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Deuba completes desperate 100 days in office

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By Our Reporter  Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has completed his 100 days in the office. However, except for holding the second and the third phases of local polls and announcing dates of the federal and provincial elections, his government failed to do any appreciative work. Instead, his first 100 …

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American gesture

By Our Reporter Nepal is going to receive 500 million US support under the Millennium Challenge Cooperation programme. The State Department has remarked, “This is the first compact for the Trump administration, the first compact in South Asia, and includes the largest upfront contribution by any partner country.” Nepal received …

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KMC fails to distribute salaries to school teachers

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By Our Reporter Incompetency of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City has once again been revealed when it failed to provide salaries and Dashain allowance to the teachers of 94 public schools of the city. The school teachers who have not received their salaries from mid-July will be marking Dashain without receiving …

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NOC chief Khadka sacked

By Our Reporter Controversial Managing Director of Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC), state oil monopoly, Gopal Khadka was dismissed. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held in Singha Durbar on Monday relieved Khadka of his responsibilities concluding that he committed financial embezzlement while procuring land plots to build oil storage …

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Japan appreciates peaceful local elections in Nepal

By Our Reporter Japan has appreciated and extended sincere respects to the people of Nepal who contributed to the successful holding of local elections after a break of 20 years. This election on 18 September followed the first and second phases of local elections which were held in May and …

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“Don’t doubt on Budhigandaki project”

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan lately in Beijing Ma Xingying, executive vice president, China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC), said that Nepal should not doubt on timely completion of the Budhigandaki Hydropower Project. She explained that CGGC, established in 1970, holds the pride of construction of the Three Gorges Hydropower Project producing …

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Uncertainty mars Gorkhaland movement

By Our Reporter It has already been three months since the new round of Gorkhaland surfaced following a dispute over language; it has been still uncertain how the movement will come to an end. In three months, 11 demonstrators were killed in police firing and the people of Darjeeling underwent …

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Mahara fails to make the Chinese leaders happy

Nepal Premier's special envoy Krishna Bahadur Mahara (L) delivers documents to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, China, 16 August 2016.  REUTERS/Wu Hong/Pool

By Our Reporter The Chinese leaders who have shown their readiness to invest in Nepal through One Road One Belt initiatives look suspicious about the leaders of the ruling parties in Nepal. When the government led by Sher Bahadur Deuba has been reluctant in forwarding documents required to implement the …

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Elections become expensive in “Loktantra”

By Our Reporter Contesting an election in Nepal has of late become an expensive venture. When the political parties started selling election tickets to only reach leaders, mostly businessmen and contractors, contesting elections for the honest and non-corrupt leaders have been beyond their reach. In the recently held local polls, …

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Which party will be first in Province-2?

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As the voting date of September 18 local elections is coming closer, the political parties have intensified their canvassing with the aim of emerging the largest party in the province. Leaders of major political parties have claimed that their party would emerge as the largest party in the province. Likewise, …

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