Mental health crisis could cost world $16 Trillion by 2030

LONDON, Oct 10: Mental health disorders are on the rise in every country in the world and could cost the global economy up to $16 trillion between 2010 and 2030 if a collective failure to respond is not addressed, according to an expert report released Tuesday. The Lancet Commission report by 28 global specialists in psychiatry,
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CHITWAN, Sept 15: The 6th national lakhe dance competition is to be held in Narayangadh on coming September 19 and 20. A total of 40 dance groups are competing in the event to be organized by the Folk Culture Preservation and National Lakhe Dance Academy. Groups from Ilam in the east to Dadeldhura in west are
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Sept 11: Nepalese troops have received UN medal for “nimble and robust” protection of South Sudanese civilian during a special medal ceremony in Juba, capital of Sudan, yesterday. Peacekeepers from the elite Nepalese reserve forces have provided life-saving assistance to the people of war-torn South Sudan for almost a year. They demonstrated their efforts to
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More than a billion adults around the world are at risk of serious disease through lack of exercise, a study has shown. Investigators found that in 2016 more than a quarter of the global population – 1.4 billion people – were insufficiently active. As a result, they faced an increased risk of heart and artery disease,
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When you were a kid, did you cry and go home every time someone yanked your hair or did you stomp your feet and keep playing, often pushing and shoving to make way for yourself? If the latter is what you did and what you think one should do when faced with challenges, then congratulations
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The past four years have been the four warmest ever recorded – and now, according to a new scientific forecast, the next five will also probably be “anomalously warm,” even beyond what the steady increase in global warming would produce on its own. That could include another record warmest year, even warmer than the current record year
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Shrawan is one of the holiest months in Hindu calendar. Devotees of Shiva perform religious rituals and take bratas (fasting). Each Monday of the following month, known as Shrawan Sombar, is a special day in Shiva temples. Hindu devotees walk bare foot and with holy water to offer to the Lord Shiva. Every Monday, devotees clad
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