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Two foreigners deported on charges of conversion

Kathmandu, 10 July: The government has deported two foreigners to their respective countries on charges of forceful religious conversion. Accordig to the Himalayan Times daily, Philippine national De Vera Richard and his Indonesian wife Rita Gonga were staying in Nepal on the business visa, but they allegedly converted Nepali Hindus …

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Sunrise Bank starts innovative payment mode

Kathmandu, 10 July: In course of offering new and innovative payment mode, the Sunrise Bank has  started Verified by VISA (VBV) services via Sunrise Bank EMV Chip Debit/Credit and International Debit Card. Verified by VISA (VBV) is a global solution designed to make online purchase more secure by helping ensure …

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Nabil Science & Technology Awards to four researchers

Kathmandu, 10 July: Nepal Academy of Science & Technology (NAST) has announced Nabil Science & Technology Awards 2074 to four researchers/scientists. The awardees were felicitated by Minister for Education, Science and Technology and Pro Chancellor of NAST Giriraj Mani Pokhrel in an award distribution ceremony organized at NAST last week. …

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It’s now Prachand’s turn to weep

Kathmandu, 10 July: After the unification of Prachand led Maoist Center and Khagda  Oli headed CPN-UML into Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Prachad has been greatly ignored by the then CPN-UML leaders. According to Tarun Weekly, the unification at the topmost level of the party was possible and the sister …

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Nepali film screened in Bangkok

Kathmandu, 10 July : The Embassy of Nepal, Bangkok screened the famous Nepali feature film Seto Surya (White Sun) in TK Park, Bangkok on Sunday. A large number of invitees attended the show. The participants included Ambassadors and other members of diplomatic community in Bangkok, representatives from media and travel …

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Nepal-India cross border rail links meeting

Kathmandu, 10 July :The 6th Meeting of the Project Steering Committee (PSC) for the implementation of the India-Nepal Cross Border Rail Link Projects concluded in Kathmandu yesterday. The meeting was jointly co-chaired by Namgya Khampa, Joint Secretary at the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India and Engineer Keshab Kumar …

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RAAW’s new strategy to split CPN

Kathmandu, 9 July: India’s intelligence agency Research and Analytical Wing (RAAW) is all set to review its Nepal policy, reports Sanghu vernacular weekly. RAWW had played a key role in annexation of Sikkim and independence of Bangladesh. The initiation of People’s War and establishment of republic in Nepal too was …

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Anti-China activity !

Kathmandu, 9 July: Nepal has repeatedly expressed its firm commitment to ‘One China Policy’ and has been consistently controlling the activities of Tibetan refugees. However, the government has failed to abort the activities relating to the Dalai Lama and his associates or affairs connected with him. According to Sanghu vernacular …

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Scared of war crimes, ministers avoid foreign travel

Kathmandu, 9 July: Some of the ministers of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) have avoided foreign travel fearing of being detained on charges of war crimes. Minister for Agriculture and Land reform Chakrapani khanal has repeatedly avoided overseas trips, reports Tarun Vernacular weekly. He escaped three trips to European nations …

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Chhabilal surrenders

Kathmandu, 9 July:  Chhabilal Paudel, accused of murdering Krishna Prasad Adhikari of Phoojel of Gorkha, showed up at the Supreme Court on Monday afternoon before the court sent him to the judicial custody at Dillibazaar Jail. Earlier in 2015 December, the court had ordered that Paudel be sent to the …

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