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Petroleum price hiked

Kathmandu, 18 September: Nepal Oil corporation has hiked petro-products’ price effective from yesterday evening. The Corporation has hiked per liter Rs 2 on petrol and Rs 3 on Diesel price. Now, the market price of one liter of petrol has reached at Rs. 114 whereas one liter of diesel price …

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“Nepal cannot remain aloof from India”

Kathmandu, 17 September: Indian Army chief Bipin Rawt has said that due to the geographical situation Nepal and Bhutan cannot remain aloof from India. The Indian army chief expressed the view that even if they wish, they cannot remain aloof from India. He said it at the concluding ceremony of …

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Madan Kharel appointed executive chairman of NAC

Kathmandu, 17 September: The cabinet meeting held on Sunday has appointed Madan Kharel as the executive chairman of the Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC). Kharel was appointed board member of NAC on Friday. Currently, Sugat Ratna Kanshakar, who is alleged for being involved in 650 billion rupees commission deal on purchase …

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Law related to privacy rejected

Kathmandu, 16 September: The State Management Committee in the Parliament has decided to amend the previous bill with the provision of details about those serving in government position will be the secret affairs. The provision will be amended with the clause that details about those in government position as well …

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Black flag against Baburam Bhattarai

Kathmandu, 16 September: Nepali youths in the US have displayed black flag and demonstration against Dr Baburam Bhattarai who is in a visit to the US, reports Ratopati online portal. Bhattarai was heading for Texas from DC Metro Area along with his wife Hishila Yemi to attend a programme. In …

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Nepal pulls out of BIMSTEC military drill

By M Jamil NEPAL has been a prime target of Indian deep state stratagem to make it a client state after subduing Bhutan and Maldives. Nepal has many a time tried to break the octopus squeeze of India, but due to geographically landlocked position, contiguity and trade dependence, Nepal had …

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No passport to campaigners against nation’s sovereignty and indivisibility

Kathmandu, 15 September: The Friday meeting of the International Affairs Committee in the House of Representatives has instructed to put the clause of suspending passport of those who are campaigning or speaking against nation’s sovereignty and indivisibility in the act related to the passport. Chair of the committee former prime …

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Chinese ambassador meets CoAS Thapa

Kathmandu, 15 September: Chinese ambassador Yu Hong met Chief of Army Staff Gen Purna Chandra Thapa at the Nepal Army headquarters on Friday. According to the Nepal Army headquarters, ambassador Yu extended congratulations to Gen Thapa. People’s News Monitoring Service

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Nirmala murder case: No evidence yet

Kathmandu, 15 October:  Even after more than a month of murder of Nirmala Pant in Kanchanpur, the investigation team is unable to find the clue. Nirmala’s parents have arrived in Kathmandu demanding arrest and punishment to the real culprit of 13-year-old Nirmala’s murder after rape on 26 July. They have …

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