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CSC-Nepal delegation leaves for China

A six-member delegation of China Study Center-Nepal led by its Acting Chairman Sundar Nath Bhattarai left for Beijing on Sunday morning. The CSC delegation is on a visit to China at the invitation of China Association for International Friendly Contact (CAIFC), CSC’s counterpart organization in China. The bilateral exchange of …

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Nepal’s integrity and implementation of the constitution


By Shambhu Deo Constitution of Nepal Amidst of the discrepancies, Nepal promulgated the long awaited constitution on September 20, 2015 through the second Constituent Assembly with a 90 percent voting. A 12-Ponit Understanding signed with supportof some Indian political forces in Delhi, India, between the Seven Political Parties within the …

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China’s defense ability boosted by rocketry


By Hu Weijia  Eight hours before the launch of China’s largest and most powerful carrier rocket, the Long March-5, I felt a little surprised when I saw almost all the personnel with the rocket’s research team pray for good luck by eating steamed stuffed buns. The Chinese word for steam …

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Bangladesh buys two submarines from China


By AFP Bangladesh took delivery on Monday of its first submarines, bought from China, as it seeks to boost its naval power in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh paid a reported $203 million for the two submarines, a deal that reflects the country’s growing economic and defence ties with Beijing. …

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Beijing offers clues for Modi’s new anti-corruption moves

By Ai Jun Source In a startling and sudden move, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Tuesday last week that the country’s largest currency bills worth 500 and 1,000 rupees ($7.5 and $15) would be invalid starting at midnight on the same day to demonstrate that he is truly up …

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8th NEEK Electro-Tech from Nov 18


By Sushma Shrestha NEEK Electro-Tech 2016, an international electrical-electronic exhibition and symposium, is slated to open at Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition Hall on November 18. The event is being organized by the Federation of Electrical Entrepreneurs of Nepal (FEEN), an organization of entrepreneurs involved in electrical and electronic goods and services. …

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Nepal Bank enters 80th year


By Our Reporter The Nepal Bank Limited (NBL), the country’s oldest bank, has entered 80th year of its establishment from today. The bank that carries a history of starting the institutional banking services in the country has paid-up capital of Rs 5.49 billion. The government owns 62.21 per cent in …

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NIC Asia Bank’s seven additional branches


By Our Reporter NIC Asia Bank, one of the leading commercial banks of the country has extended its service at seven different places of the country in a single day. The bank stared its service by extending branches at Battar, Attaria, Lekhnath, Baglung, Birauta, Kawasoti and Daldade last Tuesday. With …

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Fuel storage plants in every district

The Ministry of Supplies has started laying the groundwork to build petroleum storage plants in all 75 districts of the country. The ministry is currently in the process of forming a team comprising officials of the Supplies Ministry, Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) and the Department of Supply Management. This team …

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Increasing Chinese airlines flights to Nepal


Chinese airlines, which had stopped their flights to Kathmandu due to earthquake and blockade, have resumed their services. Some Chinese airlines have also started to increase flight frequency to Kathmandu. China Southern Airlines, which had stopped its flights to Kathmandu a day after the blockade, resumed its service from August, …

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