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Anti-China activity !

Kathmandu, 9 July: Nepal has repeatedly expressed its firm commitment to ‘One China Policy’ and has been consistently controlling the activities of Tibetan refugees. However, the government has failed to abort the activities relating to the Dalai Lama and his associates or affairs connected with him. According to Sanghu vernacular …

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Scared of war crimes, ministers avoid foreign travel

Kathmandu, 9 July: Some of the ministers of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) have avoided foreign travel fearing of being detained on charges of war crimes. Minister for Agriculture and Land reform Chakrapani khanal has repeatedly avoided overseas trips, reports Tarun Vernacular weekly. He escaped three trips to European nations …

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Chhabilal surrenders

Kathmandu, 9 July:  Chhabilal Paudel, accused of murdering Krishna Prasad Adhikari of Phoojel of Gorkha, showed up at the Supreme Court on Monday afternoon before the court sent him to the judicial custody at Dillibazaar Jail. Earlier in 2015 December, the court had ordered that Paudel be sent to the …

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Retirement age increasing

  Kathmandu, 9 July : There is a good news for civil servents. The government is planning to make civil servants work for two more years in the final phase of their career as it is mulling over the new staff law, reports Naya Patrika daily. Earlier the Ministry of …

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Former King observes his birthday in Nepalgunj

Kathmandu, 8 July: Former King Gyanendra has observed his 72nd birthday on 7 July in Nepalgunj. Different daily newspapers publishing from Kathmandu and Online portals have given coverage on former King’s birthday celebration. According to Annapurna Post daily, at 8 am on Saturday morning, the former King visited Bageshwori Temple …

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BP Highway becoming smuggling route

Kathmandu, 8 July: The BP Highway has become a safe haven for the smugglers. The police have become the sole source and protection for the hassle free ferrying of commodities illegally, reports Annapurna Post daily. The fodder for the cattle and textile items brought with paying tax was confiscated by …

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Mustang accident claims 15

Kathmandu, 6 July : A total of 15 workers died when a tipper met with an accident at Syangboche of Lo Ghekar Damodarkunda rural municipality of Mustang district today, states official news agency, RSS. According to Chief District Officer of Mustang, Shishir Poudel, the accident took place when the tipper carrying …

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UNHCR’s concern

Kathmandu, 6 July: The United Nations agency for rights of refugees, UNHCR, has expressed concerns over rights of Tibetan refugees staying in Nepal as its Nepal chief Bushra Halepota has requested Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa to register the refugees living in Nepal. According to  Nagarik daily,  the official, however, did …

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DoR urges JICA for approval

Kathmandu, 6 July : The Department of Roads (DoR) has urged the Japan International Cooperation Agency  (JICA)to consent to the Department’s plan to move ahead with the Naagdhunga-Naubise road tunnel project. JICA is extending a loan of Rs 15 billion at the subsidised rate of 0.01 per cent interest rate for …

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