The second edition of China Education Fair 2017 concluded in Kathmandu on Sunday, with active participation of Nepali students aspiring to pursue higher studies at Chinese universities.
China Education Fair attracts Nepali students
People living in the former industrial heartlands of England and Wales are more disposed to negative emotions such as anxiety and depressive moods, more impulsive and more likely to struggle with planning and self-motivation, according to a new study of almost 400,000 personality tests.
Industrial Revolution left a damaging psychological 'imprint' on today's populations
Teachers are calling for a ban on the sale of energy drinks to under 16s, because they contain huge amounts of sugar and caffeine and can cause headaches and palpitations.
Teachers call for ban on sale of energy drinks to under 16s
For the first time in the history of the the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) — which has provided healthcare to millions of Americans and helped to drastically reduce the uninsured rate of children since its implementation in 1997 — states may run out of funding.
Over 1m US children on brink of losing health insurance
Thousands of hard-up older people in the UK are being given a stark choice: Sign up to a ‘second mortgage’ with the government, or lose some of the financial help you receive.
Low-income UK households at risk
New figures showing family income is on the rise in Italy are further bolstering the case that the country may be in an economic recovery, but the expanding gap between the country's richest and poorest residents shows the recovery is not helping everyone.
Why Italy poverty growing when family income rises
The space for civil society organizations is shrinking around the world, with particular impacts on women activists and human rights defenders who face additional barriers due to their gender.
Women fight for a voice, space in civil society
Some people who reject the conclusions of climate science claim that the existence of any remaining uncertainty means few or no actions need be taken to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.
Warmest climate models might be most accurate
It's official: 2017 is the deadliest and most destructive year on record for wildfires in California. Dry conditions, high temperatures, roaring winds and bone-dry trees and brush are all factors responsible for the devastation. But one underlying question is how much of a roll has climate change played?
Is climate change responsible for wildfires California wildfires?
Green waters in the southern port city of Bandar Abbas caused surprise to visitors. Seaweed-banking turned the coastal and offshore waters green that would not last more than a few days according to local fishermen.
Photo: Green waters in southern port

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