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    Nepal slips 1 position down in Corruption Perception Index
    Jan25

    Nepal slips 1 position down in Corruption Perception Index

    Source: Transparency International KATHMANDU: Nepal slipped one position down in the Corruption Perception Index made public by the Transparency International today. Nepal has slipped to the 131st position in the Index. Last year, Nepal was at the 130th position. Nepal shares the position with Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine with 29 points....

    Philippine leader tames his words for Miss Universe hopefuls
    Jan23

    Philippine leader tames his words for Miss Universe hopefuls

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte greets Miss Universe contestant Catalina Caceres of Chile as Siera Bearchell of Canada, left, and Violina Ancheva of Bulgaria walk back to their seats after posing with the president during their courtesy call at Malacanang Palace Monday, Jan. 23, 2017 in Manila, Philippines. Photo: AP MANILA: Philippine...

    Miss Universe contestants’
    Jan23

    Miss Universe contestants’

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    Kremlin says expects to agree date for Trump-Putin phone call soon
    Jan23

    Kremlin says expects to agree date for Trump-Putin phone call soon

    Russian President Vladimir Putin takes part in a video link, dedicated to the start of natural gas supplying from mainland Russia to Crimea, in Moscow, Russia, December 27, 2016. Photo: Sputnik via Reuters MOSCOW: The Kremlin said on Monday it expected to soon agree a date for the first phone call between President Vladimir Putin and US President...

    In Trump We Trust: Inauguration prompts celebration in Russia
    Jan20

    In Trump We Trust: Inauguration prompts celebration in Russia

    Trump inauguration a reason for some Russians to celebrate Russian nationalists are holding all-night party Commemorative coins have been cast, nesting dolls carved MOSCOW: The Kremlin may have spent years reviling America, but Russians hoping Donald Trump will usher in a new era of detente marked his inauguration on Friday with parties and...

    Bare-breasted FEMEN activist grabs Trump statue by crotch
    Jan17

    Bare-breasted FEMEN activist grabs Trump statue by crotch

    Click to view slideshow. MADRID: A topless activist from the feminist group FEMEN attacked a life-size wax statue of US President-elect Donald Trump during an unveiling ceremony at Madrid’s wax museum on Tuesday. Reuters journalists at the scene saw the woman push past security ropes and place her hand on the statue’s crotch while...

    Biden: Trump should retain sanctions on Russia
    Jan16

    Biden: Trump should retain sanctions on Russia

    KIEV: US Vice President Joe Biden, on a last foreign trip before leaving office, has met with Ukraine’s president and called on the impending Donald Trump administration to retain Ukraine-related sanctions against Russia. Biden’s comments Monday at a briefing with President Petro Poroshenko came after Trump indicated in a Times of...

    Murray wins in straight sets in 1st major match as No. 1
    Jan16

    Murray wins in straight sets in 1st major match as No. 1

    Britain’s Andy Murray yells out while playing Ukraine’s Illya Marchenko in their first round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, on Monday, January 16, 2017. Photo: AP MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: In his first Grand Slam match with the elevated status of having a knighthood and the No. 1 ranking, Andy...

    Federer, Kerber in the spotlight on day one in Melbourne
    Jan15

    Federer, Kerber in the spotlight on day one in Melbourne

    Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska hits a shot during a training session ahead of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne, Australia, January 15, 2017. Photo: Reuters MELBOURNE: Roger Federer takes the spotlight on his return to grand slam tennis on the opening day of the Australian Open on Monday but those looking for title contenders...

    European job market being explored
    Jan15

    European job market being explored

    Kathmandu, 14 January As Nepali migrant labourers face greater personal risks and job insecurity in Gulf countries, foreign employment agencies have started exploring new destinations in Europe and the Baltic region. Nepali workers often complain of harsh job conditions in Gulf countries and lack of assured jobs and wages. They also say they are...

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