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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Indian Hybrid warfare’s strategy

BY JASPAL THE India and other adversaries have been successfully operating hybrid warfare techniques to bleed Pakistan. They failed to coerce or frighten Islamabad with their conventional and nuclear weapons mighty arsenals. The India under Modi government has been making alliances and devising new trade routes to Afghanistan and Iran …

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The permanence of transition

The vicious cycle of corruption and misrule must be broken By Bihari Krishna Shrestha The latest narrative dished out by our “occupational” and largely corrupt  political class has been that with the completion of the upcoming election to provincial and federal legislatures Nepal’s long-running saga of so-called “political transition” will …

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Abundant gratitude, in life and death

By Maila Baje In death, Kirti Nidhi Bista has been appropriately eulogized for his indefatigable defense of the nation’s interests and for his spotless persona as a public figure. Bista’s first term as premier (1969-1970) is remembered for his decision to remove Indian military checkposts and liaison office as part …

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Government’s childish behavior

By Our Reporter How serious are our leaders in completing key infrastructural projects in the course of transforming Nepal into a prosperous nation, is a burning question as all the big rivers having huge potentiality of hydropower generation have already been sold to India and the Indians are occupying these …

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Cricket: Nepal wins India

By Our Reporter Nepal has produced a rare win against India by 19 runs in ACC U-19 Asia Cup at Malaysia on Sunday. It was the first win of Nepal over India in cricket. Dipendra Singh Airee, who shined with both bat and ball, was crucial in the historic win. …

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International digital art exhibition held in Kathmandu

By Our Reporter For the first time of its kind, the Chinese international digital art exhibition on Tibetan cultural heritage was held in Kathmandu last week. The exhibition, jointly organized by Xinhua News Agency and China Mobile Tibet Company was inaugurated by Vidyasundar Shakya, mayor, Kathmandu Metropolis on 10 November, …

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Metro rail in Kathmandu!

By Our Reporter The government has decided to conduct a study to build a metro-rail in the Kathmandu Valley. A recent meeting chaired by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and attended by chairman of the Investment Board Maha Prasad Adhikari decided to conduct a study and prepare the detailed project …

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CIAA opens file against ex-secretaries, ex-Police IGP

By Our Reporter The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority seems to have sharpened its tooth again. The CIAA that drew criticism for not taking any action against Gopal Khadka of the Nepal Oil Corporations has activated its anti-corruption drive after Khadka’s transfer to the Ministry. This time, the …

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Kyirung-Kathmandu-Pokhara-Lumbini railway possible

By Our Reporter A Chinese technical team that recently made field visits to Kyirung, Pokhara, Lumbini and Kathmandu concluded that Kyirung-Kathmandu-Pokhara-Lumbini railway was possible. The 23-member high-level team, led by Zheng Jian, Vice Minister of the National Railway Administration of the People’s Republic of China, and officials of the Railway …

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Biplav targets the Maoist leaders

By Our  Reporters The Maoist leaders who hurled and exploded bombs, ambushed the police vehicles and the public buses and killed the innocent people and those serving in the Nepal army and the Nepal Police brutally for 10 years are now become the target of the bombs and ambushes. Of …

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