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State-own DDC also cheats consumers


By Our Reporter While almost all businessmen are found cheating the consumers in one way or another, the state-owned Dairy Development Corporation (DDC) was also found cheating the consumers by supplying less amount of milk than the exact amount in each packet . During a monitoring, the Nepal Bureau of …

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Money Maximization Scheme form Sanima Bank


Sanima Bank has introduced ‘Sanima Money Maximization Scheme’. Issuing a statement on Monday, the commercial bank said that the scheme allows new and existing customers to make online request for transfer of fund from savings account to fixed deposit account through e-account portal from anywhere. “It is a yearlong Individual …

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1974 AD’s new album will be out this August


The popular rock band among Nepalese crowd 1974 AD after unveiling their new line up is set to roll out their latest album, HazaarSapana, in the first week of August which will be the band’s ninth studio album. The band, 1974 AD, were formed in Kathmandu in the early 90s …

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SAA’s ‘Best Dancer Nepal 2016’ competition


Sushila Arts Academy (SAA) has announced that it will organize the ‘Best Dancer Nepal 2016’ in partnership with Thames International College. The second edition of the competition will kick off from September 17 and will see participants competing in three preliminary rounds before the grand finale on December 7. The …

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Celebrating ‘Rabindra Nazrul Jayanti’


The  Embassy of  Bangladesh in Kathmandu observed ‘Rabindra Nazrul Jayanti’ on 22nd July. Celebrating the 155th birth anniversary of BiswaKabi Rabindranath Tagore and 117th birth anniversary of National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam. The Mission organized a cultural programme to mark the occasion at the Nepal Army Auditorium in Kathmandu. Noted …

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SFCG’s video and photography contest on the theme ‘Peace’


The Search for Common Ground (SFCG) Nepal has announced a nation-wide peace video and photography contest to mark the International Peace Day on Monday. Issuing a press release, the SFCG Nepal has said that the photos and videos on the theme ‘peace’ will be judged by a panel comprising film …

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Russian balloonist sets world record for circumnavigation

Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov is seen in front of his balloon as it is inflated before the start of his record attempt for a solo hot-air balloon flight around the globe near Perth, Australia, in this handout image received July 12, 2016.    Oscar Konyukhov/Handout via REUTERS

Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov has landed safely in a field on a private property in West Australia after setting a world record for circumnavigating the world solo in a hot air balloon. The 64-year-old Konyukhov emerged from the balloon’s gondola after more than 11 days aloft expressing his appreciation for …

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Salter gives her paintings to Maiti Nepal


British artist and social activist Jan Salter who is now 90 years of age, donated 54 of her portrait paintings to Maiti Nepal. In a farewell program held for her at the organization, she handed over the paintings to AnuradhaKoirala, the founder and director of Maiti Nepal – a non-profit …

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People’s Review completes 25 years journey

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan It is obviously a matter of glory to inform our valued readers that with the publication of 49 issues in the past one year, People’s Review weekly has completed its 25 years journey. In the past 25 years, we experienced many ups and downs in the …

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Major parties towards serious confrontation


By Our Political Reporter After Speaker Omshari Ghartimagar suspended all the house business including endorsement of the Budget for the new fiscal year, the alliance government led by KP Sharma Oli has become very angry with the Maoist Center. Ghartimagar adjourned the House until 20 July with the purpose of …

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