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Government announces more restricted zone

Kathmandu, 29 July: The government has declared Maitighar Mandala, Ratnapark, New Baneswar, among other public meeting places as restricted zones for mass assembly and demonstration. Home Minister Rambahadur Thapa, organizing a press conference on Thursday, informed that considering traffic jam in the Valley, the government has allowed to conduct mass …

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Former King to observe his B’day in Nepalgunj

Kathmandu, 29 June: This year former King Gyanendra Shah is celebrating his 72nd birthday in Nepalgunj. 7 July is former King’s birthday and the Royal couple is going to Nepalgunj on 3 May. The couple is staying at the Soaltee Hotel in Nepalgunj. All the members of the Royal family …

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A pair of rhinos flying to China soon

Kathmandu, 29 June: Out of tow pairs of rhinos that the Nepal government has decided to gift to China, one pair of rhinos are being gifted to China before mid-July. Bhadra and Rupasee, a pair of male and female rhinos are flying to China by a special aircraft, reports Nepal …

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Nepali heritage sites removed from UNSCO black list

Kathmandu, 29 June: The 42nd general assembly of UNESCO held in Bahrain decided to remove Nepali world heritage sites from its black list. Seven heritage sites including Hunuman Dhoka were blacklisted by UNSCO and it had warned to remove these sites from the world heritage sites. As reconstruction works are …

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Oli’s secret plan to bring Patanjali and Amul’s investments here

By Our Reporter During Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s recent visit to Delhi, both Nepal and India signed an agreement on joint cooperation in modernizing Nepal’s agricultural sector. As a follow-up of the agreement, Agriculture Minister Chakrapani Khanal has visited Delhi and inked a subsidiary agreement for cooperation in modernizing …

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NC district presidents urge to end groupism

By Our Reporter The three-day national assembly of the district chairmen of the Nepali Congress has concluded Friday by issuing 21-point Hetauda declaration, promising reform in the party and accusing the government of moving on the path of totalitarianism. The district presidents who heavily criticised the party leadership for the …

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Parliament regulations endorsed

By Our Reporter The ‘Joint Meeting of Federal Parliament (Work Procedure) Regulation, 2075’ has been endorsed. A joint meeting of National Assembly and House of Representatives held on Friday endorsed regulation, paving the way for the formation of joint committees, which will further pave the way for parliamentary hearing of …

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Poor and confusing SEE results worry educationists, guardians

By Our Reporter   The Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE) published the results of Secondary Education Examination (SEE) 2018 on Saturday evening. However, the results turned faulty the next day when the students found difference between the GPA they received on Saturday and Sunday. Of course, the OCE …

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Ministers’ absence disrupts House Meeting

By Our Reporter The meeting of the House of Representatives has regularly been disrupted as the concerned ministers do not appear in the House during the deliberations. This week also the meeting on Monday was interrupted for a while due to the absence of Home Minister. When NC lawmakers asked …

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Setting in Melamchi Project

By Our Reporter Minister for Drinking Water Bina Magar has transferred secretary Krishnaraj BC and brought Gragendra Thakur as the new secretary. Along with arrival of Thakur, the Italian contractor has resumed construction works with the commitment of releasing drinking water from Melamchi by Dasain festival this year. Earlier, the …

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