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Former King to visit Orissa

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra, to grace the Pattabhishek Panchavish was hantibarshapurti Festival of the 145th Shree Majjagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Nischalandasaraswoti, has scheduled to visit Shreegovardanmath Puripith, Orissa, India on 5 February. The former King is leaving for Orissa on 5 February, according to a press note issued by …

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China opens new chapter in Africa relations

BY HE WENPING Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi paid an official visit to Rwanda, Angola, Gabon, and Sao Tome and Principe at the beginning of 2018, his 13th official visit to the continent since he took office. It has been 28 years that Chinese foreign ministers list Africa as their …

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Family donates land for campus

By Our Reporter A family of Rampur Municipality in Palpa district donated nearly four ropani of land plot for Darchha Campus. Family of late Yadunath Khanal offered the land to help sustain the campus. It is said Khanal’s widow Dhan Kumari, son Ishowari and daughter-in-law Indira of Rajghara in Rampur …

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Tibet vows to free 140,000 from poverty in 2018

LHASA, Dec. 20 (Xinhua) — Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has vowed to pull 140,000 people out of poverty in 2018, local authorities said Wednesday. The region plans to remove 2,000 villages and 25 counties from the country’s list of impoverished areas. From 2016 to 2020, Tibet is projected to …

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Russiagate reveals Americans lack confidence in own system

By Wang Wenwen The US is edging toward another round of sanctions against Russia after the State Department turned over to Congress a list of Russian defense and intelligence entities. The new sanctions are meant to rebuke Russia for its actions in Eastern Europe and Syria as well as for …

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China dissatisfied with Nepal

By Our Reporter Annapurna Post daily has reported that China has become highly dissatisfied from the Nepal government’s reluctance on giving projects under the Belt and Road Initiatives (BRI). Even after seven months of Nepal government’s partnership on China initiated BRI, Nepal has not proposed any project to be constructed …

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Heavyweight leaders contesting elections

By Our Reporter In the first phase of elections to the House of Representatives, a few heavyweight candidates will be facing tough candidates of the rival alliance. Probably, Dr. Baburam Bhattarai of the Naya Shakti Party-Nepal and Narayan Kaji Shrestha, the common candidate of the left alliance in Gorkha-2, will …

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Political Stability: Losing Battle

By P. Kharel The ding-dong manner in which the prime ministerial chair changes its occupant in Nepal mocks at the existing political practices in Nepal. Marriage of opportunism is the order of the day, without batting an eyelid. They have no qualms about the expediency they resort to. Marriage of …

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Israel supports beekeeping project

By Our Reporter The “Launching Ceremony of Beekeeping Project” of the Israeli INGO, Tevel b’Tzedek, was held on 20 September. The project is being supported by MASHAV-Israel’s Agency for Development Cooperation through the Embassy of Israel in Nepal. The proposal submitted by a MASHAV Alumni, Pradeep Neupane, who attended the …

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Playing Pranks with Polls

By P. Kharel Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, faced with success famine since he took office, pathetically described the third phase of the local elections as “a major achievement”. He had very little else to stake claim in his fourth prime ministerial innings. If conducting elections alone constituted a “major” …

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