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The Vedas were to be listened to and recited. Although this recitation from word of mouth was later put to words, its lack of interpretation in the process was perhaps designed to ensure its pristine purity although one cannot deny that these yet to be accurately dated texts too have …

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Heading towards bloody confrontation

By Our Political Analyst Now, it is almost clear that even if the constitution amendment proposal is tabled in the House, it cannot be endorsed as the government cannot manage necessary number to reach two-thirds majority. On moral ground, UML has already owned the battle and now UML is taking …

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Some incapable leaders become mad from former King’s statement

By Our Reporter Incapable political leaders have become mad from former king Gyanendra’s statement last week. The statement became the issue of debate in the cabinet meeting next day. NC leader and DPM and home minister BimalendraNidhi, in reaction to the former King’s statement, had remarked that the government should …

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New constitution is likely to become dysfunctional

By Our Reporter Nepal’s new constitution is likely to become dysfunctional because of the anti-people provisions inserted into it. People have strongly opposed the provisions of republicanism, federalism and secularism, which were never their demands. It was evident from the protests launched by the people against the constitution amendment bill …

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How safe is the court?

By Our Reporter Courts are to give justice and protection to the people. But in Nepal even the courts are now not free from the vandals and violence. It was evident from the incident in which suspended chairman of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority Lok Man …

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Former King’s statement scares PM, encourages patriotic forces

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra’s statement, which he issued on December 21 stating that Nepal’s national unity is under attack and its people must act to save it, has stirred up a hornets’ nest in the political circle of the country. Unlike in the past, the former King did …

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Suspended CIAA chair warns of undressing the corrupt leaders

By Our Reporter Suspended chief of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority Lok Man Singh Karki had warned of revealing the names of all corrupt leaders in the right time. Karki made his intention of unmasking the face of all corrupt politicians in a lengthy statement he …

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93rd birth anniversary of Kishunjee observed

By Our Reporter Late Nepali Congress leader Krishna Prasad Bhattarai was remembered last  Friday by observing his 93rd birth anniversary at Bhattarai Ashram, Bandegaun, where he had spent last years of his life. Several leaders of the Nepali Congress, including CPN-UML chair K P Oli reached Bandegaun to recall  saint-like …

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Odd Flurry

The furor created in power circles over former king Gyanendra’s scathing attack on the current state of the polity is understandable. Among other things, his analysis is as close to the truth as possible and there is none other than the current political masters who are aware the king was …

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Tibet sets standards for Thangka paintings

LHASA, Dec. 24 (Xinhua) — Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region is making standards for Thangka painting — a traditional style of Tibetan Buddhist scroll painting, local authorities said Friday. Wangchen, director of the institute for standardization under the regional bureau of quality and technical supervision, said that the standards will …

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