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Sital Niwas to be expanded

Kathmandu, 17 November: The government has decided to expand Sital Niwas, President’s office, by acquiring the land owned by the Police Training Academy. Reasons given by the government is that as general public is facing traffic jam during the movement of the President, the government has decided to occupy the …

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Dependency on India inclines in electricity consumption

Kathmandu, 17 November: In one decade, electricity import from India has increased by more than three times, reports Kantipur daily. In 2009, Nepal had imported 357 gigabit hours electricity, whereas, in 2018, Nepal will import 2581 gigabit hours electricity, according to the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA). People’s News Monitoring Service

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Nepal Airlines under the debt-trap

Kathmandu, 16 November: Due to lack of professional market planning, the newly purchased wide-body aircrafts have created financial risk to the Nepal Airlines Corporation. The Airlines, to get rid from the debt-trap, has urged the government for financial support. Issuing a white paper on Thursday, executive chief of NAC, Madan …

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Who is Anjan Shakya?

Kathmandu, 16 November: Anjan Shakya, ambassador recommended to Israel, has done PhD in management. Shakya holds the experience of working as the acting chief of the Foreign Affairs Study Academy. Also, she is the chairman of the International Concern Center, reports Annapurna Post daily. She has edited books on Nepal-China …

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Agitation season starts

By Our Reporter Nepal is a unique country having different political character. Every time, the political agitations start after the festival season (Dasain, Tihar and Chhat) and ends along with the beginning of the rainy season. The agitation launched during the rainy season has never become forceful and decisive. Therefore, …

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NC further postpones its Mahasamiti meeting

By Our Reporter Nepali Congress, the main opposition party in the parliament, has further postponed its Mahasamiti meeting, citing that the committee constituted to prepare the draft of the statute amendment could not complete its task. The NC leadership was under pressure to call the powerful Mahasamiti meeting after the …

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Provincial and district level unification in CPN still in limbo

By Our Reporter Even six months after the unification between the then CPN-UML and the Maoist Centre, their parties are yet to be unified in the province and district levels. Still the two parties exist in the districts and provinces. The delay in the unification process has created confusion regarding …

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Three RPPs’ unification move derailed

By Our Reporter Due to personal ego and personality problem, the long awaited unification process of the three parties of former panchas –RastriyaPrajatantra Party (RPP), RPP (Democratic) and RPP (Nationalist) – has been derailed for the time being. RPP (Democratic)’s chairman Pashupati ShumsherRana alleged RPP chairman Kamal Thapa for creating …

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