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Poll Momentum


The haste to usher in a ‘new Nepal’ through implementation of an exclusive constitution by the conduct of its first elections can merely reflect the flaws. The fact is that the constitutional issues remaining did trigger the electoral division of the country in its very first stage. Our monopolists can …

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DPM Mahara attends OBOR summit

By Our Reporter Signing of the OBOR by Nepal is likely to be fruitful for Nepal. It was evident from the positive gestures expressed by the Chinese leaders towards building railways in Nepal during the summit. China has assured Nepal that it would consider the proposal to construct railways in …

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South Asian tobacco control leadership meet concludes

A week-long South Asia Tobacco Control Leadership Programme concluded here in Kathmandu on Saturday, highlighting an urgent need to develop appropriate tobacco intervention strategies to make this region smoke-free. The conference jointly organised by the Ministry of Health, International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg …

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Fate of second phase election uncertain


By Our Reporter Although it is now almost sure that the first phase of election will be held in the scheduled date of May 14, as an election friendly environment has already been in place, the fate of the second phase local poll looks uncertain. The government, which had earlier …

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Finally, government to join OBOR


By Our Reporter Following pressure from the scholars in home and the Chinese diplomats, the government has formally decided to sign an accord on the “One Belt, One Road” initiative launched by China. A cabinet meeting on Monday decided to ink the OBOR. The present government led by Pushpa Kamal …

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Review columnist P Kharel awarded

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By Our Reporter Columnist of the People’s Review, P Kharel has been awarded the Gorkhapatra National Award on the occasion of the National Journalism Day on 7 May. The Award carries Rs. 55,551.00. The first professor at the Central Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, Tribhuvan University, Kharel is a …

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CJ Karki resumes office after SC stays impeachment

By Our Reporter In yet another dramatic incident of last week, the Supreme Court on Friday stayed the impeachment motion paving path for suspended Chief Justice Sushila Karki to resume her office in five days. The Supreme Court (SC) on Friday issued an interim order against the impeachment motion against …

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Gachchhadar inducted in the cabinet

By Our Reporter Bijay Gachchhadar of the Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum Liktantrik has joined the Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led government just a week before Dahal is to handover power to NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba. Prime Minister Dahal has given Gachchhadar the position of deputy prime minister and the portfolio of local …

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Major parties forge alliance to win polls


By Our Reporter Political parties have once proved that everything is possible in politics and no one is permanent enemy in politics by forging alliance to capture more seats of the local units. While the CPN-UML and the Rastriya Prajatantra Party decided to forge alliance in many local units, Nepali …

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Cease-fire between executive and judiciary

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal and NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba have decided to adopt a “wait and see” strategy for the time being. Following a serious meeting between Dahal and Deuba on Sunday, both the leaders have reached to a conclusion to see the attitude of the …

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