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Lord Buddha, Oli and Modi

By Our Reporter Nation observed 2562th anniversary of Lord Buddha on 31 April. Special programmes, including World Buddhist Conference were organised in Lumbini, birthplace of Lord Buddha. Addressing the foreign participants in Lumbini, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that there is no confusion regarding birthplace of Lord Buddha and …

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Xi-Modi meet “to start new chapter”

By Our Political analyst Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has returned home after holding informal summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The informal summit between the two leaders has become successful to end ongoing misunderstandings between India and China and also it has paved the way for developing friendly relations …

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MPs demanding special fund

By Our Reporter Constitutionally, the local levels are responsible to carry out local level development activities while the Provincial governments are authorized to carry medium size development activities. Similarly, the responsibility to complete the national pride projects falls on the central government. But going against this constitutional provisions the lawmakers …

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World Buddhist Conference concludes in Lumbini

By Our Reporter The 2562nd Buddha Jayanti and International Buddhist Conference concluded in Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha,  agreeing to complete the Lumbini Master Plan, designed by Kenzo Tange, as a global centre for peace and humanity. The two-day conference, organised with the theme ‘Lumbini Nepal: The birthplace of …

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EU’s activities against Nepal

Kathmandu, 2 May:  The activities of European Union (EU) have posed grave challenges in maintaining social harmony and national unity of Nepal. According to Ghatana Ra Bichar vernacular weekly, EU and its other associated organizations are found to have involved in undermining Nepal’s national unity, internal cordiality and goodwill subsisting …

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Police filing case against gold smugglers

Kathmandu, 2 May: Almost all newspapers and online news portals of today have reported that police have concluded a round of investigations into smuggling and disappearance of 33.5 Kilogram gold and a subsequent murder of a person who had supposedly carried the gold. Police are filing a case against 28 …

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Stringent rules to curb foreign junkets

Kathmandu, 2 May:  The government has introduced a new rule in a bid to control unnecessary foreign visits involving government officials. The Foreign Visit Management Directive says ministers, secretaries and other government officials cannot go on foreign trips at the expense of contractors or consultants, reports Online Khabar. This provision, …

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Party unification soon says Prachand

Kathmandu, 1 May : CPN (Maoist Centre) chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said the merger between his party and CPN (UML) will get a concrete shape within few days. Chair Dahal, also the former Prime Minister, further said that the unification process will be materialized soon and then the …

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Five people detained

Kathmandu, 1 May : Five people have been arrested on the charge of mistreating a Nepali female migrant worker in Muscat of Oman. They were arrested with the help of Nepali Embassy in Oman. Nineteen-year-old Ram Kumari (name changed) of Butwal-13 was subject to their ill treatment at Mabela on …

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Dhaka­-Kathmandu bus service

Kathmandu, 1 May:  Two buses transporting delegates of Bangladesh, India and Nepal arrived in Kathmadu last Friday. The journey had begun from Bangladeshi capital Dhaka which reached Kolkata of India and voyaged towards Nepal. In a move to boost tourism, promote people-to-people contact and enhance trade and commerce between Bangladesh, …

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