Tourist arrivals crossed the coveted one-million mark for the first time in 2018, with 1.17 million foreign visitors streaming into the country, but their spending plummeted to a seven-year low.
According to statistics from the Tourism Ministry, expected to be released next week, the average spending per tourist per day dropped to $44, the lowest in seven years. The average spending was $54 per day in 2017…continue reading
There’s a specific section of my family’s fridge that is reserved for the large, seemingly bottomless tub of chickpea flour — or as we and lots of other Indians who also rely on it call it, besan — that my parents keep on hand. We’re not gluten-free, nor do we do a lot of baking. Yet chickpea flour shows up everywhere in our food. It’s the nutty coating for my mom’s green beans spiced with earthy ajwain, the key ingredient in her creamy, tangy, yogurt-based soup, kadhi, and the base for our favorite variety of laddoos, sweet, fudge-like balls flavored with ghee, sugar and nuts.
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You don’t need a map to get to the Everest base camp, just follow the trash, says climber Dragana Rajblovic.
Rajblovic knows what she’s talking about: She’s the only Balkan woman to have conquered Mount Everest.
To date, 5,200 men and women have climbed to the peak of the world’s highest mountain, according to Ang Tshering Sherpa, former president of the Nepal Mountaineering Association. Another 775 are planning to test themselves against the 29,029-foot mountain this year…MORE
Think about how you felt yesterday. Did you smile or laugh a lot? Did you learn or do something interesting? Were you angry? Sad? Gallup asked people in more than 140 countries these same questions in 2018 to find out how they are feeling.
Use this interactive to see how you and your country compare with the rest of the planet on 10 positive and negative experiences…continue reading
Nepal 29% 70%
Armenia (Top) 45% 55%
Estonia (Bottom) 6% 93%
Nepal 29% 70%
Chad (Top) 54% 41%
Taiwan (Bottom) 5% 95%
Nepal 37% 61%
Greece (Top) 59% 41%
Turkmenistan (Bottom) 5% 95%
Nepal 50% 49%
Mozambique (Top) 59% 41%
Taiwan (Bottom) 12% 88%
Experienced Physical Pain
Nepal 42% 57%
Chad (Top) 66% 33%
Vietnam (Bottom) 14% 85%
Nepal 62% 38%
Paraguay (Top) 91% 9%
Sierra Leone (Bottom) 41% 58%
Nepal 63% 37%
Mongolia (Top) 86% 14%
Kuwait (Bottom) 28% 71%
Nepal 29% 70%
El Salvador (Top) 75% 25%
Bangladesh (Bottom) 22% 77%
Smile or Laugh
Nepal 45% 55%
Nigeria (Top) 91% 9%
Afghanistan (Bottom) 36% 64%
Treated With Respect
Nepal 65% 33%
Ecuador (Top) 97% 3%
Afghanistan (Bottom) 48% 52%
Nepal 2018 Human Rights Report #HumanRights #Nepal
This report is issued by United States Department of State – Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor.
How to sprout fenugreek methi seeds?
Day 1: Rinse and soak three tablespoons of fenugreek methi seeds.
Day 2 / Day 3: Rinse and cover with cotton cheese cloth, 3 or 4 times a day.
Day 3 ( Day 4): Sprouts will be ready to use.
Healthy Fenugreek Methi Seeds SPROUTS with Ground Turkey Recipe
- Fenugreek methi seeds sprouts (per above steps) – 3 tablespoons
- Ground turkey – 1 lb.
- Avocado oil – 2 tablespoons
- Mustard seeds – 1 teaspoon
- Ajwain seeds – 1 teaspoon
- Tumeric powder – 1 teaspoon
- Salt to taste
How to cook this dish?
Add Avocado oil in a nonstick skillet over medium heat.
Once the oil is heated, add in mustard seeds and ajwain seeds.
After a few seconds, add in ground turkey.
Start cooking, breaking up the meat as you go.
Add in turmeric powder and salt to taste.
Continue cooking about 10 minutes until meat is no longer pink.
Add in sprout fenugreek seeds.
Stir in about another 3 minutes.
It should be ready to eat for lunch or dinner.
Enjoy. If you like this recipe, please spread the word.
This healthy dish can be eaten with rice, tortilla, pasta, bread, salad and more…