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Former King not to offer Tika to general public


By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev is not going to offer Bada Dasain Tika to the general public this year. The former King, by maintaining the tradition, was offering Tika to general public in every Bada Dasain on the tenth day of the festival. This year, …

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Indian design to keep UML out of power

By Our Reporter As the UML took a patriotic stance in recent years, India has decided to punish the UML by keeping it out from power at least for the next ten years so that the party’s existence will be finished. In the local elections in No 2 province, India …

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NC leads, UML faces humiliating defeat in province 2


By Our Reporter Nepali Congress has emerged as the largest party in the local elections in Province-2 while the CPN-UML that emerged as the largest party in the first two phases of local elections held in other six provinces was pushed to a distant fifth position while vote counting of …

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Corrupt ministers harass competent, honest employees

By Our Reporter Corrupt ministers in the present jumbo-cabinet resort to any immoral and illegal activities to relieve the honest and competent boss of the government entities was once again exposed when Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation Jitendra Dev sought clarification from Sanjeev Gautam, director general of the Civil …

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Deuba meets SAARC leaders, but not Modi

By Our Reporter Kathmandu, Sept. 22: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba held separate bilateral meetings with the Heads of State/Government of SAARC countries. However, he did not hold any meeting with Indian Prime Minister Naredra Modi. On Thursday the Prime Minister held meetings with the leaders of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan …

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Trade deficit widens further

By Our Reporter The balance of payment (BoP) of the country recorded a deficit of Rs. 3.29 billion in the first month of the current fiscal year, according to a report of the Nepal Rastra Bank on the macroeconomic situation of the country. The widening trade deficit is blamed for …

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Israel supports beekeeping project


By Our Reporter The “Launching Ceremony of Beekeeping Project” of the Israeli INGO, Tevel b’Tzedek, was held on 20 September. The project is being supported by MASHAV-Israel’s Agency for Development Cooperation through the Embassy of Israel in Nepal. The proposal submitted by a MASHAV Alumni, Pradeep Neupane, who attended the …

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Wrong path


By PR Pradhan Read a news report stating that the government has decided to construct buildings for all the local bodies. The report further states that thousands of earthquake victims are compelled to celebrate their Dasain festival in temporary huts even after two years of the devastating earthquake. As the …

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Chinese Embassy observes founding day of China

By Our Reporter Chinese ambassador Ms Yu Hong hosted a reception on Sunday, 24 September, on the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. Chief gust at the ceremony was DPM BijayaGachhadar, who is also looking after the Prime Minister’s portfolio. On the …

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