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Amending or scrapping the constitution?


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan   The political parties have been divided on the issue of amendment of the constitution for the second time. NC and MC coalition government is trying to amend the constitution to please their Indian bosses. UML has warned that as the amendment in the constitution is …

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Constitution amendment becomes knottier

By Our Reporter The government has registered the constitution amendment bill in the Parliament on Tuesday night. PM Pushpakamal Dahal said that after he got assurance from the Tarai centric parties that they would go for elections if the constitution is amended. Therefore, Dahal said that the government had registered …

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Foreign puppets’ definition of nationalism

By Our Reporter Those known to be confidant of India such as Bimalendra Nidhi, Krishna Shitaula, Baburam Bhattarai are defining nationalism in a different way. They are frequently using Mahendra-path to denounce the patriotic people in the country. However, after knowing their behavior, people are convinced that King Mahendra was …

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How long to sleep?


By PR Pradhan The Nepali people are in a deep sleep even when enemies are creating conspiracy to capture their own houses. Those slaves of India, who have appeared as our leaders, are initiating conspiracy one after another to make us refugee in our own motherland. How long should we …

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Artificial load-shedding in the country!

BY PRAJWAL SHRESTHA Energy Minister Janardan Sharma has claimed that he would not issue the load-shedding schedule even during the dry season. After Sharma assumed the office, he changed the previous chief of the Nepal Electricity Authority by assigning Kulman Ghishing. After Ghishing assumed office, the scenario has been changed. …

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Soaltee Hotel observes Golden Jubilee


By Our Reporter Soaltee Crowne Plaza, one among the pioneer hotels in the country observed its golden jubilee amidst a function last week. Founded by late prince Himalaya Bir Bikram Shah and late princess Princep Rajya Laxmi Devi Shah in 1965, the Hotel was inaugurated by the then King Mahendra. …

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NA sees possibility of unrest in Nepal


By Our Reporter With the fate of the constitution becoming uncertain owing to the growing difference among the key political forces over the constitution amendment proposal,  Chief of the  Army Staff Rajendra Chettri  has asked the NA officials to face the challenges. COAS Chhetri made the comment recently hinting that …

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Incidents of cow slaughtering on rise

By Our Reporter   With the massive conversion drive launched in the support of the Kathmandu-based western mission, incidents of cow slaughtering have increased across the country. Killing cow hurts the religious sentiment of the Nepalese people and the Christians, mostly the Maoists, have intensified the anti-cultures activities. Although police …

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