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Constancy for political instability?

By Our Reporter Although the Left alliance leaders claim that they would rule the nation for five years and then it will continue to rule the nation for fifty years, it becomes difficult to believe that it would rule for five years. Problem in unification: Earlier to the elections of …

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Province chief and capital yet undecided

By Our Reporter The government, which had a plan to name the province chiefs and temporary provincial headquarters on last Friday, did not take any decision to this effect. It was said that Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba had been trying to forge consensus on the names of the governors …

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Borders must be regulated

By Our Reporter Many so-called intellectuals in the country believe that Nepal-India open borders have benefited Nepal enormously, which is a foolish argument. Keeping our borders opened is always harmful for our sovereignty and independence. For India too, from the security point of view, open borders are always dangerous. What …

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What is golden share?

By Our Reporter Ajayaraj Sumargi, owner of Thaha Shanchar radio and TV, has alleged Kailash Sihirohiya, owner of Kantipur Group for bargaining him by publishing news assassinating his character. Sumargi, by organizing a press conference on 15 January said that four years ago, when Sirohiya was in strong need of …

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Japan provides technical machinery to students

By Our Reporter Charge d’Affaires ad interim of Japan to Nepal, Shinya Machida, signed a grant contract to provide technical machinery to Manmohan Memorial Polytechnic in Kathmandu. The contract was signed between the Embassy of Japan and the Chairman of the Manmohan Memorial Polytechnic, Bharat Mohan Adhikari. The Project for …

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Eighth EPG meet concludes in New Delhi

By Our Reporter The sixth EPG meeting concluded in New Delhi deciding to hold the seventh round of meeting in Kathmandu in February. According to Yadav Khanal, secretary at EPG Secretariat in Kathmandu, the meeting made a significant headway. The meeting also agreed on the format of the report submitted …

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When thieves do not spare microbus

By Our Reporter Police have arrested two thieves on the charge of stealing a public microbus in Kathmandu. Saturday night. Sanjin Tamang, 26, of Nuwakot and Ramesh Tamang of the same district were arrested on charge of stealing a microbus from its parking in Swoyambhu. The microbus (Ba 1 Ja …

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German pedophile in police net

By Our Reporter Arrest of an alleged German pedophile in the capital on Sunday comes as shocking news for the parents who are sending their wards with the foreigners. Many westerners might have been running schools and other institutions with an ill intention of abusing the children sexually. A police …

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