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Saraswati Puja being observed across the nation
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: Saraswati Puja which is also known as Shree Panchami is being observed across the country on Sunday. On this day, Students, teachers, musicians, artists, researchers, and beginners worship
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Ruling parties want panel thru voice vote
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: If opposition parties continue obstructing the Constituent Assembly, the CA Chairman Subas Nembang could form a Proposal Committee and the ruling parties’ CA members could support his propo
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PM Koirala calls on Prez Yadav
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, Jan 25: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala called on President Ram Baran Yadav at the Office of the President on Saturday evening. On the occasion, the two discussed the reasons for failing to
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Ball is in CA chair’s court
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, JAN 25 - The Constituent Assembly chairman’s decision on Friday to initiate the CA process to form the Questionnaire Committee despite reservations from the opposition risks deepening polit
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Nembang to propose forming questionnaire committee (yesterday)
Nembang to propose forming questionnaire committee
(yesterday) Will stop CA Chairman at any cost: Oppns KATHMANDU, Jan 25: After major parties failed to reach agreement on postponing the meeting of Constituent Assembly (CA), CA Chairman Subas Nembang himself will propose forming a questionnaire committee on Sunday. CA Chairman is preparing to table the proposal to that as per the rule 91 of the CA regulations ... Read Full News
In Delhi hot seat, job is perspiring
(yesterday) NEW DELHI, JAN 25 - The residence of the Nepali ambassador at Barakhamba Road in New Delhi is an old house within the premises of the Nepali Embassy, devoid of basic facilities. To make the matters wo
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CIAA books UML's Kathmandu chief
(Jan 24) KATHMANDU: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority today filed charge-sheets against nine individuals, including CPN-UML Kathmandu chief Nirmal Kuikel, at Special Court under Preven
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PM Koirala promises to move ahead despite opposition's obstructions
(Jan 24) KATHMANDU, Jan 24: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has expressed commitment to conclude the ongoing task of constitution-drafting through democratic process despite repeated obstructions by opposition p
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PM says committed to delivering new constitution (Jan 24)
PM says committed to delivering new constitution
(Jan 24) All Feeds Updated January 24, 2015, 8:03 AM EST Home Capital Nepal World Sports Business Variety Opinion Entertainment Multimedia Blogs Special Perspectives Election 2070 Today's Edition ePaper THTMobile Media Kit SUBSCRIBE NEWSPAPER BOOK CLASSIFIED ... Read Full News
Police dig out TDBL's missing Rs 21 million
(Jan 24) KATHMANDU, Jan 23: Police on Friday unraveled the mystery behind the disappearance of Rs 20.99 million from two different bank accounts of Tourism Development Bank Limited. In the first instance, an
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Nepal lose to Kenya by 5 wickets
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, JAN 23 - Nepal lost to Kenya by five wickets in their fifth match in the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 at Windhoek, Namibia on Friday. The five time World Cup participant Kenya achie
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Nepal post 195-run target for Kenya (Jan 23)
Nepal post 195-run target for Kenya
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, JAN 23 - Nepal have posted a target of 195 runs against the five-time World Cup participant Kenya in the ongoing ICC World Cricket League Division 2 match at Windhoek, Namibia on Friday. Sent to bat first after losing the toss, Nepal made 194 runs losing all its wickets in 49.5 overs. The overall run rate of Nepal was 3.89 runs per over ... Read Full News
Nepal batting against Kenya after losing the toss (Jan 23)
Nepal batting against Kenya after losing the toss
(Jan 23) ATHMANDU, Jan 23: Nepal started batting first after losing the toss at the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 being held at Wanderers Affies in Windhoek, Namibia on Friday. ... Read Full News
Two-thirds majority our last resort, govt tells foreign envoys
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, Jan 23:The government has said that it will put maximum efforts to bring a new constitution through consensus. During a function organized on Thursday to brief Kathmandu-based foreign dipl
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Statute-drafting process to continue‚ govt tells envoys (Jan 23)
Statute-drafting process to continue‚ govt tells envoys
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU: The government today told the international community that the new constitution could not be promulgated on the stipulated date due to unnecessary hurdles created by UCPN-Maoist and Madhesi front, and reiterated that the process of drafting the constitution would continue even after January 22. The government made it clear that efforts ... Read Full News
Parties fail to deliver statute
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, Jan 23: The Constituent Assembly (CA) meeting that continued from Thursday morning till midnight was adjourned amid strong protests by opposition lawmakers without entering into its schedul
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Zero-sum game: CA disappoints again
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, JAN 23 - This has been coming for a long time and it has finally happened. As the deadline for constitution promulgation expired on Thursday midnight, Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Ne
