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Kathmandu temporary capital of all provinces

By Our Reporter The government has finally stepped back from its previous plan to name the temporary capitals of the provinces due to the nationwide protests against the cities recommended by a committee formed to study the infrastructures of the potential provincial headquarters. Although the government had not named the …

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Police to seek news sources only through PCN

By Our Reporter Press Council Nepal (PCN) said that the police agreed not to seek the sources of news relating to the work appraisal performance report of former DIG Navaraj Silwal, which were published in some media. Instead the police agreed to deal all press-related issues only through the PCN …

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Former King, Queen receive warm welcome in West and Far West Nepal


By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra and Queen Komal were greeted by the Nepali people during their recent trip to Dang, Nepalgunj and other cities of western Tarai. A large number of people thronged Dang and Nepalgunj to receive the former royal couple. The people chanted slogans that the king …

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Principal of VS Niketan Dr Baburam Pokhrel no more


By Our Reporter Outgoing Member of Parliament and educationist Dr Baburam Pokharel passed away on Sunday. He was 67. Dr Pokharel, a heart patient, was rushed to the hospital after he fell down in the toilet at around 6:00 Sunday morning. He was however declared dead on arrival at 7:15 …

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US’s credibility increasingly at risk


BY M. R. JOSSE TAMPA, FL: Though this week’s write-up will focus on US foreign policy under President Donald Trump, mention must be made to the disarray infusing and infecting the body politic back home. NO SILVER BULLET I cannot but remind readers of his column in November entitled: “Panacea, …

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King Prithvi Narayan Shah the Great


BY DIRGHA RAJ PRASAI Prithvi Narayan Shah, who unified Nepal is the pride of this country. The great hero Prithvi Narayan Shah was born in Gorkha on 27 Pous 1779 B.S. Since 1768, a strong unitary sovereign nation was created with the involvement of the indigenous people. The indigenous people …

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Why rock the boat(s) when you don’t want to swim?

MB-Rock the boat-blog

BY MAILA BAJE As the unification/power ritual deepens on our theoretically triumphant left, the Nepali Congress-led government is exhibiting fewer signs of having been beaten. The Maoist Center, the putative half of those so eager to push Nepal’s red-hued rejuvenation, still holds on to ministerial berths although its representatives have …

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Discoursed Nepal


By PR Pradhan Today is the birth anniversary of King Prithivi Narayan Shah the Great, the founder of modern Nepal. After integration of Nepal, the Great King, in his Divine Counsels had stated, “Now Nepal is the real Hindusthan”. Christians had invaded India, the holy Hindu soil, thus, King Prithivi …

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Political Stability?


UML chairman KP Sharma Oli and Maoist Center (MC) chairman Pushpakamal Dahal are talking of political stability and economic prosperity since the election alliance between the UML and MC. They say that unification between UML and MC is sure as they have already received people’s mandate. However, delayed process in …

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