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Photo Feature: Of Colors Bright
These little beauties teach me to stop and savor life
Birds, for me, represent the beauty of Nature. These wonderful creatures remind me that life is meant to be lived in moments, and appreciating Nature is one of the ways of doing just that.This is perhaps the reason why I always take a moment to be still and watch birds whenever I chance upon one perched on a tree or soaring high up in the sky.

Then a few seconds later, my photographer’s instincts kicks in and I capture them in my camera. Here, I present a collection of such photographs that I’ve snapped over a period of time. All these beauties were sighted out in the open, as I was either walking or driving. I hope these images will remind you of the fact that Nature is glorious, and you take a moment to look around you the next time you’re rushing off somewhere.
Chinese Tourists' Influx Up In Bhaktapur
BHAKTAPUR, Dec 20: Bhaktapur has seen an increment in the influx of Chinese tourists this year, beating the number of Indian tourists, who were the highest last year.

According to the Tourist Information Centre, of total 111,293 tourists visiting Bhaktapur, a city full of cultural, historical and religious significance, in the last four months of the current fiscal year. The number of Chinese tourist stands atop, occupying 23 per cent of the total tourists.
Cold Claims Six
RAUTAHAT, Dec 20: Three people have lost their lives due to chilling cold in the district on Friday night.

The deceased have been identified as Ramnath Paswan, 45, Anati Bhagat Raut, 55, and Chaturgun Raya Yadav, 50, of Sangrampur VDC, said District Police Office.
Four Children Helpless After Mother Goes To Jail For Killing Father
PATHARI, Dec 20: Four children of a family have been helpless after mother Deumaya was imprisoned for killing father, Chhatra Bahadur Katwal, here.

Santa Bahadur, 13; Dil Bahadur, 11; Tej Bahadur, 5; and Durga have been helpless after father´s murder, said a neighbour Santa Bahadur.
Three Children Rescued
ILAM, Dec 20: A police patrol mobilized from the District Police Office, Ilam, has rescued three children who had gone missing under dubious circumstances.

The rescued children were, Pabitra Shiba and Sabitra Shiba, 10, from Sangrumba VDC-3 and Samikshya Darji, 11 from VDC-6.
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