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Alarming economic scenario

By Our Reporter Nepal Rastra Bank, central bank of the country, has presented a bleak scenario of our economy. In the first two months of the present fiscal year, the government has faced 5 billion 870 million rupees worth negative balance of payment due to rapid increase in imports, decrease …

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Melamchi’s water: Waiting for Godot

By Our Reporter Getting Melamchi water has been a mere dream for the people of Kathmandu for the last two and a half decades. Still, they are not sure whether the dreams of drinking water of the MelamchiRiver will be fulfilled as the works in its tunnel and the pipe …

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Ruling NC unveils its election manifesto, criticises left alliance

By Our Reporter The ruling Nepali Congress (NC) has severely criticized the left alliance in its election manifesto released for the upcoming federal parliamentary and provincial polls scheduled for November 26 and December 7 on Monday. The NC has termed the left alliance as the manifestation of lust for power. …

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EC begins to print separate ballot papers

By Our Reporter The Election Commission said it started printing separate ballot papers of the first-past-the-post elections of the House of Representatives and provincial assemblies. In a written response to the Supreme Court Chief Election Commissioner said this. Furnishing the response by Assistant Attorney General GhanShyamOjha on behalf of the …

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IME Life Insurance opens Baglung Branch

By Our Reporter IME Life Insurance has opened its new branch in Baglung. Chirinjivi Chhapagain, chairman, Insurance Committee inaugurated the Branch amidst function. On the occasion, chairman of the IME Group, Chandra Prasad Dhakal, managing director Hemraj Dhakal, chairman of the Board Dr Ramhari Aryal were also present. Chhapagain, addressing …

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China dissatisfied with Nepal

By Our Reporter Annapurna Post daily has reported that China has become highly dissatisfied from the Nepal government’s reluctance on giving projects under the Belt and Road Initiatives (BRI). Even after seven months of Nepal government’s partnership on China initiated BRI, Nepal has not proposed any project to be constructed …

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Left alliance may bag 150 seats

By Our Reporter Different sectors are calculating about the result of the federal parliament elections. According to the constitutional provision, there will be 165 MPs who will be directly elected whereas 110 will be elected through the proportional election system. Out of the 275 member parliament, it is assumed that …

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Unnecessary police suppression invites tension in Birtamod

By Our Reporter Birtamod, the business centre in Jhapa, remained tense for four days beginning from Friday due to the wrong handling of a case by the police. Public blamed DSP Raj Kumar Silwal for the violence in which a demonstrator was killed in a police firing and ten others …

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Kashmiries’ black day observed in Kathmandu

By Our Reporter On 27 October 2017, Embassy of Pakistan, Kathmandu organized a talk programme on the “Resolution of Jammu and Kashmir Dispute: An Imperative for Regional Peace and Development”. The programme was well attended by wide segment of Nepalese society including intellectuals, think thanks, media persons and civil society. …

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Finding a place between haughtiness and hopelessness

By Maila Baje Maoist Center chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s taunts and gibes to the Nepali Congress seem to be troubling quite a few prominent members of our senior ruling party. The leftist alliance so suddenly sprung upon the nation amid the Dasain festivities has given an opportunity to the Nepali …

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