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Government discouraging e-vehicles

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli inaugurated five electrically run buses, but these buses are dumped in the garage. A corrupt bureaucracy and indecision of PM Oli himself are responsible for not operating these buses in the roads of Kathmandu. The fact is that the then secretary Krishna …

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Prez Bhandari lauds BRI

By Our Reporter President Bidya Devi Bhandari addressed the Leaders’ Roundtable of the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing on Saturday. Speaking on the theme of “Promoting Green and Sustainable Development to Implement the UN 2030 Agenda”, the President drew the attention of the world leaders …

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We arrange for the increase in potato and rice yields

By Our Reporter Prime Minister and parliamentary party leader of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) KP Sharma Oli claimed on Tuesday that he had arranged for the increment of potato and paddy production. This remarks that the Prime Minister made while addressing the meeting of the parliamentary party of …

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Budget session begins

By Our Reporter The budget session of the federal parliament has begun. Parliamentary party leaders of various parties expressed their opinions on the first day of the session on Monday. Main opposition party leader Sher Bahadur Deuba utilised the beginning of the session to heavily criticise the communist government. He …

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Feminists launch Say No to Male Panel

By Our Reporter Opposing the practice of male-dominated panels, that remain widely prevalent in programmes and events in the country with women averaging only one or zero conference speakers, a movement called, “ Say No to Male Panel’ was initiated in the country on Tuesday, probably being influenced by the …

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Five, including two foreigners nabbed for launching conversion drive

By Our Reporter Police have arrested two foreigners and three Nepalis from dang for trying to convince Nepali to convert into Christians. An American, one Indian national and three Nepali were arrested with documents relating to Christianity in Dang. A cartoon of bibles, envelopes containing money, medicines, laptops and pen …

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XI highlights benefits of BRI

By Our Reporter Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for all countries to join the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in his conclusion remarks to the second forum for BRI in Beijing on Saturday. Highlighting the benefits the global community can derive from BRI, President Xi said “All interested countries …

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Corruption: Systemic

Had the newly rich Japanese entering the jumbo jet era not tangled with the dominant American aviation industry themselves involved in their country’s powerful defense establishment, the issue of corruption would not perhaps have tumbled the Liberal Democratic Party from power in the post-War period. Suggestions that corruption lubricated development …

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NCP to from politburo soon

By Our Reporter The ruling NCP that concluded the district level unification last week is now bracing for constituting its politburo. The NCP’s secretariat meeting held on Monday was expected to do homework for the constitution of the politburo. However, the meeting did not enter the issue. It is stated …

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