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New avatars of Lhendup Dorji

By PR Pradhan The present coalition government made by India has started to work in a naked manner in serving the Indian interests. To please the Indians, Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal is trying to amend the constitution which was said to be endorsed by above 90 percent of the people’s …

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Loot-tantra in “loktantra”

Corruption, commission and abuse of authority have become synonymous of this “loktantra” as it has become very difficult to get a clean leader in this “loktantrik” era. As the leaders are involved in corruption, commission and misuse of power, they have tried to defunct the Commission for Investigation on Abuse …

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The World in Shock after Trump Victory

By Prabasi Nepali Domestic Nepalese Diplomacy in the Doldrums The Maoist-Nepali Congress government claims that it has been very successful in the honeymoon period of a hundred days, but in the field of foreign affairs, it has been an abject failure. It has unnecessarily given primacy to relations with our …

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A hue and cry

By Prajwal Shrestha After Indian prime minister Narendra Modi announced a ban on Rs 500 and 1000 denomination Indian notes, there has been a hue and cry in India. Nepal has not remained aloof from the impact. It is believed that there is the stock of about nine billion such …

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Crystal-balling Trump’s key foreign policy footprints

By MR Josse KATHMANDU: As the shock and awe of Republican nominee Donald J. Trump’s stunning electoral triumph over Democratic nominee, former Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton, wear off, it may be useful to attempt a selective, broad-brush sketch of its likely global impact. Before plunging headlong into such …

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CSC-Nepal delegation leaves for China

A six-member delegation of China Study Center-Nepal led by its Acting Chairman Sundar Nath Bhattarai left for Beijing on Sunday morning. The CSC delegation is on a visit to China at the invitation of China Association for International Friendly Contact (CAIFC), CSC’s counterpart organization in China. The bilateral exchange of …

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Nepal’s integrity and implementation of the constitution

By Shambhu Deo Constitution of Nepal Amidst of the discrepancies, Nepal promulgated the long awaited constitution on September 20, 2015 through the second Constituent Assembly with a 90 percent voting. A 12-Ponit Understanding signed with supportof some Indian political forces in Delhi, India, between the Seven Political Parties within the …

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China’s defense ability boosted by rocketry

By Hu Weijia  Eight hours before the launch of China’s largest and most powerful carrier rocket, the Long March-5, I felt a little surprised when I saw almost all the personnel with the rocket’s research team pray for good luck by eating steamed stuffed buns. The Chinese word for steam …

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Bangladesh buys two submarines from China

By AFP Bangladesh took delivery on Monday of its first submarines, bought from China, as it seeks to boost its naval power in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh paid a reported $203 million for the two submarines, a deal that reflects the country’s growing economic and defence ties with Beijing. …

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