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EC Urges parties to register for NA polls

By Our Reporter The Election Commission asked the political parties to register with the poll panel for the National Assembly election a day before the President authenticated the National Assembly Election Ordinance. The EC on December 28 issued the notice asking the political parties to register their parties for the …

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Why Maoists stick in government yet?

By Our Reporter The CPN-Maoist Centre has not yet quit the government and dozens of its leaders are enjoying the pays and perks as ministers without portfolios. They had denied quitting the government stating that the Deuba-led government could postpone the elections if they quit it. Now the elections have …

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Finally, President seals NA election ordinance against UML stand

By Our Reporter President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Friday authenticated the ordinance on election to the National Assembly, which had been pending at the Office of the President for long due to the dispute among the political parties over it. Although the President had wanted all the political parties to …

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National Dhaka Topi Day observed

By Our Reporter The 5th National Dhaka Topi Day was observed across the country on the New Year day on Monday  with various programmes. The theme of the campaign for this year was ‘Nepali Topi Nepali Pahichan, Yahi Ho Hamro Rastriya Pahichan’ (Our National Identity: Nepali Topi). As part of …

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Family donates land for campus

By Our Reporter A family of Rampur Municipality in Palpa district donated nearly four ropani of land plot for Darchha Campus. Family of late Yadunath Khanal offered the land to help sustain the campus. It is said Khanal’s widow Dhan Kumari, son Ishowari and daughter-in-law Indira of Rajghara in Rampur …

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Cold waves affect normal life in western Tarai

By Our Reporter Normal life in western Tarai districts from Banke to Kailali was affected due to the cold wave accompanied by dense fog. Those most affected by the increasing chill are school kids, the older persons and the daily wage earners. People can be seen assembled around fires lit …

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Media tycoons in verbal war

By Our Reporter Kailash Sirohiya owned publications blamed Ajaya Sumargi owner of Thaha Sanchar Network for being involved in money laundering business. Against such blame, Sumargi filed a case at the District Administrating Office blaming Sirohiya for blackmailing him and threatening on his life. Sumargi has stated that he is …

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Grasp the opportunity for infrastructural development

By Our Reporter Intellectuals, academicians, senior journalists both from Tibet Autonomous Region of China and Nepal gathered and discussed on Chinese President and supreme leader Xi Jinping’s thought and Nepal-China relations in Kathmandu. At the conference organised on 31 December by Tianli Nepal and China’s Tibet Book Store, Luo Tiezhu, …

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Political stability, tranquility likely to be elusive

BY M. R. JOSSE TAMPA, FL: Reading the tea leaves entering the new year 2018, it appears that political stability and tranquility in Nepal – and in the wider world – will prove elusive. Though the process of constituting the Upper House has finally and reluctantly been initiated, the foot-dragging …

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Indian jealousy unlimited; CPEC unstoppable now

BY N. P. UPADHYAYA Indian jealousy, as is its convention, has increased in these days and recent weeks observing the stunning developments that have taken place against its desire and hope in and around the entire South Asian region. Positive developments, as they are, however, the Indian regime has taken …

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