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India tightens blockade; Entrepreneurs urge govt. to resolve current impasse

Entrepreneurs submitting Memo to Prime Minister urging him to resolve the current deadlock.

Nepalgunj / October 6: The Indian government has tightened the unofficial blockade at the southern border in Nepalgunj as Nepal reels under the acute shortage of fuel products and soaring prices of daily commodities. A total of 17 tankers and cargo trucks including three diesel tankers and two gas bullets entered Nepalgunj from Jamunaha border […]


PM Koirala meets injured of Madhes agitation; NWPP condemns Indian blockade

Koirala at parliament

Kathmandu / October 6: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Tuesday visited the injured of Tarai Madhes and Tharuhat-Tharuwan agitations at Bir Hospital and wished for their speedy recovery. On the occasion, the Prime Minister said that the entire treatment costs of the injured would be borne by the government. The PM also met with patients’ […]


Chepang community to have Internet access

Chepang community

Chitwan / October 6: Gone are the days when Chepangs, a marginalised ethnic community, confined themselves in managing hand-to-mouth existence, let along other modern services and facilities. Thanks to the Green School Programme (GSP), now the Chepang students at Korak in Chitwan have access to internet service, which has brought change in their lifestyle lately, […]


Chand-close revolutionary students’ group at Tatopani to support clearing boder point

Netra Bikram Chand

Kathmandu / October 6: At a time when the Indian government is refusing to allow necessary goods to Nepal citing protest in the areas near Indian border a group of ANNISU (Revolutionary) close to Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN (Maoist) headed to open up Nepal-China border point at Tataopani. As many as 100 student leaders and […]


MPs and civil society leaders urge major political parties to form consensus government

Meeting of three parties

Kathmandu / October 5: Various members of parliaments (MP) taking part in all party-meeting organised by Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at his residence at Baluwatar in the Capital on Monday, have urged the major political party leaders to form a consensus government. They viewed that there is no alternative to form a consensus government to […]


Finance Committee directs government to construct Kathmandu-Terai fast track at its own investment

KTM Tarai fast track

Kathmandu / October 5: A sub-committee under the Finance Committee of the Legislature-Parliament has instructed the government to replace the name of Kathmandu-Terai Madhes Fast Track with Kathmandu Nijgadh Fast Track Project. A report prepared by the sub-committee of the Finance Committee recommended changing of the project name stating it ought to be objectively clear. […]


Construction of Ghodepani-Ghandruk trekking route begins

Myagdi / October 5: Ina bid to revive the tourism industry of the country, the construction of a trekking route from Myagdi’s main tourism route, Ghodepani, to Ghandruk of Kaski has begun. Folks of Ghodepani have started constructing a well-managed trekking route placing slates and pebbles on the path between Steep Mountain and forest area. […]


UNGA participation fruitful: DPM Singh

DPM Prakash Man Singh addressing a news conference upon his arrival after participating in UNGA.

Kathmandu, October 4: Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh has said Nepal’s participation in the 70th UN General Assembly has been very fruitful. In a news conference at Tribhuvan International Airport upon his arrival from New York after the UNGA participation, DPM Singh, said Nepal’s presence in the UNGA was fruitful as it gave a […]


FNCCI calls all sides to prevent nation from being failure

FNCCI

Kathmandu / October 4: The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCC)) has urged the government and the agitating political parties to prevent the nation from becoming a failed state. The 10th meeting of executive committee of the FNCCI on Sunday welcomed the ongoing dialogues between the government and the agitating political parties […]


RPP-Nepal leader Gurung dies; RPP-Nepal to observe mourning for seven days

Chandra Gurung

Kathmandu / October 4: The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP), Nepal has decided to observe mourning for seven days in the demise of party’s General Secretary Chandra Bahadur Gurung. Born in Sirubari of Syangja district in 2012 BS, the RPP-Nepal leader Gurung passed away in Colorado of the USA on Saturday night. He was suffering from […]




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