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Why Indians are happy?

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan It is surprising to note, from day one since registration of the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, the Indians started to express their happiness. Reports state that the Indian diplomats were throwing dinner parties at different hotels in Kathmandu. Similarly, the dailies publishing …

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NC-MC alliance in the offing


By Our Reporter If all goes well, the nation will have the second majority government within nine months of the promulgation of the new constitution and Pushpa Kamal Dahal will become the prime minister of Nepal for the second time in eight years. As CPN-UML has decided to remain in …

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Chinese remarks on government change in Nepal


By Our Reporter Beijing on Tuesday has remarked that said that she hoped that all political parties in Nepal would work for stability. “As a neighbour and friend, China genuinely hopes that all parties and sides in Nepal put the national and people’s interests first, and dedicate themselves to effecting …

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Oli increases political height after quitting the top post


By Our Reporter Against all speculations and suspicions Prime Minister K. P. Oli tendered his resignation while responding to the issues included in the no-trust motion registered against him in the parliament. In his about two-hour witty and powerful address to the parliament, Oli not only defended the government but …

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Challenges ahead for Dahal

By Our Reporter If things go smoothly, Maoist Center chairman Pushpakamal Dahal is going to be elected as the new PM for the next nine months’ tenure. So far, Dahal is not the candidate liked by India. It is the Indian compulsion to use Dahal for the time being. The …

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Rats quit sinking ship again


By Our Reporter As in 2054 BS, a few political parties exhibited their ‘Rat’ attitude this time as well.  Former Prime Minister Lokendra Bahadur Chand coined the phrase ‘Rat attitude’ when a few sitting ministers including Kamal Thapa had changed the camp at the last moment leading to the fall …

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Dr KC ends hunger strike

Dr Govinda KC, a senior orthopedic surgeon at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) ended his eighth hunger strike by taking juice offered by five-year-old patient Saroj Nepali, monk Tsewang Norbu Lama and Anita Devi Mahato at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) Monday. Dr KCended his longest ever hunger strike …

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Now “Old Force” appears

By Our Reporter In the crowd of around two hundred political parties,  another political party, Purano Shakti Abhiyan (Old Force Campaign) has been constituted under the coordination of noted advocate Balkrishna Neupane. This is the campaign for restoration of the 1990’s constitution, said Neupane during an event organised by the …

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Mansoon rains create havoc across the country

By Our Reporter Incessant rains for the past one week have wrecked havoc across the country killing at least 12 people in many parts of the country. Many towns from Birtamode in Jhapa to Birgunj in Parsa were submerged by the floodwaters while landslides caused damages to the mountainous districts. …

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Economic development should be political agenda: Suraj Vaidya

By Our Reporter Suraj Vaidya, chairman, SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industries, has said that Nepal can achieve economic goal if all the political parties in the country will make economic development as their political agenda. while addressing a press conference organised to inform about the activities of the SAARC …

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