• http://ratopati.com/story/81492/2019/3/22/nic-asia-
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    जंगल क्रिकेट कर्पोरेट टुर्नामेण्टमा एनआईसी एशिया बैंक विजयी
    काठमाडौं– चितवनको सौरहामा सम्पन्न जंगल क्रिकेट कर्पोरेट टुर्नामेण्टमा एन आई सी एशिया बैंकको टिम विजयी भएको छ ।फाल्गुण ३० देखि चैत्र २सम्म चितवनको सौरहामा सम्पन्न जंगल क्रिकेट कर्पोरेट टुर्नामेण्टमा अन्य प्रतिष्पर्धी टिमहरुलाई हराउँदै विजयी भएको हो ।पालोमा इन्टरनेसनल इभेन्ट्स एण्ड स्पोर्टस् म्यानेज्मेन्टले आयोजना गरेको सो टुर्नामे...
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  • https://thehimalayantimes.com/world/paris-catches-asian-tigers-in-most-expensive-city-race/
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  • History of Weather Forecasting

    Meteorology is the science of forecasting weather. Weather forecasting has been important to civilizations for thousands of years. Agriculture relies on accurate weather forecasting: when to plant, when to irrigate, when to harvest. Ancient cultures—from the Aztecs of Mesoamerica to the Egyptians in Africa and Indians in Asia—became expert astronomers and predictors of seasonal weather patterns.
    History of Weather Forecasting Meteorology is the science of forecasting weather. Weather forecasting has been important to civilizations for thousands of years. Agriculture relies on accurate weather forecasting: when to plant, when to irrigate, when to harvest. Ancient cultures—from the Aztecs of Mesoamerica to the Egyptians in Africa and Indians in Asia—became expert astronomers and predictors of seasonal weather patterns.
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  • During the war a deep feeling of mutual respect and admiration had developed between the British and their adversaries, the British being much impressed by the fighting and other qualities of the Gurkha soldier. Under the terms of the Peace Treaty large numbers of Gurkhas were permitted to volunteer for service in the East India Company’s Army. From these volunteers were formed the first regiments of the Gurkha Brigade, and from this time stems Britain’s friendship with Nepal, a country which has proved a staunch ally ever since and has become our ‘oldest ally’ in Asia. Never has the trust that was then placed in the Gurkha soldier ever been in doubt.
    During the war a deep feeling of mutual respect and admiration had developed between the British and their adversaries, the British being much impressed by the fighting and other qualities of the Gurkha soldier. Under the terms of the Peace Treaty large numbers of Gurkhas were permitted to volunteer for service in the East India Company’s Army. From these volunteers were formed the first regiments of the Gurkha Brigade, and from this time stems Britain’s friendship with Nepal, a country which has proved a staunch ally ever since and has become our ‘oldest ally’ in Asia. Never has the trust that was then placed in the Gurkha soldier ever been in doubt.
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  • Many communities in Nepal consider menstruating women as impure and force mothers and daughters to stay in sheds.

    Nepal: Woman, sons suffocate to death in banned 'menstrual hut'
    ASIA21 December 2018

    At least 21 killed as bus crashes in Nepal's mountainous area
    Police said the bus carrying college students and teachers drove off a highway in a mountainous area.

    At least 21 killed as bus crashes in Nepal's mountainous area
    ABUSE10 December 2018

    Nepal's children at risk: ****** abuse in the aid sector
    Is the international aid community doing enough to protect children in vulnerable communities?

    Nepal's children at risk: ****** abuse in the aid sector26:00
    101 EAST6 December 2018

    Nepal's Children at Risk
    Investigating rising fears that Nepal has become a target for paedophiles acting under the cover of aid work.

    Nepal's Children at Risk 26:00
    ASIA4 October 2018

    Nepal bans **** sites to curb ****** violence
    Over 24,000 *********** sites blocked but activists say the real problem is the lack of justice for women.

    Nepal bans **** sites to curb ****** violence
    ASIA2 October 2018

    Fears of violence as Nepal cracks down on Maoist splinter group
    Up to 100 members of Communist Party of Nepal jailed as faction blasts government's dialogue efforts.

    Fears of violence as Nepal cracks down on Maoist splinter group
    NEPAL23 September 2018

    Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan
    Nepal's efforts to increase its tigers are part of a 13-country plan to double the number of tigers worldwide.

    Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan
    ASIA18 September 2018

    Access to Chinese ports a 'huge deal' for Nepal
    Nepal granted access to Chinese ports in a move that will end New Delhi's monopoly over Kathmandu's trade routes.

    Nepal gets access to China ports, analysts say it's a 'huge deal'
    ASIA28 August 2018

    #justicefornirmala: anger spreads in Nepal over police 'cover-up'
    Protests continue in Nepal against alleged police mishandling in the Nirmala Panta **** and ****** case.

