POKHARA, Nov 20: The finale of Nagarik Paschimeli Miss Gandaki Season Four was held at Hotel Pokhara Grand, Pokhara on Saturday. Eighteen-year-old Ritika Gurung won the title of Miss Gandaki among 16 participants.
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KATHMANDU, Nov 20: Nepal falls in the division of the least-developed countries (LDC) in the world. It cannot afford the level of facilities that most of the developedones can. That might be a reason for which foreigners don’t come to Nepal much for study purposes. Most of them visit Nepal for travelogue. Nearly eight lakhtourists visit Nepal every year.
KATHMANDU, Nov 20: Upon asking about child rights, 12-year-old Santosh Bardewa gives an endearing smile asking his nine-year-old friend Suman BK, who in return gives him a smile as a reply. They had met two years ago on the streets of Boudha where both roamed around as mendicants begging for money with the pedestrians. At the end of the day, they are usually able to collect Rs 150 which ensures to quell their hungry stomach and give away the remaining money to their family members.
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KATHMANDU, Nov 19: WED Nepal celebrated Women Entrepreneurship Day by organizing a walkathon from Labim Mall to Patan Durbar Square on Saturday. The event aimed at promoting and supporting the involvement of Nepali women involved in entrepreneurship. Every year, Women Entrepreneurship Day is celebrated on November 19 across the world.
Amrit, see those stars. What do you think of them? Are they the one having control over us? Do we behave the way we do due to some messiah out there? These were some of the questions that we discussed every evening as we passed through the stinking yet beautiful Bagmati River. I remember how those walks to Pasupathinath shaped us become a different man strengthening our whimsical and philosophical interpretation of life. We talked of Dickens, Dawkins, Goethe, Plato, Socrates, Hitchens and what not in our journey.