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After slamming EU PM briefs diplomats

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli briefed ambassadors, chiefs of foreign diplomatic missions and development partners about government’s future plans and policies at his official residence in Baluwatar last week. He threw a luncheon to the representatives of the diplomatic missions two days after he slammed EU for …

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Sunrise Bank launches Viber banking service

By Our Reporter Sunrise Bank Ltd, recognized as one among the prime commercial banks in Nepal, in the process of introducing new technology to its clients, has introduced Viber banking service. Through this service, the bank clients can get detailed information about the Bank’s services from clients’ mobile, laptop, tablet, …

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PM Oli awaits arm twisting during Delhi visit

BY N.P UPADHYAYA Nepal’s Prime Minister has embarked on a political suicide mission. His preference to visit Delhi first over Beijing will soon make him feel that he was very cleverly cheated, duped and thus defeated by Indian establishment now under the control of the economic blockade expert, Narendar Bhai …

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Living securely in an unstable world

BY MAILA BAJE In its perpetual seesawing on Nepal, China is on the generous high. On the eve of Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli’s official visit to India – his first trip abroad in his second term – a Chinese government official praised friendly ties between Kathmandu and New Delhi. …

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Attacks on our identity

By PR Pradhan The EU has shown its real appearance. What the Westerners want, this has been reflected in the EU statement. EU has invested a huge amount of Euro to destroy our culture, values and identity. Those traitors who are concerned about their own lifestyle and their families’ future …

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What World View?

Fast evolving international environs have analysts desperately pouring over the significance of day to day developments. A remarkable dissimilarity applied to the Nepali case is the virtual absence of predictions based on the actions of domestic actors who, in other countries are the prime movers of change. This is enough …

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Neither [Cold] War Nor Peace: Détente in East Asia?

BY PRABASI NEPALI North Korea’s Kim Jong Un’s secret and surprise visit to Beijing was a diplomatic masterstroke, since it demolished in one fell swoop the mistaken impression among foreign policy pundits that the inter-connected negotiations among North and South Korea and the United States was taking place to the …

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In Defeat, Congress Confesses

BY P. KHAREL This time the Congress leadership anticipated and proved correct in having to face sharp criticisms of its style of functioning. Speaker after speaker in the recent meeting of the Central Committee detailed the digression their president Sher Bahadur Deuba and his coterie took, resulting in the party’s …

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India imperiling regional security

BY ARSHAD FOR well over a year Indian security forces are persisting with the violation of cease fire agreement of 2003. During 2017 Indian security forces fired across the LOC 1,900 times killing 254 people including civilians and soldiers deployed along the line. Since January till date more than 150 …

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Nepal-India relations

BY PROF. DR. SHASTRADUTTA PANT It is true that India and Nepal both are the Arayanfrom Oriental Civilization. They have common sharing in Dharma, religion; Sanskarand Aastha. They were and are living inside the big ocean of Dharma and Darshanthat can lead the universe. Both countries lie in Aryabart, Jambudwipa. …

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