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When Chinkaji becomes Chiniakaji

Before her assignment as the Supreme Court chief justice, acting chief justice Sushila Karki had to face the Public Hearing Committee in the Parliament. In the process of responding questions from the MPs, Karki pronounced Chiniakaji Shrestha to the NC MP. Later she confessed that she made a mistake, then …

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Level of corruption

The dam structure of the newly constructed Sikta Irrigation Project, considered as a project of national pride, has been collapsed even before its test operation. Understandably, the construction didn’t meet the standards and and also understandable that it has happened it’s clear that this incident is as a result of …

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Rayamajhi’s “patriotic” stance!

Energy Minister Top Bahadur Rayamajhi is running behind commission rather than looking after nation’;s interests. In his recent efforts, Rayamajhi has planned to reward an American company by endorsing power purchase agreement (PPA) in the US dollar. Until now, such deals in US dollar have caused a heavy loss to …

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When small is counted

Five rupees is a small amount but when it is added, it becomes a huge amount. The government has been able to collect 240 million rupees within two weeks from one customs office against the infrastructure development tax on petro-products with the aim of constructing Budhigandaki Dam Hydropower Project. It …

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Ex-president to face court

The first President of the republic Nepal is facing the court case as the government has not paid the rent of the house where he is staying. Earlier, the government had decided to pay 130 thousand rupees per month as rent for ex-President Rambaran Yadav. The house owner, who didn’t …

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Ex-VP’s plight

Yes, the government decided to pay house rent of the ex-president but such a facility has not been given to the ex-vice president. The ex-VP is found complaining that he is compelled to keep above two and a half dozen security personnel at his small residence, which has become an …

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Destroying historical documents

After the earthquake last year damaged the building of the National Library, the books there have been dumped in the bags and most of the books have already been destroyed, reports say. The National Library is one of the oldest libraries having collection of valuable and historical books on religion, …

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When uneducated Oli meets highly educated Bhattarai

Just recently, Baburam Bhattarai, who holds a PhD degree from the Jwaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, had remarked that the Prime Minister is an uneducated person. It is true that Oli holds the formal certificate of SLC only. It is also true that Oli was jailed for many years. …

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Nepal haven for the black marketeers

When the Salt Trading Corporation announced that the sugar is out of stock, the sugar price has increased from 65 rupees to 85 rupees in the market. When the sugar cane’s price was fixed, it was said that the sugar price should not exceed 65 rupees. The farmers were compelled …

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Now trade unions in government offices

The KP Sharma Oli led government has officially recognized government trade unions by providing 60 million rupees to conduct elections and also by giving holiday to conduct the election. At a time when the industries are facing disturbances from the unnecessary demands put forward by the trade unions, the government …

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