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Left alliance may occupy minimum 30 seats

By Our Reporter The Left alliance has claimed that it might bag minimum 24 to 30 seats in the first phase election held on 26 November. In the first phase elections held in 32 upper hill districts and 37 electoral constituencies. According to reports in Drishti vernacular weekly, in the …

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Outlook of Tibet under new era after the 19th NCCPC


By Our Reporter Nepali journalists and academicians as well as Tibetan journalists and academicians discussed on Nepal-Tibet and China relations under new era after the 19th NCCPC in China. Nepal becoming the member of BRI club, Nepal and China’s wish to construct railway line from Kerung to Kathmandu, upgrading road …

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Global IME Bank opens more 3 branchless banks


By Our Reporter Global IME Bank has started branchless banking service in Brahmadev of the Bhimdatta Municipality and Krishnapur Municipality in Kanchanpur, Parshuram Municipality in Dadheldhura Municipality. Local residents Rimesh Bahadur Khadka, Bharat Mahata and Bimala Kumari Bohara respectively been appointed as the representatives to operate Bank’s branchless service. The …

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Name and logo of NB Insurance Company changed


By Our Reporter As per the decision of the 20th annual general meeting of the NB Insurance Company and after approval from the Insurance Committee, the management has changed the name and logo of the Company. Now, the Company will operate its service with the new name IME General Insurance …

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Elections: contradictions enmeshed in geopolitical tussle


BY M.R. JOSSE NEW YORK, NY: As I pen this column, the first phase of Nepal’s two-step elections for seven provincial and one national assembly has been concluded with the next scheduled to be held on December 7. Before proceeding further, recall that these polls represent the very first of …

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Could this be what the Dalai Lama meant?


BY MAILA BAJE The outrage that continues over the Dalai Lama’s recent assertion that Lord Buddha was born in India is understandable. If the Ocean of Wisdom who draws every drop from the Enlightened One’s eternal waters doesn’t have his facts straight on this one, might the Almighty even deign …

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Nepal only producing political leaders


We have 753 local bodies and in future, it may increase. We have seven provinces and it may increase in the future. As per the constitution, there will be 165 directly elected members of parliament and 110 members of parliament elected through proportional system. In the seven provinces, we will …

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Political Decay


Yes. Exactly a week from today Thursday the cycle of elections augured in by the promulgation of the constitution two years ago will have concluded. That is, again, if nothing crops up in between. It is actually this rider that is key to the environment of distrust prompted by the …

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