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New CJ’s name yet to be recommended

By Our Reporter With strong reservations from CPN-UML chairman  K. P. Oli in recommending Justice Gopal Parajauli for the post of Chief Justice, the Constitutional Council has been unable to recommend the name of new Chief Justice. The post of the CJ has remained vacant following the retirement of former …

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Leaders in corruption deal

By Our Reporter Sanghu vernacular weekly has reported that although the Nepal Airlines has paid eight billion rupees as the first installment to purchase two wide-body Airbus aircraft, there is no certainty of the arrival of the aircrafts before one and a half years. There is the practice of manufacturing …

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Separatist groups have become active: CoAS Chhetri

By Our Reporter Chief  of the Army Staff (CoAS) General Rajendra Bahadur Chettri has said that separatist groups have become active, and the Nepal Army would not tolerate their activities. Chief Chhetri made this remark while addressing a special function held at the Army Headquarters on Sunday. In the function …

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PM Deuba shifts Baluwatar after offering special Pooja

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has moved to Baluwatar, the Prime Minister’s official residence, early on Monday. Before entering the official residence of Prime Minister, a special Pooja was organised as per the suggestions of astrologers. According to the PM’s family source, PM Deuba shifted to Baluwatar …

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RJP’s opposition against September election mysterious

By Our Reporter Everyone knows that the government decided to postpone the local polls of Province 2 due to pressure from the RJP as the party shut down the election offices set up in the province and took control of the employees mobilsed in the province to hold the local …

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Gorkhaland Timeline

1907: The demand for a separate administrative unit in Darjeeling is raised for the first time. The Hillmen’s Association of Darjeeling submit a memorandum to Minto-Morley Reforms demanding a separate administrative setup. 1917: The Hillmen’s Association submit a memorandum to the Bengal government and the Viceroy for the creation of …

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Political psyche

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is planning to go to Delhi after the second phase of elections and before the third phase elections. Earlier to Deuba’s visit, DPM and foreign minister Krishna Bahasdur Mahara is scheduled to go to Delhi to pay courtesy call on his counterpart Sushma Swaraj. After …

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What if RJP will not take part in 28 June elections?

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan After talks with the government on Sunday afternoon, the Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) announced its agitation programmes, instead of participating in the 28 June elections. When different rounds of talks with the government failed, RJP was compelled to announce thyat it will not only boycott the …

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People in Darjeeling take to street over language row

By Our Reporter The people of Nepali origin have been demonstrating in Darjeeling of India against the provincial government’s decision to make Bengali a compulsory language in schools of the hill. The present unrest began when Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamta Banerjee said on May 16 that Bengali would …

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