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If China wants to help Nepal then why not?

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BY N.P. UPADHYAYA The sudden arrival of the Pakistan Prime Minister Abbasi to Nepal on a formal visit and the kind of reception and welcome he was accorded while being in Kathmandu has almost broke the vertebral column of the Indian regime to the extent that someone called Arun Bajpayi, …

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Visiting rights and wrongs

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BY MAILA BAJE Our sparkling-new Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali’s eagerness to have the Chinese and Indian leaders visit Nepal this year is understandable. Few Nepalis would quibble with Gyawali’s assertion that such high-level visits would help not only to strengthen bilateral relations but also to secure new avenues of cooperation. …

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Not an odd at all

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By PR Pradhan Last week, the fuel transporters in the East Nepal launched strike as a protest against the Nepal Oil Corporation’s decision to lock-up tankers carrying fuel. It is clear to understand that the fuel transporters were involved in manipulation of the fuel quantity. When NOC wanted to curb …

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Loosing Nepali Identity?

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There is no doubt that the new constitution was drafted by the political leaders under the instruction of the foreign powers, specially, by those who are campaigning for Christianity in Nepal. Already, it has been proved that this constitution and governance mechanism is not going to benefit the nation and …

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Bizarre U.S. Foreign Policy: Trump Sacks Secretary of State Tillerson

BY PRABASI NEPALI “Surround yourself with the best people you can find, delegate authority, and don’t interfere as long as the policy you’ve decided upon is being carried out.” -Ronald Reagan Anyone following American politics, especially foreign policy can judge to what extent President Donald Trump has been following the …

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South Asia’s Worst

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BY P. KHAREL Shocks after shocks never cease to chase us Nepalis. We never seem to have enough. The executive branch of government has since many decades been reduced to a pack of incompetent and more often than not corrupt while agents of the people have all but succeeded in …

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State Council strives for better governance with institutional reshuffle

Editor’s Note: A massive cabinet restructuring plan was passed Saturday at a plenary meeting of the ongoing first session of the 13th National People’s Congress. There will be 26 ministries and commissions in addition to the General Office of the State Council after the reshuffle. The institutional reform has shown …

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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

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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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