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CA misses self-imposed deadline (Jan 23)
CA misses self-imposed deadline
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU: The Constituent Assembly, constituted for the second time, has missed the self-imposed deadline for promulgation of new constitution as opposition parties obstructed the CA proceedings till late evening, compelling CA Chairman Subas Chandra Nembang to prorogue its 91st meeting. Though elected for four years, the CA II had set January 22 ... Read Full News
Leaders happy to pass the buck
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, JAN 23 - Despite their commitment, the parties failed to deliver the new constitution on Thursday. Leaders of major parties have blamed one another for the missed deadline. While Maoist Cha
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Parties 'betray' people over statute-making
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU, Jan 22 : It has been nearly a decade since the peace process started in Nepal. Constituent Assembly (CA) elections were held in April, 2008 with a promise to conclude the peace process with
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Public transport fare decreases
(Jan 22) BHIMDUTTANAGAR: Public transport fare has been decreased on vehicles operating in rural areas from the headquarters of Baitadi district. Transport entrepreneurs reduced the fare at the initiatives of
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CA set to miss yet another deadline
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU: Promise the political parties had made in their election manifestos to promulgate the new constitution by January 22 is all set to be broken, as no breakthrough is likely tomorrow. The last
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Nepal into Div 1‚ beat Namibia by 3 wickets
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU: Nepal are on the verge of entering Division 1 of World Cricket League after edging hosts Namibia by three wickets in their match played at United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek of Namibia on
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Media entrepreneur held on charge of drug smuggling
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU, JAN 22 - Police have arrested a Dharan-based media entrepreneur on the charge of drug smuggling . A team of police personnel nabbed Himal Rai, a resident of Dharan-15, four days ago and se
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Namibia posts 143-run target against Nepal
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU, Jan 21: Nepal has received a 143-run target from host team Namibia at the ongoing ICC World Cricket League Division 2 held at the Wanderers cricket ground in Windhoek, Namibia on Wednesday.
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Sonam Lhosar being observed with gusto across nation
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU: The indigenous Tamang communities across the nation are celebrating Sonam Lhosar with zest and zeal on Wednesday. The festival is being observed throughout the country by organising variou
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Bandh enforcers target mediapersons
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU: The day-long general strike called by 30-party alliance led by UCPN-Maoist, CPN-Maoist and Indigenous Nationalities’ National Movement to press the ruling parties to promulgate the new cons
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Statute-making in confrontation mode after opposition turns unruly
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU, Jan 21: The constitution-making process has fallen into a confrontation mode as the UCPN (Maoist), the Madhes-based parties and some other opposition parties have indulged in violent protes
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8 parties firm on questionnaire panel
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU, JAN 21 - The ruling parties have said they are firm on the process to form a questionnaire committee to resolve the disputed issues of constitution writing. In a joint statement, eight rul
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KC, Khadka star in Nepal’s second win
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU, JAN 21 - Debutant Karan KC’s five-for and skipper Paras Khadka’s timely half century inspired Nepal to a convincing seven-wicket win over four-time World Cup participants Canada in the ICC
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Nepal trounces Canada (Jan 21)
Nepal trounces Canada
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU, Jan 21: Nepal appeared to be moving firmly on course of achieving its ICC World Cricket League Division 2 ambition registering a seven-wicket win over Canada on Tuesday. Debutant Karan KC’s five-wicket haul and skipper Paras Khadka’s half-century guided Nepal to a comprehensive win at the Wanderers cricket ground in Windhoek, Namibia. N ... Read Full News
Old coins found in Buddha’s place
(Jan 20) KAPILVASTU, JAN 20 - A team of archaeologists has found around 300 ancient silver coins from Tilaurakot, the Shakya Capital city where Siddhartha Gautam spent 29 years of his princely life before he b
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Nation-wide bandh brings life to standstill
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU: The nation-wide bandh jointly enforced by 30-party alliance led by UCPN-Maoist, Mohan Baidhya-led CPN-Maoist and Padma Ratna Tuladhar-led Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN
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Indian police quiz Tharoor over wife's murder
(Jan 20) NEW DELHI: Delhi police questioned a former high-flying UN diplomat and Indian government minister late tonight in connection with his wife’s murder, a case that has dominated local media headlines.
