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Back channel talks with Biplav

Kathmandu, 18 July: Back channel talks  are ongoing between Netra Bikram Chand alias Biplav -led Nepal Communist Party and government representatives. The government is pushing Biplav-led splinter group to come and hold official talks. However, it has failed to do so. The government wants the rebellious outfit to join mainstream …

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People’s Review turns 29 years

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan It is indeed a glorious moment to get the opportunity to inform all our valued readers and well-wishers that from today’s edition, People’s Review has started its journey towards 29 years. With the support, contribution and admiration of all our well-wishers, we have been able to …

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NC CWC meet held, factions divided over general convention date

By Our Reporter The meeting of the Central Working Committee of the Nepali Congress was postponed citing the devastating floods across the country. The party said as its leaders, lawmakers and cadres had to engage in the rescue and relief distribution tasks, the meeting had been postponed. The meeting had …

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Prime Minister sans control over bureaucracy, Cabinet

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli now leads a powerful two-thirds majority communist government. However, last week people realised the otherwise when the powerful Prime Minister said he was deceived by the bureaucracy and ministers. It was the issue of pesticide tests in the India-imported fruit and vegetables …

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President Xi visiting India, Nepal visit uncertain

By Our Reporter Chinese President Xi Jinping is preparing to embark on India visit soon. President Xi wanted to visit Nepal first, but when Nepal failed to make preparations to welcome Xi in Kathmandu, he is now paying a visit to India. President Xi was mentally prepared to visit Nepal …

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Nepal gets Rs 11 billion for federalism

By Our Reporter The World Bank has renewed support to the Government of Nepal to strengthen the country’s efforts towards fiscal federalism and improving public financial management under the Second Programmatic Fiscal and Public Financial Management Development Policy Credit Project. The $100 million project is geared towards the accomplishment of …

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Japan supports reconstruction of two hospitals

By Our Reporter Japan supported reconstruction works of the Paropakar Maternity & Women’s Hospital and Bir Hospital have been completed and handed over to the Ministry of Health and Population amidst a function last week. The new building of the Paropakar Maternity and Women’s Hospital was inaugurated by Prime Minister …

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Bhanu Jayenti: National luminary neglected by the government

By Our Reporter The 206th birth anniversary Aadi Kavi Bhanu Bhakta Acharya was observed across the country on Sunday. Most of the events were organized to commemorate the Aadi Kavi from the people’s level as the government over the years has neglected national luminary like Acharya and the unifier of …

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Former King Gyanendra expresses sorrow

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra has expressed deep sorrow on the damages created by the floods and landslides along with the Monson rains all over the country. The former King has urged all to work for the people’s welfare by forgetting the conservative thinking of yours and mine at …

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BABBLERS: A gift from a government with two-thirds majority

A gift from a government with two-thirds majority Do you believe that one should pay additional 6.5 million rupees as excise duty, VAT, import tax, environment tax and road tax while importing a vehicle from India priced at two million rupees? Yes, this is a truth in “new” Nepal. IT …

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