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UNHCR’s concern

Kathmandu, 6 July: The United Nations agency for rights of refugees, UNHCR, has expressed concerns over rights of Tibetan refugees staying in Nepal as its Nepal chief Bushra Halepota has requested Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa to register the refugees living in Nepal. According to  Nagarik daily,  the official, however, did …

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DoR urges JICA for approval

Kathmandu, 6 July : The Department of Roads (DoR) has urged the Japan International Cooperation Agency  (JICA)to consent to the Department’s plan to move ahead with the Naagdhunga-Naubise road tunnel project. JICA is extending a loan of Rs 15 billion at the subsidised rate of 0.01 per cent interest rate for …

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Supreme Court obstructs road expansion

Kathmandu, 6 July: The chief of Kathmandu Valley Development Authority, the government agency which has been carrying out a massive road expansion drive in the capital city, says a recent order of the Supreme Court has pushed the movement into uncertainty. According to Online Khabar, the Authority’s Commissioner Bhaikaji Tiwari says …

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Opposition’s role well played

Kathamandu, 6 July : The main opposition Nepali Congress on Friday obstructed the meeting of House of Representatives demanding that the government take initiatives to save the life of medical education reform activist Dr Govinda KC. Dr KC has been staging an indefinite hunger strike since last week. People’s News Monitoring …

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Seeta’s Singapore treatment

Kathmandu, 5 July: Now-a-days whenever our leaders catch common cold or a seasonal flu, they immediately fly to Singapore or Bangkok for treatment. Earlier they used to travel to New Delhi for the same. The Indian government used to make all the arrangement including the cost incurred during the treatment. …

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Political appointments scrapped

Kathmandu, 5 July : The government has decided to scrap all political appointments made by previous Sher Bahadur Deuba-led government after August 30, 2017 when the code of conduct for elections of House of Representatives and National Assembly came into effect, reports Gorkhapatra daily. The then  Deuba government appointees at …

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Rescue of Indian pilgrims continues

Kathmandu, 5 June : The government continues the rescue efforts meant for Indian pilgrims left stranded at Simikot and Hilsa due to torrential rains while returning from Kailash Mansarovor (Lake) in Tibet. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has said all mechanism including helicopters have been operated to …

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World Cup quarterfinals

Kathmandu, 5 July: The FIFA World Cup, 2018 underway in Russia has entered quarter finals following completion of pre-quarterfinals on Tuesday. England’s win against Colombia in the last match of the round of 16 sent it to the quarterfinals. The nations that made it to the round of eight include …

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Protest against prohibited zone

Kathmandu, 5 July : The Nepal Students’ Union staged a demonstration in the newly prohibited zone at Maitighar Mandala on Wednesday. NC central member and former NSU President Pradip Paudel led the demonstration involving students affiliated to the Union. The demonstrators clashed with police on the occasion, during which some were …

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Machhapuchchhre Bank partners with SMA International

Kathmandu, 5 July : Machhapuchchhre Bank Limited  (MBL)has partnered with Hong Kong-based SMA International for providing customers around the globe with quick, easy and hassle free remittance payment service. SMA International Ltd, Hong Kong is fully regulated by Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department will provide remittance service using WorkerAppz …

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