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Report on Nirmala’s rape and murder made public

By Our Reporter The government made public the report of the probe panel formed to investigate into the murder of 13-year-old Nirmala Panta after her rape. The Ministry of Home Affairs made the report public on Sunday. In its conclusion, the report mentioned that Nepal Police remained indifferent though the …

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Pappu construction under CIAA net, MP Rauniyar suspended

By Our Reporter The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has finally filed a case against the owner and chair of the controversial Pappu Construction Company, including lawmaker Hari Narayan Prasad Sah Rauniyar. The construction company has earned bad name for low quality works over the years. …

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Dasain is Here

Dasain comes with a bang this year with the near consensual realization that the nation has been set adrift by a system that has lost control of any vestige of government. The most expensive festival system in history is hardly explained away by the falling of Nepali rupee value and …

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Japanese support for school sector development program

By Our Reporter Japan has extended grant assistance of three hundred eight million Nepalese rupees to Nepal for the School Sector Development Program (SSDP). Masamichi Saigo, ambassador of Japan, and Shreekrishna Nepal, joint secretary of the International Economic Cooperation Coordination Division of the Ministry of Finance signed notes to this …

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Bangladesh Embassy organises National Development Fair 2018

By Our Reporter The Bangladesh Embassy organized a day long programme to celebrate 4th National Development Fair at Embassy premises on 05 October in a festive and joyous manner. The programme was inaugurated by Ambassador Mashfee Binte Shams in presence of Nepali guests and expatriate Bangladesh community living in Kathmandu. …

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NC leaders divided over age limits for student leaders

By Our Reporter Disputes have surfaced in the Nepali Congress over the issue of limiting the age for any student contesting for the post in the Nepal Students Union, the student wing of the party. When the leaders close to party president Sher Bahadur Deuba put forth a proposal to …

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Former King to offer Tika to general public

Kathmandu, 9 October: Former King Gyanendra is offering Dasain Tika to the general public at his private residence Nirmal Niwas on Friday, 19 October. The Tika time for the general public is scheduled to be started from 4 pm, according to Dr Phani Pathak, the former King’s press secretary. The …

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RJP’s warning

Rajendra Mahato, one among the members of the Council of Chairmen of the Rastriya Janata Party (RJP), has warned that his party may start fresh agitation after the festival (Chhat festival) and warn the government about its demands. Meanwhile, his party has handed over a memorandum to Prime Minister KP …

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Susta people seeking justice against Indian hegemony

Kathmandu, 9 October: A delegation of those victims, native residents of Susta, by Indian security was in Kathmandu last week seeking justice. As there is no strong presence of the Nepal government in Susta, the Indians have encroached a large portion of Nepali land and continuously been troubling Nepali citizens …

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Chinese aircraft in operation

Kathmandu, 9 October: It is interesting to note that the new management in the Nepal Airlines has made possible commercial flights by the dumped brand new Chinese aircraft. The previous management under the command of controversial person Sugatratna Kangsakar had publicly declared that it was impossible to operate commercial service …

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