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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Nepalis become victim of terrorism


By Our Reporter Twelve Nepali guards working in Kabul were killed in a blast on Monday morning. The Taliban suicide bombers attacked a minibus that was carrying the Nepalese guards and others killing 14 persons in total and injuring seven others. Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed the killings of Nepalese …

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Lamshal bargains Rs 50 M with NIBL, Press Council interrogates


By Our Reporter On the issue of Vibor Bank’s investment on New Business Age Pvt Ltd, the Nepal Rastra Bank and Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of the Nepal Police have drawn their attention. Vibor Bank through the Vibor Capital Ltd, had purchased the share worth 24 million two hundred thousand …

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By Our Reporter After quitting his mother party UCPN Maoist, Baburam Bhattarai (BRB) has launched a new party “Naya Shakti” (New Force) by including all the old people. Bhattarai has claimed that his party is no more a communist party, rather, a party which has adopted good characteristics in all …

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Defying law in organizational level continues


Health services halted to oppose arrests of fake doctors By Our Reporter How weak has the government of Nepal been in enforcing the laws was revealed once again following the arrest of 36 fake doctors last week. When the Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police made all the arrested fake …

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Parties oppose constitution implementation action plan

By Our reporter Both the ruling and opposition parties have opposed the constitution implementation action plan of the government. A meeting of the Council of Ministers on last Thursday endorsed the statute implementation action plan, which the government intends to complete by January 24, 2018. The action plan includes holding …

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Former Queen Mother recovering after a minor surgery


By Our Reporter Former Queen Mother Ratna Rajya Laxmi Devi Shah, 88, who had underwent a minor surgery on Thursday, 16 June, is recovering at her private residence Mahendra Manjil in the Narayanhitty Royal Palace premises. The former Queen Mother was admitted at the Norvic International Hospital on Thursday, 16 …

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Government aims curtailing media freedom

By Our Reporter Against the fundamental rights guaranteed by the constitution, the government has planned to curtail media freedom by issuing a directive on Online Media Operation 2016. Different media organizations including Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) have objected some of the provisions of the directive curtailing press freedom. FNJ …

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“Forces active in tarnishing China’s image on South China Sea”

By Our Reporter Nepal-China Media Forum (NCMF) has expressed deep concern on the provocation by some forces on the South China Sea issue by ignoring China-Philippines bilateral agreements and declarations in conduct of the parties in the South China Sea. A statement issued by NCMF general secretary Govinda Acharya stated …

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Ex-president to face court

The first President of the republic Nepal is facing the court case as the government has not paid the rent of the house where he is staying. Earlier, the government had decided to pay 130 thousand rupees per month as rent for ex-President Rambaran Yadav. The house owner, who didn’t …

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Ex-VP’s plight

Yes, the government decided to pay house rent of the ex-president but such a facility has not been given to the ex-vice president. The ex-VP is found complaining that he is compelled to keep above two and a half dozen security personnel at his small residence, which has become an …

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