Nepal And UAE cricket series: All gameplay will be broadcasting on social media and youtube. Kathmandu: Nepal and UAE are going to play 3 ...

Nepal And UAE cricket series: All gameplay will be broadcasting on social media and youtube.

Kathmandu: Nepal and UAE are going to play 3 ODI International and 3 T-20 international series this Friday, 25 January to UAE. Nepal cricket team has already there for playing the series on Tuesday. In the past year, Nepal has played there 1st ODI with Netherland, it is the second international one-day international player playing with the Netherlands in the Netherlands.


Under the series, Nepal will play the first one-day international on January 25, second 26 and Third 28 January. According to the local time of 3eat one-day sports, 9: 30 am, meaning Nepali time will start at 11:15. The first game of T-20 series will be played on January 31, second February 1 and 3rd February 3rd January after one-day series. UAE Local Time for all T-20 games will start at 1:00 pm,  Nepali time 2:45.

All Gameplay will be Live

The desire of Nepali visitors to watch the game of competition is to be fulfilled if the audience in the UAE will be able to see all the games at the stadium free of charge.

UAE's local website 'The Nation' has said that all the UAE cricket boards will broadcast live through their social networks. Even if the medium does not match the spaces, it is certain that the board will direct the game directly through Youtube or Facebook.

GENEVA, Nov 29, 2018 (AFP) - Global temperatures in 2018 are set to be the fourth highest on record, the UN said Thursday, stressing the urg...

GENEVA, Nov 29, 2018 (AFP) - Global temperatures in 2018 are set to be the fourth highest on record, the UN said Thursday, stressing the urgent need for action to rein in runaway warming of the planet.
In a report released ahead of the COP 24 climate summit in Poland, the World Meteorological Organization pointed out that the 20 warmest years on record have been in the past 22 years, and that "2018 is on course to be the 4th warmest year on record."
"This would mean that the past four years - 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 - are also the four warmest years in the series," the UN agency said in its provisional report on the state of the climate this year.
The "warming trend is obvious and continuing," WMO chief Petteri Taalas told reporters in Geneva.
The report shows that the global average temperature for the first 10 months of the year was nearly 1.0-degree Celsius above the pre-industrial era (1850-1900).
- 'Last generation' -
"It is worth repeating once again that we are the first generation to fully understand climate change and the last generation to be able to do something about it," Taalas warned.
With levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the main driver of climate change, at a record high, "we may see temperature increase of 3-5C by the end of the century," Taalas said.
"If we exploit all known fossil fuel resources, the temperature rise will be considerably higher."
Delegations from nearly 200 countries are due in Poland next week for the latest COP24 climate summit, aimed at renewing and building on the Paris deal and limiting global warming.
World leaders have been trying to breathe new life into the 195-nation agreement amid backsliding from several nations -- most notably the United States -- over commitments made when it was signed in December 2015.
It is to take effect in 2020 and calls for limiting global warming to less than 1.5C above pre-industrial levels.
But experts warn that global warming is on track to surpass three degrees by 2100 and urge governments to do more than first planned to rein it in.
"Every fraction of a degree of warming makes a difference to human health and access to food and fresh water, to the extinction of animals and plants, to the survival of coral reefs and marine life," WMO deputy chief Elena Manaenkova stressed in a statement.
"It makes a difference to economic productivity, food security, and to the resilience of our infrastructure and cities," she said.
"It makes a difference to the speed of glacier melt and water supplies, and the future of low-lying islands and coastal communities."  RSS

For this first time Shrinkhala Khatiwada became a first Nepali model to reach semi-final at the 2018 Miss World in China. According to Goss...


For this first time Shrinkhala Khatiwada became a first Nepali model to reach semi-final at the 2018 Miss World in China. According to Gossipgist.com online, She is one of the popular Miss Nepal title holders (Miss Nepal 2018).

Shrinkhala Khatiwada desired to participate in Miss Nepal the beauty pageant while she was a young girl.



She planned to compete for the beauty pageant after graduating from university. Shrinkhala Khatiwada stands 1.7m ie. five feet seven inches tall.

Her hair color is black and the color of her hair is brown. She has a slim body. She has maintained her body perfectly.

How To Vote For Miss World 2018?


The voting lines for Head to head challenge for miss world 2018 are opened. You can vote Shrinkhala till 30th of November.

