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BIMSTEC Ministerial Meeting fails to fix summit date

By Our Reporter The 15th Ministerial Meeting of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) concluded here Friday failed to sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the BIMSTEC Grid Interconnection. The meeting also failed to fix the date of the fourth BIMSTEC Summit. Earlier, …

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Deuba plans ill-timed visit to India

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is all set to pay an official visit to India from August 23 to 27 despite strong opposition from a section of scholars and diplomats in Nepal. In series of write-ups published in different newspapers and online news, scholars and diplomats have …

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Dirty politics in RPP

By Our Reporter RPP’s splinter party RPP Democratic chairman PashupatiShumsherRana is playing dirty politics to finish RPP mother organization chaired by Kamal Thapa. Rana is yet to manage necessary number of the 40 percent central committee members to split the party formally. He has abducted CC members forcefully and it …

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SC verdict on Bharatpur 19 re-election irks UML

By Our Reporter The Supreme Court‘s verdict to uphold the Election Commission’s decision to conduct re-polling in Ward no. 19 of Bharatpur Metropolis has irked the CPN-UML. Although the CPN-UML accepted the verdict, it warned that the verdict of Apex Court on re-polling of Bharatpur -19 has established  a wrong …

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Will there be war between India and China?

By Our Reporter The military standoff between India and China is continuing at Doklam, near the Bhutan-China border. Although, there is a media war between the two countries, until now, both the sides have not opened fire against each other. India and China had fought a war in 1962 and …

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Will PM Deuba be able to hold polls as provisioned in the statute?

By Our Reporter The latest political developments and expressions made by a section of our powerful politicians have made the people suspicious about the effective implementation of the constitution. When only five months, as proposed by the Election Commission, are left to hold the elections of the federal and provincial …

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Where is UTL?

By Our Reporter There was a hue and cry against Ncell, a multinational joint-venture company providing mobile service, for manipulating tax. Different committees in the Parliament, media and the so-called intellectuals launched a campaign to defame Ncell on the charge of not paying tax to the government on its share …

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Provincial, federal parliament elections challenging

By Our Reporter It is already July and the vote counting of the second phase polls is still going on, and the government has been unable to make preparations for the elections of the provincial and federal parliaments, which the Election Commission has proposed to hold by the third week …

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Will RJP take part in 18 Sept polls?

By Our Reporter The government postponed the local elections in Province 2 for September 28 as demanded by the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal instead of holding it on June 28. However, the RJP-N leaders are still claiming that the government postponed the polls in Province 2 without consulting them and …

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Discouraging Nepal-China trade?

(151031) -- RASUWA, Oct. 31, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Fuel tankers of Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) head to Chinese city Kerung to receive the petrol assisted by Chinese government in Rasuwa, Nepal, Oct. 31, 2015. Nepal has sent four fuel tankers to China's Kerung on Saturday noon to receive the first batch of China's fuel grant to ease the fuel crisis in the country following India's blockade. (Xinhua/Sunil Sharma)(zhf)

By Our Reporter It is disappointing that while travelling from Kathmandu to Rasuwagari, one has to go through security checks in 13 check-posts. One or two security check is okay but security checks at 13 places have given a wrong message that the security organs are discouraging Nepal’s trade with …

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