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Monthly Archives: June 2016

National Government?

Yes. Comrade Prachanda is right. The constitution is threatened if a national government is not formed. He is a politician, though. He wants the national government to be formed under his tutelage. Yes. Comrade K.P. Oli is right as well. If a national government does emerged from the legislature, he …

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What happened to the “patriotic” Energy Minister?

By Prajwal Shrestha Nepal is a beautiful country with a huge potential of natural resources. Due to the petty interests of the political leaders and high ranking government officials, the country has been seriously ruined in the economic field. We have enough water for irrigation and also generation of hydropower, …

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Arresting developments on geopolitical chessboard

By M.R. Josse KATHMANDU: In this column’s maiden appearance attention was drawn to the need to recognise that it is imperative to manage the inherent competition for influence and geopolitical advantage between India and China in Nepal before it assumes destabilising proportions. Against that backcloth, it was gratifying that former …

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Now trade unions in government offices

The KP Sharma Oli led government has officially recognized government trade unions by providing 60 million rupees to conduct elections and also by giving holiday to conduct the election. At a time when the industries are facing disturbances from the unnecessary demands put forward by the trade unions, the government …

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Seminar: Shifting bureaucratic culture in Nepal

Govinda Chaulagai Chairman Federation of Nepalese Journalists Journalist, Kathmandu and member of Nepal Press Council There is a solid gathering of prominent journalist in this programme to discuss on the topic and I believe that the prominent personalities of this journalism field should sit down together and discuss the issues …

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India tightens visa rules for Afghans

By Sajad India which has invested billions of dollars in Afghanistan, signed a wide-ranging strategic agreement with that country on October 5, 2011 also includes to help train Afghan security forces, while assisting Kabul in diversified projects has been playing double game with the war-torn country. Overtly, New Delhi has …

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Development path will lead Tibet to brighter future

By Yu Ning Tibet marks the 65th anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet. The past 65 years have seen unremitting efforts by the Chinese government to render Tibet prosperous with ethnic unity and democracy. The period also has been fraught with ceaseless sabotage by Tibetan separatist forces, with Western …

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Nepal to host World Ranger Congress in 2019

The 8th World Ranger Congress held in Estes Park in Colorado, USA on 21-27 May2016 took a historic decision to hold the 9th World Ranger Congress in Nepal in 2019 – the first time the event has ever been hosted in Asia. The decision is recognition of the measures that …

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Gorkha Brewery launching Somersby Apple Cider in Pokhara

Gorkha Brewery introduced the Somersby Apple Cider at an event in Pokhara, after its successful launch in Kathmandu. The event was attended by over 400 people including key stakeholders from media fraternity, customers and renowned celebrities. Somersby Apple Cider is a refreshing carbonated alcoholic drink made from fermented apple juice. …

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