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Return To Nationalism


By P. Kharel Even as Permanent Residency and Diversity Visa are becoming the name of a new anthem attracting Nepalis for greener pastures overseas, a slow and steady development is that a “nationalist” tag is no longer a derogatory description but a badge of honour. Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal, even prior …

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When the nation is defeated

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By Pushpa R. Pradhan   Finally, Delhi has demonstrated her political strength by showing its ownership on the Madheshi parties. This is not a surprise. The six Tarai centric political parties have been unified into the RastriyaJanata Party (RJP) under Indian initiative and support. The Indians have shown their ownership …

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Who will present the new budget?


By Our reporter The government, after a gentleman agreement with the Madheshi Front, has decided to hold local elections in two phases. The first phase election is scheduled to take place on 14 May and the second phase on 14 June. As per the constitution, the budget for the new …

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Indian grip on Nepal’s politics consolidated further

Government welcomes Indian influence By Our Reporter India has once again managed to dictate the ruling parties of Nepal by orchestrating an agreement to amend the constitution and hold the local elections in two phases.  India has been believed to have her hands both in uniting the six Madhes-based parties …

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DIG Silwal arrested and released in a dramatic manner


By Our Reporter Government’s prejudice against DIG Navaraj Silwal, who was one of the aspiring candidates for the post of IGP, was exposed on Monday when he was arrested from the home of advocate Shambhu Thapa. However, the high voltage drama staged by the government with an ill-intention ended in …

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Government unveils lists of insignificant achievements of nine months

By Our Reporter The government last week unveiled the achievements made by Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led governmentt in the last nine months, including mostly insignificant achievements. A lengthy press statement issued on Friday included 103 achievements made by the government. But most of the achievements were insignificant having no relations with …

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172 quake-damaged health institutions yet to be built

By Our Reporter Of the total 372 quake-damaged health institutions, only 200 of them have been prefabricated and 172 are yet to be reconstructed in disaster-resilient manner in two years after devastating earthquake of April 2015. According to the Ministry of Health (MoH), a total of 372 health facilities in …

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Essay Writing and Speech Competition held


By Our Reporter Pakistan Embassy Kathmandu organized award presentation ceremonies of Ambassador of Pakistan Essay Writing Competition – 2017 on Tuesday. Chief Gueston the occasion was Minister for EducationDhani Ram Poudel who presented awards to winning Nepalese students, who participated in these events. Students who secured first, second and third …

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