    #justicefornirmala: anger spreads in Nepal over police 'cover-up'02:05
    NEPAL25 August 2018

    One dead in Nepal rally demanding action over teen's ****, ******
    Police fired at angry protesters in western city of Mahendranagar, killing a teenage boy and injuring dozens.

    One dead in Nepal rally demanding action over teen's ****, ******
    NEPAL22 August 2018

    Nepal urged to repeal new law over press freedom concerns
    New criminal code makes sharing confidential information an offence that deserves prison sentence.

    Nepal urged to repeal new law over press freedom concerns
    NEPAL18 August 2018

    Female activists in Nepal call for equality on citizenship bill
    The proposed bill would could women to have a Nepalese husband to pass on their citizenship to their children.

    Female activists in Nepal call for equality on citizenship bill02:21
    ARTS & CULTURE22 July 2018

    Nepal's stolen gods
    Since the 1980s, authorities estimate thieves have plundered tens of thousands of Nepalese antiquities.

    Nepal's stolen gods
    101 EAST19 July 2018

    Nepal: The Great Plunder
    Investigating how antiquities stolen from the Himalayas end up in museums and private collections around the world.

    Nepal: The Great Plunder 26:00
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    Many communities in Nepal consider menstruating women as impure and force mothers and daughters to stay in sheds. Nepal: Woman, sons suffocate to death in banned 'menstrual hut' ASIA21 December 2018 At least 21 killed as bus crashes in Nepal's mountainous area Police said the bus carrying college students and teachers drove off a highway in a mountainous area. At least 21 killed as bus crashes in Nepal's mountainous area ABUSE10 December 2018 Nepal's children at risk: Sexual abuse in the aid sector Is the international aid community doing enough to protect children in vulnerable communities? Nepal's children at risk: Sexual abuse in the aid sector26:00 101 EAST6 December 2018 Nepal's Children at Risk Investigating rising fears that Nepal has become a target for paedophiles acting under the cover of aid work. Nepal's Children at Risk 26:00 ASIA4 October 2018 Nepal bans porn sites to curb sexual violence Over 24,000 pornography sites blocked but activists say the real problem is the lack of justice for women. Nepal bans porn sites to curb sexual violence ASIA2 October 2018 Fears of violence as Nepal cracks down on Maoist splinter group Up to 100 members of Communist Party of Nepal jailed as faction blasts government's dialogue efforts. Fears of violence as Nepal cracks down on Maoist splinter group NEPAL23 September 2018 Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan Nepal's efforts to increase its tigers are part of a 13-country plan to double the number of tigers worldwide. Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan ASIA18 September 2018 Access to Chinese ports a 'huge deal' for Nepal Nepal granted access to Chinese ports in a move that will end New Delhi's monopoly over Kathmandu's trade routes. Nepal gets access to China ports, analysts say it's a 'huge deal' ASIA28 August 2018 #justicefornirmala: anger spreads in Nepal over police 'cover-up' Protests continue in Nepal against alleged police mishandling in the Nirmala Panta rape and murder case. #justicefornirmala: anger spreads in Nepal over police 'cover-up'02:05 NEPAL25 August 2018 One dead in Nepal rally demanding action over teen's rape, murder Police fired at angry protesters in western city of Mahendranagar, killing a teenage boy and injuring dozens. One dead in Nepal rally demanding action over teen's rape, murder NEPAL22 August 2018 Nepal urged to repeal new law over press freedom concerns New criminal code makes sharing confidential information an offence that deserves prison sentence. Nepal urged to repeal new law over press freedom concerns NEPAL18 August 2018 Female activists in Nepal call for equality on citizenship bill The proposed bill would could women to have a Nepalese husband to pass on their citizenship to their children. Female activists in Nepal call for equality on citizenship bill02:21 ARTS & CULTURE22 July 2018 Nepal's stolen gods Since the 1980s, authorities estimate thieves have plundered tens of thousands of Nepalese antiquities. Nepal's stolen gods 101 EAST19 July 2018 Nepal: The Great Plunder Investigating how antiquities stolen from the Himalayas end up in museums and private collections around the world. Nepal: The Great Plunder 26:00 Show More OPINION C K Lal After a year of elections, Nepal moves closer to China by C K Lal Narayan Adhikari Nepal's earthquake disaster: Two years and $4.1bn later by Narayan Adhikari Deepak Adhikari The case against: Can journalists be activists? by Deepak Adhikari Anurag Acharya Nepal: A costly constitution by Anurag Acharya IN-DEPTH Climate change threatens 1,000-year-old monastery in remote Nepal GLOBAL WARMING Climate change threatens 1,000-year-old monastery in remote Nepal Nepal's children at risk: Sexual abuse in the aid sector ABUSE Nepal's children at risk: Sexual abuse in the aid sector Fears of violence as Nepal cracks down on Maoist splinter group ASIA Fears of violence as Nepal cracks down on Maoist splinter group Nepal gets access to China ports, analysts say it's a 'huge deal' ASIA Access to Chinese ports a 'huge deal' for Nepal Al Jazeera Facebook Twitter Google+ RSS Podcast YouTube About About Us Press Office Awards Code of Ethics Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookie Policy Cookie Preferences Community Guidelines Work for us HR Quality Connect Contact Us Apps Social Channel Finder TV Schedule Podcasts Newsletter Submit a Tip Our Channels Al Jazeera Arabic Al Jazeera English Al Jazeera Mubasher Al Jazeera Documentary Al Jazeera Balkans AJ+ Our Network Jetty Al Jazeera Centre for Studies Al Jazeera Media Institute Learn Arabic Al Jazeera Centre for Public Liberties & Human Rights Al Jazeera Forum Al Jazeera Film Festival Al Jazeera Hotel Partners © 2019 Al Jazeera Media Network
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  • Where do bullfrogs live?

