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Spice of Life

By P Kharel Bickering communists Unity delay between the two factions in Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has disenchanted its rank and file no end. Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s Maoist faction is discontent with Prime Minister KP Oli’s style of assertive leadership as the head of government that does not bother taking …

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Oli’s foreign policy under the US trap

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan People’s Review weekly had already reported on ongoing American efforts to bring Nepal under the US trap. In previous editions, the Weekly had reported that how the US had planned to bring PM KP Sharma Oli under the US trap. Finally, in his congratulatory message to …

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Former king receives red carpet welcome in central Tarai

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra concluded his central Tarai visit and returned Damak on Sunday, 17 March. The Former King had reached Janakpur on Wednesday, last week. While staying in a hotel in Janakpur, the former King had visited different Hindu shrines including Ram-Janaki Temple in Dhanusha, Udayapur and …

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Prachanda claims his life under threat

By Our Reporter At a time when the government’s decision to impose a ban on the Netra Bikram Chand-led communist party has drawn mixed reactions from public, chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal and former rebel leader Pushpa Kamla Dahal had backed the decision sating that men were mobilised …

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India-Pak tension puts SAARC activities under shadow

By Our Reporter The growing tension between India and Pakistan over Kashmir dispute has put not only the activities of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) under shadow but the future of the regional body at risk. It was evident from the cancellation of a conference on ‘Aspiring …

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Internal disputes make NC functionless

By Our Reporter Factionalism and groupism have virtually made the Nepali Congress, the oldest democratic party of Nepal, completely functionless. The party had to brace even to hold its central working committee meeting owing to differences among the leaders of three separate factions. The party on Sunday failed to hold …

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CPN integration process resumes

By Our Reporter Almost a year after the then CPN-UML and the Maoist Centre announced their unification in the centre, unification process of the district level party organisations of the Communist Party of Nepal has recently resumed. The unification process was disturbed after the naming of the State Level Committees …

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PM Oli throws satire on Deuba for changing views on Biplav case

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has urged the opposition leaders to express only such views which could be justified by history. Referring to the alteration of the views by Nepali Congress president Sher Bahadur Deuba on the ban of the activities of the Biplav-led group, the Prime …

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RPP to launch nationwide movement for Hindu nation

By Our Reporter The extended central committee meeting of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) held in Kathmandu on 16 March has decided to launch nationwide movement beginning from 29 March to 17 April demanding restoration of the Hindu nation. The first phase of the movement will start with signature collection …

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