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Nepal following footsteps of Venezuela?

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan Last week, the US dollar price had established a new record of above 114 rupees per unit. Nepal’s currency is tied-up with the Indian currency at 100:160 ratio. As Indian currency has become weak, it has affected our money market. Due to the fixed exchange rate …

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Just a little hope!

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan The Chinese side has informed that the Kerung-Rasuwagari-Kathmandu railway line is possible but challengeable. The primary estimated cost of this project is 250 billion rupees. After the detailed project report (DPR) will be completed within two years, the actual cost will be determined. Meanwhile, our so-called …

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Beauty of “loktantra”: Squeezing poor citizens?

By Our Reporter We have acute shortage of development fund to invest in infrastructural sector development. Even by knowing the reality, our “revolutionary” leaders have introduced such an expensive political system, in which, we have to feed a large number of political leaders with attractive salary, allowances and other facilities. …

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Was Oli’s China visit successful?

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli returned home on Sunday after completing a six-day long visit to China. Upon his arrival, Oli claimed that his visit to China has given a new height to Nepal-China relations. Oli has also claimed that signing of understanding on railway line and …

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Where is a petro-products deal? Testing time for Oli

By Our Reporter During his first visit to Beijing in the capacity of the prime minister of Nepal two years ago, KP Sharma Oli and his Chinese counterpart had agreed to import 30 percent out of the total imports of our petro-products from China. This time, we have not seen …

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Why India denies international air routes via western Nepal?

By Our Reporter India has agreed to allow the operating of international flights via Janakpur and Biratnagar besides from the in existence only international air route via Simara. This is an achievement. But Nepal is constructing an international airport in Pokhara and Bhairahawa as well and for operation of these …

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Lessons from Qatar

By Our Reporter A small Gulf country like Qatar efficiently dealt with the one year of economic blockade imposed on it by a much larger country Saudi Arabia and its allies. After the blockade, Qatar, an import based country, got a great lesson and gave special focus on becoming self …

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Oli a “setting sun”

By Our Reporter After unification between UML and Maoist Center followed by joining the government by Federal Socialist Forum led by Upendra Yadav, the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) has emerged as the powerful government ensuring two-thirds majority in the parliament and PM Oli is seen most powerful executive chief …

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Formation of the CPN just for power sharing!

By Our Reporter Creation of the Communist Party of Nepal by merging the CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre seems to just for power sharing. It is evident from the latest political development including the appointment of the party’s central committee members. Of course, formation of the new party was possible …

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