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Deep division between Oli and Prachand

Kathmandu, 10 May: Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has expressed his dissatisfaction with the Communist Party of Nepal-UML Chairman and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, accusing him of highhandedness in the formulation of fiscal plans and policies as the two leaders, Republica daily reports. According to …

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PM Modi: Nepal on top priority

Kathmandu, 10 May:  Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has clarified that India has kept its relation with Nepal on its priority. On the eve of his scheduled state visit to Nepal, Modi has tweeted and said that the visit would further strengthen the relation between both the countries “I will …

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Memories of 2015 blockade will haunt Modi’s Nepal visit

By Narayan Adhikari: As the visit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Nepal approaches, there are indications on social media that he will face a chilly welcome. Hash tags like #Blockade Was Crime Mr Modi and #Modi Not Welcome are trending. Modi is due to arrive in the neighboring …

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Why the unification process has been delayed?


By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Maoist chairman Pushpakamal Dahal Prachanda are saying that they are very close to announcing the unification of the two parties – the UML and the Maoist Center. Dahal is found saying anytime the two parties will be unified. But when the …

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Above 5 billion rupees over-invoicing in purchase of two wide-bodied aircraft


By Our Reporter Previously, the Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) had purchased two narrow bodied Airbus aircrafts directly from the manufacturer, therefore the deal was considered to be transparent. However, the present general manager Sugatratna Kangsakar and his management team have decided to purchase two wide bodied aircraft from a third …

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Budget Session of the parliament begins


By Our Reporter The budget session of the federal parliament began on Sunday. It is the second session of the parliament formed as per the new constitution. The elections to the parliament were held in November and December of 2017. On the first day of the meeting, altogether four ordinances, …

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Deuba’s syndicate irks NC leaders and supporters


By Our Reporter Nepali Congress president Sher Bahadur Deuba has nominated officer bearers almost 25 months after he was elected party president. However, his nominations drew flak from the rival faction as well as public as his nominations are not likely to give a new lease of life to the …

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Lawmakers accused of crime not to be suspended

By Our Reporter The committees formed to prepare business rules for the House of Representatives and National Assembly finalised rules provisioning that lawmakers accused of crime carrying jail term of three years or more would not be suspended. Chairman of House of Representatives Business Rules Drafting Committee Krishna Bhakta Pokharel …

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Government announces end of syndicate in public transport


By Our Reporter The government has finally succeeded to end syndicate in the public transportation sector. A minor incident in which a few persons working in other buses or hired by pro-syndicate bus entrepreneurs pelted stones at the buses of the Mayur Yatayat along the Banepa-Kathmandu route a few weeks …

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