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Compensation for ex-Gurkhas

Kathmandu, 21 April: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the Government of Nepal would take concrete steps and hold talks with the British Government to address the demands of the Ex-Gurkhas, who served in the British Army. At a meeting with a delegation of Gurkha Army Ex-Servicemen’s Organisation …

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Madhyapur Mayor assaulted

  Bhaktapur, 21 April: Mayor of Madhyapur Thimi Municipality Madan Sundar Shrestha has been assaulted by two unidentified persons this evening.  He was attacked with the iron rods and has sustained legs, hands and head injuries, according to police. Mayor Shrestha is receiving treatment in Madhyapur Thimi Hospital. People’s News …

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Royal Bengal Tiger found dead

  Kathmandu, 20 April:  A rare Royal Bengal Tiger was found dead at Panchakanya Community Forest of Ratnanagar, Chitwan, National News Agency (RSS) reports from Chitwan. The tiger was found dead today. It was seen playing in water and jungle nearby the area the day before, said district forest officer …

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Police arrest frauds

Kathmandu, 20 April: The Metropolitan Police Range Office Kathmandu has arrested two frauds involved in tricking people into buying fake gold. According to National News Agency (RSS),the authorities from Metropolitan Police Range, Swayambhu arrested Ajay Tamang and Bishnu Moktan for swindling Rs 2.86 million by tricking  Rajendra Thapa of Suryabinayak, Bhaktapur …

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Rampant corruption, CIAA receives more complaints

Kathmandu, 20 April: Despite the zero tolerance policy adopted by the government, corruption has increased noticeably.  Of the complaints that the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) received last year, charges relating to education sector and local level outnumbered other sectors. According to CIAA spokesperson Dirgharaj Mainali, …

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Flights resume at TIA

Kathmandu, 20 April: International flights at the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA)have resumed immediatlely aftr the skidded off aircraft was dragged  away from the airfield, informed TIA Spokesperson Prem Nath Thakur. People’s News Monitoring Service

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Minister Gyawali describes China as real and trusted friend

Kathmandu, 20 April: Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep  Gyawali on Thursday described China as a real and trusted friend. Delivering his keynote speech at a round table organised by China Reform Forum in Beijing, Minister Gyawali said that relations between the two countries are based on the five principles of …

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Transport entrepreneurs are manipulating above 100 M rupees

Kathmandu, 20 April: There are three hundred sixty thousand public vehicles in operation nationwide. Besides e-rickshaw and other small public vehicles, other public vehicles are in operation under different transportation companies, reports Annapurna Post Daily. Each vehicle earns four thousand rupees daily. Even after deducting 65 percent expenses, the net …

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‘BRI for Peace, prosperity and harmony

Kathmandu, 20 April: Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has said that it was a moment of pride for Nepal to work together with China in the historic mission of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) for greater peace, prosperity and harmony. Addressing a talk program on ‘Nepal-China Relations and …

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Again, TIA is closed

Kathmandu, 20 April, for the second time, country’s only international airport has remained closed for hours after the Malden Air aircraft went out of runway while taking off. TIA has remained closed since the incident took place at 9.45 PM on Thursday. The aircraft, bound to Malaysia, was carrying 133 …

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