According to Facebook’s global safety chief, activists and journalists will henceforth be treated as “involuntary” public figures, resulting in increased protections against harassment and abuse… Read More »Facebook is planning to amend its policies around insulting public figures on its services.
NASA is preparing to launch a first-of-its-kind mission, dubbed Lucy, to Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids, two large clusters of space rocks that scientists believe are remnants… Read More »NASA will launch the first space mission to examine the Trojan asteroids that orbit Jupiter
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which organizes the annual Golden Globe Prizes, announced on Friday that the awards for television and film will be presented… Read More »The Golden Globes are still going on, despite NBC’s decision to cancel the awards presentation.
China launched a rocket on Saturday carrying three astronauts – two men and one woman – to the core module of a future space station,… Read More »In order to construct the space station, China launches its second crewed mission
Several top officials at the Japanese embassy in Nepal have asserted that Japan’s official development assistance has made a significant contribution to the improvement of… Read More »Japan’s Help Is Crucial For Nepal’s Aviation Safety.
Travel restrictions and an economic downturn precipitated by the Covid-19 outbreak have dealt a severe blow to Nepal’s luxury hotels, decimating revenues and profits. The… Read More »Luxury hotels in Nepal are struggling to recover as a result of significant losses
Nepalese journalists were at the forefront of the global crisis posed by COVID-19. Despite the odds, they worked tirelessly to protect citizens’ access to knowledge… Read More »The FNJ will fight for the rights of working journalists.
Entrepreneurs are being urged to construct infrastructure to replace LPG with electricity, according to the Energy Minister
Pampha Bhusal, the Minister of Energy, Water Resources, and Irrigation, has challenged entrepreneurs to build structures that will allow all sorts of home appliances to… Read More »Entrepreneurs are being urged to construct infrastructure to replace LPG with electricity, according to the Energy Minister
Sajha Yatayat Cooperative Ltd and China’s CHTC Kinwin (Nanjing) Automobile Company inked a contract for the supply, delivery, and maintenance of 40 electric buses for… Read More »Sajha Yatayat signs an agreement to purchase 40 electric buses.
The Government of the United Kingdom has removed 47 nations and territories, including Nepal, from its red list, which has been in place since the… Read More »Nepal has been removed from the United Kingdom’s “red list”