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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Former King to visit Orissa

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra, to grace the Pattabhishek Panchavish was hantibarshapurti Festival of the 145th Shree Majjagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Nischalandasaraswoti, has scheduled to visit Shreegovardanmath Puripith, Orissa, India on 5 February. The former King is leaving for Orissa on 5 February, according to a press note issued by …

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Muglin-Narayangarh road remains shut in the afternoon

By Our Reporter The Muglin-Narayangarh road section, where the road widening work is going on, has again closed for the afternoon from Saturday. The Local Administration, Narayangarh-Muglin Road Project, Consultant and Contractor Company jointly decided to shut the road in the afternoon from Saturday to expedite the construction works. The …

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Security guard insecure in Kathmandu

By Our Reporter A security guard was murdered at Machchhebahal of Kathmandu Sunday night, signaling that Kathmandu is becoming insecure in the night time. Tul Bahadur Tamang of Mawapauwa-2 of Dolakha district who worked as a security guard at East West Securities was found lying unconscious at Machchhebahal. He was …

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Japanese contribution for Nepal’s air space safety

By Our Reporter 1992 saw two catastrophic air accidents, in which a Thai Airways plane and a Pakistan International Airlines plane clashed in a very short interval. Responding toastrong desire of the Nepal government that such accidents shall not be repeated, the Japan government, since 1994, has been implementing various …

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Taking care of tomorrow


BY MAILA BAJE Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and his Nepali Congress have improvised an innovative coping mechanism for the party’s dismal electoral performance. By exhibiting its version of Churchillian magnanimity in defeat, the caretaker government has begun to agitate the incoming leftist administration. The series of populist measures Deuba …

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NC’s future


By PR Pradhan After the shameful defeat in the elections of federal parliaments and House of Representatives, NC leaders are engaged in blaming each other for the unexpected election results. People’s Review had, so far, forecast about the NC’s fate long before the elections that if NC will continue to …

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Davos Fallout: SAARC


For the knowledgeable, Nepali sovereignty had traversed much from the early fifties when India could suggest their advice in Nepal seeking third country Colombo Plan advisors to the mid-seventies when Nepal on her own could host the Colombo Plan Consultative Committee Meeting. The country’s growing role in the non-aligned movement …

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World Economic Forum & the Plight of the Global Order

BY PRABASI NEPALI As a New York real estate billionaire tycoon, Donald Trump was never invited to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos in the Swiss Alps, but as the president of the most powerful state and leading economy of the world, he was, of course, very welcome. Last …

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NC’s Opportunity in Opposition


BY P. KHAREL By any measure, the closing two months of the year 2017 deep down witnessed the Nepali Congress in a terrible distress. Its cultivation of a penchant for downgrading any prospect of a communist government proved to be the chief cause of its undoing. The decisive defeat suffered …

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