प्रधानमन्त्रीको विश्वास : कांग्रेस छँदैछ नि !
मधेशको पहिलो महिला मन्त्री, पुरुषहरुको राजनितिक सम्राज्यमा चतुर र बाठी सुरिता पहिलो पटक सांसद हुँदा संघिय सरकारमा सञ्चार राज्यमन्त्री भइसकेकी कुशल नेतृ
From the North Pole to the Third Pole Himalayan nations can get tips on how Arctic Circle countries cooperated in coping with the climate crisis
जब रास्वपा बैठकमा पार्टी फुटको चर्चा चल्यो
म अभिमन्यु होइन, मेरो मौनता आजसम्मका लागि मात्रै हो : रवि लामिछाने
रविलाई किन रोक्न चाहन्छन् प्रचण्ड ?
सत्ता गठबन्धन संकटतर्फ
Northeast Braces for the Worst Wind Chill in Decades Forecasters say a dangerous cold will grip parts of the region on Friday and into Saturday......... By the time New Yorkers were commuting to work on Friday morning, the wind chill made it feel like just 10 degrees. In Boston, the cold air and wind combined to make it feel like 2 degrees. In Portland, Maine, the wind chill was a bracing minus 12 degrees. And that was the good news. It was expected to get significantly colder and windier throughout the day and into Saturday. ........ Winds gusting to 30 to 40 miles per hour, combined with air temperatures well below freezing, will make conditions extremely dangerous. ........ Atop Mount Washington, a 6,288-foot peak which is known for some of the world’s worst weather, a wind chill of minus 100 was predicted on Friday. ........ The bitter cold was expected to begin on Friday morning when a pocket of cold air that has been sitting over Nunavut and the northern part of Hudson Bay in Canada since at least mid-January will shift into the Northeast ........ The core of dangerously cold air and winds will arrive Friday night and pass over the Northeast, especially northern New England. On Saturday morning, subzero air temperatures are forecast to spread across the rest of New York and New England, forecasters said. This will lead to wind chills of minus 40 to minus 60 across northern New England and minus 25 to minus 45 in eastern New York and Massachusetts. ......... the advice was broadly similar: Limit your time outdoors. ......... “Wind chills this cold, especially when they fall well below minus 30 degrees, can cause frostbite on exposed skin in 10 minutes or less” .......... Winds will die down throughout the day Saturday. And then, as quickly as the Arctic air mass moves in, it will move out. ....... Temperatures are expected to return to normal on Sunday.
Soaring Death Toll Gives Grim Insight Into Russian Tactics Moscow is sending poorly trained recruits, including convicts, to the front lines in eastern Ukraine to pave the way for more seasoned fighters, U.S. and allied officials say. ......... Russia analysts say that the loss of life is unlikely to be a deterrent to Mr. Putin’s war aims. He has no political opposition at home and has framed the war as the kind of struggle the country faced in World War II, when more than 8 million Soviet troops died. ......... more than 100,000 troops on each side had been killed and wounded since the war began ............
the fighting in the Donbas had turned into, as one of them put it, a meat grinder......... Russia had suffered 180,000 dead and wounded, while Ukraine had 100,000 killed or wounded in action along with 30,000 civilian deaths. ........ the number for Russia is closer to 200,000. That toll, in just 11 months, is eight times higher than American casualties in two decades of war in Afghanistan. ............ A senior U.S. military official last month described the combat around Bakhmut as savage. The two sides exchanged several thousand rounds of artillery fire each day, while the Wagner private military company, which has been central to Russia’s efforts there, had essentially begun using recruited convicts as cannon fodder ....... Wagner has recruited some 50,000 troops to fight in Ukraine ........ the strategic value of Bakhmut simply is not in line with the price Russia has paid. ........ The Russian military is running low on critical supplies and replenishment ........ Moscow has thrown people it sees as expendable into battles for decades, if not centuries. During World War II, Joseph Stalin sent close to one million prisoners to the front. ......... an additional one million “special settlers”— deportees and others viewed by the Soviet government as second-class citizens — were also forced to fight during World War II. ........ “In Russia the life of a soldier is worth nothing. A dead soldier, on the other hand, is a hero, regardless of how he died. All lost soldiers can be replaced, and the number of losses will not shift the public opinion against the war.”
सांसद अरुण चौधरी पक्राउ
गृह मन्त्रालयबारे राष्ट्रिय स्वतन्त्र पार्टीमा दुई धार
सीके राउतसँग कार्यगत एकता गरेको नागरिक उन्मुक्तिसँग जसपाको एकता कार्ड !
गौतम अडानी समस्यामा फस्दा अम्बानी परिवारले जोगायो ?
साना दलहरु बिचको एकता र सहकार्यका लागि तमलोपाको अग्रसरता
राष्ट्रपतिमा महन्त ठाकुर, कति सम्भव, कति असम्भव ? तर्क र गणित सहित
जनमत पार्टीको नियति : चाहेको पाएन, जे पायो त्यसमै चित्त बुझायो
मुख्यमन्त्रीले त्यसो भे स्वास्थ्य झिक्छु भनेपछि कृषिमा सिचाँई थप्न जनमतको मांग
रवि लामिछानेको सांसद पद खारेज
कृषि मन्त्रालयमै आज पदभार ग्रहण गर्दै जनमतका मन्त्री ई. कुशवाहा
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