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Local units slashed to 565 is likely make local party cadres jobless

By Our Reporter The Commission to Determine the Number and Border of the Village Bodies, Municipalities, and Special, Protected and Autonomous Areas proposed to have only 565 local units in place of exiting nearly 3500 such units. The heavily slashed local units is likely to make the local level cadres …

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Future of ambassador nominees uncertain

By Our Reporter With the registration of no-trust motion against prime minister K . P. Oli, the fate of the ambassador-nominees has become uncertain. Though the Parliament Hearing Committee of the parliament has started hearing of the justice-nominees, it is unlikely to initiate process of hearing on the recommended names …

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EPG meeting concludes without discussing open border issue

Our Reporter The first meeting of the Eminent Persons Groups (EPG) comprising diplomat from Nepal and India concluded last week without entering the issue of closing the open Nepal-India border. Many people in Nepal have been demanding closure of the open border between Nepal and India citing that the open …

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Govinda KC vs Lokman Singh

By Our Reporter Dr Govinda KC has staged fast-onto-death for the eighth time from 10 July. This time, along with the fulfillment of his previous demands, he has further demanded impeachment on CIAA chairman Lokman Singh Karki. When KC demanded impeachment on Karki, immediately the CIAA spokesman issued a statement …

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8 Maoist MPs in human trafficking

By Our Reporter As many as eight lawmakers of the CPN-Maoist centre were found involved in the illegal acts of human trafficking. These MPs had included names of additional individuals as their aides in the documents they had submitted to the New Delhi based Spanish Embassy over a month back …

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Bhotekoshi floodwater sweeps away more houses in Tatopani

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Kathmandu, July 11: Flood water from the Bhoteskoshi River has swept away seven more cemented houses Monday at Tatopani of Sindhupalchwok in the past 24 hours. Similarly, around 145 houses based in two kilometers of area from Tatopani Bazaar to Liping are at high risk of flooding, Border Police Office, …

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Birds continue to pose threat to safety of TIA

By Our Reporter Birds have been a big nuisance at the congested Tribhuvan International Airport of Kathmandu for years. The birds flying in the sky above the TIA field not only disrupt the flights but also cause a damage to the aircraft. Of late, an aircraft of Nepal Airlines have …

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Dr Shanshanka Koirala recovers

By Our Reporter Nepali Congress General Secretary Dr Shashank Koirala has recovered from serious illness. Koirala, who reached  the Chabahil-based Om Hospital last Tuesday (July 5) evening after feeling unwell, was found fainted Wednesday morning in the hospital. After a check-up on Tuesday night, Dr. Koirala stayed in hospital. But …

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Oli’s countdown begins again

By Our Reporter The move to pull down the present government that had failed about two months ago, has again surfaced with the leaders of main opposition NC and the ruling CPN-Maoist Centre engaging in meetings to topple the government. The last attempt to pull down the government that had …

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Former King to receive B’day greetings

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By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra is observing his 70th birthday today (7 July). On this auspicious occasion the former King will be receiving birthday greetings by the commoners today at Nirmal Niwasr, Maharajgunj. A Nirmal Niwas source informed that the gate will be opened at 11 am for the …

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