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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Calling a spade a spade!

BY SHAUKAT IT needs no justification or clarification that Indian media is expert in creating controversies and culpabilities and later deny the facts smartly. Constructing manipulations on Yadav issue is an old saga now which began when he was captured in March 2016. India has never accepted Pakistan’s creation and …

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Stalemate in smooth transfer of power?

BY DR. RAJENDRA B. SHRESTHA Nepali electorate has decided they want an end to political instability that has impeded development as a result of no one party winning a majority to form a stable government for the full term in the past. The new election results clearly indicate a comfortable …

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Rule of law not contradictory to religious freedom

The Western media has recently launched a new round of attacks against freedom of religion in China. The demolition of an illegal church in the Shanxi Province city of Linfen, and the trials of a few cults who call themselves Christians have been portrayed by some media outlets as China …

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Shanghai to send 1.1 mln tourists to Tibet

SHANGHAI, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) — Shanghai will send 1.1 million tourists to Tibet in the next three years as part of an action plan to aid the development of the remote southwestern region. The plan was signed by the Shanghai and Tibet tourism authorities on Friday. Shanghai has been supporting …

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New Nepal can be built only by preserving old Nepal: Former King

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev has stated that only by preserving old Nepal, we can build new Nepal. Extending greetings to all the Nepalis on the historical occasion of the 296th birth anniversary of founder of modern Nepal King Prithivi Narayan Shah the Great and …

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National Assembly election announced

By Our Reporter The government has finally announced the date of the National Election for February 7. A Cabinet meeting held on Friday took the decision to this effect paving the way for the formation of Upper House. The decision came at a time when the left alliance of CPN-UML …

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Deuba Government yet to appoint province chiefs

By Our Reporter Against the expectation, the government did not appoint the governors of the provinces on Monday. Earlier, even the ministers had said that the governors would be appointed on Monday. But they were not appointed. In absence of the state governors, the Election Commission has been unable to …

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Nepal’s trade deficit widens with all major trade partners

By Our Reporter Nepal has failed to diversify its international trade as well as lessen the trade deficit with its major trade partners like India, Germany, China and Bangladesh. This was revealed in the statistics of the Trade and Export Promotion Centre (TEPC). However, Nepal’s trade with the US has …

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