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Perceived chaos in America as Xi-Putin consolidate power

BY M. R. JOSSE NEW YORK, NY: Although things political back home are finally falling into place with the K.P. Sharma Oli-led coalition charging ahead on a steadier wicket than has been Nepal’s lot lately, a number of contradictory or worrisome out-of-kilter developments are perceptible. EU INTERFERENCE Topping the latter …

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Intelligence and Nepal scenario

BY PROF DR. SHASTRA DUTTA PANT Even today each country consists of an intelligence agency asa government Department. However, the dealing of such agency is entirely different, the more immoral, the more terroristic and the more inhuman. The institution collects, analyzes and exploits valuable information. It is supposed to protect …

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Tibet makes progress in poverty battle

LHASA, March 14 (Xinhua) — Herders who live at the foot of Mount Qomolangma are preparing for the coming mountain-climbing season in May. About 7,500 people live in the Zhaxizom Township in Dingri County of Tibet Autonomous Region, at the foot of the world’s highest mountain. Renting tents, as well …

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Tibet designates grain growing areas to ensure output

LHASA, March 16 (Xinhua) — Tibet Autonomous Region in southwest China has designated highland barley and wheat plantation areas to improve farming efficiency and ensure grain output. According to the regional agriculture and animal husbandry department, a total of 27,667 ha.in Lhasa, Xigaze and Shannan will start integrated farming from …

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Tibet welcomes 18th listed firm

LHASA, March 20 (Xinhua) — China’s securities regulator has approved the IPO application of a Tibetan securities firm, which will bring the number of listed companies to 18 in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. Registered in the plateau region in 1997, China Lin Securities mainly offers securities transaction and investment …

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US trade policy destabilizes global economy

BY ZHAO MINGHAO Stocks fell sharply after the US President Donald Trump administration threatened to launch a trade war against China, showing how trade conflict hurts the world economy. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the West’s leading economic think tank, warned that a trade war prompted by US …

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Nepal: From land-locked to land-linked

BY PUJAB RAJ PRADHAN Beijing: Sandwiched between economic, military and geographic giants India in the south, east, and west and China in the north, tiny Nepal was eclipsed to the outside world until Nepal was admitted to the United Nations in 1955. Since then, India has long exerted an influence …

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Reelection of Xi, Putin worries West

By Our Reporter Xi Jinping in China and Vladimir Putin in Russia were reelected as Presidents with a big margin of votes, sending ripples to the Western world.  The European and the US leaders were so shocked by the reelection of Putin that they had not even greeted him two …

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PM to make his first step to Delhi

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is planning to visit New Delhi in April as his first foreign visit after assuming the office of chief executive. Oli wants to end his bitter relations that were witnessed in his first term as the prime minister. A highly placed source …

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