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Japan hands over 5 new bridges in Gorkha

By Our Reporter Japan has handed over five newly constructed bridges along the Barhakilo-Barpak road in Gorkha amidst a function in Gorkha. Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Raghubir Mahasethand, ambassador Masamichi Saigo and the newly appointed chief representative of JICA Nepal Office, Ms. Yumiko Asakuma were present at the …

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What’s the Fuss?

It’s as if Nepali society is only now aware of the fact that Nepal has shrunk to a donor driven state where even religious organizations and INGOs can drive parliament and government into backing their programs internationally. Much ado about the Nepal government and its connections with Moonies at the …

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Who will be the next CJ

Kathmandu, 3 December: The meeting of the Constitutional Council held this morning at the PM’s Office in Singhadurwar concluded without conclusion as the meeting was unable to develop consensus on the candidate. The Judiciary Council had recommended Supreme Court justices Deepakraj Joshi and Cholendra Shumser Rana as the candidate to …

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Japan to construct tunnels in Bhaktapur, Kavre

Kathmandu, 2 December: Japan has agreed to construct tunnels in Bhaktapur and Kavre section of the highway, reports Nagarik daily. According to Sanjayakumar Shrestha, chief of the foreign assistance coordination department in the Road Department, the Japan government has agreed to upgrade Bhaktapur-Banep road with five lanes along with runnels …

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Future of Nepali students studying medical science in Bangladesh in dilemma

Kathmandu, 2 December: Future of medical students studying in Bangladesh in dilemma as the Bangladeshi government has blacklisted some universities where many Nepali students are studying, reports Kantipur daily. The Nepal Medical Council has informed that students studying in those blacklisted universities may not get permission to practice in Nepal. …

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Government faces strong criticism against Unification Church’s summit in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, 2 December: The government has faced strong criticism form all sectors for organizing Asia Pacific Summit in Kathmandu. A mysterious organization campaigning for Christianity, Universal Peace Federation operating under the Unification Church, is the main organizer of the Summit, whereas, the Nepal government is the co-organizer. More surprisingly, the …

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Biplav Maoist shows its strength in Kathmandu

By Our Reporter The CPN-Maoist-led by Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’ exhibited its strength in Kathmandu on Saturday by organising a mass-meeting and challenging to the government to punish the guilty involved in the rape and murder of 13-year-old Nirmala Panta of Kanchanpur. Although general secretary Biplav did not appear in …

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Dispute surfaces in RJP, Forum

By Our Reporter The two Madhes-based parties have been marred by internal disputes although only the dispute in the Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) has been spilled in the public. The power sharing in the party is the major reasons for the growing dispute in these two regional parties. However, the …

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Government under the grip of Christian NGO

By Our Reporter The South Korea-based Universal Peace Federation’s Nepal Chapter is organising a four-day event – Asia Pacific Summit-2018 in Kathmandu from 30 November to 3 December. It is surprising to note, co-organisers of the event are the Government of Nepal and the federal parliament and the coordinator of …

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Oli is sick but the government is safe

By Our Reporter As the main opposition party and other parties in opposition are very weak and fighting against each-other within their parties, the KP Sharma Oli led government is safe, even though, the government has not been able to perform according to the promises it had made to the …

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