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1. Usefulness Of Moringa Leaves
April 16, 2018

Being health conscious is the new buzzword of each and every household. To this already existing listing of well balanced meals the following one has been inserted to your own family. It's the moringa, a newbie to the group of exceptionally wholesome and beneficial foods. Commonly called the drum stick tree, or ben tree, also it is located chiefly in India, Pakistan and Nepal. Why is it unique is how its ant-inflammatory ability. It protects tissues and also is really a excellent anti inflammatory. Scientific benefits if swallowing moringa powder Nutrient loaded The moringa powd... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

2. B & R International Exchange Team Visit To Foshan Yuantian Mattress Machinery on Sept. 17, 2017
November 03, 2017

With the national "The Belt and Road" development strategy of the gradual deepening and implementation, On September 17, 2017, the B & R International Exchange Team vist to Foshan Yuantian Mattress Machinery . Leo, general manager of Yuan Tian, and students from China, Mexico, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Yemen, Morocco, Indonesia and other countries exchanged views on the development of Chinese enterprises. Under the guidance of Leo, International students visited the company's Pocket Spring Machine ,Bonnel Spring Machine,Sewing and Fabric Machine, Tape edge Machine ,Spring Unit and other places. ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Oriental Rugs: A Brief History and Overview of Symbols
January 12, 2017

Oriental rugs have long been a symbol of luxury and wealth. As you look for Oriental rugs in Atlanta, consider this interesting history of the Oriental rug and some of the meaning behind common design choices. An Eastern Tradition It’s commonly understood that Oriental rugs, by their truest definition, come from Asia. Countries like China, India, Iran, Russia, Turkey, Pakistan, Tibet, and Nepal are the largest exporters of rugs in the world. The difference between Persian and Oriental rugs really has to do with where they’re made. The rugs are virtually the same, but Persian rugs are specif... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

4. Trek Climb Ski Nepal an Adventurous Choice for 2017 Travel Holiday Plans
December 26, 2016

Trekking across the Himalayas tops many an intrepid adventurer’s travel bucket list. Boutique adventure travel company Trek Climb Ski Nepal specializes in making it happen. Trek Climb Ski Nepal gives adventure seekers a chance to hike on awe-inspiring trails or experience mountain climbing or skiing in the Himalayas. What sets it apart from other adventure travel companies is that it’s an Australian-based company co-owned by five Nepalese families who have a vested interest in the safety and success of every trip. The company prides itself with a 100 percent safety record with not ev... (read more)

Author: John Doe

5. Nepal urges 'Conducive Environment' for South Asian Summit
September 29, 2016

Nepal urged South Asian nations on Thursday to create a "conducive environment' so a regional summit can be held as scheduled in November in Pakistan's capital.   Nepal, the current chair of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, said four of the eight member nations have indicated they will not attend the Nov. 9-10 summit in Islamabad.   Tensions between Pakistan and India have been high since a militant attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir...... (read more)

6. India, Nepal Restore Friendlier Ties
September 16, 2016

India and Nepal have put diplomatic relations, that had frayed in the past year, back on track during a visit to New Delhi by Nepal's new prime minister, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, popularly known as Prachanda. Prachanda's three-day trip to India less than a month after he assumed office is seen as an effort to re-balance ties after his predecessor had steered the tiny Himalayan country closer to its other giant neighbor, China. Before landing in New Delhi, Prachanda said relations...... (read more)

7. Girls' Dreams Shattered as Nepal Fails to Curb Child Marriage
September 08, 2016

Kopila Wosti was just 14 when her father married her off to a  stranger who was five years older. A year later, she gave birth to a baby girl. By the time she was 20, she had three children. "The first time I became pregnant, I was not even aware I was going to be a mother and did not know how to raise the child," said Wosti, now 34, as she sat cross-legged on the floor of a shelter home in the Nepali capital, Kathmandu. Separated from her husband for over a decade,...... (read more)

8. Indian Couple Faces 10-year Ban for Faking Everest Climb
August 30, 2016

Nepal has imposed a 10-year mountaineering ban on an Indian couple who authorities said faked reaching the summit of Mount Everest. Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod, two police constables from Pune, claimed to have reached the peak in May, but many climbers argued their photos were faked.  The couple and their guides deny those arguments. Nepal's tourism department initially certified their climb, but later moved to investigate the photos. The investigation found that the couple...... (read more)

9. Nepal Bus Accident Kills 21
August 26, 2016

Officials in central Nepal say a bus has plunged into a river, killing 21 passengers. Authorities say the accident happened early Friday when the bus fell into the fast-flowing Trishul river, near Chandibhanjyang, about 120 kilometers west of Kathmandu, the capital. Sixteen people survived the crash, officials say. Rescue workers continue to look for other possible victims and survivors. Accidents happen frequently on Nepal's roadways, usually blamed on the country's...... (read more)

