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Ashes: Steve Smith repels England as Australia fight back in first Test
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Ashes: Steve Smith repels England as Australia fight back in first Test

Australia captain Steve Smith withstood the charge of the England bowlers to leave the first Ashes Test delicately poised after two days in Brisbane. On a fascinating and, at times, thrilling day, Smith made an unbeaten 64 to lead his side to 165-4, 137 behind. That was a significant recovery from 76-4 as Englands attack, expertly marshalled by skipper Joe Root, was excellent in the scorchin...

Body With Anti-Padmavati Slogans Found Hanging at Rajasthan Fort

First protests by the Rajputs, then a 10 crore bounty on their head and now this. What seemed to be settling down, has now taken another horrific turn. A 23 yearl old man has been found hanging in Rajasthans Nahargarh Fort, 20 km from Jaipur, with anti PAdmavati slogans chalked on stone. One of the slogans read Padmavati ka virodh (Opposing Padmavati), while another read Hum sirf putle nahi jala...

Election Commission says no posters, however slap theirs on walls

In an elaborate Code of Conduct, the EC has written, No pamphlet shall, for the publicity of election related campaign, be pasted or written, or shall caused to be pasted or written onto any religious, cultural, archaeological, historical places or any public location including buildings, monuments, walls, roads, pillars, or structures of public institutions. The Election Commission of Nepal has s...

Manus Island: Australia confirms removal of asylum seekers
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Manus Island: Australia confirms removal of asylum seekers

Asylum seekers WHO were refusing to leave a former Australian-run detention centre in Papua New Guinea have been moved to alternative accommodation, the government in Canberra has confirmed. Buses carrying about 300 asylum seekers left the Manus Island camp on Friday following a police operation. Hundreds of men refused to leave the camp when it shut on 31 October, prompting a three-week sta...

Zimbabwe: Emmerson Mnangagwa to succeed Mugabe as president
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Zimbabwe: Emmerson Mnangagwa to succeed Mugabe as president

Emmerson Mnangagwa is to be sworn in as Zimbabwes president, following the dramatic departure of Robert Mugabe after 37 years of authoritarian rule. The former vice-president - WHO returned from exile on Wednesday - will be inaugurated at Harares stadium. His dismissal this month led the ruling Zanu-PF party and the army to intervene and force Mr Mugabe to quit. The opposition is urging M...

KP Oli affirm Chand-Maoist and Congress working together to hinder ballot

Congress has been promoting anti-poll activities instead of controlling it. Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has been exerting pressure to release those held with arms, said Oli. The government has been transferring the police officers defying its order. AIG Mingmar Lama of Province-5 was recalled at the police headquarters only because he refused to abide by the governments command. He went o...

Upgraded radar system to make Nepal’s skies secure

Nepals air traffic control (ATC) can now monitor the countrys entire airspace and keep track of aircraft from the Himalaya to the Indian border using an advanced radar system recently built on a hilltop in Lalitpur. The Mode S Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) installed at Bhatte Danda supersedes the primary and secondary surveillance radar at Kathmandus Tribhuvan International Air...

Despite reform promises, Nepali migrant workers in Qatar get no respite, still ill-treated
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Despite reform promises, Nepali migrant workers in Qatar get no respite, still ill-treated

The stories of migrant workers in Qatar should reduce, or that is waht everyone believed with Qatars announcements of major reforms in its foreign labour policies. Yet, there has been no respite, as thousands complain their salaries have been long overdue. After waiting for months for salary and struggling for basic facilities like food, hundreds of them have decided to return home on their ow...

FK Qarabag 0- 4 Chelsea

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has asked for help from the media to highlight strange fixture scheduling as his side reached the last 16 of the Champions League with a comfortable victory against 10-man Qarabag. Two goals from Willian, as well as spot-kicks from Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas, confirmed the Blues will finish in the top two of Group C with a game to spare. But after the game Conte...

126,326 households added to NRA list of beneficiaries

The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has collected data of additional 126,326 households after holding re-survey in 14 districts worst affected by the Gorkha Earthquake in 2015. Following overwhelming complaints from the quake survivors over segregation of beneficiaries, the authority had started the re-survey of 130,000 households in the third week of August. A total of 332 enginee...

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