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Philippines-China maritime cooperation shows good start

By Liu Lulu Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte allowed China to research with the University of the Philippines at the Benham Rise, an area off the Philippines’ Pacific coast, according to Reuters. The report was later confirmed by Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang: China’s scientific research vessel Kexue will be …

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Ball is not just in the court

BY YUBARAJ GHIMIRE The euphoria over the successful conduct of the polls, the first under the new constitution, is fast giving way to anarchy and confusion. Last Wednesday, abuses were hurled at the sitting Chief Justice, Gopal Prasad Parajuli, during a hearing before a division bench of Nepal’s Supreme Court. …

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Delaying tactics of Deuba unjustified

BY DR. S.CHANDRASEKHARAN It is more than a month since the elections under the new constitution took place. Still, there appears to be no immediate chance of the new government being formed. It may take another month or even more and as one commentator said that perhaps it may need …

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Stalemate in smooth transfer of power?

Rajendra Bahadur Shrestha

BY DR. RAJENDRA B. SHRESTHA Nepali electorate has decided they want an end to political instability that has impeded development as a result of no one party winning a majority to form a stable government for the full term in the past. The new election results clearly indicate a comfortable …

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King Prithvi Narayan Shah the Great


BY DIRGHA RAJ PRASAI Prithvi Narayan Shah, who unified Nepal is the pride of this country. The great hero Prithvi Narayan Shah was born in Gorkha on 27 Pous 1779 B.S. Since 1768, a strong unitary sovereign nation was created with the involvement of the indigenous people. The indigenous people …

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Nepal: Post election tremors

BY DR. S. CHANDRA SEKHARAN It looks that it may take a month for the new government to take over. The delay is mainly due to failure of the political parties to reach a consensus on whether the mode of election to the Upper House should be by “Single transferable …

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Catch the Chinese train

Pushpa Raj Pradhan

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan There is a popular saying in Nepali, “Time and Tide Never Wait for anyone”. We have talked much about the 19th NC CPC and Belt and Road Initiative of China. Now, it is the time to materialize talks by importing Chinese investments for infrastructural development and …

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Indian jealousy unlimited; CPEC unstoppable now

NP Upadhya

BY N. P. UPADHYAYA Indian jealousy, as is its convention, has increased in these days and recent weeks observing the stunning developments that have taken place against its desire and hope in and around the entire South Asian region. Positive developments, as they are, however, the Indian regime has taken …

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