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Government unveils lists of insignificant achievements of nine months

By Our Reporter The government last week unveiled the achievements made by Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led governmentt in the last nine months, including mostly insignificant achievements. A lengthy press statement issued on Friday included 103 achievements made by the government. But most of the achievements were insignificant having no relations with …

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172 quake-damaged health institutions yet to be built

By Our Reporter Of the total 372 quake-damaged health institutions, only 200 of them have been prefabricated and 172 are yet to be reconstructed in disaster-resilient manner in two years after devastating earthquake of April 2015. According to the Ministry of Health (MoH), a total of 372 health facilities in …

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Essay Writing and Speech Competition held


By Our Reporter Pakistan Embassy Kathmandu organized award presentation ceremonies of Ambassador of Pakistan Essay Writing Competition – 2017 on Tuesday. Chief Gueston the occasion was Minister for EducationDhani Ram Poudel who presented awards to winning Nepalese students, who participated in these events. Students who secured first, second and third …

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Former Princess Prearana discharged


By Our Reporter Former Princess Prearana Rajya Laxmi Devi Singh has been discharged on 23 April from the Norvic International Hospital. She was admitted to the Norvic International Hospital on 7 April for the treatment of Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis. She has made almost complete recovery and is now able …

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Fast Track?


Curiosity heightens. What prompts the Madhesh- centered parties to combine into two and what wisdom bestows them to shed their regional colors and allow them to assume a national nomenclature in course of their election talks with government is merely one of the many mysteries unfolding in Nepal’s political mysteries. …

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Anti-pollution campaign in Chabahil

A host of artists took to streets in Chabahil to perform against the widespread pollution in the Capital. As part of the performance, the artists wrapped themselves in plastic, with placards labelled with slogans such as ‘Kathmandu banyo Hilomandu’, ‘Rajdhani banyo Laajdhani’ and ‘Bhatkaaune matra ki Banaune Pani?’, among others, …

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Nation at crucial juncture

By Our Reporter The political parties in the government have decided to hold the 14 May election at any cost, whereas, the Madheshi Front has announced its protest programs to disturb the elections at any cost. Both the sides are prepared for confrontation from which the politics may take a …

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Local polls still look uncertain

By Our Reporter Although local poll is now only 25 days away,, it is still uncertain whether the election will be held on the scheduled date of May 14, and if they are held, will they be conducted in a single phase. Conflicting views of the ministers and the leaders …

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