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The back-breaking trek in the US that few complete

The back-breaking trek in the US that few complete

Extreme weather, blisters, forest fires, rattlesnakes, bears, these are just some of the hazards you might encounter while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from one end of the United States to the other.

A crispy snack, America’s favourite Chinese takeout

A crispy snack, America’s favourite Chinese takeout

You may have had these creamy filled wontons like savory pastry at Chinese restaurants and probably didn’t know exactly what you were eating. Crab rangoons are like wontons and were invented at trader Vic’s, a Polynesian Themed restaurant at San Francisco Bay area.

Walking just 35 minutes daily might reduce stroke risk

Walking just 35 minutes daily might reduce stroke risk

Older adults can prevent their risk of strokes by taking a daily stroll for just 35 minutes a day or four hours a week, say researchers.

Human brains are naturally attracted to laziness

Human brains are naturally attracted to laziness

Some people are often called lazy, because of their brains, say researchers who found that our brain is innately attracted to sedentary behaviours.

Yogurt may up obesity risk

Yogurt may up obesity risk

Often marketed as a healthy dairy product, yogurt is not necessarily good as it contains free or added sugars and fat, even more than soft drinks and fruit juices, thus increasing the risk of obesity, a study has claimed.

Golden Gilda

Golden Gilda

Many of the contemporary performers inspired by Gilda Radner, including Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Bill Hader and Melissa McCarthy, read from her journals in the film

To take better care

To take better care

Scientists want to develop a baseline of knowledge about the sand lance to see if their habitat is changing. One concern: sea level rise, which will affect the currents, could sweep away the sandy sediment that sand lance live in, writes Katherine Long

The Embassy of Nepal celebrates third Constitution Day

The Embassy of Nepal celebrates third Constitution Day

The Embassy of Nepal recently celebrated third Constitution Day on its premises. The event was chaired by Professor Ramesh Prasad Koirala, Ambassador of Nepal. Constitution Day commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of the 2015 Constitution of Nepal that officially consolidated the country’s t

INLS elects new committee

INLS elects new committee

International Nepalese Literary Society (INLS) recently elected its new office bearers in general assembly.

Why autumn is the best time for a trip to the Boundary Waters

Why autumn is the best time for a trip to the Boundary Waters

Paddling across White Iron Lake, I looked up at the sky, cloudless and blue. Then I glided around a bend and spotted them, a pair of slim maple trees, rising from the rocky shoreline, burst into a brilliant orange. It was still early. Mid-September.

The cogs never quite fit together

The cogs never quite fit together

Witches are so 2017. Make way for warlocks, aka “boy witches,” as defined by the intrepid young Lewis (Owen Vaccaro), the boy hero of The House with a Clock in Its Walls.

Peter Blauner sets chillingly dark crime novel on Long Island

Peter Blauner sets chillingly dark crime novel on Long Island

The author spins a hard-hitting, unsettling and relentless tale of police corruption that cuts across the parkways, villages and police headquarters of the island By Gerald Bartell

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