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Nepal Students Union on the verge of dissolution

By Our Reporter The factional division in the Nepali Congress is likely to eat up Nepal Students Union, the powerful sister organisation of the party formed some 48 years ago. The NSU whose general convention should have held by August 2018 is still unable to fix the date for its …

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Economic relations between Nepal and Sri Lanka

BY Swarna Perera Sri Lanka and Nepal share longstanding bilateral relations since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1957. Our two countries share a unique spiritual and cultural affinity in South Asia and our engagement and cooperation are testimony to excellent bilateral relations emphasized by abiding friendship, mutual respect and …

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Japan inaugurates reconstruction school building in Dhading

By Our Reporter Japanese ambassador Masamichi Saigo, inaugurated a school building at Shree Chyamadevi Secondary School in Dhading District which was damaged by the earthquake in 2015. The school is the sole educational institution in Rubi Valley Rural Municipality. Japan had extended financial assistance of US Dollars 90,909 to a …

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Bhandari named executive chair of Gorkhaptra Corporation

By Our Reporter The government has finally succeeded to tame controversial general manager of Gorkhapatra Corporation Bastant Prakash Upadhyay by appointing Krishna Murari Bhanadari as the executive chair of the corporation. After the appointment of executive chair, GM Upadhyay will be barred from taking any financial decision in the corporation. …

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CK Raut under arrest

Kathmandu, 8 October: CK Raut, chairman of the Free Madhesh Alliance, has been arrested by the Nepal Police on 7 October in Gaur. Raut was returning from the District Court, Gaur, in the meantime, the Gaur Police had arrested him. Raut was present at the Court to attend a case …

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Kerung-Kathmandu railway possible

Kathmandu, 26 August: Recently conducted feasibility study has confirmed that the Rasuwagari-Kathmandu railway line is technically possible. According to Madhusudan Adhikari, secretary at the Transportation and Physical Infrastructure Ministry, who has just returned after attending the bilateral meeting held in China on construction of the railway line, the Chinese side …

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Prosperity or poverty?

By PR Pradhan One can never achieve any goal by walking towards the negative direction. The government is giving the slogan of “prosperous Nepal and happy Nepalis”, but in action, no effort has been seen to make Nepal prosperous and make the Nepali people happy. The government is encouraged from …

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Aus keen to invest in Nepal

Kathmandu,  20 July : Australian Ambassador to Nepal Peter Budd  has stated that Australian investors  were interested  in investig in solar energy production in Nepal. During a meeting with Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun at the Ministry today, the Ambassador expressed his interest as Pun …

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The optics are good. Why spoil the atmospherics?

By Maila Baje A s the going gets tougher for Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli, he surely wants to be the toughie who’s getting going. But somewhere things don’t seem to be working. Sitting atop the government and party with the tightest grip conceivable – at least theoretically – …

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