There are 4 different ways to vote for me to advance to the second round of head to head challenge.


1) Like official Miss World Nepal facebook page
https://m.facebook.com/Miss-World-Nepal-297574443671301/

2) Vote on Miss World website
https://missworld.com/#/contestants/5435

3) Like and comment on the posts on Official Mobstar Account
https://youtu.be/DgEGO1deh38

4) Vote on Model Power Live

https://missvo.modelpowergd.com/en/#/detail?id=90

Who is Shrinkhala Khatiwada ?
Shrinkhala Khatiwada is an Architect and Nepali beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Nepal 2018. She is representing Nepal in Miss World 2018. Khatiwada was born in Hetauda, Province No. 3. She is from a family with political background.

 Her father, Birodh Khatiwada is CPN (UML) leader who was elected as a member of central parliament from Hetauda Constituency no. 2 in general election of 2017 for the fourth time.

Her mother Munu Sigdel is President of CPN (UML), Makwanpur District and also a member of state parliament of Province No. 3. She lives in Thalsikhel, Lalitpur with her parents.

Khatiwada completed SLC from Hetauda Academy, and high school from Goldengate International College. She studied architecture at the Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus. She is fond of writing.

RIYADH, Nov 15, 2018 (AFP) - Five Saudi officials face the death penalty for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was dismembered in...

RIYADH, Nov 15, 2018 (AFP) - Five Saudi officials face the death penalty for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was dismembered inside the kingdom's Istanbul consulate, but Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was not involved, the prosecutor said Thursday.

The announcement follows growing international outcry over the killing of Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and critic of the Saudi rulers who was last seen entering the consulate on October 2 to obtain paperwork for his marriage.


Khashoggi died after being drugged and then dismembered, a spokesman for the public prosecutor's office said in the first Saudi confirmation of how he was killed.

The journalist's body parts were then handed over to an agent outside the consulate grounds, the spokesman said.

He denied Prince Mohammed had any knowledge of the murder.
The deputy chief of Saudi Arabia's intelligence, General Ahmed al-Assiri, gave the order to repatriate Khashoggi -- and "the head of the negotiating team" that flew to the Istanbul consulate had ordered his murder, the spokesman said.

After repeated denials, Saudi Arabia finally admitted in mid-October that Khashoggi had been murdered at the compound, but blamed it on a "rogue" operation.

The prosecutor has requested the death penalty for the five who "are charged with ordering and committing the crime and for the appropriate sentences for the other indicted individuals," an official statement published by state news agency SPA said.

It said a total of 21 individuals were in custody in connection with the killing, 11 of whom have been indicted with investigations to continue into the others.

Turkey on Wednesday called for an international investigation into the murder.
Ankara has already shared voice recordings linked to the murder with a number of countries including Saudi Arabia, the United States and its Western allies.

- 'Global fallout' -
Khashoggi's killing has plunged the world's top oil exporter into its worst diplomatic crisis since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, in which most of the hijackers were identified as Saudi nationals.

After first insisting Khashoggi left the consulate unharmed, Saudi authorities said he was killed in an argument that degenerated into a brawl before finally accepting what Turkey had said virtually from the start -- that he was killed in a premeditated hit.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said the order to murder Khashoggi came from "the highest levels" of the Saudi government.

The global fallout over the murder has tainted the image of 33-year-old Prince Mohammed -- the de facto ruler and heir apparent -- despite persistent Saudi denials that he was involved.

Khashoggi's murder has also led to increased scrutiny of Saudi Arabia's role in the Yemen war, which has pushed the impoverished country to the brink of famine.

The journalist went into self-imposed exile in the United States in 2017 after falling out with Prince Mohammed.

Kathmandu, Oct 24 :  Basantapur Durbar Square, a world heritage site in the heart of Kathmandu, collected around Rs 1.3 million on a single ...

Kathmandu, Oct 24 :  Basantapur Durbar Square, a world heritage site in the heart of Kathmandu, collected around Rs 1.3 million on a single day Tuesday from entrance fees of tourists.

Chief of Hanumandhoka Durbar protection programme at the Kathmandu Metropolis City, Udaya Bahadur Pasakhala said the durbar square's income on Tuesday from the entry fee was over one million.

This is the day when the most number of tourists visited it throughout this year. It at other regular days usually earns one million. Hanuman Dhoka is one of the monuments insides the area.