    Bullfrogs live across much of the United States. They range as far north as Canada and south into Mexico. They have spread to where they are now found on other continents like Europe, Asia, and South America.
    Where do bullfrogs live? Bullfrogs live across much of the United States. They range as far north as Canada and south into Mexico. They have spread to where they are now found on other continents like Europe, Asia, and South America.
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  • Fun facts about the King Cobra

    They are the only snake that builds nests for its eggs. The female will guard the eggs until they hatch.
    Snake charmers in Asia often charm king cobras. The cobra is mesmerized by the shape and movement of the flute, not by the sound.
    They live to around 20 years old.
    Its conservation status is "least concern".
    The main predator to the king cobra is the mongoose because the mongoose is immune to its poison. However, mongooses rarely attack king cobras unless they have to.
    Venom from a king cobra can **** a human in around 45 minutes. However, they do not attack unless they feel cornered and only around 5 people a year die from king cobra bites.
    They shed 4 to 6 times per year.
    They are revered in India where they represent the god Shiva.

    Fun facts about the King Cobra They are the only snake that builds nests for its eggs. The female will guard the eggs until they hatch. Snake charmers in Asia often charm king cobras. The cobra is mesmerized by the shape and movement of the flute, not by the sound. They live to around 20 years old. Its conservation status is "least concern". The main predator to the king cobra is the mongoose because the mongoose is immune to its poison. However, mongooses rarely attack king cobras unless they have to. Venom from a king cobra can kill a human in around 45 minutes. However, they do not attack unless they feel cornered and only around 5 people a year die from king cobra bites. They shed 4 to 6 times per year. They are revered in India where they represent the god Shiva.
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  • The King Cobra lives in Southeast Asia including parts of India and other countries such as Burma, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines. They like to live in forests and near water. They can swim well and can move quickly in trees and on land.
    The King Cobra lives in Southeast Asia including parts of India and other countries such as Burma, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines. They like to live in forests and near water. They can swim well and can move quickly in trees and on land.
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  • Crocodiles are more widespread being found in the tropics in Asia, America, Africa, and Australia. There are crocodiles that live in saltwater as well as fresh water.
    Crocodiles are more widespread being found in the tropics in Asia, America, Africa, and Australia. There are crocodiles that live in saltwater as well as fresh water.
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  • Where do tigers live?

    Today tigers live in various pockets in Asia including countries such as India, Burma, Russia, China, Laos, Thailand, and Indonesia. They live in a variety of habitats from tropical rain forests to mangrove swamps. They like to live near water where there is lots of prey and also in areas with vegetation where their stripes will work as camouflage.
    Where do tigers live? Today tigers live in various pockets in Asia including countries such as India, Burma, Russia, China, Laos, Thailand, and Indonesia. They live in a variety of habitats from tropical rain forests to mangrove swamps. They like to live near water where there is lots of prey and also in areas with vegetation where their stripes will work as camouflage.
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  • Where did they come from?

    The first Persian cats originated from…you guessed it, Persia, which is today the country of Iran in Asia. They came to Europe in the 1600s where they were bred with other cats over many years to achieve the breed they are today.
    Where did they come from? The first Persian cats originated from…you guessed it, Persia, which is today the country of Iran in Asia. They came to Europe in the 1600s where they were bred with other cats over many years to achieve the breed they are today.
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  • Asiatic or Indian lions - The scientific name for the lions in India is Panthera leo persica. These lions are only found in the Gir Forest of Gujarat, India. These lions are endangered as there are only around 400 left living in the wild.
    Asiatic or Indian lions - The scientific name for the lions in India is Panthera leo persica. These lions are only found in the Gir Forest of Gujarat, India. These lions are endangered as there are only around 400 left living in the wild.
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  • Where does the clouded leopard live?

