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India eases power generation process in Nepal

By Our Reporter The Indian government that had issued a directive restricting the import of power generated in Nepal by the companies other than the Indian ones has finally lifted the restriction, paving the way for Nepal to export power to the third countries. Besides, India agreed to open power …

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Misuse of Rs.3.88 billion in wide-body planes deal

By Our Reporter The sub-committee formed by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Parliament has concluded misappropriation of Rs 3.88 billion while purchasing the wide-body aircraft. The PAC had formed the sub-committee to probe into the irregularities in the procurement of the two wide-body aircraft. The sub-committee also recommended …

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Japan to consume Nepali manpower

By Our Reporter The Government of Japan has decided to allow Nepali migrant workers in its labour market. Japan’s such decision came after a meeting between Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali and his Japanese counterpart held some weeks ago. According to Nikkei Asian Review, the government of Japan …

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Leaders are afraid even from the shadow of the former King

By Our Reporter The other day, when the former king was seen dancing at a private party in Kathmandu, co-chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) PushpakamalDahal saw a serious threat to the present republicanism. When the former King was encircled by thousands of people in Pokhara during his …

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21 rhinos die in accidents in six months

By Our Reporter It comes as a shocking fact that 21 rhinos, one of endangered animal species, died in the first five and half months of the current fiscal year in the Chitwan National Park (CNP). Such a large number of the one-horn rhinos perished in the CNP this year …

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CPN standing committee endorses chairmen’s political document

By Our Reporter The standing committee meeting of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) has endorsed a political document jointly presented by party chairman duo KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal. After deliberations and disputes lasting for days, the standing committee meeting held at the Dhumbarahi-based party headquarters …

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Japan’s foreign minister Kano to visit Nepal next week

By Our Reporter Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono will arrive in Kathmandu on a two-day official visit on January 9 at the invitation of his Nepali counterpart Pradeep Kumar Gyawali. Foreign Ministry confirmed Kano’s Nepal visit by issuing a press statement last week. During the visit, the two leaders will …

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National cap day observed

By Our Reporter After the then prime minister Baburam Bhattarai suspended Daura-Surwal and Gunai-Chholi as the national dress, some spontaneous youths launched a campaign to observe 1 January as the national cap day since January 2070. Since then, the first day of the English New Year is being observed as …

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Chinese ambassador designate arrives

By Our Reporter Ms. Hou Yanqi, Chinese Ambassador designate to Nepal arrived here on 29 December. Deputy Chief of Protocol at the Foreign Ministry Khadga Dahal received the new ambassador at the Tribhuvan International Airport upon her arrival. Hou is the 21st Chinese ambassador to Nepal since establishment of the …

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Rawal arrested in connection to Nirmala case released

By Our Reporter Pradeep Rawal, another youth arrested in connection to rape and murder of Nirmala Panta of Kanchanpur, was released. Rawal, who was arrested three weeks ago from Kathmandu, was released on normal date by the Metropolitan Police Circle, Maharajgunj on last Wednesday at an order of the Kathmandu …

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