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Alarming economic scenario

By Our Reporter Nepal Rastra Bank, central bank of the country, has presented a bleak scenario of our economy. In the first two months of the present fiscal year, the government has faced 5 billion 870 million rupees worth negative balance of payment due to rapid increase in imports, decrease …

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Left alliance may bag 150 seats

By Our Reporter Different sectors are calculating about the result of the federal parliament elections. According to the constitutional provision, there will be 165 MPs who will be directly elected whereas 110 will be elected through the proportional election system. Out of the 275 member parliament, it is assumed that …

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RJP-N and FSF alliance in the Indian interests

By Our Reporter The Indian design was to isolate the UML, India’s strong critic at least for ten years from which UML would be finished. However, UML chairman KP Oli became successful to forge Left alliance with the long-term plan of unification of the two parties – UML and Maoist …

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A big constitutional joke on executive power

By Our Reporter Prime Minister SherBahadurDeuba has made the record of making the largest ever cabinet of 64 ministers in the history of this nation. But this is his compulsion. The constitution defines that a prime minister is the chief executive of the nation having excessive power. It is funny …

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Left and democratic alliance a play to grab power

By Our Reporter After the CPN-UML and the Maoist-Centre decided to forge electoral alliance and pitch for the unification of the two parties in a dramatic way during recent Dashain, the political parties have been polarised on two opposition directions. When the CPN-UML, the Maoist- Centre and Baburam Bhattarai’s Naya …

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Nepal can benefit enormously from Yunnan: Governor Zhao Jin

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan lately in Kunming Zhao Jin, member of the Party Standing Committee and Head of the Publicity Department of the Yunan province Committee, CPC, said that Nepal can benefit enormously from Yunnan. Talking to a group of Nepali journalists visiting China, Zhao said that Yunnan has given …

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“Belt & Road initiative for collective partnership and development”

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan lately in Beijing Professor Jaing Yuechun, director, China Institute of International Studies, at an interaction with a group of senior journalists from Nepal visiting China said that the Belt and Road Initiative is for collective partnership and economic development. He emphasized that the initiative is not …

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“Less chance of war on Doklam dispute”

By Our Reporter Dr Khadga KC, International Relations Department, Tribhuvan University, said that there is only five percent chance of war between India and China on the Doklam dispute. In an interview to the STV Chat in the Sagarmatha TV, KC said that China, by fighting with India will not …

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Deuba is likely to lead the biggest-ever cabinet

By Our Reporter The term of the present parliament and the government ends on January 21, 2018 and many of the leaders who are now lawmakers can never be elected in the parliament. As such, they want to become ministers even for three months and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba …

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