10. History and Varieties of Darjeeling Tea
August 10, 2016

Born in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the shadow of the mighty Mt. Kanchenjunga, Darjeeling tea is an exquisite tea first grown by the British during their rule over India. Before the British won the area from Nepal in 1816, Darjeeling was a mostly unpopulated forest, which they then converted to a hill station for the soldier’s sanatorium. The cool mountain air helped them to recuperate and the serene setting relieved their illness and fatigue. In 1835 the region was ceded to the East India Company. It was then that Dr. A. Campbell, Darjeeling’s first Superintendent, experimented with pl... (read more)

Author: Rickey Jones

11. Nepal Picks Maoist as PM, Amid Revolving-door Politics
August 03, 2016

KATHMANDU— Nepal's parliament on Wednesday elected Prachanda, who led a decade-long insurgency that topped a feudal monarchy, as the Himalayan nation's new prime minister, a week after K.P. Oli stepped down to avoid a no-confidence motion. Nepal has long been mired in political instability and Prachanda, 61, becomes its 24th prime minister since protests led to the establishment of a multi-party democracy in 1990. He has served once before, after winning power in 2008. Prachanda, whose real name in Pushpa Kamal Dahal, won 363 votes of the 57... (read more)

12. Silicon Valley More Than a Place ... It's a Culture
July 27, 2016

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA— Running a company with a treadmill inside, in the middle of Silicon Valley, is not what Monisha Perkash had imagined when she and her parents immigrated to the U.S. from Nepal. "When I first moved out here, I got a call from my father, who was living in Texas, and he said, 'You know, Monisha, I've looked all over the map and I can't find the Silicon Valley anywhere,'" Perkash said. Silicon Valley is not just a region in California that stretches from San Francisco to San Jose, and it is not just the home of tech giants such as Googl... (read more)

13. India Hopes Nepal PM Resignation Will Pave Way for Warmer Ties
July 25, 2016

NEW DELHI— India hopes the resignation of Nepal’s Prime Minister, K.P. Oli, will pave the way for a restoration of warm ties with New Delhi. Oli had steered the Himalayan nation closer to China, which has been trying to increase its influence in South Asia. However, analysts say Beijing’s growing footprint in Nepal may be there to stay. Oli resigned on Sunday just before a no confidence motion that could have toppled him.  The two large groups that pushed for his removal, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Center) and the Nepali Congress are expected to form a share... (read more)

14. Nepal's Prime Minister Resigns, Triggering Political and Economic Uncertainty
July 24, 2016

Nepal's prime minister resigned Sunday, plunging the south Asian country into another period of political and economic uncertainty. Prime Minister K.P. Oli resigned just minutes before parliament was to vote on a no-confidence proposal he probably would have lost. Oli's departure marks the 23rd time the Nepali government has fallen since a multi-party democracy was created in 1990. The no-confidence motion was made by former Maoists rebels who stopped supporting Oli after accusing him of reneging on a power-sharing agreement. Oli's former allies also accused him of n... (read more)

15. How green is my valley - Nainital
July 14, 2016

The state bordering Nepal in the east is Uttarakhand. Other states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Sikkim surrounding the Himalayan Kingdom. What makes is the state of Uttarakhand unique is it is a holiday destination in India littered with lakes all around. Nestled in the Kumaon region, the place is closer to the Himalayan Mountains and hence this area is very mountainous. Kumaon region is a mountainous place in the outer regions of the Himalayan Mountain Ranges. Tourism forms the basic and most important livelihood for the residents of Nainital. A tourist frequented place is Panchachuli Glac... (read more)

Author: travelhot travel

16. Embattled Nepal PM Refuses to Budge After Maoists Pull Support
July 12, 2016

KATHMANDU— Nepal's Prime Minister refused to resign on Tuesday after the main Maoist party that had supported his coalition said it would try to form a new government, throwing the impoverished Himalayan country into renewed political uncertainty. K.P. Oli, who came to power in October when the Maoists offered his party parliamentary backing to build a coalition, faces the prospect of a no-confidence vote if he cannot persuade other partners to stick with him. "There is no need for the prime minister to resign. If there is a no-confidence vote against him in the parliament th... (read more)

17. The Surviving Subspecies of the Tiger
June 01, 2016

Panthera tigris – the mighty Tiger – is the largest of all the big cats. These apex predators once occupied vast tracts of habitat across the world, but this has been dramatically reduced over the past century. For those interested in Tiger watching, the most popular tours take participants into the jungles of India to encounter the magnificent Bengal Tiger, but there are actually six surviving subspecies of Panthera tigris. The Bengal Tiger (P.t. tigris) is the most common of the subspecies, found predominantly in India (where the majority of Tiger watching tours take place), but also in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Nepal Honors 9 Sherpas Who Paved Way for Everest Climbers
May 29, 2016

