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Xi-Modi informal talks in Nepali media

Kantipur daily of 28 April has posted a report on Xi-Modi one-on-one talks. The daily has described that after the Doklam standoff both India and China were unable to clean their hearts totally. India has not participated in the BRI, however, India is the founding member of the Asian Infrastructure …

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Monorail in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, 29 April: Chain has put forth a proposal to Nepal government relating to construction of monorail in Kathamdnu Valley. This news has been widely covered by all print media of today. A Chinese company named CRCC has stated in its proposal submitted to Kathmandu Metropolitan City that a monorail …

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Outer Ring Road construction

Kathmandu, 29 April: Finally the long awaited outer Ring Road construction work is being expedited as the meeting of the Council of Ministers held on April 17 endorsed the Detailed Project Report. According to Baahrahari.com, a news portal, the process of land acquisition is taken forward for the construction of …

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Nepal stands steadfast

Kathmandu, 29 April: Nepal has stood steadfast on all issues relating to Pancheshwor Multipurpose Project, overseen by Pancheshwor Development Authority (PDA). Twenty-three years have elapsed and no progress has been made so far. Against such backdrop, Nepal stood steadfast on all issues at a meeting of PDA held in Kathmandu, …

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IGC meet concludes

Kathmandu, 29 April: The Nepal-India Inter Governmental Committee meeting has agreed to amend the trade and transit treaty. The Secretary level meeting has agreed to review and amend the treaty, according to Gorkhapatra daily.   People’s News Monitoring Service

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A gift for China captured

Kathmandu, 29 April: A male rhino to be gifted to China has been captured from the Chitwan National Park on Saturday evening, reports Kantipur daily. “We in the beginning had a plan to capture a female rhino, which was aborted however due to unfavorable environment. The approximately two-year-old rhino was …

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STC defies directives

Kathmandu, 29 April: The Ministry of Health is taking a tough step against the Surya Tobacco Company, which is avoiding implementation of the anti-tobacco directives. The Ministry will take action against the Company for flouting the directives, said Minister of State for Health Padma Aryal. “Despite repeated calls, the Company …

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Nepal welcomes Inter-Korean Summit

Kathmandu, 27April : The Government of Nepal has welcomed the 2018 Inter-Korean Summit at Peace House in Panmunjeom and the issuance of Declaration following the Summit, Issuing a press statement on Friday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “Nepal believes that it is a significant step forward towards normalizing their …

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Largest solar power project starts

Kathmandu, 27 April: Construction of a solar project has started at Trishuli in Nuwakot. The 25-megawatt project is estimated to cost approximately Rs 4 billion to be funded by the government, and the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA). According to NEA, the World Bank Group will also provide concessional loan. Its completion …

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Norway and Germany built school and handedover 

Kathmandu, 27 April: German Ambassador  Roland Schaefer and Norwegian Ambaasador  Lasse Bjørn Johannessen  jointly inaugurated and handed over to the Government of Nepal  a new school building of Komin Shyame Wangphel Secondary School in Syafrubesi of Rasuwa. This school, completely damaged by the 2015 earthquake, has now been rebuilt with …

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