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Let all of us be united against traitors!


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan We are in a very crucial phase. The question is that whether we will remain as the citizen of Nepal or we or our successors will be the citizens of India! Our leaders have shown their true colors since they have openly begun to fulfill the …

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Government inviting yet another bloodbath

By Our Reporter It seems our leaders hardly learn a lesson from their past mistakes and keep on committing similar mistakes time and again. Last year, when they decided to create a separate province for the people of Bheri and Karnali zones, their decision resulted in the Tikapur carnage in …

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RPP’s decisive role

By Our Reporter After unification of the two RPPs, RPP has emerged as the fourth largest party in the Parliament with a decisive strength. Until RPP’s central task force decision, political observers had believed that the constitution could be amended even without UML’s support. However, after the decision of the …

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Where lies Nepal’s “one China policy?”

By Our Reporter On 14 November, 41 Tibetans were arrested by the Nepali security as they were heading for India without the travel document. On 26 November, again 15 Tibetans were arrested from Belahia transit point in Nepal-India border. The security had handed them over to the Immigration Department for …

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Amendment proposal invites Indian interference

By Our Reporter The constitution amendment proposal registered by the government in the parliament is likely to be an excuse forIndia to further consolidate interference in Nepal’s internal matters. Signs to this direction have already been visible. Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae threw a lunch party for the leaders …

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Dr KC ends his 10th fast-unto death


By Our Reporter Senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC ended his 10th round of fast-unto-death on Sunday. He broke the strike after 22 days after the government addressed some of his demands and committed to fulfilling the remaining demands in the coming days by signing a 12-point agreement. Dr. KC …

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Editors’ Society elects new office bearers


By Our Reporter The 22nd annual general meeting (AGM) of the Editors’ Society of Nepal (ESON) which was held last week has elected new office bearers. Senior journalist Puru Rishal has been elected as the new chairman of the Society, whereas, Pushpa Raj Pradhan, editor-in-chief of the People’s Review weekly …

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Fate of the constitution

By Our Reporter Even if RPP (37 votes) will cast vote for amendment of the constitution, there is lack of two votes to endorse the amendment bill, said an UML source. However, on Monday, RPP decided not to vote for amendment of the constitution stating that in as-it-is situation the …

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Japan’s National Day celebrated


By our Reporter Masashi Ogawa, Ambassador of Japan hosted a Reception on 2 December to celebrate the 83rd auspicious Birthday of His Majesty the Emperor Akihito at his official residence, Tahachal. Nearly four hundred of VVIP and VIP guests including the Vice-President Nanda Bahadur Pun as a chief guest, Speaker …

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Forcing Alternatives


There is still that hope that our mainstream parties patch up their differences fast and dish out a compromise that sets the course for the current constitution to conduct all levels of elections in order to render the implementation process of the constitution complete. Warnings that disaster awaits if this …

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