The number of tourists from both home and abroad have started gradually increasing in the square since the earthquake. The latest data shows that most of foreign tourists arriving here are from China, Germany and France.

A tourist from the SAARC countries should pay Rs 150 to enter the historic area the charge for a tourist from other countries is Rs 1,000.

Post-quake reconstruction efforts at the site have been intensified, according to Pasakhala. We have the target of increasing such income to Rs 1.5 million by welcoming more and more tourists, he added.
Among the monuments damaged by the 2015 April earthquake, the Gaddi Baithak has been already rebuilt. Likewise, restorations of the Nautale Durbar (nine-storey palace) and the Kasthmandap are underway. These monuments are considered the most important heritages here.

The Kumari Ghar( the home of the living goddess of Kathmandu) lies here and technical study and evaluation of its quake sensitivity are going on.

Entry for internal tourists is free here. The site is home to around three dozens of heritages and 10 were completely damaged by the quake while others suffered minor damages.

JAKARTA, Oct 23, 2018 (AFP) - The killing of a critic like Jamal Khashoggi is something that must "never happen again", Saudi Arab...

JAKARTA, Oct 23, 2018 (AFP) - The killing of a critic like Jamal Khashoggi is something that must "never happen again", Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said Tuesday, as he pledged a full investigation into the journalist's death.
Saudi Arabia's leadership will "see to it that the investigation is thorough and complete and that the truth is revealed and those responsible will be held to account", al-Jubeir told reporters after meeting with his Indonesian counterpart in Jakarta.
"And that mechanism and procedures are put in place to ensure that something like this can never happen again."
His comments, following a bilateral meeting in the Indonesian capital, come after al-Jubeir appeared on Fox News Sunday to blame a "rogue operation" by individuals who "exceeded their responsibilities" and then "tried to cover up for it".
Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said Tuesday that Jakarta was "deeply concerned" about Khashoggi's killing at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul this month, which Ankara has said was "savagely planned".
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected later Tuesday to reveal what he has said is the "naked truth" about the murder.
Omer Celik, spokesman of Erdogan's ruling party, said the killing "was planned in an extremely savage manner," and that "there has been a lot of effort to whitewash this".
A tough critic of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Khashoggi, 59, disappeared after he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 to collect a document for his upcoming marriage.

A few days later, a Turkish government source said police believed he was murdered by a team sent to Istanbul, and on October 17, a Turkish newspaper said he was tortured and decapitated inside the consulate.
After more than two weeks of near silence, Saudi Arabia admitted on Saturday that Khashoggi was killed in an altercation at the consular office -- an explanation rejected by friends and foes alike.
US President Donald Trump, who said he found Riyadh's initial explanations credible, told reporters at the White House Monday: "I am not satisfied with what I have heard", and that he expected to know more "very soon".
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin meanwhile met the Crown Prince behind closed doors in Riyadh for talks while CIA Director Gina Haspel headed for Turkey, although details of her trip were not immediately clear.
White House advisor and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner said he had urged Prince Mohammed to be "fully transparent" stressing that "the world is watching".
The case has shone the spotlight on the Crown Prince, who was credited with spearheading a reform drive but is now accused of having ordered Khashoggi's murder -- a claim Riyadh denies. RSS

Vietnam lawmakers on Tuesday elected as president Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong, the only candidate on the ballot, making him the m...

Vietnam lawmakers on Tuesday elected as president Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong, the only candidate on the ballot, making him the most powerful man in the country where consensus leadership has traditionally kept strongman rule in check.

Trong was ushered into his new role as head-of-state with 99.8 percent of the vote from Vietnam's rubber stamp parliament members a month after the former president died from a prolonged illness.
Though the president's role is seen as largely ceremonial, 74-year-old Trong will maintain his position as party head -- the first person to hold both roles since revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh in the late 1960s.


