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Construction works of Melamchi Project stopped

Kathmandu, 22 April: Italian construction company CMC Rivena has stopped all construction works of the Melamchi Drinking Water Project for last two weeks. According to Senior Divisional Engineer Rajendra Prasad Pant, the construction company, the sole contractor of the Melamchi Project, is saying that due to lack of money to …

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“Not Nepal-India relations but Oli-Modi relations have improved”

Kathmandu, 22 April: Former prime minister and coordinator of the Naya Shakti Party, has said that PM Oli’s recent visit to India has improved relations between Oli and his Indian counterpart Modi. In an interview to Annapurna Post daily correspondent in Delhi, Aasha Thapaliya, explained: “Nepal-India relations are problematic in …

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‘No change in attitude’

Kathmandu, 22 April: The intense remonstration 19 days known as People’s Movement II (2006) has completed twelve years. On this occasion Kantipur daily has published views of those who actively participated in demonstration, in its opinion page. Professor Krishna Khanal laments on the unchanged attitude and behavior of political leaders …

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Unification message today

Kathmandu, 22 April: As the helmsmen of two large communist parties KP Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachand’ failed to sort out the differences relating to party unification, they are all set to address party cadres publicly assuring that two parties will unite sooner or later, reports Kantipur daily.  Earlier, …

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India breaches diplomatic norms

Kathmandu, 22 April: India’s hegemonic attitude has not changed despite high level parleys at the level Prime Minister. Hardly two weeks have passed and the promises that were made are broken. In a blatant move, New Delhi has breached all established norms and values of diplomacy with regard to dealing …

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Chinese officials agree to report

Kathmandu, 22 April: Chinese security authorities would report vehicular accident to the Nepali authorities in the border area if any containers met with accident in Chinese territory. Chinese security officials agreed to report such accidents to Rasuwa Police if such incidents took place on the way to Kerung from Rauwagadhi …

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Nepal outlines five priority areas under BRI

Kathmandu, 21 April:  Nepal has put in priority the transport connectivity, cross border transmission line, modernization of agriculture, promotion of tourism and people to people relations under the Belt and Road Initiative. Talking to media persons at TIA upon his arrival from China on Saturday, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep …

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Compensation for ex-Gurkhas

Kathmandu, 21 April: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the Government of Nepal would take concrete steps and hold talks with the British Government to address the demands of the Ex-Gurkhas, who served in the British Army. At a meeting with a delegation of Gurkha Army Ex-Servicemen’s Organisation …

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Madhyapur Mayor assaulted

  Bhaktapur, 21 April: Mayor of Madhyapur Thimi Municipality Madan Sundar Shrestha has been assaulted by two unidentified persons this evening.  He was attacked with the iron rods and has sustained legs, hands and head injuries, according to police. Mayor Shrestha is receiving treatment in Madhyapur Thimi Hospital. People’s News …

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Royal Bengal Tiger found dead

  Kathmandu, 20 April:  A rare Royal Bengal Tiger was found dead at Panchakanya Community Forest of Ratnanagar, Chitwan, National News Agency (RSS) reports from Chitwan. The tiger was found dead today. It was seen playing in water and jungle nearby the area the day before, said district forest officer …

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