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CA turns into battleground as oppns resort to vandalism
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU, Jan 20: The late night meeting of the Constituent Assembly was postponed for 1:00 pm Tuesday, following strong protest amidst scuffles by the opposition CA members against the effort to tab
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Opposition's act in CA 'uncivilized', remarks Home Minister (Jan 20)
Opposition's act in CA 'uncivilized', remarks Home Minister
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU, Jan 20: Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Bamdev Gautam has termed the conduct of the opposition parties including the UCPN (Maoist) inside the Constituent Assembly late tonight as ‘uncivilized’. In his brief comments to the media after the CA meeting was obstructed by the opposition alliance, Home Minister Gautam said the anarchi ... Read Full News
Parties defer 'decisive course' for today
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU, Jan 19: Top leaders of major political parties have agreed to defer the much talked-about “decisive course” of the Constituent Assembly (CA) for a day as CA Chairman Subas Nembang scheduled
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Govt urged to save Nepalis from Indonesia execution
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU: INSEC has urged the government to take initiatives through diplomatic channels to save the life of five Nepali nationals who face death sentence in Indonesia. Issuing a statement today, a
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Grade XI results out
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU: Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) on Monday published results of Grade XI. The examinations were held in April-May last year. According to HSEB, 47.26 per cent students passed in re
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Leaders’ love for 5 districts at heart of federal row
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, JAN 19 - Many political heavyweights who stake their future in five Tarai district s—Jhapa, Morang, Sunsari, Kailali and Kanchanpur—are a factor in the stalled constitution writing process,
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Nepal Electricity Authority fixes power purchase tariff for up to 100 MW hydels
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU: Nepal Electricity Authority, the sole buyer of power here, will soon start buying energy generated by hydel projects with installed capacity of up to 100 megawatts at flat rates of Rs 8.40
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Basant enters record books as 1st bowler to reach 100 wickets in WCL
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, Jan 19: Nepal bowler Basant Regmi achieved a rare feat in cricket on Sunday as he became the first bowler to reach the 100-wicket milestone in the ICC World Cricket League organized by the
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Nepal’s 2-wkt delight against Dutch (Jan 19)
Nepal’s 2-wkt delight against Dutch
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, JAN 19 - Nepal pulled off a coup against four-time World Cup participants the Netherlands by two wickets in the ICC World Cricket League (WCL) Division 2 match at United Cricket Club ground in Windhoek, Namibia on Sunday. A disciplined Nepali bowling shaped up the victory by restricting their much illustrious opponents for a meagre 158 ... Read Full News
Parties ‘closing gap’ on statute disputes
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, JAN 19 - Leaders of major political parties have claimed that they are close to a deal on the outstanding issues of the constitution writing process. Four days before the January 22 deadli
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Oppn holds firm against voting
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, JAN 19 - The 19-party block led by UCPN (Maoist) has insisted on forging consensus rather than going for voting on disputed issues and warned of consequences if the ruling Nepali Congress a
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Non-payment of membership dues has left govt red-faced many a time
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU: After facing awkward situations frequently due to failure to renew Nepal’s membership of many international organisations and agencies, the government has decided to pay such fees on time r
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413 CA members submit signatures to press for Jan 22
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU: With just five days in hand before the deadline to promulgate the new constitution, lawmakers from the ruling coalition and some other fringe parties have intensified their campaign to pres
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Private schools holding pre-SLC exam despite govt direction
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU, Jan 18: Private schools across the country are preparing for holding the ´´School Leaving Certificate (SLC) send-up´´ examinations from Sunday in the name of SLC practice exams, despite the
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Prez urges statute in consensus
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU, JAN 18 - President Ram Baran Yadav has urged the major political parties to move ahead in the spirit of consensus, suggesting that the new constitution should be a document of consensus. P
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President expresses concerns over delay in constitution writing (Jan 18)
President expresses concerns over delay in constitution writing
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU, Jan 18: President Ram Baran Yadav has expressed his concerns with top leaders of major political parties over the delay in the constitution drafting process. The President Saturday met with top political leaders and took updates regarding the progress over the constitution making as the deadline for promulgating the constitution is arou ... Read Full News
 
Opposition front tells CA chair to defer formation of committee
(yesterday) KATHMANDU: The Unified CPN-Maoist-led alliance of parties today requested Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Chandra Nembang to defer the CA’s meeting for 10 days to forge consensus among political p
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President attends Basanta Shrawan ceremony
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, Jan 25: President Ram Baran Yadav has attended Basanta Shrawan ceremony organized on the occasion of Basanta Panchami at Hanumandhoka Durbar Square in the capital city on Sunday morning. T