KATHMANDU, NEPAL— Nepal celebrated Everest Day on Sunday by honoring nine Sherpa guides who fixed ropes and dug the route to the summit so hundreds of climbers could scale the world's highest mountain this month, following two years of disasters.    Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli praised the men at the ceremony in Kathmandu, where they were presented with bouquets and given checks for 50,000 rupees ($460).   "The secret behind the more than 400 climbers ascending Mount Everest is the successful rope fixing and successful route fixing,'' Oli said. "... (read more)

19. Risks in Climbing Everest in Focus as 3 Die, 2 Go Missing
May 23, 2016

KATHMANDU, NEPAL— An Indian climber has died while being helped down Mount Everest, just a couple of days after a Dutch and an Australian died near the peak. Two other Indian climbers are missing, and experts say some of the tragedy may have been avoidable. Poor planning and overcrowding on the world's tallest peak may have led to bottlenecks that kept people delayed at the highest reaches while waiting for the path to clear lower down, Ang Tshering of the Nepal Mountaineering Association said Monday.   “This was a man-made disaster that may have been minimized with bett... (read more)

20. More Than 150 Scale Mount Everest After Weather Improves
May 19, 2016

KATHMANDU, NEPAL— More than 150 climbers scaled Mount Everest as better weather conditions Thursday led to a crowded day atop the world's highest peak, a Nepal official at the base camp said. A team of soldiers from United Arab Emirates and other teams from the Indian army were among the climbers on the summit, Department of Mountaineering official Gyanendra Shrestha said. He said it was hard to say exactly the number of people who have reached the summit or their nationalities but it was a busy day on the summit. Many of them were returning safely to lower camps, and the weather ... (read more)

21. Nine Sherpas First to Climb Everest After Nepal Disasters
May 11, 2016

KATHMANDU— A Nepali sherpa led a nine-man team to the top of Mount Everest on Wednesday, becoming the first to scale the world's tallest peak from the Nepali side since a deadly earthquake in 2015 and a fatal avalanche the year before forced climbers to retreat. The mountain guide was part of a rope-fixing team preparing the final stretch to the 8,850-metre (29,035-foot) summit, running along the Southeast Ridge route, for teams to make their own attempts in the next few days. "Sherra Gyalgen Sherpa reached the top of Sagarmatha at 5.05 p.m. (1120 GMT)," said Ang Tsherin... (read more)

22. Maoists Prompt Nepal Crisis by Announcing Plans for New Government
May 04, 2016

KATHMANDU, NEPAL— Nepal plunged into a new political crisis on Wednesday after the main Maoist party that props up the ruling coalition said it would form a new government, leaving Prime Minister K.P. Oli isolated and at imminent risk of losing power. Oli, 64, rose to power with the backing of the Maoists last October after promising to resolve protests against a new constitution by southern plains dwellers and to step up efforts to rebuild homes destroyed by last year's massive earthquakes. Increasing public anger at Oli has led the Maoists – who waged a decade-long insurge... (read more)

23. Quake-hit Nepal Cuts Growth Outlook to Lowest in 14 Years
May 04, 2016

KATHMANDU— Earthquake-stricken Nepal cut its economic growth forecast on Tuesday for the fiscal year that ends in mid-July to the lowest in 14 years, saying persistent fuel shortages after a blockade of its border with India have hampered economic activity. The government's Central Bureau of Statistics (CBI) said the economy would grow by 0.77 percent in the year to July 15, the lowest since 2001/02, because of the border disruptions. This compares with a forecast of around 2 percent growth made in December, after last year's earthquake that killed 9,000 people and destroyed a... (read more)

24. Tibetans Still in Tents One Year After Massive Nepal Quake
April 28, 2016

A year after Nepal’s massive earthquake forced an Everest climbing expedition to withdraw from the mountain, climbers have returned to base camp. “It’s quiet here; nobody bothers anyone,” Dr. Nima Namgyal Sherpa, an expedition organizer, told VOA's Tibetan service via cellphone. “For me, it is normal business.” Below the tallest mountain on Earth, lives of people affected by last year’s 7.8 magnitude quake are far from normal. Nepal reconstruction efforts have been glacially slow. With the exception of several internationally protected wor... (read more)

25. On Trek to Everest, A Chance to Push Boundaries, Find Peace
April 27, 2016

EVEREST BASE CAMP, NEPAL— We reach Everest Base Camp on a sunny but chilly afternoon, after an eight-day trek that stretched our physical and mental limits.   Aching knees from steep descents and headaches from mild altitude sickness are forgotten as the yellow and orange tents for the summit-bound, framed by some of Himalaya's highest snow-capped peaks, come into view.   We stay for only about an hour on a hill overlooking the camp, pitched near Everest's Khumbu icefall. We take photos, along with dozens of other amateur trekkers from across the globe, befor... (read more)

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