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Cold waves affect normal life in western Tarai

By Our Reporter Normal life in western Tarai districts from Banke to Kailali was affected due to the cold wave accompanied by dense fog. Those most affected by the increasing chill are school kids, the older persons and the daily wage earners. People can be seen assembled around fires lit …

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Media tycoons in verbal war

By Our Reporter Kailash Sirohiya owned publications blamed Ajaya Sumargi owner of Thaha Sanchar Network for being involved in money laundering business. Against such blame, Sumargi filed a case at the District Administrating Office blaming Sirohiya for blackmailing him and threatening on his life. Sumargi has stated that he is …

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Grasp the opportunity for infrastructural development

By Our Reporter Intellectuals, academicians, senior journalists both from Tibet Autonomous Region of China and Nepal gathered and discussed on Chinese President and supreme leader Xi Jinping’s thought and Nepal-China relations in Kathmandu. At the conference organised on 31 December by Tianli Nepal and China’s Tibet Book Store, Luo Tiezhu, …

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Blame Game Begins

Nepali politics only now comprehends the enormity of cradle to grave welfare election promises. The obsession with constitutional politics has left the people stranded. Politics now asks the people to turn to government for even minor services. The haste to implement the constitution went head over heels in the elections. …

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Can we witness political stability?

By Our Reporter May be, KP Sharma Oli, prime minister in waiting, wants to live a life having significance and he is really trying to do something significant during his lifetime. But his partner Pushpakamal Dahal is thinking that he has more life than Oli and he wants to grab …

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Dahal to convince Oli for accepting ordinance

By Our Reporter CPN Maoist Centre chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has hinted that he would convince the CPN-UML chair K P Oli to accept the Ordinance on the National Assembly election. The two communist parties were opposing the single transferable voting system included in the Ordinance which has been kept …

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Provincial capitals yet to be fixed

By Our Reporter Weeks after the Election Commission made public the final results of the elections to the Provincial Assemblies, the government has been unable to fix the capitals of the provinces and appoint the governors to administer the oath of office to the newly elected members of the provincial …

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Government only after NA election

By Our Reporter It seems the dispute between the CPN-UML and the Nepali Congress will only delay the formation of the new government under CPN-UML’s K P Oli. Due to the ego between Oli and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, no decision has been taken on the election of the …

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Has Hindu kingdom agenda ended?

By Our Political Analyst After the shameful defeat of the three splinter RPPs (Rastriya Prajatantra Parties) – carrying the agenda of Hindu kingdom – some RPP wallas wrote on their status in social networks that in the country having above 90 percent of the Hindu population, it is astonishing when …

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Election Commission postpones announcement of election result

By Our Reporter At a time when the UML leaders have been claiming that the election to the National Assembly was not necessary to form the government, the Election Commission has clarified that election to the NA should be held before announcing the final election results of House of Representatives …

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