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Oppn seeks 10-day CA recess for statute talks
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, JAN 25 - The opposition front led by the UCPN (Maoist) on Saturday demanded 10 days’ time to hold discussions among the parties on the contentious issues of the constitution writing process
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NC, UML say there is no alternative to CA process
(yesterday) KATHMANDU, JAN 25 - The ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UML have said the UCPN (Maoist)-led alliance’s demand for deferring the Constituent Assembly meeting is unacceptable to them, arguing that it was
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CA process likely to proceed tomorrow
(Jan 24) KATHMANDU: Political parties are likely to resolve their differences on forming a “proposal committee” for preparing questionnaire and settling the disputed issues through voting. This development com
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Nembang vows decisive step Sunday
(Jan 24) KATHMANDU, Jan 24: In an unexpected departure from his usual demeanor, Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairman Subas Nembang at the CA meeting on Friday clearly showed that he is determined to give the CA
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Kirtipur Municipality dumping garbage into Bagmati River
(Jan 24) KATHMANDU, Jan 24: At a time when the government is carrying out massive campaign to clean-up the Bagmati River, Kirtipur Municipality has been found recklessly dumping garbage into the river. Kathma
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Oppn bloc to continue CA obstruction, protest outside
(Jan 24) KATHMANDU, JAN 24 - The UCPN (Maoist) -led alliance of opposition parties has decided to continue the obstruction of the Constituent Assembly. To pile pressure on the ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UM
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CA chair finds himself on the hot seat
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU: The opposition parties have condemned Constituent Assembly chairman for attending a meeting with the prime minister, the CPN-UML chairman and other top leaders from the ruling coalition at
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Heavy security arrangements in and outside CA
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, Jan 23: Keeping in view possible security threats in and around the Constituent Assembly building, the government on Thursday made heavy security arrangements by deploying additional securi
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When today's newborn turns 18, will Nepal be a better place or worse?
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, Jan 23: A baby girl opened her eyes on the world for the first time on Thursday when the sun was about to rise. The newborn at the Maternity Hospital at Thapathali was nothing uusual, but t
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Govt briefs int’l community
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, JAN 23 - The government has briefed the Kathmandu-based international community and some donor agencies on the latest situation in the Constituent Assembly and the constitution writing proc
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CA building, periphery heavily guarded
(Jan 23) KATHMANDU, JAN 23 - Areas surrounding the CA hall in New Baneshwor saw a thick presence of security personnel on Thursday as they guarded the place against protesters. Heavy barricades with riot cont
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RPP-N roots for refrendum on disputed issues
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU Jan 22: Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal, the fourth largest party in the Constituent Assembly, has said that holding a referendum to resolve key contentious issues of the new statute is the
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Billions spent but still no constitution
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU: Constituent Assembly is all set to fail to meet its moral and political obligation of drafting the new constitution by January 22, though more than Rs 780 million from the state treasury ha
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Panel to probe CA vandalism
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU: Constituent Assembly Secretariat today formed a five-member probe committee under Secretary General Manohar Prasad Bhattarai to assess the damage caused by acts of vandalism in the Constitu
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CA secretariat starts probe into vandalism in CA (Jan 22)
CA secretariat starts probe into vandalism in CA
(Jan 22) KATHMANMDU, Jan 22 : The Constituent Assembly (CA) secretariat has expedited probe into the damages caused in the vandalism in the CA on Monday night. The CA secretariat on Wednesday formed a five-member committee under the leadership of CA Secretariat General Secretary Manohar Prasad Bhattarai. The committee has been asked to present its report w ... Read Full News
Three-layer security ring to stave off demonstrators
(Jan 22) KATHMANDU, JAN 22 - Around 1,000 security personnel are being deployed outside the Constituent Assembly (CA) building in New Baneshwor on Thursday, the deadline for the promulgation of a new constitut
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Upper Bhotekoshi begins generating 18 MW power from Wednesday
(Jan 21) CHAUTARA, Jan 21: The Bhotekoshi Power Project (45 MW) that was disrupted for around last six months due to the occurrence of a massive landslide at Jure, Ramche of Sindhupalchowk has started generati
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494 old coins found in Buddha’s city
(Jan 21) KAPILVASTU, JAN 21 - Counting of ancient silver coins recovered from Tilaurakot, the Shakya Capital city where Siddhartha Gautam spent 29 years of his princely life before he became the Buddha, has co
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Nembang seeks report on damage caused
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU: Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Chandra Nembang instructed the CA Secretariat today to submit a report on the damage caused by acts of vandalism in the CA yesterday. When asked what ac
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NOC's six-month profit Rs 4.2 billion
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU: The Nepal Oil Corporation, which once used to frequently ask the government to arrange funds, is now sitting on piles of cash, as rapid fall in international oil prices has pushed up its pr
