai turtle found on sale in a local market are among more than 100 new species discovered in the ecologically diverse but threatened Mekong region last year, researchers said Tuesday. The Southeast Asian countries flanking the Mekong river, which snakes down from the Tibetan plateau to the South China Sea, are among the most biodiverse in the world. Each ...

'Misunderstanding of the intent' says Dalai Lama, stating Lumbini as birthplace of Buddha

The office of Dalai Lama, Dharmasala, has issued a clarification on his response to a students question pertaining to Lord Buddhas background. It has been brought to our attention that media reports in Nepal have queried a reference His Holiness the Dalai Lama made to Lord Buddhas background while answering questions from students in Meerut, India on 16 October 2017, read the clarification issu...

Goat sales in valley to see a surge during Dashain
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Goat sales in valley to see a surge during Dashain

Sales of goats in the Kathmandu Valley are likely to increase by 8 to 10 percent this Dashain, the biggest festival of Hindus in the country. The Valley saw sales of around 50,000 goats during the last festive season, which lasts for 15 days. This year, demand for goats in the Valley is likely to hover around 54,000 to 55,000 units, according to the Livestock Traders Association. During the fes...

PM Dahal reaches Lhasa, will return Wednesday
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PM Dahal reaches Lhasa, will return Wednesday

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, who is on an official visit to China, observed the ancient Potala Palace in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region of the Peoples Republic of China, today. The PM Dahal-led delegation was welcomed at Lhasa airport by employees of Consulate General of Nepal in Tibet including Consul General Gobinda Bahadur Karki. On the occasion, Dahal, who reach...

Controversial CPN (Maoist Center) lawmaker Lama gets clean chit in corruption case

Suspended lawmaker from the CPN (Maoist Center) Lharkyal Lama has got a clean chit from the Special Court in the case filed against him for allegedly amassing huge property through illegal means. The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority had filed the case against Lama at the Special Court on May 12, 2016, accusing him of amassing huge property through illegal means. A thre...

China teases India, blocks a Brahmaputra tributary in Tibet to build dam

China has blocked a tributary of the Brahmaputra river in Tibet as part of the construction of its hydro project, which could cause concern in India as it may impact the water flow into the country. The Lalho project on Xiabuqu river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra in Tibets Xigaze, is being constructed with an investment of 4.95 billion yuan (USD 740 million), making it the most expensive proj...

Jolie quits movie to avoid working with Pitt

Actress-director Angelina Jolie has reportedly quit a Hollywood movie so she doesnt have to work with her estranged husband Brad Pitt. The Hollywood couple, who have worked on two films together Mr Mrs Smith as well as By The Sea, reportedly spent several years on trying to get Africa into production, reports The film is about archaeologist Richard Leakey, who championed the ...

Tourism transforms long-hidden Buddhist valley in Himalayas

For centuries, the sleepy valley nestled in the Indian Himalayas remained a hidden Buddhist enclave forbidden to outsiders. Enduring the harsh year-round conditions of the high mountain desert, the people of Spiti Valley lived by a simple communal code share the Earths bounty, be hospitable to neighbors, and eschew greed and temptation at all turns. Thats all starting to change, for better ...

India woos PM Dahal to claw back ground from China

India is likely to offer Nepals new prime minister help building an east-west railway line and better access to its ports on his first visit this week, as it tries to regain ground lost recently to China. Prachanda, a former Maoist rebel commander, has chosen New Delhi as his first foreign stop, seeking to rebalance ties that chilled under his pro-China predecessor. K.P. Oli had sealed trade de...

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