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Chand group intensifying violent activities

By Our Reporter Netrabikram Chand led Nepal Communist Party has strengthen its organization specially in the Western Nepal. Against the arrest of its workers and search operation carried out in Chand’s hometown, the group has announced Nepal bandh today. Last week also, the group had organised bandh in the West …

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RPP to organse mass meeting in Kathmandu

By Our Reporter Rastriya Prajatantra Party, after concluding Mechi-Mahakali Rastriya Swabhiman Yatra [National Pride Journey] successfully, has decided to hold extended meeting along with participation of all the district chairs and central committee leaders in Kathmandu. The meeting would decide on launching further agitation programme with the demand of roundtable …

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Meaningful

It is certainly no coincidence. Rautahat was the district from whence the Tarai based parties demonstrated their cadre clout by announcing that they had outdone the Maoists in cashing in communally for organizational purposes. The ‘Madhesh’ was also the region where the ‘Left’s’ secular ideology was by and large defeated …

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U.N. rights chief warns India over divisive policies, harassment of Muslims

By Tom Miles: U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet attends a session of the Human Rights Council at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse GENEVA (Reuters) – U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet warned India on Wednesday that its “divisive policies” could undermine …

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Air Dynasty chopper crash raises air safety questions

By Our Reporter The killing of seven high profile passengers, including Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Prasad Adhikari in a helicopter crash in Taplejung on February 27 has once again shown that Nepal’s sky is not safe. Minister Adhikari, tourism entrepreneurs Ang Tshering Sherpa and high government …

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Pakistani PM Khan demonstrates visionary leadership role

By Our Reporter Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has averted a possible war between India and Pakistan by acting as a visionary leader. When the Indian leaders and media were provoking for war by airing false and baseless news that Pakistan itself had its hand in the Kashmir attack in …

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Former Queen Mother hospitalized, former King postpones visit

By Our Reporter Former Queen Mother Ratna Rajya Laxmi Devi Shah has been admitted at the Norvic International Hospital, Thapathali on 5 March for treatment. Following illness of the Queen Mother, former King Gyanendra, who was in Damak and was scheduled to visit mid-eastern Tarai districts, postponed the visit and …

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Process to make Nepal Fiji

By Our Reporter The lawmakers are finalizing the draft of the citizenship amendment bill. Under the influence of the westerners and Indians, the Parliament is preparing the new citizenship law under which those got birth before 23 January, 2009 from those who have obtained Nepali citizenship, will get citizenship by …

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Government developing grounds for Indian investment in agriculture

By Our Reporter The government has tabled a bill on foreign direct investment in the name of attracting foreign direct investment. If the bill will be endorsed by the federal parliament, multinational companies will get permission to invest in agricultural field in Nepal. This plan of the so-called nationalist government …

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Dairy entrepreneurs object to the FDI in Dairy sector

By Our Reporter Dairy entrepreneurs have urged the government not to open gates for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the dairy sector, stating that the country was on the way to becoming self–reliant in dairy products. The dairy industries’ concern came in response to the Foreign Investment and Technology Transfer …

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