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RPP burns documents related to secularism

Kathmandu, 23 April: Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP), which is launching nationwide agitation programme, burnt documents related to secularism nationwide. RPP has postponed the next phase of protest programme since the government called the party for dialogue in response to the RPP’s memorandum handed over to the PM earlier to launching …

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West against China

Kathmandu, 22 April: Americans, who were provoking Tibetans in Nepal against China, had remained silent for some time. Again, they are becoming active to disturb China by using Nepali soil, writes Sanghu vernacular weekly. In December last year, the American Senate had endorsed a bill to provide fund to the …

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INGOs campaigning Christianity

Kathmandu, 20 April: INGOs working in development project, social service and empowering Nepali citizens in the country are found active in campaigning for Christianity, reports Annapurna Post vernacular daily. The law of the nation doesn’t allow such INGOs to campaign Christianity and converging religion. Such activities are subjected to the …

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CPN leaders in secret talks

By Our Reporter Chairmen of the ruling CPN KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal spent two days in Chandragiri last week and held secret talks to conclude the party unification process. The two leaders reached the hill directly linked with Nepal’s unification for the organisational unification of the two …

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Conspiracy against Chinese company

By Our Reporter India has not yet started manufacturing electrcity buses. Only last year, the BYD company of China in a joint venture established a factory of electrcity buses in India. But Nepal has rejected five buses manufactured by the BYD company of China and sent by the Chinese company …

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Land mafias capture government land

By Our Reporter Land mafia, which succeeded in transferring ownership of even public land adjoining the prime minister’s official residence, is found to have illegally grabbed over 1,860 ropanis of land in Kathmandu in six years after the fall of the Panchayat political system. This bizarre fact was revealed in …

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Former King extends New Year greetings

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Sah Dev, on the eve of New Year 2076 BS, has wished for happiness, peace and prosperity of all the Nepalis in the country and abroad. In his New Year greetings, the former King has recalled that he found people suffering from …

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Breakthrough in Bheri Babai irrigation tunnel

By Our Reporter A breakthrough was made in the tunnel of National Pride Project Bheri-Babahi Diversion Multi-Purpose Project on Tuesday. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli announced the breakthrough of the tunnel of the project by pressing a switch at Chiple of Bheriganga Municipality Ward No. 11, Surkhet today. After 10 …

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Former CJs do not return motors

By Our Reporter Fourteen former chief justices of the Supreme Court have been using government vehicles by violating the rules. From former CJ Surendra Prasad Singh to the Om Prakash Mishra are found misusing the government vehicles by keeping private plate numbers in the government cars. Gopal Parajuli who was …

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CIAA files case against 235

By Our Reporter The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has foled more cases in the first nine months of the current fiscal year previous years. The cases were filed in the Special Coourt from mid July 2018 to mid April 2019. Similarly, 194 cases were filed in …

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