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China’s reform efforts an example to the world

BY BAO CHUANJIAN The Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China held in November 2013 examined a number of important issues regarding comprehensively deepening reform. The Communiqué adopted thereafter points out that the overall goal of comprehensively deepening reform was to improve and …

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Nepal-Sri Lanka economic cooperation discussed

By Our Reporter The Embassy of Sri Lanka together with Nepal- Sri Lanka Chamber of Commerce & Industry organized a Programme on “Promotion of Economic relations between Sri Lanka and Nepal”. Ms. Swarna Perera, Ambassador and Ramesh Maharjan, President, Nepal- Sri Lanka Chamber of Commerce & Industry graced the occasion. …

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Gagan Thapa’s vision

By Our Reporter Gagan Thapa, the projected youth leader of the Nepali Congress doesn’t speak of Nepali concerns, but represents those foreign powers which have sponsored him. All are aware about this fact. Just recently, Thapa expressed his serious concern and demanded that a national holiday on the occasions of …

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NRNA Thailand honours Nepali icons

By Our Reporter NRNA Thailand honored Mahesh Maharjan, the gold medalist at the 10th World Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Champions held in Chiang Mai, Thailand organizing a congratulating event in Bangkok on 23 December. NRNA Thailand President Assajita Awale offered a letter of appreciation with a purse worth 225 thousand …

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Tibet establishes its first entrepreneurship incubation base

LHASA, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) — The first entrepreneurship incubation base in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region was established on Tuesday. Jointly set up by the regional human resources and social security department and the branch of China Mobile Communication Group Co. Ltd. in Lhasa, capital of the region, the incubation …

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Tibet’s first technical college under construction

LHASA, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) — Construction on the first technical college in Tibet Autonomous Region started in Lhasa, the region’s capital, on Tuesday, according to the regional human resources and social security department. With an investment of 1 billion yuan (about 145 million U.S. dollars), the college is expected to …

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East China city holds Tibet’s yak culture exhibition

NANJING, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) — An exhibition featuring yak culture opened Wednesday in Nanjing, capital of east China’s Jiangsu Province, highlighting the lifestyle of the Tibetan people and history of yaks. Exihibits include more than 320 yak-related items, such as yak fossils dating back 45,000 years, yak specimens, tents, daily …

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Pawns in a geostrategic chess game in the Himalayas

BY BHIM BHURTEL Nepalese Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali recently concluded a formal visit to the US, where he engaged in bilateral talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on December 18. It was the first high-level exchange between Nepal and the US since then-secretary of state Colin Powell landed in …

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Export incentive practice in Nepal: Lessons to learn from India

BY DR. SUMAN KUMAR REGMI Export incentive is a vast subject covering as it has virtually limitless possibilities in the realms of financial and other assistance given to exporters. One way of gaining insight into some of the consequences of export incentives is to study some of the schemes already …

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