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Victims of Holocaust remembered

By Our Reporter The Israel Embassy together with the United Nations, Germany Embassy and the Delegation of the European Union marked the International Day of the Commemoration of the Victims of the Holocaust on 27 January 2017. A special event was organized to remember the six million people killed during …

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Government attorneys boycott court

By Our Correspondent The district attorneys and those working at the office of the Attorney General have started boycotting the court to protest against the appointments of the 80 judges in the high courts. Even Attorney General Raman Shrestha has supported the protest that began from Sunday. The Judicial Council …

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Agitating Tarai leaders responsible for Tikapur massacre

By Our Reporter A parliamentary committee formed to probe the Tikapur massacre has found the leaders of Federal alliance including NC lawmaker Amaresh Kumar Singh and Maoist leader Dev Gurung for instigating the Tharus for the heinous crime. The agitating Tharus had killed seven police personnel including a  senior police …

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RSS deputy chief reporter Bhandary honoured

Kathmandu, Jan 21: Thirty-two personalities including Deputy Chief Reporter of the Rastriya Samachar Samiti, Sharachchandra Bhandary have been honoured here on Saturday. Neeti Anusandhan Pratisthan, Nepal honoured them for their significant contribution to the nation from their respective sectors after studying in various educational institutions of India. Bhandary was honoured …

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Wild tuskers kill two, buffalo one

By Our Reporters Wild elephants killed two persons, including a 13-year-old girl, in a community forest of Jhapa Sunday The deceased were identified as 13 – year – old Sharmila Limbu and Palmaya Subba, 41, of Bhadrapur – 2. The attack took place when they were foraging for fodder at …

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Rawal’s information

By Our Reporter Former DPM and former minister Bhim Rawal was informed through his sources that the Indians have planned to destabilize Nepal by using some Tarai centric parties along with some armed forces in Tarai districts. Rawal, senior UML leader, is learnt to have briefed this information to the …

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Infrastructure Summit to herald avenues for development

By Sharachchandra Bhandary With an intention to give impetus to slow-moving infrastructure development, the country is gearing up to host infrastructure summit in capital next month heralding avenues for development. The Second Nepal Infrastructure Summit, in association with government of Nepal and development partners to be hosted by the Confederation …

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Appointment of high court judges dragged into controversy

By Our Reporter Appointment of 80 judges in the vacant posts of the seven high courts on Thursday night has been dragged into controversy as 27 of the judges were selected on the basis of their political leanings and even junior lawyers were made to the post of judges. A …

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Manibabu no more

By Our Reporter Pioneer journalist, editor of the Samaj vernacular daily, ManirajUpadhaya (Manibabu), 94, passed away on 11 January in the evening due to sudden cardiac arrest. He was rushed to SahidGangalal Hospital, where, he was declared dead. His last rites were performed at the PashupatiAaryaghat on 12 January. People’s …

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Late Govinda Biyogi remembered

By Our Reporter 2 Magh (15 January) was observed as the Govinda Biyogi memorial day by the Editors’ Society of Nepal (ESON) by organizing a program here. Eleven years ago, on the same day, senior journalist Govinda Biyogi, founding chairman of ESON passed away at the ESON office while chairing …

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