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Nepathya enthralls audiences in Los Angeles (photos/ video)

The sound went mute in the middle of the show. This is a great disaster for a show that relies so heavy on technology. The connection between the musician and the audience was cut off. But, the show went on here at the Barnum Hall. The audience kept the show alive. The entire audience took the role of harmonizing the song and they continued till the sound system got back. The Nepathya band and the musicians were extremely touched by this gesture of the Los Angeles crowd gathered to enjoy the evening. This technical glitch took place, when the band
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Nepali migrants in Norway donate educational materials for intellectually disabled

In a gesture of benevolence, Nepali migrants in Norway have donated educational materials worth around Rs 200,000 for 27 intellectually disabled students from the district. The beneficiaries include 12 students with intellectually disability from the Tribhuvan Secondary School at Chhipridaha and 15 from the Chandannath Primary School in Musikot. Local Development Officer handed over the educational materials and other materials for their lodging to the students amid a programme on Wednesday. The donation was made through the Helping Hands for Nepal (HHN), an organisation set up by Nepali migrants in Norway. The students who were earlier finding it hard to
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NRNA welcomes Open University Bill

Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has expressed happiness over the parliament passing the Open University Bill. NRNA, which has been initiating for formulating the policy to establish open universities since long, said that it believes that the policy will take their initiation to a logical conclusion. “Open universities will be a medium to hand over the skills and knowledge earned in foreign to Nepal” NRNA Chairman Shesh Ghale said,”Though the Bill is not in the structure that we wanted, but still we think that it’s a good step” NRNA had asked to include 6 members representing their Regional Committee, in the
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33rd ANA conference kicks off in Atlanta

The 33rd convention of Association of Nepalis in the Americas, (ANA), the oldest institution of Nepalis living in the United States, has started in Atlanta of Georgia State. Nepal Congress (NC) leader Gagan Thapa and UML leader Rabindra Adhikari participated at the program. Speaking at the function, NC leader Thapa said that we should formulate plan now on what to do after 10 years for the country’s development. He was of the opinion that Nepalis, whether living in America, Europe, Australia or any other places, should be made partners for the country’s development. Similarly, UML leader Adhikari requested all to
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