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  KU To Start Sustainable Studies Course
    KATHMANDU, July 29: Kathmandu University School of Education (KUSOED) is set to begin the course on sustainable studies, which the university said is one of first of its kind in South Asia.

At an interaction organized to seek suggestions on the newly introduced course, various stakeholders said that the course of study needs to be prepared emphasizing its usefulness for students to carry their profession in the same sector after completing the course.

  Bardiya Has More Prey For Tigers
    KATHMANDU, July 29: The Bardiya National Park (BNP) has higher number of prey for tigers than any other protected area, stated a report released on Tuesday.

The BNP, which covers an area of 968 square kilometers in the mid-western lowlands of Bardiya, Banke and Surkhet districts, has a prey density of 92.6 animals per square kilometer - higher than in any other protected area.

  Unfaithful Wives
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    Male migrants return home to find families ties broken, dreams shattered

DHARAN, July 29 : Like thousands of other migrant workers, Chakra Bahadur Limbu of Bichghopa in Dharan-5 had left for Saudi Arabia with great expectations. He wanted to earn enough money so that after his return home he could live happily with his family.

Everything was hunky dory when he returned home on a holiday after working for 23 months. His parents, wife and children were more than happy to see him and he took solace in the fact that his hard earned money had brought happiness to all his family members.

  Valley Muslims Celebrate Eid Ul-Fitr
    KATHMANDU, July 29 : With the offering of Eid prayers on Tuesday morning, the month of Ramadan during which people from the Muslim community observe a strict dawn-to-dusk fast, ended formally, and it also marked the beginning of Eid ul-Fitr, the great festival of Muslims.

Over 8,500 Muslims, including 500 women, assembled at Nepali Jame Masjid in the capital for the Eid prayers. They beamed in jubilation, hugging each other and exchanging ´Eid Mubarak´ greetings, and some of them even invited each other over for the occasion. All of them were dressed in their best.

  Lack Of Counseling, Cheap Credit Slackening Entrepreneurship
    KATHMANDU, July 29: Stakeholders have said that lack of counseling centers on entrepreneurship and proper market value for goods produced in the country are major hindrances to starting an enterprise in Nepal.

They also stated that lack of fund was another obstacle for returnee migrants to becoming entrepreneurs back home.

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