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Will UML agree to amended constitution?

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By Our Reporter With the state visit of Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, pressure has increased on Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba to register a proposal of constitution amendment in the parliament. Mukherjee, who has maintained good relations with the Nepalese leaders while serving as …

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Indian President gives priority to visit Pashupati Nath Temple

The President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee visiting the Pashupatinath Temple, in Kathmandu, Nepal on November 03, 2016.
	The Minister of State for Defence, Shri Subhash Ramrao Bhamre is also seen.

But our PM never visits the famous shrine By Our Reporter Paying homage to Lord Pashupati Nath was one of the main objectives of Indian President Pranab Mukherjee during his Nepal visit. He fulfilled this objecting by offering a special worship at the temple on the second day of his …

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Former King urges leaders to become serious

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By Our Reporter After expressing strong dissatisfaction against the attitude of the political actors of the day on his Dasain message and also in his address at the religious assembly at Bankali, former King Gyanendra has once again expressed concern on the attitude of the political leaders of the day. …

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Chinese ambassador Yu arrives in Kathmandu

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By Our Reporter New Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Yu Hong arrived in Kathmandu on Monday to assume her office.Yu was received by officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Chinese Embassy at the Tribhuvan International Airport. Yu is the 20th Chinese ambassador to Nepal since the two countries …

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Fruitless Mukherjee’s visit further weakens Nepal’s sovereignty

By Our Reporter  Indian President’s state visit to Nepal last week though was termed successful by both the governments of Nepal and India, the public at large were unhappy the way he was treated in Nepal. Most people thought that he was given unnecessary importance by giving a holiday on …

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UML leader says government failed to prove statute amendment

Butwal, Nov 5: CPN (UML) secretary Pradip Gyawali has said a vicious game is underway in the country in the name of amending the constitution. Speaking in a press meet organised by the Press Chautari Nepal, Rupandehi chapter in Butwal today, he said although the government has been talking of …

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Health Ministry to provide essential drugs free of cost

By Our Reporter The Ministry of Health has instructed the District Hospitals, Primary Health Centres and Health Posts across the country to put a notice board displaying the names of the essentials drugs that the Ministry provides public free of cost. The Ministry, sending a letter to the District Health …

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Unofficial curfew during Mukherjee’s visit

By Our Reporter  The Kathmanduites experienced unofficial curfew for two days during Indian President’s state visit to Nepal. The traffic system virtually came to a halt for two consecutive days while the aviation service was also affected as the Tribhuvan International Airport remained closed for hours during his arrival and …

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Even birds will not be allowed to fly if the US president visits Nepal!

By Our Reporter At the time when our political leaders were extending warm welcome to the Indian President Pranav Mukharjees, the social networks were full with negative comments against the political leaders as well as the Indian President. People were so much angry from the attitude of the government – …

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Regulate open border: A lesson from Mukherjee’s visit

By Our Reporter The government of Nepal maintained unusual tight security during Indian President Pranab Mukherjee’s Nepal visit. Sources say a very high level security was provided to President Mukherjee due to open border and growing tension between India and Pakistan. Such fear was unusual as anybody can enter Nepal …

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