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Ah, those jitters jingling behind the jibes

By Maila BajePrime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli increasingly relishes mocking the Nepali Congress, but he doesn’t seem to be exuding authentic mirth. If anything, his external pleasure seems to reflect his inner perplexity. Put simply, our prime minister cannot understand the mounting public disaffection with his government when what he …

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The other side of 26 Chaitra

By PR Pradhan Those, who are enjoying power at present, have recalled 26 Chaitra as the founding day of present political change. They are not tired of advocating the 26 Chaitra as the foundation of democracy or say present day “loktantra”. On 26 Chaitra, 2046 BS, multiparty democracy was introduced …

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The Message

Former King Gyanendra’s recent pilgrimage to the two eastern hill districts Ilam and Panchthar and earlier pilgrimage to the mid-Tarai districts have given clear message that still the institution of monarchy is the hope among the people. Even after dethronement of the institution above a decade, the image of the …

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Spice of life

By P. KharelQ paper leakage In Province Number 2, question papers were out on the eve of SEE exams last fortnight, as a result of which the related exams were postponed. Infuriated students resorted to street demonstrations and poured their anger on public vehicles, created roadblocks as a mark of …

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Modi exploiting Pulwama death for electoral gains

BY M CHUDARY Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “militaristic approach” responsible for the increasing killings in occupied Kashmir, and accused him and his Hindu nationalist party of now exploiting the deaths of paramilitary soldiers in Pulwama for political gains ahead of the national elections. Over the past five years, that Modi’s …

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New Indian government should take to cement ties with China

BY GAUTAM BAMBAWALE Even as India heads into a general election, it is important to keep focus on and not lose track of how the country must shape its foreign policy over the coming five years. Suggestions, inputs, advice on these issues will be valuable to whichever government is formed. …

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Tracklayer witnesses transportation expand in Tibet

LHASA, April 6 (Xinhua) — Braving freezing snow and wind, Wang Quanquan inspects a railway construction site in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, and takes pictures of workers laying the tracks. Such an inspection is a routine repeated two or three times a day. Wang works for China Railway 11 …

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