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Is this a perchance?

By Our Political Analyst Republican Nepal was ushered in diplomatically when the Chinese ambassador was the first to submit his official credentials about a decade ago to prime minister Girija Koirala who assumed the office of acting head of state amidst the charged interim environs of a ‘suspended’ monarchy. Indian …

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Bad signs are ahead in Nepal’s economy

By Our Reporter All is not well with Nepal’s national economy. Widening trade deficit and negative growth witnessed in the balance of payment of Nepal in the last two months are testimony to this. If immediate measures were not taken to correct these negative trends, the risk of Nepal becoming …

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Dengue menace in Jhapa and Chitwan


By Our Reporter The locals of Chitwan and Jhapa have been worried greatly due to the increasing cases of dengue fever in the two districts. In Chitwan 119 people were found suffering from dengue while in Jhapa 96 dengue patients have been identified in Damak alone. The locals have criticised …

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Kathmandu’s ever mobile political scene is currently throbbing in all directions. The convention of the international chapter of the World Hindu Organization has had to have its reverberations primarily because of the former king’s accurate assessment of the revolting political situation in the country and the continuing exclusivity that prevails. …

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Historical documents disappear

By Our Reporter The “loktantrik” governments having incapable and non-visionary leadership have not even been able to protect our historical documents. According to the Annapurna Post report, the then King Gyanendra had handed-over important and valuable documents to the Nepal government before he quit the Narayanhitty Royal Palace. But the …

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Tabei passes away


Junko Tabei, first woman to climb Mount Everest, has died at the age of 77. Tabei was suffering from cancer for the past four years and died in the course of treatment at a cancer centre in a Japanese town of Saita, according Japanese Mountaineering Association. Born in Japan on …

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By Pushpa Raj Pradhan Thousands of local Newars welcomed former King Gyanendra to attend the Khadga exchange ceremony of the Pachhali Bhairav in Marutole, Kathmandu on Sunday morning. The former King was invited there at the capacity of a King to continue the religious tradition which was halted since the …

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Is new polarization in the offing in new world order?

By Our Reporter The growing tension between India and Pakistan and the increasing strategic intimacy between China and Russia show the onset of the new world order. The latest activities of the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi showed he is eager to join the American Club. If the ongoing tension …

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“Loktantra” not for the people

By Our Reporter These days, if one visits social networks, the status of commoners are full with dissatisfaction against the political leaders and the political parties who are fighting for power and always engaged in conspiracy for power. Our leaders have proved that politics is the name of a dirty …

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India intends to make SAARC dysfunctional


By Our Reporter The 19th SAARC Summit scheduled to be held in Pakistan on November 9-10 has been postponed after India and three other nations—Bhutan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka said they would not attend the summit in Pakistan. Of course, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have decided to …

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