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SSP arrested in connection to the smuggling of 34 kg gold

By Our Reporter Arrest of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Shyam Khatri  in connection to 33.5 kilogram of smuggled gold that was seized from Gaushala in the capital some days ago showed how the police officers were promoting the smuggling of gold and other illegal items in the country. . …

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PM Dahal performs double standard

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who has earned a bad name for swinging from earlier agreement, has again exhibited his untrustworthy nature by telling the Madhesi leaders that he would not announce the dates for the local polls without receiving their consent. Earlier, he had told the …

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Pakistan embassy observes Kashmir solidarity day

By Our Reporter Like in the past, this year also on 5 February, the Pakistan Embassy here observed Kashmir solidarity day by organizing an interaction program. Speaking at the program, Ambassador Mazhar Javed said that the solidarity day reminds an exceptionally painful chapter in the history of Jammu and Kashmir …

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PM Dahal is busy in inauguration ceremonies

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who immediately after becoming the PM for the second time last year  had said that he would not  take part in any inauguration ceremonies except a few and asserted that Constitution implementation,   reconstruction and economic reforms were his priority as Premier. “I …

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Government plans to host BIMISTIC summit in Kathmandu

By Our Reporter The government has decided to host the meeting of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) to be held in Nepal next year. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held Friday afternoon took the decision to this effect. Meanwhile, BIMSTEC General …

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NA officers hail preparations made to host Nepal-China military drill

By Our Reporter High level Nepal Army Officers including former officers have said that there was no need to judge the forthcoming Nepal-China military drill from a different angle. Nepal is free to propose and conduct any kind of military exercise with those nations with whom Nepal has bilateral relations, …

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Nepal and Sri-Lanka enjoy 60 years of relations

By W S Perera This year is significant to Sri Lanka and Nepal as both countries commemorate 60th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations. Sri Lanka has maintained and expanded into a multifaceted and mutually rewarding historically admirable relationship with Nepal since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1957. …

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Let all the Nepalis return to the motherland

By PR Pradhan After emergence of Donald Trump as the president of the US, the only super power in the globe, the entire world has been strongly jolted. Will he be able to establish new world order or will he keep the US aloof from the entire world, only time …

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It’s not just about H-1B

By C. Raja Mohan As President Donald Trump builds his political future on the American backlash against globalisation, Delhi has no reason to insist that it has the “right” to export cheap technical labour to the United States. Nor should the government want to make this question central to its …

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One Voice

The de-mythification of Nepali politics is a close to impossible task since much of organized politics in this country is premised on these myths. The organized propagation of these myths facilitated artificial divisions that can only be effectively countered by equally organized public illumination of actualities. The biggest hindrance to …

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