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Central capital stinking

Kathmandu, 20 July: Various road intersections have started reeking and the chances of spread of diseases have increased as the Kathmandu Metropolitan City finds itself struggling to manage the piling garbage on the streets. Piles of garbage can be seen at Balkhu, Kuleshwar, Kalimati, Kalanki, Tankeshwar, Tripureshwar, Baneshwar, Shantinagar, Bagbazar, …

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Aus keen to invest in Nepal

Kathmandu,  20 July : Australian Ambassador to Nepal Peter Budd  has stated that Australian investors  were interested  in investig in solar energy production in Nepal. During a meeting with Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun at the Ministry today, the Ambassador expressed his interest as Pun …

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India behind Uprety’s recommendation

Kathmandu, 19 July: Who selects envoy to neighbouring India? Very obvious answer: the Nepal Government. But if we minutely look into the latest background of the recommendation of the ambassador, it is partly true. The context here is the recommendation to appoint former Chief Election Commissioner Nil Kanth Uprety as …

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People’s Review in 28 years


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan It is our immense pleasure to inform our valued readers that from this week People’s Review has completed 27 years of its publication and has started its journey in 28 years. There is a large crowd of media in the country, nevertheless, we have been able …

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Oli government faces strong criticism from opposition, public


By Our Reporter Popularity of Prime Minister K. P. Sharma has eroded significantly over the months although he leads a government of a two-thirds majority. The criticism he has been facing in the parliament and the streets are testimony to this. However, he seems to be little bothered by his …

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Trade, transit protocol between Nepal and China soon


By Our Reporter The second consultative meeting between Nepal and the People’s Republic of China on finalizing the Protocol to the Transit Transport Agreement held in Beijing from 10-11 July. According to the Embassy of Nepal to China, the Nepali delegation in the meeting was led by Chandra Kumar Ghimire, …

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New wide body aircraft becomes white elephant

Interview with Sugat Ratna Kansakar, managing director, Nepal Airlines corporation Sundhara, on August 28, 2016. Photo: Balkrishna Thapa Chhetri/THT

By Our Reporter It seems, the main intention behind introducing two wide body Airbus was the plan to share billions of rupees worth commission only. The Nepal Airlines has already received one wide body aircraft but the aircraft has been grounded since it landed at TIA. Now,  Sugat Ratna Kansakar, …

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NRB unveils monetary policy, aims to reduce interest rate


By Our Reporter The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has introduced its Monetary Policy of the Fiscal Year 2018/19, slashing the spread rate from 5 per cent to 4.5 per cent in an attempt to give relief to the private sector investors. This move will contribute to slightly reducing profits on …

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2 million tourist possible?

By Our Reporter Noted media persons, tourism entrepreneurs, political leaders gathered at Chandragiri Hill in Thankot, held an interaction on making success the government’s plan to bring 2 million tourists in the country by 2020. Infrastructure development minister of No 3 province Keshab Sthapit, informed about his plan for transforming …

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Anwesh Thulung Rai bags Jasuda Memorial Award


By Our Reporter On the occasion of the 205th Bhanu Anniversary on 13 July, the Bhanu Talent Preservation and Literary Committee, Ilam has awarded Anwesh Thulung Rai, a youth creative writer from Ilam, with Jasuda Memorial Youth Creative Writer Award. The award consist a purse of Rs. 10,101 with a …

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