Nepal

Nepal’s Army Goes Invincible

Nepal's army schools are finishing their first stage implementation of Invincible Defense Technology (IDT), giving them the ability to operate directly at the level of the unified field of all the laws of natur...
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Nepal Quake: Prelude to Bigger Disaster?

With tremors declining in magnitude and emergency relief crews packing to leave, Nepal is likely to slip from the world’s attention. But the unstable geological condition that brought the latest disaster stil...
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Aid agencies pour into Nepal – Then what?

In the immediate aftermath of a disaster of the scale of Nepal’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake, the scramble by aid agencies to respond can easily descend into chaos. Following the earthquake that killed 220,000 Ha...
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Nepal’s Tragedy on the Way to Happen

Nepal’s devastating earthquake, with more than 4,000 people dead was, as has been widely commented over the weekend, a disaster waiting to happen. This small and impoverished country of 28 million people lies ...
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Tragedy in the Himalayas Stirs Revolt

The death last month of 16 Sherpa guides while climbing Mount Everest has cast a pall of gloom on a fast-dwindling and hard-working community in Nepal and India. For the first time death has stirred rebellion a...
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China Eyes Nepal Province as Key to South Asia Control

Nepal's once-forbidden Kingdom of Lo, or Mustang, hidden far from modernity and surrounded by the world’s highest mountains, continues to preserve pure Tibetan Buddhist culture. But the kingdom may be in transi...
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A Last Look at Shangri-La

Mustang, the former Kingdom of Lo, is hidden in the rain shadow of the Himalayas in one of the most remote corners of Nepal. Hemmed in by the world's highest mountain range to the south and an occupied and shut...