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Formal Royal couple visiting Western Nepal

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra and former Queen Komal are scheduled to fly for Nepalgunj today. According to a press note issued by former King’s Press Secretariat, the former Royal couple is scheduled to visit Mid-Western and Far-Western regions of the country. It is learnt that the former King …

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Two Nepali books on China released in Beijing

By Our Reporter Embassy of Nepal in Beijing, China with the support of Chinese Culture Translation and Studies Support and Beijing Language and Culture University hosted the event around the theme of ‘Cultural Exchanges and Mutual Learning among Civilizations’ on 21 December. During the event, two books on China ‘Trans-Himalayan …

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Court allows Ncell to take its profit from Nepal

By Our Reporter The Supreme Court has cleared the way for telecom company Ncell to repatriate its dividend from Nepal. A division bench of Justices Om Prakash Mishra and Kedar Prasad Chalise on Sunday allowed repatriation of profits earned by Ncell. The government had barred dividend repatriation until the issue …

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The fine print on Trump’s new security strategy

By M. R. Josse TAMPA, FL: Last week, I promised to proffer some observations on US President Donald Trump’s unveiling, December 6, of a new national security strategy. The strategy document, the preparation of which was overseen by Trump’s national security adviser, Lt. Gen. McMaster, placed China and Russia in …

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Court allows Ncell to take its profit from Nepal

By Our Reporter The Supreme Court has cleared the way for telecom company Ncell to repatriate its dividend from Nepal. A division bench of Justices Om Prakash Mishra and Kedar Prasad Chalise on Sunday allowed repatriation of profits earned by Ncell. The government had barred dividend repatriation until the issue …

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Worst days ahead

PR Pradhan The Secretary in the Federal Affairs Management Ministry has remarked that if he relied on the elected representatives of the local bodies, federalism could fail. It is clear that the ministry which is for successful adoption of federalism, is not satisfied from the performance of the newly elected …

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Seeing what we don’t see

By Maila Baje Behind the demonstrable post-election squabbling may lurk any number of things. The leftist alliance’s resounding poll victory has laid bare the perils of political preemption as an electoral strategy. The unification of the Marxist-Leninist and Maoist factions of our communist fraternity is proving trickier than their votaries …

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The Lie

The haste to tell our world that federal, secular, republican Nepali constitution has now entered its implementation phase after some two years of promulgation is proving the bane. The constitution is at best incomplete since our new ‘kings’ have yet to concur on exactly how those voted for in the …

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Trump’s National Security Policy Hoax

By Prabasi Nepali President Donald Trump’s first “National Security Strategy” 55-page report could have been written by any of his predecessors. It emphasizes all the great qualities which have been expected not only by its citizens, but also by friends and allies – the primacy of US leadership in world …

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