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Dr Koirala poses threat to Deuba

By Our Reporter At a time when Nepali Congress president and Prime Minister Sher Bahdaur Deuba has been taking one immoral decision after another despite NC lost the elections, influential NC leaders including Dr Shekhar Koirala have started raising voices against Deuba’s leadership. Besides Dr Koirala, youth leader Gagan Thapa, …

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Dura-Surwal ban in No 2 province

By Our Reporter Daura Suruwal is the identity of Nepalis. But this dress was prohibited in the assembly halls of the Province No 2, clearly suggesting that the Madhes-based parties were working against the national integrity. During the first meeting of the provincial assembly, the Madhes-based parties, which enjoy majority …

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By Our Reporter Senior litterateur Man Brajaki passed away on Friday at the age of 75. A patient of brain hemorrhage, Brajaki died at the Patan Hospital while undergoing treatment. “Timri Swasni ra Ma” and “Annapurnako Bhoj” are among famous collections of stories written by Bajraki, a well-known author in …

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Rawal says all decisions of care-taker govt will be annulled

By Our Correspondent The CPN-UML irked by the latest decisions taken by the government has reiterated its view to annul the decisions taken by the present Sher Bahadur Deuba-led government. CPN-UML vice chairman Bhim Bahadur Rawal on Friday said that the upcoming government would annul all the decisions taken by …

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Pakistan Embassy observes Kashmir Solidarity Day

By Our Reporter Embassy of Pakistan organized a talk programme/interaction on the topic “Historical Perspective of Jammu and Kashmir Dispute” on 5 February. The programme was well attended by large segments of Nepalese society including parliamentarians, think thanks, intellectuals, academicians, media persons and civil society. 5 February is observed as …

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Rural schoolgirl can teach West lesson about China’s rise

BY AI JUN For decades, the West has not understood the rise of China, which led to their vigilance toward Beijing. Perhaps a book can provide them with a new perspective. A piece of review of The Diary of Ma Yan has been widely circulated for years – “I was …

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Accounting professionals call for strengthening public finance management

By Our Reporter Professionals and experts of accounting have underlined the need of improvement in the current accounting system for strengthening of public finance management as the country transitions toward federal system from the unitary system. Speaking at an interaction entitled ‘Role of professionals in public finance management’ organized by …

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Caretaker government vital decisions irk left alliance

By Our Reporter The Sher Bahadur Deuba-led caretaker government has been making mockery of the parliamentary system of the government by taking important decisions even after the people gave a clear mandate to the left alliance to form the next government in the recent elections. Against the popular practice of …

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NA election: 52 candidates vie for 32 NA seats

By Our Reporter The National Assembly election is now at the final stage with the Election Commission allocating election symbols to all 52 candidates vying for 32 of the 56 seats of the Upper House. The election is scheduled for February 7. However, as 24 NA members were elected unopposed, …

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