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Doesn’t Nepal have foreign policy?

By Our Reporter Nepal has been the oldest nation of Asia. King Prithvi Narayan Shah who unified Nepal some 248 years ago was the first ruler in the world to have a permanent army. He also formulated foreign policy which was well documented in the Dipyopadesh. Even after the demise …

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Fate of amendment bill still uncertain

By Our Reporter The fate of the controversial bill registered by the government in the parliament to make amendments to the constitution is still uncertain by the time this story was developed. The government had committed to table the bill in the meeting on Monday but postponed for one more …

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NC-MC difference delay ambassadors’ assignment

By Our Reporter Reports state that dispute has been surfaced between NC and Maoist in assignment of the ambassadors in 12 countries. Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal has planned five seats for the Maoist party and five seats for the Nepali Congress, one post for RPP and one post for other …

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How was 2016 for Nepal?

By Our Reporter We recently bid adieu to 2016 and welcomed the New Year–2017.  As usual, we have both good and bad incidents throughout the year. The Year 2016 had begun amidst difficult times being faced by the Nepalese people. The inhuman blockade imposed by India against Nepal was still …

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Some incapable leaders become mad from former King’s statement

By Our Reporter Incapable political leaders have become mad from former king Gyanendra’s statement last week. The statement became the issue of debate in the cabinet meeting next day. NC leader and DPM and home minister BimalendraNidhi, in reaction to the former King’s statement, had remarked that the government should …

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New constitution is likely to become dysfunctional

By Our Reporter Nepal’s new constitution is likely to become dysfunctional because of the anti-people provisions inserted into it. People have strongly opposed the provisions of republicanism, federalism and secularism, which were never their demands. It was evident from the protests launched by the people against the constitution amendment bill …

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How safe is the court?

By Our Reporter Courts are to give justice and protection to the people. But in Nepal even the courts are now not free from the vandals and violence. It was evident from the incident in which suspended chairman of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority Lok Man …

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Former King’s statement scares PM, encourages patriotic forces

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra’s statement, which he issued on December 21 stating that Nepal’s national unity is under attack and its people must act to save it, has stirred up a hornets’ nest in the political circle of the country. Unlike in the past, the former King did …

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Tibet sets standards for Thangka paintings

LHASA, Dec. 24 (Xinhua) — Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region is making standards for Thangka painting — a traditional style of Tibetan Buddhist scroll painting, local authorities said Friday. Wangchen, director of the institute for standardization under the regional bureau of quality and technical supervision, said that the standards will …

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Threats to PM Dahal

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal, addressing a gathering on Sunday, claimed that some people were planning to attempt a coup  by using CIAA chairman Lokman Singh Karki. Such a plan was initiated against the government led by him when he was in a state visit to India, he …

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