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INGOs organising foreign junkets of court judges

Kathmandu, 13 October: The Supreme Court has expressed commitment for not accepting any foreign aid. In spite of such a commitment, higher level to district level judges are in foreign junket at the invitation of the International Legal Foundation, reports Jana Aastha vernacular weekly. In Lalitpur, Legal Aid Project is …

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Nirmala Pant murder episode: Police investigation team under surveillance

Kathmandu, 13 October: The then Nepal Police team assigned for investigation on Nirmala Pant murder case are under micro surveillance of the present investigation team. The investigation team led by AIG Dhiru Basnyat has started investigation on the role and investigation procedures performed by the District Police investigation team. DIG …

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“Nepali speaking people in Assam are Indians”

Kathmandu, 13 October: The Home Ministry of the Indian Federal Government has stated that people with Nepali origin residing in Assam are not Nepalis but Indians. The Home Ministry has sent directives to the Assam State Government on Wednesday, 10 October stating that those Nepali origin people are not Nepalis …

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Royal Crown on display

Kathmandu, 13 October: From coming Monday, 15 October, the Royal Crown will be displayed at the Narayanhitty Royal Palace Museum, reports Gorkhapatra daily. Visitors can see the Royal Crown at the Surkhet and Rupandehi Rooms in the Museum, informed Bheshnarayan Dahal, director general, Department of Archeology. The Crown will be …

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Bamdev Gautam under Prachanda’s game-plan

Kathmandu, 12 October: Finally, Bamdev Gautam has decided for not contesting by-poll from Kathmandu Constituency No 7 after massive opposition from the social networks, media outlets and from the Communist Party of Nepal as well. When Bamdev Gautam wished to become the elected member of Parliament, the party made efforts …

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Left government’s Dashain gift: Skyrocketing market price

By Our Reporter Dashain, the greatest festival of all Nepali people, has finally begun. However, the festival is likely to bring more woes than happiness to the people this time, thanks to the skyrocketing market price of everything. As the government has completely failed to control the market price and …

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Where has 10,018 sq kilometer of Nepali land gone?

By Our Reporter A bizarre fact was revealed about Nepal’s territory recently. The Annapurna Post made public this in an article published on it recently. We have been reading that Nepal spreads in an area of 147, 181 sq kilometer. However, according to the government’s latest update, Nepal’s total territory …

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Report on Nirmala’s rape and murder made public

By Our Reporter The government made public the report of the probe panel formed to investigate into the murder of 13-year-old Nirmala Panta after her rape. The Ministry of Home Affairs made the report public on Sunday. In its conclusion, the report mentioned that Nepal Police remained indifferent though the …

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Pappu construction under CIAA net, MP Rauniyar suspended

By Our Reporter The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has finally filed a case against the owner and chair of the controversial Pappu Construction Company, including lawmaker Hari Narayan Prasad Sah Rauniyar. The construction company has earned bad name for low quality works over the years. …

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