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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Spice of Life

By P. Kharel Mole in the Rabbit Hole Charles Shovraj, now serving life term in a Kathmandu jail for murder, once boasted of the possibility of smuggling an elephant through the Tribhuvan International Airport. Subsequent events confirm that Shovaraj’s was not too big an exaggeration. Inormation leaks like water in …

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BRI to Era of New Air Silk Road

BY KIRAN CHAUDHARY UNDERPINNED by One Belt and One Road (OBOR) and China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), era of new Air Silk Road has come into being with spectacular roll-out of China Southern Airlines (CSA) flight operation from Lahore to Urumqi, capital of Xinjiang autonomous region in far northeast of …

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Comparison: Lesotho and Nepal

DR. AB THAPA Even the most underdeveloped landlocked country Lesotho, which is also an enclave, was able based on international law (Ref) to reach an agreement with South Africa to use the proceeds from the supply to the latter regulated water discharged after power generation to construct free of cost …

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Multilateralism possible without hegemony

BY FABIO MASSIMO PARENTI A few days ago, Financial Times op-ed “Multilateralism without American Leadership” offered an interesting discussion on changes in the current world order. Even though an opinion piece tends to oversimplify the reality, more so when it is dealing with the entire world, it can raise pertinent …

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Nepal can be a bridge between China and India


Nepali Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli (Oli) is visiting China from June 19 to 24, his first to China after re-election in February. What’s his take on the cooperation between China and Nepal? What does he think of Nepal’s relations with China and India? Global Times (GT) correspondent Chen Jianyang …

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Kumari Bank ties-up with Om Hospital


By Our Reporter Kumari Bank Limited (KBL) and Om Hospital and Research Centre Pvt. Ltd (OMHRC), Chabahil, Kathmandu have signed an agreement to provide quality medical services at reasonable cost to all its accountholders and their direct dependents. The agreement was signed by Rajib Giri, Deputy Chief Executive Officer on …

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Anilkeshari Shah appointed NABIL Bank CEO

Interview with Anil Keshary Shah, financial analyst at International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development in Kathmandu, on Sunday, November 20, 2016. Photo: Naresh Krishna Shrestha/THT

By Our Reporter Anilkeshari Shah has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the NABIL Bank by the Bank’s Board of Directors meeting held on 21 June. Eight years ago, Shah was serving as the acting CEO of the Bank. Later, he had quit the Bank and joined Megha …

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Hindu agenda in NC assembly

Kathmandu, 26 June: In the recently concluded Nepali Congress district presidents’ assembly in Hetauda, a large number of participants had lauded for adopting Hindu agenda. Nepal Samacharpatra daily reports that when Kirna Malla, president, Dadeldhura district committee raised the issue of the agenda of a Hindu nation, Ajaya Dubedi, Parsha, …

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High-level visit from China soon

Kathmandu, 25 June: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is confident that soon, high level visit from China will take place. Upon his arrival from six-day visit to China at Tribhuvan International Airport on Sunday, Oli informed that he has extended invitation to President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang to …

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Serious error in SEE result

Kathmandu, 25 June: There was a serious error in publishing result of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), according to RSS. The Examination Control Office, which is under the National Examination Board, is found publishing SEE result of this year without adding marks obtained by the students on practical. SEE had …

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