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Bhoko Ghar at Theatre Mall

Eminent playwright Govinda Malla Gothale’s distinguished one-act play ‘Bhoko Ghar’ is being staged at the Theatre Mall in the Capital. The play will is directed by Kedar Shrestha. Written in the ‘70s, the play revolves around crises the Nepali middle-class families go through. The play narrates a feud that arises …

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Miss Puerto Rico crowned Miss World 2016

Stephanie del Valle of Puerto Rico was crowned Miss World 2016, edging out runners-up from the Dominican Republic and Indonesia, and beauties from around the globe. Del Valle, 19, is a brown-eyed brunette student who speaks Spanish, English and French, and hopes to get into the entertainment industry. Crowned on …

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Wishing bloody conflict or peace?

Now, it is upto the political leaders whether they want to restore peace or invite a bloody conflict! One section of the leaders, specially, NC and MC, are trying to amend the constitution to please their Indian bosses. On the other hand, UML is taking strong stance against the amendment. …

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India’s ill-intention on Nepal

It has already been more than two decades since endorsement of the Mahakali Treaty between Nepal and India in 1996. During the time of endorsement, our leaders in favour of endorsement of the treaty were making big claims. This scribe remembers, Pashupati Shumsher Rana was the minister for water resources. …

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Political dilemma continues

By Our Reporter The Supreme Court has asked the government to give reasons for amendment of the constitution. UML has initiated the signature collection drive by collecting signatures of the MPs opposing the constitution amendment move to show that the government lacks two-thirds majority to endorse the amendment bill registered …

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What we expect from China?

By Our Reporter China is closely observing activities here which are aimed at destabilizing China. Although the leaders are time and again repeating Nepal’s outstanding “one China policy” but in practice, they are serving anti-China elements. One such example is the meeting of NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba with the …

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Ambassador Rae is going home soon

By Our Reporter Indian ambassador Ranjit Rae is said to be returning home after completing his tenure here. Of late, Rae has been dragged into controversy as he is being alleged for intervening in Nepal’s internal affairs. After last week’s lunch meeting with the Madheshi Front leaders, some student leaders …

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Dahal’s worry

By Our Reporter These days, Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal has started to feel that they may lose the “achievements”. He has seen serious threats to federalism and republic. Unfortunately, he has not seen the threat of losing sovereignty and independence of the nation. Dahal is performing total surrendersim to India …

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Finally, back to Mangalman

By Our Reporter Now, the leaders of the major political parties are planning to hold the local bodies’ elections to give the message that the constitution is in the process of implementation. As the NC and MC efforts to amend the constitution were failed, the leaders of the three big …

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India intends to capture Nepal’s hydropower

By Our Reporter Indian intention to capture and monopolise Nepal’s water resources was revealed last week. The new directives issued by India on cross-border trade of electricity have discouraged other countries and non-Indian companies from investing in export-oriented hydropower projects in Nepal. The conditions mentioned in the new directives will …

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