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Support for Oli conducive to China-Nepal cooperation

BY AI JUN Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who was appointed to the post in February, won a historic vote of confidence with a three-quarters majority in the House of Representatives at Nepal’s Federal Parliament on Sunday, according to The Kathmandu Post. Such overwhelming support will guarantee the nation’s …

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‘The US-Bangla crash was inevitable’

BY SHOHEL MAMUN The US-Bangla Airlines plane crash at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, which claimed at least 50 lives, was inevitable, according to a professional pilot. The claim may sound outrageous, but the pilot, whose identity will not be revealed considering his job safety, told his colleague, another …

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Myth drives the truth

Shastra Dutta Panta

BY PROF. DR. SHASTRA DUTTA PANT I realized that the making others understand the truth is difficult job. Applying an innovative, new and dynamic idea, however excellent, is not easily accepted, the authorities concerned do not understood. It is very difficult to translate the society like ours. I started a …

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More powerful than the king

BY YUBARAJ GHIMIRE Nepal’s Supreme Court witnessed bizarre scenes last week. A senior judge gave a statement declaring that the Chief Justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli had attained superannuation on the grounds of age, seven months ago. A day after the statement, eight judges refused to hold the bench in solidarity …

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BRI in context of peace, sustainability

BY IQBAL THE Indian Ocean Region (IOR), an important trade zone of the world, includes a wide variety of races, cultures, and religions. Today, the true spirit of Silk Route is being considered a historic and cultural heritage of India Ocean Region (IOR) that symbolizes communication and cooperation between the …

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Nepal seeks harmony, not hegemony, from its neighbors


BY NARAYAN ADHIKARI In Nepal, a country that is moving toward political stability, Bidya Devi Bhandari on Tuesday was re-elected president for a second term. On October 28, 2015, Bhandari was elected as the first female president of Nepal, as a candidate from the left alliance. Very soon, the country …

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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 …

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Friendly football match held

By Our Reporter To encourage street children’s football team which is selected to play Street Children World 2018 in Russia from Nepal, friendly football match was held between the street children and Sunrise Bank staffers’ team on 17 March at the ANFA Football Ground in Satdobato, Lalitpur. Nepal’s street children’s …

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