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NC district presidents urge to end groupism

By Our Reporter The three-day national assembly of the district chairmen of the Nepali Congress has concluded Friday by issuing 21-point Hetauda declaration, promising reform in the party and accusing the government of moving on the path of totalitarianism. The district presidents who heavily criticised the party leadership for the …

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Parliament regulations endorsed

By Our Reporter The ‘Joint Meeting of Federal Parliament (Work Procedure) Regulation, 2075’ has been endorsed. A joint meeting of National Assembly and House of Representatives held on Friday endorsed regulation, paving the way for the formation of joint committees, which will further pave the way for parliamentary hearing of …

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Poor and confusing SEE results worry educationists, guardians

By Our Reporter   The Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE) published the results of Secondary Education Examination (SEE) 2018 on Saturday evening. However, the results turned faulty the next day when the students found difference between the GPA they received on Saturday and Sunday. Of course, the OCE …

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Ministers’ absence disrupts House Meeting

By Our Reporter The meeting of the House of Representatives has regularly been disrupted as the concerned ministers do not appear in the House during the deliberations. This week also the meeting on Monday was interrupted for a while due to the absence of Home Minister. When NC lawmakers asked …

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Setting in Melamchi Project

By Our Reporter Minister for Drinking Water Bina Magar has transferred secretary Krishnaraj BC and brought Gragendra Thakur as the new secretary. Along with arrival of Thakur, the Italian contractor has resumed construction works with the commitment of releasing drinking water from Melamchi by Dasain festival this year. Earlier, the …

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Gobinda Biyogi road

By Our Reporter President of the Federation of Nepalese Journalists Govinda Acharya, former presidents Harihar Birahai and Dr Mahendra Bista and Editors’ Society of Nepal chairman Puru Rishal jointly inaugurated the Gobinda Biyogi Road in Gurje Bhanjyang, Nuwakot amidst a gathering of senior journalists and locals on Saturday. The Ward …

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Hindu agenda in NC assembly

Kathmandu, 26 June: In the recently concluded Nepali Congress district presidents’ assembly in Hetauda, a large number of participants had lauded for adopting Hindu agenda. Nepal Samacharpatra daily reports that when Kirna Malla, president, Dadeldhura district committee raised the issue of the agenda of a Hindu nation, Ajaya Dubedi, Parsha, …

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High-level visit from China soon

Kathmandu, 25 June: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is confident that soon, high level visit from China will take place. Upon his arrival from six-day visit to China at Tribhuvan International Airport on Sunday, Oli informed that he has extended invitation to President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang to …

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Serious error in SEE result

Kathmandu, 25 June: There was a serious error in publishing result of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), according to RSS. The Examination Control Office, which is under the National Examination Board, is found publishing SEE result of this year without adding marks obtained by the students on practical. SEE had …

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Nepal receives clean chit from ICAO on safety standard

Kathmandu: 24 June: The International Civil Aviation Organisation has certified that that Nepal’s aviation has maintained ICAO’s safety standards significantly. In July, 2013, ICAO’s Coordinated Validation Mission had raised safety concerns on Nepal’s aviation. The SSC Validation Committee meeting held in ICAO Headquarters, Montreal, decided to remove Nepal’s aviation from …

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