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PM Oli and Prachanda hold one-on-one talks

Kathmandu, 5 October: Prime Minister and chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) and another chairman of the party Pushpakamal Dahal Prachanda held one-on-one talks today at PM’s official residence Baluatar, reports Ratopati online portal. According to Bishnu Sapkota Jugal, press coordinator of PM Oli, the secret meeting is …

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CPN leaders held secret meeting to oust IGP Khanal

Kathmandu, 5 October: Senior leaders from the Communist Party of Nepal have initiated secret meeting to oust Inspector General of Nepal Police Sarbendra Khanal, reports Karobar daily. IGP Khanal is alleged for not being able to keep intact the Nepal Police administration, unable to identify murderer of Nirmala Pant and …

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Indian train arrives in Janakpur

Kathmandu, 5 October: The India constructed railway line from Jayanagar to Janakpur has been successfully experimented on Thursday (4 October). High-level officials from Nepal and India successfully travelled from Jayanagar to Jayanagar 29 km long journey on Thursday. Director general of the Railway Department Balram Mishra, Indian ambassador Manjeev Singh …

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Pakistan asks INGOs to quit within 60 days

Kathmandu, 5 October: The Pakistan government has asked international non-governmental organizations to close their programmes and quit Pakistan within 60 days, agencies report. According to BBC, 18 international donor agencies have been asked to quit Pakistan. The Pakistan government believes such INGOs were involved in covert activities creating instability in …

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US dollar price establishes new record

Kathmandu, 5 October: The Nepal Rastra Bank has set 118.03 rupees for buying one unit of the US dollar. This is the highest ever price in the history of the country’s foreign exchange rate. Accordingly, for one unit of Euro, one should pay 135.77 rupees and for one unit of …

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Brits, take care of your island nation first

By Khagen Shrestha: The name Great Britain already suggests how great this country was in the days gone by. From America to South America and many Asian nations, including India, it had all of them under control for a long, long time. But it is now a mere small country …

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Again, Indians are becoming active

By Our Reporter Although, it was highly believed that as the political parties in India have become busy for the general elections in 2019, the Indian establishment will try to develop good relations with its small neighbouring countries by performing non-interference policy, particularly in Nepal’s case until the elections are …

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Dispute in the ruling CPN deepens

By Our Reporter Internal feud in the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) has spilled over when both the chairmen of the party were out of the country. When Prime Minister and party chair K. P. Sharma Oli was in New York to attend the 73rd session of the United …

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Trade deficit increases to Rs. 217 billion

By Our Reporter Nepal’s trade deficit has increased alarmingly in the first month of the current fiscal year. According to Nepal Rastra Bank, trade defecit reached Rs. 217 billion by the second month of the current fiscal year. Nominal export compared to significant growth in import has led to the …

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DNA of SP Bista shows negative result in Nirmala rape case

By Our Reporter The DNA of suspended Superintendent of Police (SP) Dilliraj Bista and two others did not match with the vaginal swab samples of Nirmala Pant, who was raped and killed on July 26. The murder case of Panta has become more mysterious as no culprit has been found …

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