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Widebody aircrfat faces loss of Rs.1.66 billion

By Our Reporter The newly purchased wide body aircraft of Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) have incurred loss of Rs 1.6 billion in the first six months of operation. It has been almost nine months since NAC received delivery of its two new wide-body aircraft named Annapurna and Makalu. The two …

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Dahal returns home from the USA

By Our Reporter Chairman of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Pushpa Kamal Dahal returned to Nepal from US on March 28. Dahal had been to US accompanying his wife Sita for her treatment there. Sita has been unwell since she lost her son Prakash in 2017. Reports had it that …

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CPN unification process in dilemma due to groupism

By Our Reporter The unification process of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal has been in dilemma due to groupism in the party. The unification process that should have completed months back, has been moving at snail’s pace. Although Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said a few days ago that …

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Israeli diplomats in Nepal vote

By Our Reporter Israeli Ambassador Benny Omer along with his deputy and other Israeli diplomats living in Nepal casted their ballots in the elections for the 21st Knesset on 28 March here in Kathmandu. While Israel awaits to cast their vote on 9 April, the Israeli representatives in 96 embassies …

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RPP launches signature campaign to restore Hindu religion

By Our Reporter Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) has lunched nationwide signature collection campaign for restoration of Hindu religion. The signature collected from the commoner will be handed over to the government authorities in the process of building pressure to the government to declare Nepal a Hindu nation. RPP has announced …

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The fever and the fury

It was quite out of character for Comrade Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ to go after a group of Nepalis living in the United States while updating reporters on his eagerly watched visit to that country. Not that the former Fierce One is a stranger to acerbity and causticity. In his …

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The investment summit

The two-day investment summit organised in Kathmandu was concluded on 30 March with instant commitment of 1700 billion rupees worth investment in 17 various projects. Although, the organizers are highly encouraged from such a commitment, economic observers and business people are still doubtful on the investment part. In the 2017 …

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The Drift

The sudden spurt of relief activities in districts that were affected by the tragic thunderstorm in two sudden districts becomes both an opportunity and a handicap for government. The system having failed its delivery system during the previous disaster, the earthquake and the previous year’s floods has had to encounter …

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