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Tribute to great poet Bhanubhakta

By Dirgha Raj Prasai Today, 29 Asar is the 204th memorial birthday of the great pioneer poet Bhanubhakta  Acharya. Bhanubhakta was born on 29th Asar 1871 B.S. at Chundi Ramgha of Tanahun district and died at the same place in 1925 B.S. Babubhaka translated the Ramayan  into Nepali and so …

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Tibet sanguinity in the Sikkim missive?

By Maila Baje If the Indians seem to be shrugging off China’s latest threat to support Sikkim’s independence against the backdrop of growing tensions on their Himalayan frontier, they have good reason. Admittedly, the former Himalayan kingdom was incorporated into the Indian union through a series of highly underhanded maneuvers. …

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Land Mafias must be crushed

By D.M.Thapa Kathmandu used to be a peaceful place. The other parts of Nepal were more peaceful. But times have changed, land has become very dear even in remote villages, in Kathmandu it has become the best thing any person can own. As all facilities including the country’s only international …

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Just a dream

By PR Pradhan Kulman Ghishing, managing director of Nepal Electricity Authority, speaking at an interaction programme in Ramechhap on Saturday said that Nepal can generate 25 thousand MW electricity just from the Saptakoshi Corridor. Quoting a survey conducted by JICA in 1985, Ghishing informed that the report has shown the …

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Wait and Watch

The conclusion of the second phase elections finally brings politics to a legislature that has for very tactful reasons evidently remained in the backseat to bring public focus to the holding of the polls. The third phase of the elections due in a little over two months as currently scheduled …

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The Toll of Local Polls

By P. Kharel Now that the first two phases of local polls are over, one can take stock of the situation, whatever the fate and outcome of the third phase scheduled for autumn.As was the case in the first phase earlier, the second phase, last fortnight, too, gave the main …

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Dramatic developments on international, regional and national fronts

BY M.R. JOSSE GAITHERSBURG, MD: The past week saw portentous developments on the international, regional and national fronts. The G-20 summit in Hamburg was its dominant foci because it was the venue of the first tête-à-tête between the American and Russian presidents. It was, however, nearly overshadowed by North Korea’s …

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Increasing anti-China activities in Nepal

By Prem Sagar Poudel Nepal has maintained the policy that she would not allow any activities against its neighbouring countries. Furthermore, Nepal has maintained “One China Policy”. Has Nepal maintained these policies in practice, it is a burning question! Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader of the US House of Representatives, when …

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STC observing 50th AGM

By Our Reporter Salt Trading Corporation Limited (STC) is observing its 50th Annual General Meeting (AGM) today. The corporation had a transaction of Rs 7 arba 83 crore during its fiscal year FY 2072/73 it made a profit of Rs61 crore and 24 lakhs.Divisional ManagerBrajeshKumar Jhainformed that  even though the …

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