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UNDP’s new RR presents letter of credence

Kathmandu, 16 May: New Resident Representative of United Nations Development Programme Ayshanie Medagangoda Labe presented her Letter of Credence today to Minister of Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali today.  Receiving the Letters of Credence, Minister Gyawali congratulated new Resident Representative Labe and ensured to enhance the partnership between United Nations and …

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Nepal pavilion becomes centre of attraction

Kathmandu, 16 May: The Nepal pavilion set up in ‘Beijing Expo-2019’ has been the attraction of the visitors. The pavilion with a 15 feet tall statue of Gutam Buddha in meditation posture in the middle, was inaugurated by President Bidya Devi Bhandari on April 28 during her state visit to …

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Pande putting all efforts to cement bilateral bonds

Kathmandu, 16 May: The Honorary Consul General of Italy in Kathmandu Pratima Pande has said that she had put all her efforts to further bolster Nepal-Italy ties. Speaking briefly at a solo violin concert organized to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the establishment of Nepal-Italy diplomatic relations in capital on …

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‘Withdraw controvarisal bills’

Kathmandu, 16 May: The main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) has accused the government of appearing with some bills in the Federal Parliament going against the provisions and ethos of the constitution. The party has demanded the removal of such documents. A meeting of the NC parliamentary party held on Wednesday …

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Kami conqueres Everst again

Kathmanud, 16 May: A 49-year-old Sherpa set a new record of the most summits of Everest by breaking his own previous records.  According to Department of Tourism,  Sherpa set his feet on summit of the 8,848 metre high mountain and set a new world record of the most summits of Everest. …

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Chinese envoy meets Prachanda

Kathmandu, 16 May:Ambassador of People’s Republic of China to Nepal, Hou Yanqi paid a courtesy call on Chairperson of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ yesterday.     In a meeting held at Dahal’s residence at Khumaltar, the two discussed matters related to ‘South and South East …

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‘Don’t curtail freedom of expression’

Kathmandu, 16 May: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has urged the government not to curtail press freedom and freedom of expression in the bill designed to amend and integrate laws related to Media Council.  A press release issued on Wednesday by NHRC Spokesperson, Bed Bhattarai, reads that attention of …

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PM Oli concludes Vietnam, Cambodia visit

By Our Reporter Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli has paid a visit to Vietnam and Cambodia. Although Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali termed the visit as a high-level visit taking place after a long time, suspicions had been there as to why the Prime Minister Chose to visit the two …

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CPN unification works unlikely to be completed by tomorrow

By Our Reporter The unification process in the ruling CPN is unlikely to complete tomorrow as promised by its leaders earlier. It has already been a year since the then CPN-UML and the Maoist-Centre announced their unification a year ago. But the unification process is yet to complete. Although the …

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20 percent works on Arun III completes

By Our Reporter About twenty per cent of the Aurn III Project work has been completed following the completion of a year of the project’s inauguration. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had jointly inaugurated the construction of project, last year on May 13th by …

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