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Monarchy as a symbol of unity

By PR Pradhan Nepalgunj, which is a business hub in Western Nepal, had turned into a colourful city along with celebrations of former King Gyanendra’s 72nd birthday on Saturday, 7 July. This year, the former King along with the entire members of the Royal Family had reached Nepalgunj to celebrate …

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Tangible Corrections

The past decade of populism in Nepali politics has exposed itself for what it is: mere populism. If the science of development has taught the world that there are mere two avenues for development—moneys and education—political society’s perversion of the two since the past decades has made it abjectly evident …

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SPICE OF LIFE

By P. Kharel Born to be Led Sandeep Lamichhane as a bowler making his debut in the IPL cricket in India made a brilliant presence, with a haul of five wickets in three matches with an impressive record in May 2018. But it is only when foreigners identify or crown …

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RAW in Nepal Game Plan

BY PROF. DR. SHASTA DUTTA PANT RAW prepared a secret Nepal Game Plan as per its secret objectives and working procedures. Espionage or intelligence service is not new for an independent nation; it is common for the proper functioning of the polity of a state, being practiced since historical times. …

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An Indian pilgrim’s journey in Tibet

LHASA, July 5 (Xinhua) — Anuj Gupta was one of the first Indian pilgrims to travel to this sacred mountain and lake for this year’s annual pilgrimage in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. Donning sports clothes and a windbreaker to keep him warm in the severe high-altitude weather, Gupta arrived …

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13 Tibetan language software programs launched in Tibet

LHASA, July 6 (Xinhua) — Thirteen Tibetan-Chinese translation and Tibetan language input software programs were launched Friday in Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region, to promote the modernization of Tibetan language processing, the developer said. China Ethnic Languages Translation Bureau (CELTB) said the programs include a Tibetan to Chinese and …

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Tibet’s bottled water output rises

LHASA, July 9 (Xinhua) — Productions of bottled drinking water in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has increased steadily, local authorities said. Last year, 800,000 tonnes of water was bottled, up 30 percent year on year, but well short of the target of 1 million tonnes, according to the regional …

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China’s success has lessons for the world

BY DANIEL HYATT It’s been 40 years since China decided to open up and show the world that the approach to national development is not singular. During second half of the last century when the West was busy in its ideological war on socialism, China was quietly taking strides toward …

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MBL partners with SMA International

By Our Reporter Machhapuchchhre Bank Limited has partnered with SMA International for providing customers around the globe with quick, easy and hassle free Remittance payment service. SMA International Ltd, Hong Kong is fully regulated by Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department will provide remittance service using WorkerAppz application. Powered by …

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