His new position was cemented in a tightly orchestrated swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday after an overwhelming vote from 477 lawmakers, with only one vote against, according to the government's website.
"I, president of Vietnam, vow to be completely loyal to the nation, people and constitution," Trong said at the ceremony, speaking beneath a large bust of Ho Chi Minh.
"This is a very huge honour, while at the same time, a very heavy responsibility for me," he added, acknowledging his advanced age.
His election comes as no surprise after the Communist Party's Central Committee put his name forward as the only contender last month following the death of Tran Dai Quang, a former police chief who had been president since 2016.
Trong's dual role in two of the so-called "four-pillar" top leadership positions allows him to yield a huge amount of power in the government whose inner workings are often shielded from the public.
The two other "pillars" are the prime minister and National Assembly chair.
His appointment is not likely to shake up politics in the one-party state, though observers have said it will eliminate any potential opposition to an anti-corruption campaign that he has spearheaded since his re-election as party chief in 2016.
The campaign has seen dozens of top officials, executives and bankers put behind bars, many seen as Trong's political foes because of their perceived alliance to former prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung who was sidelined in the last leadership shuffle two years ago.
- 'Politically unassailable' -
Some say the campaign likely allowed Trong to secure the top job as president, an unlikely and rare move.
"Trong did this because he is currently in a politically unassailable position," Zachary Abuza, a professor at the National War College in Washington, told AFP.
"(He) has effectively used 'anti-corruption' to purge rivals within the party," he added.
Trong's time in office has also coincided with a crackdown on dissidents, with more than 55 jailed this year alone, according to an AFP tally, that rights groups say shows no sign of abating.
The US ambassador to Vietnam congratulated Trong on the post Tuesday, celebrating cosying ties between the former war enemies who are both seeking to counter China's rising military and economic might.
"We look forward to continuing to work closely with President Trong on further strengthening and expanding the US-Vietnam Comprehensive Partnership," ambassador Daniel Kritenbrink said in a statement.
In addition to running the powerful Communist Party, as president Trong will now be in charge of welcoming foreign delegates and travelling abroad as the public face of the administration.
The white-haired longtime party member has a carefully guarded reputation as a committed apparatchik, and is also a member of the powerful politburo.

Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday called for a meaningful dialogue between India and Pakistan. Baj...


Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday called for a meaningful dialogue between India and Pakistan.

Bajwa while addressing a passing-out parade of cadets said, "That only through comprehensive and meaningful dialogue a solution could be found for the disputes between the two countries", as quoted by European think-tank European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS).

This comes after Indian army Chief General Bipin Rawat's statement of April 15 saying that peace is the only solution to improve the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and it could be ensured through a dialogue between India and Pakistan.

Pakistan has extended its support to China's projects including One Belt and One Road and China Pakistan Economic Corridor which pose a threat to the internal security of India as well as to its foreign trade relations. This has constantly impacted the Indo-Pakistan relations in a negative manner.

Recently, Pakistan allowed 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed to contest elections. Saeed is the co-founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the chief of Jama'at-ud-Da'wah (JuD) both of which are United Nations-designated terror organisations.

In the past there have been a row of incidents where important diplomatic meetings have been followed by terror attack by Pakistan.

Instantly, in 1999 then Prime Minster Atal Bihari Vajpayee took a ride in Delhi -Lahore Bus. Three months after that Kargil war broke out.

In 2001 the Indian Parliament was attacked which left 14 people dead. Post the attack both the countries deployed heavy military across the border and was followed by a standoff until October 2002.

Later in 2004 Vajpayee and the then Pakistan President Parvez Musharraf held direct talks at the 12th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit in Islamabad.

A period of relative peace between the countries was observed which got massively disturbed in 2008 by an attack by members of Lashkar-e-Taibah on the Mumbai Taj hotel which led to the death of 164 people. Terrorists Ajmal Kasab was later held captive by the Indian police.

In the wake of the attacks India ceased communication with Pakistan.

As current Prime Minster Narendra Modi took to the office in 2014, he invited the ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to his swearing-in ceremony. Then a year later Prime Minister Modi made a surprise stop-over in Lahore on his way from Kabul to wish the Pakistani Prime Minister on his birthday.

Soon after, Western Air Command of the Indian Air Force in Pathankot got attacked by terrorists of the Pakistani based Jaish-e-Muhammed followed by the Uri attack leading to the death of 17 Indian soldiers.

If General Bajwa truly means his words he will have to halt Pakistan's terror activities in Kashmir and curtail the movement of Taliban militant group in Afghanistan. (ANI)

DOHA, April 22 (Xinhua) -- Qatar has reiterated its readiness to hold a dialogue with the Arab quartet to resolve the ongoing Gulf disput...


DOHA, April 22 (Xinhua) -- Qatar has reiterated its readiness to hold a dialogue with the Arab quartet to resolve the ongoing Gulf dispute, local media reported late Saturday.

