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Citizenship distribution: “Patriotic” leaders’ act of traitor

By Our Reporter The district administration offices of the Tarai area are now receiving unmanageable crowd of the people seeking Nepali citizenship cards. After the Home Ministry issued a notice on April 2 instructing the DAOs to provide citizenship certificates to the offspring of those parents holding Nepali citizenship cards, …

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CPN unification process makes major breakthrough

By Our Reporter Ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has succeeded to make a major headway in its ongoing unification process, by finalizing the leadership in its district committees. It took almost a year to form the unified district committees. A meeting of the party secretariat held on Sunday finalised the …

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Review columnist P Kharel awarded

By Our Reporter People’s Review columnist Prof. P. Kharel has been awarded Ambika Devi Oli Memorial Journalism Prize-2018 for his contributions to Nepalese journalism. Satya Mohan Joshi, Nepal’s most eminent cultural scholar, handed over the letter of felicitation and a cash prize of Rs 101,111 on April 20 in Kathmandu. …

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Tribute to Pushkarlal Shrestha

By Our Reporter The untimely demise of a patriotic and professional journalist Pushkarlal Shrestha is an irreparable loss for not only his family and the media sector but also to the entire nation. Shrestha, 60, passed away on 17 April while undergoing treatment at the Norvic International Hospital in Kathmandu. …

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NC leaders in public awareness campaign

By Our Reporter Marred by internal feud, the Nepali Congress has launched its nationwide awareness campaign to educate people about the government’s wrongdoings and to strengthen the party organisation from Wednesday. The party had assigned its leaders in all 77 districts to lead the awareness campaign. According to NC Spokesperson …

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Sri Lanka mourns bomb attacks: Lessons to learn by Nepal

By Our Reporter Sunday’s terrorist act in Sri Lanka killing around 300 people and about 500 people wounded is really a very sad and heinous crime. We stand together with the Sri Lankan people at this moment of great sorrow. Nepal and Sri Lanka are the South Asian countries and …

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Japan’s support to health center in Udayapur

By Our Reporter Japanese ambassador Masamichi Saigo laid the cornerstone of a health center in Chaudandigadhi Municipality, Udayapur District. Along with Ambassador Saigo, MP Dr. Narayan Khadka attended the ceremony. The Project for the Construction of a Health Center in Chaudandigadhi Municipality, Udayapur District, is funded under the Grant Assistance …

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Will the land of Lalit Niwas come under government?

By Our Reporter Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had taken a decision to bring back the government land of Lalitniwas that was grabbed by land mafias. A Cabinet meeting of March took this decision. Prime Minister Oli gave the responsibility to bring back the 124 ropnais of land registered in …

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Investors commit Rs. 2,500 billion for 31 projects

By Our Reporter In less than a month after the government hosted the Investment Summit, Nepal has received 48 applications for 31 different projects having an estimated cost of Rs. 2,500 billion. Until April 20, 2019, a total of 43 applications were received for 26 projects, which were showcased in …

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The Limits of State

Loktantra was officially celebrated this year with lackluster government sponsored gatherings bereft of public spontaneity. Government, freshly emerged from the supposed success of its partisan unification in the lower tiers will project the much vaunted image it seeks from its supposed new strength to assuage an increasingly suspicious public that …

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