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Foreign Minister Gyawali in China

Agendas: Oli’s visit to Beijing and Xi’s Kathmandu By Our Reporter Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali left for Beijing Monday evening on an official visit at the invitation of State Councillor and Minister of Foreign Affairs of China Wang Yi. Before leaving for Beijing, Minister Gyawali had organised …

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Daylight loot in government offices, AG goes unabated

By Our Reporter The latest report of the Auditors’ General has shown how rampant is corruption in the government offices and constitutional bodies.  Moreover, corruption has gone up in recent years as the size of the government arrears has surged by more than 26 percent during the last fiscal year …

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Former King cautions political leaders

By Our Reporter Former King Gynendra Shah has expressed deep dissatisfaction over the deteriorating condition of Nepal. In a New Year’s message, while expressing health and happiness to all Nepalis, he has underscored on preservation of nationality. “Nationality, a serious lifeline is associated with cordiality of Nepali people and our …

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Oli’s New Year address from Rara Lake

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli this year chose the Rara Lake to address the nation on the occasion of New Year. His televised speech from the beach of the beautiful lake of Mugu was more sentimental than a political one of a sitting PM. Oli had reached …

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Education Minister Pokharel unveils 3-month action plan

By Our Reporter Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has issued a three-month action plan 2075 B.S. for the effective implementation of the ministry’s plans, policies and programmes. Minister for Education, Science and Technology Giri Raj Mani Pokharel issued the 30-point action plan on Sunday. Pokharel was appointed minister a …

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Nation gets new IGPs

By Our Reporter The government appointed new Inspector Generals (IGs) in the Nepal Police and the Armed Police Force (APF) last week Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Sarbendra Khanal has been appointed to the post of Inspector General of the Nepal Police and AIG Shailendra Khanal to the IGP post of …

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Seeking a permanent solution on Kashmir issue

By Our Reporter Last week, noted scholars, foreign affairs experts, senior journalists, among others, gathered for a discussion on the Kashmir dispute that has existed for above seven decades between our two neighbours India and Pakistan. In recent months, the Indian security forces have performed brutality by violating internationally established …

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Northwards Ahoy

As the establishment would have it, Prime Minister K.P. Oli, has done it. His bristles, exacerbated by the unilateral Indian blockade, have been soothed by his Indian counterparts who have come to terms with his emergence as, as one Indian wise guys would want to term it, ‘more powerful than …

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Last Wake-up Call

BY P. KHAREL Nepalis have suffered a hemorrhage of confidence in party leaders and a catalogue of 10 governments these past 11 years, without really much difference for all practical purpose. Many of the nation’s problems seen three decades ago remain exactly the same even now. Hunger invites anger that …

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