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Bangladesh buys two submarines from China

By AFP Bangladesh took delivery on Monday of its first submarines, bought from China, as it seeks to boost its naval power in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh paid a reported $203 million for the two submarines, a deal that reflects the country’s growing economic and defence ties with Beijing. …

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India : The mother of all terrorists

BY SUKHANVER Certainly one would call it illogical to trace some connection between the terrorist attack on Police Training Academy in Quetta and the successful completion of international PACES championship at Ayub stadium Lahore but unfortunately these two events are closely connected. And the whole episode revolves around a single …

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IGP Aryal against Home Minister Nidhi’s plan to withdraw cases of Madhesis

By Our Reporter Revelation of  Deputy  Prime Minister Bimalendra Nidhi’s plan to withdraw the cases of serious crimes involving the Madhesi agitators has drawn flak from Inspector General of Nepal Police Upendra Kanta Aryal. Aryal has strongly opposed the preparations made to withdraw the cases relating to the Kailali carnage …

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Upper Marsyangdi ‘A’ starts power production

Kathmandu, Sept. 27:Upper Marsyangdi ‘A’ hydroelectricity project Monday started generating electricity. Minister for Energy Janardan Sharma Pravakar announced the commencement of power generation by the project. With it 25 megawatt electricity has been connected to the national grid. The hydropower project with 50 MW capacity in Bhulbhule VDC of Lamjung …

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Constitution in ICU observes birth anniversary

There was no enthusiasm among the people when the political leaders of the ruling parties were celebrating the birth anniversary of the constitution in a fanfare manner. There was absent of the main opposition party UML and opposition parties RPPN and others when the government was celebrating the  “birthday programme” …

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Is China now the world’s ‘second super power’?

By MR Josse KATHMANDU: Is China now the world’s second super power, after the United States? While intellects of far superior geopolitical acumen or acuity than mine will no doubt provide authoritative answers to that tantalizing query soon enough, I have for sometime now been struck that, almost without anyone …

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Inauguration of the 9th NRN conference by IME chairman

Chandra Prasad Dhakal, chairman of IME group addressed the gathering of non-residential Nepalese (NRN) in New Jersey, USA at the 9th NRN conference which was inaugurated on 27th of August. Dhakal also represented the FNCCI and all the other private sector of Nepal. At the inauguration ceremony Dhakal also requested …

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Pulsar Dare Venture 2nd season conquering Solukhumbu

HH Bajaj, the sole distributor of Bajaj motorcycles in Nepal, has announced the second season of ‘Pulsar Dare Venture’. After traversing the tricky roads of Mustang in its first edition, the second iteration of Pulsar Dare Venture is slated to conquer Solukhubhu later this year, organisers have announced. Pulsar Dare …

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Mountain bike race for school children

Prodigy MTB Race, a school level mountain biking event, organised by Gnarly, a mountain biking company based in Lalitpur is scheduled to take place in Chobhar, Kathmandu, on August 13. While sports like football, basketball and volleyball are commonly played in most schools in the Capital, mountain biking is a …

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