Check the Nepal Airlines Cooperation Written examination result.
Sujal Shrestha scored the soil-tary goal as Nepal defeated Macau 1-0 to claim AFC Solidarity Cup at Sarawak Stadium in Kuching, Malaysia.
Shrestha headed home following a pass from Bharat Khawas in the 29th minute which was enough for Nepal to claim their first title victory outside South Asia. This is Nepal's maiden title in the tournaments organised by the Asian Football Confederation and second this year.
On 13th November 2016, New Zealand felt three different quake which took life of 2 people.
The first quake was reported to be 7.8 magnitude, in the north east of Christchurch.
Second of 6.2 magnitude in the south Island at around 2.19am and the third of 5.8 magnitude in the morning (6:50am)
A new glass walkway opened to the public in China this week. The terrifying walkway spans 100 meters along the side of Tianmen Mountain in Hunan's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park.
Dashain is not only the longest festival but also the most anticipated one among all the festivals of Nepal. It is celebrated by all Nepalese from various castes and tribes with joy and excitment. The fifteen days of celebration occurs during the bright lunar fortnight ending on the day of the full moon. Dashain commemorates a great victory of the gods over the wicked demons. One of the victory stories told is the Ramayan, where the lord Ram after a big struggle slaughtered Ravana, the fiendish king of demons.
In preparation for Dashain every home is cleansed and beautifully decorated, painted as an invitation to the mother goddess, so that she may visit and bless the house with good fortune.
The first nine days of Dashain are called Nawa Ratri when tantric rites are conducted.
The first day of Dashain is called Ghatasthapana, which literally means pot establishing. On this day the kalash, (holy water vessel) symbolising goddess Durga often with her image embossed on the side is placed in the prayer room. The room where the kalash is established is called 'Dashain Ghar'.
As days passes by regular rituals are observed till the seventh day. The seventh day is called 'Fulpati'. In fulpati, the royal kalash filled with holy water, banana stalks, jamara and sugar cane tied with red cloth is carried by Brahmans on a decorated palanquin under a gold tipped and embroidered umbrella.
The eighth day is called the Maha Asthami: The fervour of worship and sacrifice to Durga and Kali increases.
The ninth day is called Nawami: Temples of mother goddess are filled with people from dawn till dusk. Animals mostly black buffaloes are slaughtered to honour Durga the goddess of victory and might and to seek her blessing.
The tenth day is the Dashami: On this day we take tika and jamara from our elders and receive their blessing. We visit our elders in their home and get tika from them while our younger ones come to our home to receive blessing from us.
The internet gaint on Thursday said Hackers swiped personal information of atleast 500 million accounts.
The breach, which took place two years ago in 2014, revealed names, email addresses, phone numbers, birth dates and, in some cases, security questions and answers, Yahoo said in a press release. Encrypted passwords, which are jumbled so only a person with the right passcode can read them, were also taken.
Embassy of India, Kathmandu invites online applications for Mahatma Gandhi Scholarship on prescribed data-sheets from Nepalese nationals enrolled in Class-XI in recognized schools/colleges in Nepal. 2000 scholarships are available under the scheme for the academic year 2016-17.
The much awaited results of Indra Jatra Quiz is finally out now. We sarted this quiz on the day of Indra Jatra i.e September 15, 2016. We posted a question for which the correct answer is: यन्या: देय (Yanndya).
In total 48 respondents answered it correctly and we had a choice to pick only two respondents as winner. It was a tough situation and we used a software to decide the winner so that there will be a fair competition. And finally there were two lucky winner who won the movie ticket of the on going super-hit Nepali movie "Chhakka Panja".
Congratulations Endra Dangol and Hisi Bajracharya for winning this contest.
Both of you can contact us for the movie ticket collection. Please call 9801178845 or 014464043 from 10AM-5PM on or before Friday 23rd September 2016 regarding your prize.
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