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70th Human Rights Day: What is Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)?

Kathmandu, December 10th It’s become 70 years since United Nations(UN) adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10th 1948 under General Assembly Resolution 217 A.  According to the Guinness Book of World Records, document has been translated to most languages (to more than 500 language) and is one of the most influential documented agenda promising to empower all …

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YouTube to invest $20 million to educational content and creators

This week, YouTube announced their plan to invest $20 million to content creators to encourage them to share more, better videos in their video platform. Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube in her blog post stressed upon their commitment to empowering both the creators who want to share their knowledge to the world and users who are there to learn from the …

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Public Holiday declared for Modi Visit

Monday and Tuesday declared as public holiday in Kathmandu valley Tomorrow (Moday) and the day after tomorrow (Tuesday) has been declared as public holiday in Kathmandu Valley considering security issues that are attached with Modi visit to the capital city, Kathmandu. However, the holiday thus declared will only apply to educational institutes. Modi – the current Prime Minister of India …

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Lowest Budget Allocated despite Poor Result

The budgets for the fiscal year 2014/15 was announced yesterday. Last year, the budget allocated for education sector was 15% but this year the budget allocated is 13.91%. The government of Nepal has allocated 86.03 billion for the fiscal year 2014/15. For this fiscal year, the total budget is 618.1 billion. For the past 10 years, the budget allocated for …

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Temporary teachers’ slogans as they are chaperoned out of the parliament

Six of the temporary teachers including a female teacher representing in the second time formed parliament for CA shouted out the slogans. As the voice was loud in the other end was Subash Nembang reading out the names of the members for different committees of the parliament. However, as the teachers were low in number, there came house marshals who …

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