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PM Oli presents a long list of achievements

By Our Reporter Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli last Thursday presented a long list of achievements made by his government in a year. In a televised address on the occasion of the completion of the first year in the office, Prime Minister Oli presented the lists of the works …

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Government aims to control social sites

By Our Reporter The government has tabled a Bill on Information and Technology Management at the Parliament recently incorporating different restrictive provisions on the operation of social media sites in the country. Becoming more restrictive in nature, the government is preparing to introduce provisions in the aforementioned bill including the …

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Former King expresses utter dissatisfaction on present situation

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra has expressed utter dissatisfaction on the present state of the nation. In a message issued on the occasion of the 69th National Democracy Day on 19 February, the former King has stated that democracy is the system where each and every people should be …

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Oli, Dahal take initiative to integrate party’s lower originations

By Our Reporter The two chairmen of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal — Prime Minister KP Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal — have finally taken an initiative to complete the delayed integration of the lower level party organisations after the Ram Bahadur Thapa-led task force failed to the accomplish …

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Government indecisive on Melamchi water project

By Our Reporter After terminating contract with the Italian contractor CMC, the developer of the tunnels and head works of the Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP), uncertainty has increased about the fate of the Melamchi Water Supply Project. The government has not yet decided as to how it would complete …

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BRI conference to be held in Kathmandu

By Our Reporter The second conference of the Belt and Road International Transportation Alliance (BRITA), comprise of 33 nations from the globe is going to be held from 25 to 27 February in Kathmandu. The first conference was held in Beijing. BRITA’s board members NASHA Foundation and Nepal Automobiles Association …

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CIAA commissioner Pathak to face music

By Our Reporter Commissioner of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority Raj Narayan Pathak, who resigned on Friday after he was accused of taking a Rs 7.8 million bribe from an engineering college, is going to face music from the CIAA itself. Amidst the speculations whether Pathak …

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Government unwilling to probe the wide body aircraft scam

By Our Reporter The present KP Sharma Oli-led government that has made ‘zero tolerance to corruption’ as its main mantra to maintain good governance has exhibited its real character by not giving appointment letters to the members of the probe committee it had formed to look into the notorious wide-body …

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Austrian minister arriving today

By Our Reporter At the invitation of Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, Dr Karin Kneissl, Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs of Republic of Austria is paying an official visit to Nepal from February 21-23. The two foreign ministers will lead their respective countries at a delegation …

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RPP hands over memorandum

By Our Reporter Rastraya Prajatantra Party (RPP) chaired by Kamal Thapa has handed over a 22-point memorandum to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on 19 February. Accordingly, in every district and all the provinces, the copy of the memorandum has been handed over to the chief district officer and chief …

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