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CPN may split soon: Bijukche

Kathmandu, 20 May: Narayanman Bijukche, chairman, Nepal Majdoor Kishan Party, has said that unification between UML and Maoist Center is not based on ideology but based on sharing of power, therefore, unification between the two parties may not go longer. Speaking at the Rafat Sanchar Club in Bhaktapur, Bijukche said …

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China may withdraw from reconstruction of Durwar High School

Kathmandu, 20 May: Due to disturbance from different vested groups, China may withdraw its support on reconstruction of Durwar High School and Sanskrit Pathshala in Kathmandu. Of late, the Kathmandu Metropolis City has taken stance for construction of underground parking at the premises of both the schools, from which construction …

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Indian office to be closed

Kathmandu, 20 May : The field office operted by Indian Embassy in Biratnager will be shut down soon, according to three broadsheet dailies published form the cpital today. Kantipur, Nagarik and the Kathmandu Post have reported thatPrime Minister KP Sharma Oli  is determined to shut the shutters of Biratnagar field …

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HBL expands in Bara and Banke

Kathmandu, 20 May: Himalayan Bank Limited has brought in operations its two new branches in different parts of the country namely Prasauni (Bara District) and Raptisonari, Shamshergunj (Banke District) from May 11, 2018 and May 14, 2018 respectively, according to the bank. The newly commenced Branches will provide modern banking …

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Students picket NOC

Kathmandu, 19 May:Nepal Students Union, the student wing of main opposition Nepali Congress, on Friday gheraoed the central office of Nepal Oil Corporation against the government’s decision to hike fuel prices. Almost all media of today have covered this news. The Union demanded that the government revoke its decision as …

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Nepal-China relations furthering

Kathmandu, 19 May: Vice Governor of Sichuan Provincial People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China Peng Yuxing paid a courtesy call on  Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal at the latter’s office on Friday.   During the meeting, matters of mutual interest on Nepal-China relations in …

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Japanese assistance for poverty reduction

Kathmandu, 18 May:Japanese Government has agreed to provide approximately Rs 683.2 million (Japanese Yen 700 million) in grant to Nepal. The grant assistance is under ‘the Japan’s Grant Aid for the Economic and Social Development Programme’, according to Finance Ministry An agreement to this effect has been signed and exchanged …

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Scores of climbers atop Everest

Kathmandu, 18 May:  So far 241 climbers have scaled Mt Everest till the sixth day of expedition of this climbing season. Liaison Officer of Department of Tourism Tilakram Pandey said that a total of 65 persons including 31 foreigners reached the top of Mt Everest on Friday. On Thursday, 25 persons …

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Bird flu in Chitwan

Kathmandu, 18 May:Bird flu has been detected in fowls in Chitwan, according to National News Agency (RSS). Bird flu (avian influenza H5N1) has been found in the chicken reared by Rajan Chaudhari and Laxman Chaudhari of Surtani, Khairahani Municipality-9 in the district. Chief of the National Bird Disease Research Laboratory, …

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Anti-syndicate officer Bhattarai transferred

Kathmandu, 18 May: Transportation and Physical Planning Minister Raghubir Mahaseth has transferred director general of the Transportation Management Department, Roopnarayan Bhattarai to the Ministry. On 16 May, the Minister had asked to sign the transfer latter to the Secretary. When the Secretary of the Ministry denied to sign on the …

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