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Current Trends in Little Girls Clothing

The fashion industry now offers a huge range of girls designer clothing. Little girls and baby girls can now enjoy a varied and extensive range of fashion collections, which helps them to set a fashion trend of their own. Even very young girls have their own fashion preferences, which is …

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KMC to collect signature online for blue print

KATHMANDU — The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Office is all set to collect the signatures of service seekers online for the purpose of approving house or building blueprint. For this purpose, the KMC is strengthening its online services intended at those seeking a permit to construct buildings/houses and it has …

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PM Dahal meets UML Chair Oli

KATHMANDU — Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has met the chairperson of the main opposition CPN-UML KP Sharma Oli on Monday afternoon just a day after lawmakers of ruling parties registered an impeachment motion against Chief Justice Sushila Karki. During the meeting held at Speaker Onsari Gharti’s office in Singhadarbar, …

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The Fashion of the 1960s

The ‘60s was the decade of freedom. Everyone, particularly the youth, spoke out their preferences, and had an immediate and powerful effect on the fashion industry. For example, the women of the ‘60s chose to have a childlike image with short skirts, much like the trend in the 1920s. Fashion …

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UML unveils election manifesto

KATHMANDU — The main opposition, CPN (UML) has unveiled the party’s manifesto for the local level elections with the commitments and promises to make a prosperous and strong country amid the presence of party Chairman KP Sharma Oli and senior leaders at a program organised in the party central office …

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Facebook accused of targeting 'insecure' children and young people, report says

Facebook’s algorithms are collecting data on young Australian and New Zealander’s emotional states, because advertising.Image: vicky leta/mashable By Jerico Mandybur2017-05-01 01:41:50 UTC Facebook has apologised for reportedly allowing advertisers to target emotionally vulnerable people as young as 14, as a 23-page leaked document obtained by The Australian revealed.  According to …

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