The spokesperson for Qatar's Foreign Ministry Lulwah al-Khater said the Qatari participation in the "Gulf Shield Joint Exercise-1", which took place in Saudi Arabia, could be a new chance to resolve the rift with the neighboring Gulf countries, said Qatari newspaper Al-Sharq.

The report said, quoting al-Khater, "so far, we do not see any solution at the required level, but the defense ministry announced the presence of a Qatari military delegation in Saudi Arabia to participate in the drill."

Al-Khater also said it is difficult to predict the reaction of other Gulf countries in the coming days.
On April 19, the Qatari armed forces announced that it had participated in the "Gulf Shield Joint Exercise-1" in Saudi Arabia from March 21 to April 16.

In June 2017, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt cut diplomatic ties as well as all air, sea and land links to Qatar, accusing the gas-rich Gulf state of supporting terrorism and aligning with Iran against Arab interests.
Doha has repeatedly denied the accusations. Enditem

Kathmandu, Jan 31 (RSS): Police persons, who are mandated to stop crimes, are themselves suspected in two separate crimes perpetrated in the...

Kathmandu, Jan 31 (RSS): Police persons, who are mandated to stop crimes, are themselves suspected in two separate crimes perpetrated in the Kathmandu Valley.


The Metropolitan Police Range, Kathmandu, has initiated investigation on five police persons.
Deputy Superintendent of Police Tilak Bharati, Inspector Laxman Thakuri, and Sub Inspector Chandra Bhandari stationed at Metropolitan Police Circle, Durbar Marg, have been accused of hushing the gang rape of a girl in the Landmark Hotel of the capital.


Spokesperson at Metropolitan Range, Superintendent of Police Ram Dutt Joshi informed that a probe was begun on the accused police officers by transferring them from their duty station.
A youth named Shailesh Karki has been accused of gang-raping the girl by also involving three of his friends in the heinous act.


The police officers were dragged into controversy after the accused ones reconciled with the rape survivor by alluring with money in such serious crime. Spokesperson Joshi said that efforts were on to contact the survivor.

The investigation so far has shown that the victim had not filed a written complaint at police office. Further information would be garnered after recording the statement of the victim girl.

Meanwhile, in the incident of raid in gambling, two police persons have been accused of freeing those involved in the gambling. They are Sub Inspector of Police, Mohan Bahadur Malla and constable Manohar Budha. The gamblers were reportedly left after taking the money they had with them.
The raid was conducted at a gambling den in a hotel of Kalanki.

Despite being neighboring country India is one of the the most hated country in Nepal. There are few reasons why Nepali people hate India. S...

Despite being neighboring country India is one of the the most hated country in Nepal. There are few reasons why Nepali people hate India. Some of theme; Indian political interference in Nepal's internal matter, 2015 blockade and frequent border encroaching are the main reason.  People to people connection of both country is very close even if they hate each other with various reason, they still practice open border tradition.

Nepal is not a only country who hate India but, there are also lots of countries which do not like. Today, we are here along with the name-list of top six countries that hates India with different reason.

India is a country in South Aisa. India is the seventh largest country by area and the second- most populous country with over 1.2 billion people. It shares land borders with Pakistan to the west, china, Nepal and Bhutan to the northeast and Myanmar (Burma) and Bangladesh to the east.



There have huge enemy countries of India who doesn’t like it and among them we are presenting top six countries. People love good things or we can say they do not hurt them till then if they are not affected by it. But here are six countries that hates India and they are:

Nepal

Our Nepal is the neighboring country of India and also the number one country that hates India. After the last 2015 undeclared  blockade and border encroaching in western part of Nepal  , most of the Nepalese hate India. In fact the relation between India and Nepal is very old. Until now Nepal hasn’t done anything that harms India and Indian sovereignty. But India has been dominating and Interfering on Nepal's internal matters since very long time.

Pakistan

Pakistan is the country that hates India most. From the beginning because of the border separation, Kashmir and various other reasons Pakistan hates India lot. They don’t need any reason to fight with each other. They often exchange cross border fire killing eachother. India blames Pakistan for promoting terrorism in country.

