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11th informal meeting of SAARC finance ministers in Japan

The 11th informal meeting of SAARC finance ministers was held in Yokohama, Japan on 5th May, 2017, on the sidelines of the 50th annual meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) being held from May 4 to 7. The meeting, attended by finance ministers or heads of delegations from all …

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Bhandary vows to work for women


By Our Reporter Indira Bhandary, a Nepali Congress candidate vying for the Kathmandu Metropolis Ward 8 member under open competition has stressed on women’s participation in the various levels of decision making which is an essential prerequisite for the establishment of equality, development and peace in the society. Talking to …

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Nepal below the Bhutani status

By Our Reporter What Nepal achieved from the “historical people’s movement-2”? Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal is found time and again repeating that the constitution amendment is necessary to institutionalize the “historical achievement” of the 2006 people’s movement”. In fact, Delhi is found treating the Nepali leaders as its slaves and …

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Will Nepal join OBOR?

By Our Reporter China is hosting One Belt One Road Summit in Beijing on 14 and 15 May. Above 65 nations including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka from the South Asian region are also participating the Summit. A Baluatar source informed that Nepal has decided to send a high-level delegation led …

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Nepal to benefit from OBOR initiatives


By Our Reporter The government formed in the grace of India has finally decided to ink the One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiatives launched by China. The government led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal was hesitating to ink the OBOR at the instruction of India, which has been opposing the initiatives …

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Constitution amendment bill likely to fail

By Our Reporter Political crisis is likely to deepen further as the attempt of the ruling parties to amend the constitution as demanded by the Madhes-based parties is likely to fail.  If the amendment fails, the Madhes–based parties may not participate in the polls, and the second phase election may …

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Government proposes to link Kerung-Kathmandu-Pokhara-Lumbini with OBOR

Kathmandu, April 28: The government has proposed Kerung-Kathmandu-Pokhara-Lumbini railway to be a part of ‘ One Belt One Road’ project initiated by China. Addressing a seminar on ‘One Belt One Road Initiative and the South Asia’ organised by the China Study Centre and Nepal Institute for Strategic Studies here Friday, …

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