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By Our Reporter When PM Dahal was meeting with the Indian leaders, including his counterpart, he was in a suit with tie on his neck. Besides, he was wearing a cap from which we could assume that he was a Nepali. However, the other officials in his team, including the …

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Ignorance: The Costs

C.P. Mainali, still a leader of one of the minor communist parties made news nearly three decades ago when he chose to speak over a Radio Nepal interview that king Mahendra was a nationalist leader of Nepal. This was news at that time since he was part of the newly …

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Is constitution amendment possible?

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal had a plan to register the constitution amendment bill in the parliament before embarking on his New Delhi trip on 15 September in a bid to address the demands of the Madhesi parties and to please India. However, he failed to register …

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Chinese expectation from Nepal

By Pushparaj Pradhan According to Sanghu vernacular weekly, PM Dahal is visiting Delhi with the gift that Chinese President Xi Jinping is not visiting Nepal. Indeed, the Indians were of the view that the powerful Chinese President should not visit Nepal. One of the reasons for developing the plan to …

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PM presents populist programme in parliament

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal made plans and programme of his government public while addressing the Legislature parliament on Thursday.  However, he did not reveal anything about the funds required to materialize his plans and programmes, which looked populists. Many audience and lawmaker who listen to his …

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When MPs debunk parliament meeting!

By our Reporter Like the college students of  Kathmandu, the lawmakers in Nepal also  debunk the important parliament meetings affecting the House processing to pass important bills. The students in college dress reach cinema halls or dating spots but the lawmakers reach resorts to participate in a workshop orgainsed by …

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Nepal, Thailand enjoy excellent, exemplarily relations

By Vutti Vuttisant I am very pleased with the persistently close ties between Thailand and Nepal throughout the past 56 years of diplomatic relations. Our two countries are naturally connected through cultural and religious proximity. Since the establishment of Thailand–Nepal diplomatic relations in 1959, the overall relations between our two …

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Nationwide campaign for 1990 constitution

By our Reporter The Campaign of the Old Force, which has been organizing corner assemblies at Bhotahitti, Kathmandu every Friday for several months, has decided to expand its organizational strength and launch nationwide campaign for the restoration of the 1990 constitution. The activists of the Campaign are visiting different parts …

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