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Traditional attire meets fashion on Tibet catwalk

LHASA, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) — The models walked down the catwalk like rainbows following a storm, the colorful garments flapping in the wind and confidence beaming from the models like sun rays breaking through the clouds. This fashion show, on Friday morning in Lhasa, capital of the southwestern autonomous region …

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Leaders loot government coffers


By Our Reporter Former prime minister and leader of the opposition party, KP Sharma Oli is on a visit to Thailand for his regular medical check-up. After his medical check-up in Thailand, he is visiting another country for sightseeing. Former prime minister and president of the Nepali Congress is on …

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Modi constitution?

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bimalendra Nidhi meeting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Saturday, August 20, 2016. Photo: MEAIndia/Twitter

By Our Reporter A journalist considered close to the South block Prashant Jha reported in an Indian newspaper that PM Pushpakamal Dahal had sent a letter to Indian PM Narendra Modi with an apology for committing mistakes made by him in the past. DPM and Home minister Bimilendra Nidhi had …

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Why a secular President is visiting Hindu shrines?

President Bidya Devi Bhandari greets to people after offering prayers to the Sun God, while celebrating the Chhath festival, at Guhyeshwori of Kathmandu, on Tuesday, November 17, 2015. Photo: RSS

By Our Reporter President Vidya Bhandari is a follower of Marxism Leninism who doesn’t believe on the Almighty. President Vidya Bhandari is the head of state of a secular nation having no belief on religion. Odd to notice, in spite of her personal belief as being a communist and also …

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Old Force demands restoration of 1990 constitution

By our Reporter The Campaign for Old Force launched a demonstration demanding for the restoration of the 1990 constitution in the capital city last Friday. The demonstrators organized a corner assembly at Bhotahitti, and demanded for the restoration of the 1990 constitution to end all kinds of problems that has …

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Can Prime Minister Dahal address the Madhesi demands?

Is statute amendment possible without UML support? By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal wants 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. …

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PM to consult with experts prior to his India visit

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal  said that he would consult with experts on the policy and technical issues of national importance prior to embarking on his  visit to India. While responding to a delegation of the National Concern Campaign Nepal at his office in Singha Durbar, PM …

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NC finally manages to send 15 ministers to cabinet

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By Our Reporter Almost three weeks after the formation of the coalition government of the Maoist Centre and Nepali Congress under Pushpa Kamal Dahal, NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba sent 13 cabinet ministers on last Friday. The Nepali Congress had to hold marathon meetings to satisfy the demands of different …

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Prachanda: Doldrums


Newly ensconced prime minister, Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, is definitely low key as compared to the profile he chose to adopt during his first term. He himself admits to learning from his mistakes. This is wise. But the fact is that ‘realpolitk’ compels him to take this stance. His party, …

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India’s demand: Deployment of its security at TIA


By Our Reporter It is not odd that India is trying to deploy her security at the Tribhuwan International Airport. Earlier, when Hishila Yemi was the tourism minister, during that time also, the Indians, by influencing Yemi, had tried to deploy the Indian security personnel at the TIA. Later, when …

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