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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Nepal becomes foreign Pharma’s lab

The foreign pharmaceutical ccompanies have been using Nepali hospitals and patients as laboratories to test the effectiveness of their products including vaccines and  other medicines, reports Nayapatrika daily. Citing data maintained by Nepal Health Research Council, the news report sates that more than 500 organisations obtained their approval to conduct research …

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DPs deeds !

Kathmandu, 7 June : The Development Partners (DPs) who have been providing regular financial assistance to Nepal have been found using other nongovernmental channels too so as to push projects and programmes of their interests to Nepali people. According to Nagarik daily, the report states that the DPs including the United …

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Nepal’s crown in exhibition

Kathmandu, 7 June : A crown with the title ‘Nepal’s Royal Crown’ is currently being exhibited at a cultural expo in Beijing , the capital of China . The crown looks like the royal crown used by Nepal’s former monarchs; however, whom the crown belonged to and how it reached Beijing …

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Nepal and Burundi establish diplomatic ties

Kathmandu, 7 June : Ambassadors  Durga Prasad Bhattarai and Albert Shingiro, the Permanent Representatives of Nepal and Burundi to the United Nations (UN) respectively, signed a Joint Communiqué establishing formal bilateral diplomatic relations between the two countries in New York, on Wednesday. They also signed a joint letter informing the …

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US Ambassador lands in controversy

Kathmandu, 7 June:  American Ambassador to Nepal Alaina B. Teplitz whose tenure here has almost come to an end has landed in controversy for breaching the diplomatic code of conduct. According to the latest edition of Sanghu vernacular weekly, ambassador Teplitz paid a surprise visit to Rasuwa Custom Office situated …

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Government proposes to host BIMSTEC summit


By Our Reporter The government has decided to propose for hosting the 14th Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-sectoral Technical and Economic Forum (BIMSTEC) Summit in Kathmandu to its member nations either in August or September, 2018. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held on Monday, took the decision …

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Oli paying five-day visit to China


By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is paying five-day state visit to China beginning from 19 June, according to sources. Besides Beijing, Oli is visiting Lhasa and another province capital, it is learnt. According to sources closed to Baluatar, Oli, is going to demand reopening of the Khasha …

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Oli appoints two DPMs against his promises

By Our Reporter Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has reshuffled the Council of Minister formed in February by adding two members from the Federal Socialist Forum. With the induction of the FSF in the Council of Ministers, the present government has become a government of a two-thirds majority. However, …

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How is the budget?


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan Something special was expected by the people from the budget presented by the strong government enjoying a two-thirds majority. They expected the promises made by the political leaders would be fulfilled and the general people would receive succor. The leaders in the government had been saying …

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Businessmen increase prices after the budget

By Our Reporter Businessmen of Nepal have again exhibited their profit-oriented nature by hiking the prices of essential commodities by citing the budget. Although the budget comes into effect only from July 17, the scrupulous businessmen, shopkeepers and middlemen have increased the prices of food and other items one and …

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