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Biplav terror in the nation

By Our Reporter After a series of explosions of home made pressure-cooker bombs Sunday afternoon, the capital city has been terrorized. Monday witnessed a thin movement of vehicles and people in the Valley. The explosion of the bombs claimed one life in Ghattekulo, just 300 meters from the government’s main …

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Above 1500 Nepalis studying in Germany

By Our Reporter German ambassador Roland Schäfer said that above 1500 Nepalis are studying in Germany. Speaking at a talk programme organised by the German Alumni — Nepal German Academic Association (NEGAAS) — on ‘Retrospect and Prospect of Nepal-Germany Relations: The Role of Alumni in Nepal’s Development’, the ambassador said, …

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Govt to collect Rs 1 trillion revenue

By Our Reporter Nepal’s is a small economy. But the government of Nepal is going to collect Rs.1 trillion revenue for the first time. Finance Minister Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada has proposed to increase the annual revenue to 13 digits. However, the target looks ambitious, Minister Khatiwada has prepared a …

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From PM to clerk involved in grabbing Baluwatar land

By Our Reporter The then chief of the Dilli Bazaar Land Revenue Office Kaladhar Deuja has said that from Prime Minister to clerk were responsible for the illegal registration of the land of Lalita Niwas in Baluwatar. Furnishing his staement to the Commission for the Investihgation of Abuse Authority(CIAA) he …

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UML yet to finalize unification process

By Our Reporter The unification process in the ruling Nepal Communist Party has again obstructed owing to growing differences among the leaders. The unification process that has moved in an installation system for the past 13 months has been halted after announcing the names of the first and second men …

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Elephant creates terror in Jhapa

By Our Reporter A herd of wild elephants invaded a settlement at Arjundhara Municipality-5 in Jhapa, terrorising the life. According to ward chair Dhyan Bahadur Bharati, the parade of giant animals including their babies has occupied a sugarcane field amidst the residential area since this morning. There are around two …

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Nepal pays more to import petrol

By Our Reporter Petrol has the biggest share in the total import of Nepal. It is because of the increasing number of vehicles in the country. According to Nepal Rastra Bank, the nation imported goods worth Rs. 1100 billion in the first 10 months of the current fiscal year and …

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Be prepared to pay more tax

The finance minister presented the budget for the new fiscal year yesterday. He was under pressure to manage matching funds for the increased expenditures of the nation. After introduction of the federal structure and introduction of local bodies, more than the capacity of the nation, it has become a big …

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Morale of our political leaders

The environment minister of Mexico tendered her resignation on moral grounds stating that people had to suffer for half an hour after the delay of the air-flights because of her. Will our ministers and high-level dignitaries try to learn any lesson from her?

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They were not citizens?

Home Minister Rambahadur Thapa, addressing the Federal Parliament said that those who died in bomb explosions on Sunday were not citizens. Weren’t they Nepali citizens? To recall, when the then vice chairman of the cabinet led by King Gyanendra, late Dr Tulsi Giri had requested the King to give him …

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