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Ranipokhari reconstruction begins 50 months after the quake

By Our Reporter The much-awaited reconstruction of the historic Ranipokhari started on Monday, almost 50 months after it was damaged in the 2015 earthquake. The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) along with a consumer committee initiated the rebuilding of the 350 year-old pond. NRA Chief Executive Officer Sushil Gyawali said that …

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Share market in the verge of collapse!

By Our Reporter The share market has been declining for the past one year. With the appointment of Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada as Finance Ministry, the share market has been declining. An in one year, after Khatiwada led the ministry, the share market investors lost Rs. 237 billion. The loss …

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RJP-N to terminate presidium system

By Our Reporter Presidium system will no longer exist in the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal (RJP-N). Created by merging six different Madhes-based parties before the 2017 election, the RJP-N had adopted a presidium system having all presidents of former six parties in the top of the party to operate it. One …

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Nepal-India meet on Pancheshwor makes no headway

By Our Reporter A two-day meeting of a high-level team of experts from Nepal and India on Pancheshwar Multipurpose Project (PMP) concluded here on Thursday by narrowing down some points of differences between the two countries regarding the project. Though the meeting, which is third in the row, was organised …

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Ex-DPM Adhikari passes away

By Our Reporter Three days after the demise of Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister Rabindra Adhikari, the nation lost senior communist leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Bharatmohan Adhikari. Adhikari, who had introduced the social allowance for the senior citizens in 1994, died on Saturday night at the age of …

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Parties, leaders pay tribute to Adhikari

By Our Reporter The demise of Tourism Minister Rabindra Adhikari in a helicopter crash came as a shocking incident not only to his family members but also almost all people as well as the political parties. It was evident from the crowd that thronged in Kathmandu’s Tundikehl and Pokhara’s Ramghat …

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Hanoi and after, Imran aces Modi and Guaido’s gamble

NEW YORK , NY : After the abrupt collapse of the Hanoi summit between American President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un there has been the usual dump of self-congratulatory ‘I told you so’ commentary in political, academic and journalistic circles. Much more noteworthy, however, is that …

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Regional conflict: Indian terrorism in J&K: OIC

N.P. UPADHYAYA “With my heavy heart, I appeal to yours, India that Pakistan is not your enemy. Your enemy is our enemy. How much more blood needs to be spilled before we realize (that) we are fighting the same”. This is what has very freshly been tweeted by yet another …

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It’s still foggy out there

By Maila Baje These days, Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba is increasingly worried about the future of democracy in Nepal. It must be a source of immense satisfaction to the former prime minister to be able to turn the tables on his political adversaries. Sure, you could argue that …

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Now Singhadurwar reaches to villages

By PR Pradhan If not forgotten, immediately after promulgation of the present constitution, the then Maoist supremo Pushpakamal Dahal had expressed his happiness saying, “Now, Singhadurwar will reach to all the villages”. Considering the report on corruption and abuse of authority by the local authorities, it seems, Dahal’s dream to …

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