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Gold smuggling suspect surrenders

Kathmandu, 3 June : Chhering Wangel Ghale known as Dr David accused of involving in the 33 kg gold scam has surrendered before the Morang District Court today, reports RSS. The court started recording his statement. Hearing on whether to send the accused to jail or not will start following the …

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BIMSTEC Summit date proposed

Kathmandu, 3 June :  Nepal is to propose to hold the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation or BIMSTEC summit on coming August end or early September. The meeting today of the Council of Ministers held at Singha Durbar decided to propose to BIMSTEC member-states to hold …

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Corruption probe at Bir Hospital

Kathmandu, 3 June : The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority, has launched a probe into reports that officials of Bir Hospital embezzled as much as Rs 2 billion from the state coffers in past few years. National Vigilance Centre  too has launched another investigation, reports Online Khabar. The two …

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CIAA at slow pace

Kathmandu, 3 May : Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has failed to carry out investigations into major corruption scams at present. The anti-corruption body has not filed any big corruption charges and failed to catch any big fish, reports Republica daily. People’s News Monitoring Service

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Former minister Shahi no more

Kathmandu, 3 June : Former minister for Home Affairs Dan Bahadur Shahi has passed away this morning at the age of 76, resports Online Khabar. He breathed last at the Grande Hospital where he was undergoing treatment of multiple ailments. People’s News Monitoring Service

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SSB obstructing construction

Kathmandu, 3 June : The construction of a permanent bridge over Jamuna River along the Nepal-India border at Bhadariya in Dhanauji Rural Municipality, Dhanusha has been delayed due to the obstruction of Indian Seema Shasatra Bal (SSB). The bridge has been under construction for the past four year, reports Kantipur daily. …

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Ncell honours brilliant students

Kathmandu, 3 June :  Private sector telecommunications service provider Ncell has honoured outstanding students of various faculties from Central Campus Pulchowk, Institute of Engineering (IoE) with Ncell scholarships and Excellence Awards, as a part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative. Under the initiative, the company has been awarding Ncell …

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Fuel prices go high

Kathmandu, 3 June : The state-owned Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) on Saturday increased the prices of petrol, diesel and aviation fuel, two weeks after the last adjustment. All media of today have covered this news. According to media reports, the new rates will come into effect from Saturday midnight, the NOC …

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VP Dhakal urges int’l business community to invest in Nepal

Kathmandu, 2 June : Vice-President of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), Chandra Prasad Dhakal, has urged international business community to invest in potential sectors of Nepal as the country now has enabling business environment with stable government in place. Dhakal, also the Chairman of Employers’ Council of …

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Nepal – Israel ties cementing in the new millennium

By Sharachchandra Bhandary Kathmandu, 2 June: Nepal and Israel completed 58 glorious years of diplomatic ties since its establishment on 1 June 1960. Marking this historic day, yesterday, the Embassy of Israel, handed over some historic photographs of late BP Koirala, the first elected Prime Minister of Nepal, during his …

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