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How far is the government friendly with China?

By Our Reporter Bimalendra Nidhi, deputy prime minister and home minister is of the view that Nepal should enhance relations with India by discouraging relations with Nepal’s northern neighbour China. Time and again, he has advised PM PushpakamalDahal saying that there is no need to look towards the north. This …

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Kathmandu: Dustmandu or Maskmandu?

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By Our Reporter Kathmandu, which is said to be the capital city located in the most beautiful landscape in the world, has now virtually turned into Dustmandu, thanks to the inefficient government. Air pollution of the valley has already crossed the dangerous points at several places of the capital city. …

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Tibet leads in China’s electricity consumption growth

LHASA, Jan. 17 (Xinhua) — Tibet reported the fastest growth in electricity consumption across China last year as its economy continued to grow at a double-digit rate for a 24th consecutive year. Tibet consumed 4.18 billion kilowatt hours of electricity in 2016, up 21.4 percent, according to an industry report. …

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Will India win or lose?

By Our Reporter As the constitution amendment bill has been tabled in the parliament, a question has been raised that whether India will win or lose this time!. UML leaders believe that the present amendment proposal is not to serve the interests of the Tarai community but to serve the …

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How safe is our only international airport?

By Our Reporter At once Charles Shovraj, who is now behind bars, said that he could pass even an elephant from the customs of the Tribhuvan International Airport. And he seems true. Confiscation of over 33kg gold from the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal from Pingansthan, a few metres …

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Will the constitution also be amended in a dramatic way?

By Our Reporter Although the ruling parties succeeded to table the constitution amendment bill amidst the opposition from the CPN-UML and other opposition parties in a dramatic way, the fate of the bill still seems uncertain. The CPN-UML and eight other opposition parties had agreed to allow the government to …

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Will India win or lose?

By Our Reporter As the constitution amendment bill has been tabled in the parliament, a question has been raised that whether India will win or lose this time!. UML leaders believe that the present amendment proposal is not to serve the interests of the Tarai community but to serve the …

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Tibet Plateau reports 99 new lakes in last four decades: Research

LHASA, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) — Climate change researchers working across the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau say rapid warming has resulted in the formation of 99 new lakes and “extensive” lake expansion over the last four decades. The findings were published in the latest edition of the American journal “Geophysical Research Letters.” Besides …

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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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