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Monthly Archives: April 2017

RPP submits another memorandum to EC

By Our Reporter Rastriya Prajatantra Party has submitted a memorandum to the Election Commission asking the latter to review its decision to remove ‘Hindu State’ and ‘Monrachy’ from the party’s constitution. Party vice chair Buddhiman Tamang submitted the memorandum on behalf of party president KamalThapa on Sunday. The EC a …

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A pocket guide to the birds of Nepal


A pocket guide to the birds of Nepal is a book where photo of birds and their description is written. Images from non-digital media as early as 1992 to recent digital ones as of October 2016 have been included. In this book there are collections of some common and uncommon …

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Flashback: Freedom, Fluster And Fatalism


By Maila Baje Viewed from a section of the south, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s northern sojourn was a damp squib. That the Maoists’, like their ideologically disparate forerunners in power, never intended to set off fireworks, was beside the point. Beijing, according to the dominant Indian media storyline, did …

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Supreme Court writes PM to arrest Dhungel

By Our Reporter The Supreme Court had written Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal to arrest former lawmaker and Maoist leader Bal Krishna Dhungel after the latter warned of attacking judges, including Chief Justice Karki. Dhungel had said in Ramechhap that he would tear the thighs of the judges who issued …

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Former Princess Prearana recovering her health

By Our Reporter Former Princess Prearana Rajya Laxmi Devi Singh was admitted to Norvic International Hospital on the 7th of April 2017 for the treatment of Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis. She is making good recovery with the weakness of the left leg having improved significantly, she is now able to …

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PM Dahal suffering from diarrhea

The day when PM Pushpakamal Dahal made the commitment to quit alcohol and cigarette, the same evening, he suffered from diarrhea. As we know, of late, comrade Prachanda has developed the habit of drinking expensive important licker every evening. May be, when he tried to quit such licker, his digestive …

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Hoodwinking to China?


It has become very clear that the present Maoist Center and Nepali Congress government was formed to curb the agreements between Nepal and China on mutual cooperation. The previous government led by KP Sharma Oli had signed ten important agreements with China. They include agreements on trade and transportation; import …

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Sir, I, a SEE attended student, who istemporally staying in Kathmandu,would like to draw the attention of all the readers through your Weekly. I am writing to express my concern over the government’s plan toprovide Kathmandu with Melamchi Drinking Water. I know this a very essential project, but right now …

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Election Spanners


The word now is tarai-madhes. It appears that our caste-ism politics finds the use of neither of the two words alone adequate. The scene shifts there again after parties fighting for the rights of that region have decided not only to boycott the local level elections outright but to disrupt …

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Turkey’s Referendum: Crucial & Historic

By Prabasi Nepali Turkey’s Referendum: Crucial & Historic Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has narrowly won last Sunday’s referendum to expand presidential powers, which could keep him in office until 2029. The “Yes” campaign won 51.37 percent and “No” 48.63 percent. Erdogan supporters claim replacing the parliamentary system (and abolishing …

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