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Melamchi project: waiting for godot

By Our Reporter Water of Melamchi project has become like the ‘Waiting For Godot’, the famous play by Samuel Beckett. In the play three persons keep on waiting for someone named Godot, who never comes. In the same manner, the people of the Kathmandu Valley have been waiting for the …

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Govt arrest Hindus to host Christians summit

By Our Reporter The government, whose home minister a few weeks ago had announced that he would punish anyone involved in converting the people, happened to arrest Hindu activists to make the summit of a Christian organistaion a success. Moreover, the government wasted money and resources to make the controversial …

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European Union continues its ban on Nepali airlines

By Our Reporter Nepal Airlines that has been mired by corruption scandal after the purchasing of the two wide-body aircraft has faced another set back after the European Commission decided to continue its ban on all Nepali airlines from flying within the 28-nation bloc of the European Union. Mentioning that …

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Japan hands over 5 new bridges in Gorkha

By Our Reporter Japan has handed over five newly constructed bridges along the Barhakilo-Barpak road in Gorkha amidst a function in Gorkha. Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Raghubir Mahasethand, ambassador Masamichi Saigo and the newly appointed chief representative of JICA Nepal Office, Ms. Yumiko Asakuma were present at the …

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The cautious American president and telling G-20 visuals

By MR Josse NEW YORK, NY: As readers are very well aware, George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, passed away the other day at the age of 94, prompting a cascade of tributes and encomiums from Americans of all walks of life – not to mention …

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When the Gods they create fail

By Maila Baje Given the speed with which her stock has fallen, it’s a relief to see that Aung San Suu Kyi isn’t being condemned for attending the Asia Pacific Summit 2018 in Kathmandu. In a way, Suu Kyi’s plight resembles that of the other dignitary in our midst: Prime …

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It is not that odd

By PR Pradhan A controversial Christian organization, Universal Peace Federation run by Unification Church in South Korea organized a grand event in the heart of Kathmandu by challenging those who claim themselves as Hindus. Time and again, we listen from the Hindus that Nepal is a country of above 90 …

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What’s the Fuss?

It’s as if Nepali society is only now aware of the fact that Nepal has shrunk to a donor driven state where even religious organizations and INGOs can drive parliament and government into backing their programs internationally. Much ado about the Nepal government and its connections with Moonies at the …

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