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Chained Resham Chaudhary in Bir

By Our Reporter The government which has drawn public flak for the Guthi Bill, Media Council Bill and killing of Kumar Paudel has also been criticised for chaining up lawmaker Resham Chaudhary in hospital. When a photo showing chained Chaudhary receiving treatment at Bir Hospital was made public, the government …

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BRI beneficial for all

By Our Reporter Activities associated with the Belt and Road Initiative have also increased in Kathmandu in recent days. After Nepal became a part of the BRI, the ministers and political leaders have been busy attending the meetings, seminars and conferences of the BRI in China and even in home. …

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Literate Balika Thapaliya bags Jasuda Memorial Award

By Our Reporter Literate Baika Thapaliya has bagged this year’s Jasuda Memorial Award. The meeting of the Bhanu Prativa Samrakchan and Sahittya Sambardhan Samiti, Ilam, chaired by literate Bimal Bidhaya held on 20 June has decided to reward Thapaliya with the Award. Thapaliya from Chamaita, Ilam, East Nepal, is a …

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NCP leaders doubtful about each other

By Our Reporter There has been seen a triangular struggle inside the ruling party NCP. Madhav Nepal wants to finish KP Sharma Oli, whereas, Oli wants to finish Nepal by taking into confidence Pushpakamal Dahal Prachanda. Prachanda wants the implementation of the gentleman’s agreement of sharing power by the two …

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Japan establishes mediation centers for Nepal Bar Association

By Our Reporter Ambassador of Japan Masamichi Saigo handed over three mediation centers, one at the Patan High Court, and one each at Lalitpur District Court and Bhaktapur District Court, for the improvement of the efficiency of legal assistance in urban areas. The Project for the Establishment of Mediation Centers …

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Historical linkages between Lumbini and Takshila discussed

By Our Reporter The Pakistan Embassy in collaboration with the Center for Advanced Studies in South Asia (CASSA) organized a seminar on the topic “Lumbini and Takshila: Conceptualizing the Concept” on Monday. During the Seminar, participants discussed deep historical linkages between the archeological sites in Lumbini (Nepal) and Taxila (Pakistan). …

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Budget endorsed with majority

Kathmandu, 25June:  The budget for the fiscal year 2076/77 has been endorsed by the House of Representatives (HoR). It has been endorsed with majority. The Government had presented a budget of Rs 1.532 trillion for the fiscal year 2076/77 on May 29.According to it,  Rs 957.10 billion (62%) for recurrent …

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Govt.in search of partner for Nepal Airlines

Kathmandu, 25June: The Government has stated that it is looking for a reliable business partner and loan to operate the Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) smoothly. Responding to questions in the House of Representatives today Finance Minister admitted that the national flag carrier has become a white elephant and a burden. …

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Strike badly affects life

Kathmandu, 25 June:A nationwide general strike called by Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’-led Nepal Communist Party has  badly affected life throughout the country. The working class as well as daily wage earners are affected the worst. The outlawed Maoist outfit   called a strike today to protest the killing of its Sarlahi …

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CIAA’s sheer negligence

Kathmandu, 25 June: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA)  officials still haven’t found the original files and various other documents concerning Gobindra Raj Joshi case. According to Rajdhani daily, after the Supreme Court warned of action against CIAA officials for not submitting the documents related to …

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