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NCP meeting fails to settle burning issues

Kathmandu, 4 June: The ruling Nepal Communist Party has postponed its secretariat meeting,  called earlier for Monday until further notice, thereby failing to settle burning issues including power sharing. The party’s General Secretary Bishnu Paudel informed leaders of the nine member body about the postponement citing two chairmen of the …

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Rawal roars against government

Kathmandu, 4 June: The ruling Nepal Communist Party’s leader Bhim Rawal has strongly objected to various activities of the Government claiming they were hypocritical. Speaking at a meeting of the House of Representatives on Monday, Rawal said some recent activities of the government contradicted its stated policies including commitments made …

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Biplav group attempts to capture Police post in Solukhumbu

Netrabikram Chand Biplav group has attempted to capture a police post in remote part of Solukhumbu, reports Onlinekhabar. The underground group, which has been banned by the government, had attempted to launch attack on a police post in Cheskam of Mahakulung Rural municipality 3 in Solukhumbu district last night. After …

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Minister downplays to make weak Lalitniwas land document

Kathmandu, 3 June: Minister for Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Eradication is found responsible while making weak the document related to return of the Lalitniwas land in Baluatar, reports Nagarik daily. The PM and Council of Minister’s Office, when it found ill intention while preparing the document, had returned the …

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China’s Position on the China-US Economic and Trade Consultations

China’s Position on the China-US Economic and Trade Consultations The State Council Information Office of The People’s Republic of China (June 2019)  Contents Preface I. Economic and trade friction provoked by the US damages the interests of both countries and of the wider world II. The US has backtracked on …

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‘Nepal never backs any military alliance’

Kathmandu, 3 June:The Government has clarified that Nepal never backed any military alliance and the  defence cooperation being extended to Nepal from the United States has nothing to do with Indo-Pacific Strategic Partnership. Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday clarified that Nepal never backed any forces and will never do …

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‘Nepal never backs any military alliance’

Kathmandu, 3 June:The Government has clarified that Nepal never backed any military alliance and the  defence cooperation being extended to Nepal from the United States has nothing to do with Indo-Pacific Strategic Partnership. Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday clarified that Nepal never backed any forces and will never do …

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Biplav being isolated

Kathmandu, 3 June:A senior leader associated with the Netra Bikram Chand-led Nepal Communist Party has joined the ruling party, NCP. According to Gorkhapatra daily, Padam Rai, a former Maoist rebel had joined the Biplav group after quitting from the Mohan Baidya-led Maoist party. Welcoming Rai to the party, NCP co-chair …

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Daunting dengue in Dharan

Kathmandu, 3 June: Dharan Sub-Metropolitan City has sought help from the provincial and federal governments to combat dengue outbreak which has infected 75 people in three weeks. Despite the local unit’s effort to destroy the mosquitoes that carry the disease, dengue is spreading at an alarming rate in the sub-metropolis, …

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Oli setting out on Europe junket

Kathmandu, 2 June: Prime Minister Khagda  Oli is all set to visit Switzerland, United Kingdom, and France from June 8 to 15. It  will be the his second visit to Europe since held the highest post in February 2018. In January this year, he had visited Davos, Switzerland to attend …

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