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How strong is republicanism?

If RPP, having belief on Hindu Kingdom, will withdraw its support from the government, the powerful republican Prime Minister PushpakamalDahal will fall down to the streets. The present constitution having secular, federal republic characteristics seems to have been facing serious crisis that if RPP will not give support to the …

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As if the government has no business!

By Our Reporter The government has already declared above 100 days as national holidays in different occasions, including the holiday on the Christmas Day. In addition, the government had announced national holiday on the day of arrival of the Indian President. Also, the government has announced national holiday in advance …

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Will President Bhandari help fix Oli-India relations?

By Our Reporter President Bidya Bhandari is scheduled to embark on a state visit to India from April 17. It will be the first foreign visit by the first female and the second President of Nepal almost 20 months after she assumed the high office. She is visiting India at …

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PM unable to convene cabinet meeting due to protocol row

By Our Reporter The cabinet meeting that used to take twice a week–on Monday and Thursday has not held since March 16 apparently due to the protocol row between Deputy Prime Minister Bimalendra Nidhi and Kamal Thapa. Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has been unable to decide which of the …

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Has PM Dahal betrayed India?

By Our Reporter The government has already announced the local election date and there are many issues which have to be resolved before the 14 May elections. The major job of the government is to bring the Madheshi Front to participate in the election by responding its demands. By neglecting …

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Trade, investment ties grow fast between China, Nepal

BEIJING, March 27 (Xinhua) — Trade and investment volumes between China and Nepal grew fast during the past few years as the two neighboring countries enhanced their economic ties, official data showed Monday. Bilateral trade increased 24 percent year on year to hit 85.04 million U.S. dollars in January 2017, …

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Will the Madhesi Front surrender?

By Our Reporter Amidst the conflicting media reports about the views of the leaders of the Madhes-based parties regarding the local polls, there is still uncertain whether the Madhes-based parties willactually  boycott the polls as they are claiming now or they will surrender and take part in the polls. When …

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Xi-Dahal meet: Breakthrough unlikely

By Our Reporter The Chinese authorities have finally managed to arrange a brief meeting between Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Chinese President Xi  Jinping in Beijing on 26 March. Sources said that President Xi has become ready to grant 10 to 15 minutes’ time to Dahal after Nepali authorities’ …

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Madhesi Front to launch decisive agitation to disturb local elections

By Our Reporter The United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) is likely to launch another round of agitation in Tarai to disturb the local polls scheduled for May 14. The Madhes-based parties, which fared badly in the Constituent Assembly Elections in 2013, have been resorting to one agitation after another against …

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Indian atrocity continues in Kanchanpur

By Our Reporter Govinda Gautam who was shot to death by the Indian SeemaSurakshaBal (SSB) in Kanchanpur was cremated with state honour on Sunday. Gautam,30, of Punarbash Municipality-8 in Kanchanpur district, had died on March 9 after being shot by the SSB at Aananda Bazaar in the district. The government …

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