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Nationwide strike runs into stiff resistance
(Jan 21) Dozens injured in clashes between enforcers and defiers KATHMANDU, Jan 21: Bandas have now seriously gotten on the nerves of the people. The nationwide banda or general strike called on Tuesday by the
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CA obstruction by Maoist, Madhesi parties remains
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU, JAN 21 - The standoff in the Constituent Assembly continued on Tuesday, a day after the Assembly saw members belonging to the UCPN (Maoist) bloc on the rampage following the CA chairman’s c
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CA meeting today, fate uncertain (Jan 21)
CA meeting today, fate uncertain
(Jan 21) KATHMANDU, JAN 21 - Though the ruling parties seem determined to initiate the voting process to decide disputed issues, Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Nembang is unclear about the way forward after two straight day obstructions by the opposition parties in the CA. Nembang said there is no alternative for the parties to talks for finding a way ... Read Full News
Youth groups campaign for citizenship through mother
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU, JAN 20 - Two days ahead of the political parties’ self–imposed deadline to promulgate a new constitution, various youth groups on Monday staged demonstrations demanding citizenship be made
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Banda to be called off from 3 pm
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU, Jan 20: The general strike called by the 30-party alliance will be withdrawn from 3pm. The strike will be lifted starting from 3 pm taking Sonam Lhochhar into consideration, the festival o
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Maoists loot gas cylinders‚ distribute for free
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU: Cadres of Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN Maoist on Monday evening looted liquefied petroleum gas cylinders from Gwarko-based main depot of Himal Gas in Lalitput and distributed them to consumer
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Chief secy awaiting report since June
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU: It was on June 25 that Chief Secretary Leela Mani Paudyal issued a directive to the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation urging the ministry’s secretary to immediately investigat
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Nepal takes on Canada today
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU, Jan 20: Buoyed by its two-wicket win over the mighty Netherlands in a thrilling match on Sunday, Nepal will take on Canada on Tuesday in its third match of the ICC World Cricket League Divi
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Night bus likely to let commuters down again
(Jan 20) KATHMANDU, Jan 20 : For Ashok Gautam, a late-night commuter who earlier had to pay a hefty taxi fare to get home, the night bus service in the capital has come as a huge relief. Even at 9: 30 p.m, he
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Hailstorm-induced food crisis hits Mugu
(Jan 19) MUGU: Locals of seven villages of Mugu district are reeling under shortage of food. A heavy rainfall accompanied by hailstones had destroyed food crops in those villages on October 25. The hailstorm
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214 kg hashish seized
(Jan 19) CHITWAN, JAN 19 - Police seized a large cache of hashish from a jeep at Bharatpur-1 in the district on Sunday. Superintendent of Police Sahakul Bahadur Thapa said 214 kg hashish was seized from a Bol
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Parties inching towards consensus‚ say leaders
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU: Major political parties today claimed that they had agreed in principle on the forms of governance, the judicial system and the electoral system and were close to consensus on disputed issu
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Parties defer 'decisive course' for today
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, Jan 19: Top leaders of major political parties have agreed to defer the much talked-about “decisive course” of the Constituent Assembly (CA) for a day as CA Chairman Subas Nembang scheduled
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High expectations, big preparations all in vain
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, Jan 19: There were high expectations at the Constituent Assembly (CA) on Sunday. While CA Chairman Subash Nembang was confident that the CA would take the course of voting if there was no c
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Suspect held from border
(Jan 19) KATHMANDU, JAN 19 - Police on Saturday night held an Indian national, suspecting his role in a bomb blast in the Capital on Friday evening. Amrit Sharma, who had been at large since the incident, was
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Voting process could start if bid to forge consensus fails
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU: The Constituent Assembly is likely to begin the voting process from tomorrow if the parties fail to find common ground on disputed issues. Nepali Congress and CPN-UML today said they could
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NOC deducts price of petroleum products
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU, Jan 18: The Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has reduced the price of petroleum products on Sunday. NOC reduced the price of petrol, diesel and Kerosene by Rs 2 each, according to NOC Spokesper
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Experts warn against unplanned urbanization
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU, Jan 17: Experts regularly remind us that Nepal falls in a seismic hazard zone. But what is making them fretful these days is the rapid urbanization taking place in different parts of the co
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On defaulting Jan 22, parties to issue vow paper
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU, JAN 18 - Major political forces are discussing an “agreement paper” on the unresolved issues in order to give a message to the people that the constitution writing process is “on track” eve
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Book shortage looms yet again
(Jan 18) KATHMANDU, JAN 18 - It looks like thousands of students in public schools will be without books once again as the new school year starts in less than three months. Despite attempts to publish textboo
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