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Israel celebrates 69 years of independence,marks jubilee years

By Our Reporter Israel Embassycelebratedthe 69th Independence Day of Israelamidst a special functionon 4 May. On the occasion, Ambassador Yaron Mayer hosted a reception which was attended by Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun as the chief guest. The reception was largely attended by hundreds of distinguished guests.The guests included high …

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When will Dahal handover power to Deuba?

By Our Reporter Sources close to Baluatar claim that Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal is willing to handover power to NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba but only after presenting the budget of the new fiscal year. In the latest agreement, Dahal had proposed to Deuba that he would conduct the first …

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Thank you, Ms. Pelosi, but…

By Maila Baje Terms like resignation, impeachment and restoration are swirling around us and yet the United States believes it can take a leaf from Nepal’s constitution. Since it’s former US House of Representative Speaker Nancy Pelosi who made that remark in Kathmandu the other day, you can take it …

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Disaster in waiting for the country

By D. M Thapa The media and the political parties in power started it all. There has been much hullabaloo about the local election that will take place within a few days. But what will the country and countrymen get out of it is still unknown. The political leaders give …

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New generation at higher risk with myopia

By Sushant Shrestha If you want to avoid your child having vision issues later in life then let them go into the outdoors. It is a message from researchers looking into an expected increase in the worldwide rate of short-sightedness.The World Health Organization (WHO) has said short-sightedness, or myopia, already …

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Yes, this is “loktantra”

By PR Pradhan The impeachment motion against Supreme Court Chief Justice Sushila Karki and the Supreme Court verdict against the impeachment motion and reinstatement of CJ Karki demonstrate a serious battle between the executive and judiciary, which is quite unfortunate. These two events can be taken as evidence that the …

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Transient Still

A consistent but permeable factor hindering the elections scheduled this Sunday is the virtual absence of public trust in the politics of our country. One thing is for sure though. Despite the public meanderings our political class must make sure that the electoral democracy they espouse must be sealed and …

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Non-glorious Organs of Society

By P. Kharel In Nepal, INGOs and their minions among NGOs script for everything peopleshould do!Although their declared purpose is to serve the needy, many of them work as intruders, overstaying their welcome and operating with far less transparency than what they recommend the local institutions and people. Identity and …

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