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Monthly Archives: July 2018

If the goal of prosperous Nepal and happy Nepaliis to be achieved

By Dr. Rajendra B. Shrestha Government’s Performance KP Oli led majority government has been in place for the past 5 months. By any international practice, it is still early to assess its performance against its election manifesto and make a judgement on whether it has been successful or not. It …

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Dr KC breaks his previous records

By Our Reporter Dr Govinda KC, who launched his 15th fast onto death, has established a new record as the hunger strike continued for 26 days.  Dr. Govinda KC launched his 15th edition of fast-unto-death demanding withdrawal of the Medical Education Bill tabled by the government, replacing a number of …

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NC backs KC’s agenda

By Our Reporter Dr. Govinda KC has been staging his longest fast-unto death and his health has become deteriorated.  The entire country has been divided with a section supporting Dr. KC’s strike and another the ruling party, the CPN. When the government looks reluctant to address his demands, the main …

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Where is 33 Kgs gold?

Probe committee failed to catch big fishes By Our Reporter The government that included the arrests of a large number of gold smugglers as one of the achievements of the government in the first 100 days in office, has finally failed to trace the big fishes of the scam. It …

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B P, Pushpalal remembered

By Our Reporter This week the nation remembered two leaders late B. P. Koirala and Pushpalal. The Nepali Congress marked the 36th B. P. Memorial Day on Sunday and the CPN Pushpalal Memorial Day of Monday. However, the functions turned no more than rituals. Instead, the functions orgainsed to mark …

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Beauty of “loktantra”: Squeezing poor citizens?

By Our Reporter We have acute shortage of development fund to invest in infrastructural sector development. Even by knowing the reality, our “revolutionary” leaders have introduced such an expensive political system, in which, we have to feed a large number of political leaders with attractive salary, allowances and other facilities. …

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NA plans to change to Fast Track entry point

By Our Reporter Owing to never-ending dispute regarding land compensation at Khokana and Bungamati, the starting points of the Fast Track road project, the Nepali Army has proposed the government to change its alignment. The NA proposed to shift the opening point as the locals continued to protest against the …

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Foreigners’ united front against Oli government?

By Our Reporter The present government led by PM KP Sharma Oli has just completed five months. The government, ensuring two-thirds majority is believed to be a permanent government which is expected to complete full term of five years. However, against such an expectation from all sectors, an united front …

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China to investment in infrastructural development bank

By Our Reporter The government has approved a proposal to form an infrastructure development bank under Chinese investment. A cabinet meeting recently had agreed in principle to form such a mega bank under Chinese investment, which will have paid-up capital of Rs 100 billion. Following the Cabinet’s decision, the Ministry …

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Gen. Bharat Keshar Simha passes away

By Our Reporter Chairman of World Hindu Federation International and former Major General of Nepal Army Bharat Keshar Singh passed away on Sunday while undergoing treatment at Bayodha Hospital. He was 85. He was admitted to the hospital after cardiac arrest three weeks back. He was cremated at Pashupati Aryghat …

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