    Clouded Leopards live in Southeast Asia in countries such as India, China, Thailand, Laos, Nepal and Viet Nam. Their preferred habitat is tropical and sub-tropical evergreen forests.
    Where does the clouded leopard live? Clouded Leopards live in Southeast Asia in countries such as India, China, Thailand, Laos, Nepal and Viet Nam. Their preferred habitat is tropical and sub-tropical evergreen forests.
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  • Where do Tarantulas live?

    There are over 800 species of Tarantulas and they can be found all over the planet including North America, Africa, Asia, South America, and Europe. They live in many habitats from deserts to rainforests, but generally in warm environments.
    Where do Tarantulas live? There are over 800 species of Tarantulas and they can be found all over the planet including North America, Africa, Asia, South America, and Europe. They live in many habitats from deserts to rainforests, but generally in warm environments.
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  • The monuments in Kathmandu Valley which are listed by UNESCO these days were built during Malla rule. In the 14th century, before Kathmandu was divided into 3 princely states, Araniko went to China upon the request of Abhaya Malla for representing the skill of art and architecture, and he introduced Pagoda Style of architecture to China and subsequently, whole Asia.
    The monuments in Kathmandu Valley which are listed by UNESCO these days were built during Malla rule. In the 14th century, before Kathmandu was divided into 3 princely states, Araniko went to China upon the request of Abhaya Malla for representing the skill of art and architecture, and he introduced Pagoda Style of architecture to China and subsequently, whole Asia.
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  • The history of Nepal is intertwined with the history of the broader Indian subcontinent and the surrounding regions, comprising the areas of South Asia and East Asia.
    The history of Nepal is intertwined with the history of the broader Indian subcontinent and the surrounding regions, comprising the areas of South Asia and East Asia.
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  • What is a Mallard Duck?

    When most people think of ducks, they think of the Mallard Duck. The Mallard is a common duck mostly found in North America, Europe, and Asia. The Mallard Duck is also found in Central America, Australia, and New Zealand. The scientific name for the Mallard Duck is Anas Platyrhynchos. It is part of the species of Dabbling Ducks. Mallard Ducks enjoy the water and usually are found near rivers, ponds, or other bodies of water.
    What is a Mallard Duck? When most people think of ducks, they think of the Mallard Duck. The Mallard is a common duck mostly found in North America, Europe, and Asia. The Mallard Duck is also found in Central America, Australia, and New Zealand. The scientific name for the Mallard Duck is Anas Platyrhynchos. It is part of the species of Dabbling Ducks. Mallard Ducks enjoy the water and usually are found near rivers, ponds, or other bodies of water.
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  • The flamingo is a beautiful pink wading bird. There are actually 6 different species of flamingos. They are the Greater Flamingo (Africa, Europe, Asia), Lesser Flamingo (Africa, India), Chilean Flamingo (South America), James's Flamingo (South America), Andean Flamingo (South America) and the American Flamingo (Caribbean).
    The flamingo is a beautiful pink wading bird. There are actually 6 different species of flamingos. They are the Greater Flamingo (Africa, Europe, Asia), Lesser Flamingo (Africa, India), Chilean Flamingo (South America), James's Flamingo (South America), Andean Flamingo (South America) and the American Flamingo (Caribbean).
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  • Taking Care of a Labrador Retriever

    A typical Lab will live for 12 to 13 years. In general Labradors are fairly healthy dogs, but are prone to hip dysplasia. Labs also really like to eat and can become overweight if they are fed too much and not given enough exercise. Watching your dog's diet and making sure that your dog gets enough exercise is key to keeping your Labrador healthy.
    Taking Care of a Labrador Retriever A typical Lab will live for 12 to 13 years. In general Labradors are fairly healthy dogs, but are prone to hip dysplasia. Labs also really like to eat and can become overweight if they are fed too much and not given enough exercise. Watching your dog's diet and making sure that your dog gets enough exercise is key to keeping your Labrador healthy.
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  • While most of this previous research was done on a case-by-case basis, and often compared the Neanderthals’ injuries to present-day modern human injuries, the new study was a population-wide analysis of Neanderthals and Upper Paleolithic modern humans in Western Eurasia.
    While most of this previous research was done on a case-by-case basis, and often compared the Neanderthals’ injuries to present-day modern human injuries, the new study was a population-wide analysis of Neanderthals and Upper Paleolithic modern humans in Western Eurasia.
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