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Nepal begins granting multiple visa to Americans

By Our Reporter The government of Nepal has started issuing multiple entry visas for the American nationals to reciprocate the US practice granting similar visa to Nepalis. Prior to this, the Americans visiting Nepal were given tourist visas for 15 days, 30 days and 90 days. The provision of providing …

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CPN remembers Rishi Devkota Azad

By Our Reporter The ruling CPN marked the 38th memorial day of Rishi Raj Devkota Azad who got martyrdom during the Panchayat period this week. Addressing the function, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that the time in which one had to sacrifice his life for political rights was over. …

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Bohora joins Thapa-led RPP

By Our Reporter Deepak Bohora and other leaders, who had deserted the RPP following the unification between RPP Democratic and Unified RPP Nationalist, had joined the Kamal Thapa-led RPP. Thapa welcomed them in the party at a function organised in New Baneshwore.

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Economy heading towards disaster!

By PR Pradhan At a time when the government is preparing for organizing the second investment summit in Kathmandu, Ncell, the country’s largest foreign direct investment (FDI) has been targeted by Nepal Communist Party (Biplav). A bomb was exploded at the Ncell headquarters in Nakkhu, Lalitpur following expulsion of the …

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Agitation Mode

End of winter and, clearly, the political season is on. Campus elections being scheduled is but one facet. The two student juggernauts habitually are at each other’s throats around this time. This time, both the Nepali Congress affiliated Nepal Bidyarthi Sngh and the Left affiliate ‘Akhil’ have begun by using …

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Germany’s & Europe’s Security Challenges in the Trump Era

BY SHASHI MALLA There is widespread perception among intellectuals, academics and media pundits that US President Donald Trump is endangering the world order. The trans-Atlantic alliance has been crucially debilitated, and Europe must now fashion new processes and construct security structures. German Establishment Perspective Wolfgang Ischinger, 72, has 40 years …

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Concerto of connectivity

BY XU XIUJUN After the Belt and Road Initiative—the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road—was proposed by President Xi Jinping in 2013, it gradually evolved from merely a concept to concrete practice, embarking on a road of high-quality development. For more than five years, China has …

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The plague of corruption!

BY NIRAJ ARYAL This is not an attempt to undermine the fact that Nepal has been a corrupt nation since decades. Our main point of concern is only that it has ‘corruption increased manifold since RED Maoists joining the political mainstream’. No state institution including the CIAA – the governmental …

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