Bangladesh

Because of the barrier done by India in the development works of Bangladesh, Bangladeshi doesn’t like India. India had helped in re-unity though most of the Bangladeshi doesn’t like Indians. The main reason why Bangladeshi hate India is that Bangladeshis are Muslims mainly. Indians are Hindus mainly. Hindu-Muslim tension is the main reason behind India hatred in Bangladesh. Another reason is political. Bangladesh has a party named Awami League. They are mainly Pro India party. Their pro-India approach makes some Bangladeshis extremely anti-India. Although India Bangladesh does not have much border issues comparing to other countries.

Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan hates Tamil. Due to the continuous role of intervention by the Indians Tamil people Sri Lankan not only like Tamil Nadu but hates entire India.

China

China is another country that hates India the most. Because of the discussion related to the border areas that are joined with India. The equal competition in rapid development of the nation and the confusion relation with other nations China hates India most.

Australia

In the recent days Australian hates India and Indians because lastly most of the Indians are entering in Australia and have grabbed the job opportunities of Australians. Because of Indians, Australians are becoming jobless in their own hometown.

Here in this video we can see the Nepali Politicians in the Bahubali. If there is Nepali politician in the place of Bahubali how does it loo...

Here in this video we can see the Nepali Politicians in the Bahubali. If there is Nepali politician in the place of Bahubali how does it looks like you can see this video.


This video is all about a 27 years old young man Ram Bahadur Bomjon who is well known as Nepalese Buddha boy. He is famous and people believ...

This video is all about a 27 years old young man Ram Bahadur Bomjon who is well known as Nepalese Buddha boy. He is famous and people believed that he have some divine power. A program was held in Chunikhel,lalitpur. Many people were presence there to worship.The place was decorated with flowers very well.


Shoes are not allowed in that area, 75 meet tall Photo was h@nged and men wearing purple and women wearing a pink dress were saying maitri mangalam with respect to each other also praying him.He came in a car with security.Ram Bahadur Bomjon said that he got knowledge and can rule anyone.About 500 disciples were praying. One of the reporter talks to the devotees, they said that this is a for world peace and they are here to get blessings from their spiritual teacher.After viewing the no.of peoples and that program everybody is talking that Ram Bahadur Bomjon have special power and knowledge.People are saying that if he have no knowledge and power there will not be followers of him in a huge number.

Ram Bahadur Bomjon was found praying in a jungle when he was fourteen. He faces many problems in the name of capturing jungle. He discourse many people,shares his knowledge and make many followers. His disciples and followers informed that his further programs will be held in out of country. Ram Bahadur Bomjon claimed that he got knowledge of creation. He wants to spread his knowledge to the world and visiting various parts of Nepal including Sarlahi Bara,Sindhuli, Chitwan,lamjung for the reverence of peace.Many Organizations are established in the name of him. Bomjon said that people faces problems due to material,delusion,confusion and bad conduct in the religious program.He also tell what is religion and what is not.He believes in god and rebirth,believes religion light and spiritual traditions.He gives knowledge of equality and trust, he believes that we should not cheat anyone and should equal to everyone.

Riyadh: The Saudi Interior Ministry announced Wednesday the killing of a person belonging to the ISIS organization and the arrest of his com...

Riyadh: The Saudi Interior Ministry announced Wednesday the killing of a person belonging to the ISIS organization and the arrest of his companion in Riyadh, The Peninsul Reported.

The security forces responded to intelligence on the suspects being present at a furnished apartment in the capital's Al-Rayyan district, said the Ministry, adding that the suspects have showed support to ISIS ideologies according to investigations.

The suspect resisted the security forces, wielding a weapon, which led to his killing.

The security authorities are continuing to examine the situation with the detained suspect.

Chandrauta (Kapilbastu), March 8: People in half a dozen villages in Kapilbastu district are terrorised by wild elephants. People of Gugaul...

Chandrauta (Kapilbastu), March 8: People in half a dozen villages in Kapilbastu district are terrorised by wild elephants.
People of Gugauli, Shivagadhi, Ganeshpuri, Khuruhuriya and Bhagawapur Village Development Committees (VDCs) have been terrorized by elephants from the Gautam Buddha Leasehold Forest as the elephants trumpet near the village and trample on the crops in their fields.



Chairperson of the Community Forest, Janaki Yadav said the elephants that come from the forest along with their calves have broken the barbed wire fencing around the forest and damaged goods and property worth hundreds of thousands of rupees. The locals stay awake the whole night lest the elephants enter the human settlements.
It is suspected that the elephants might have come to the forest from the Banke National Park via forest corridor in India. RSS