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Smugglers open fire at police in Saptari, 4 kg marijuana seized

KATHMANDU: Police said they have seized four kilogram of marijuana from Balan Khola area of Tikuliya-8, Saptari district but a gang of smugglers managed to flee on Tuesday evening. When security personnel deputed from the District Police Office, Saptari, and Dhati Police Post tried to intercept six suspicious persons at Balan Khola area, police said, they opened fired at the former. Two shots f...


Tarai FMs broadcasting 'unilateral' news: Nepal

Former prime minister and senior leader of CPN UML Madhav Kumar Nepal accused the Tarai FMs of broadcasting unilateral news. Speaking at a press meet organized to inform the decision on partys special meeting, Nepal said the government has to take serious concern over the issue. The FMs should broadcast programs that promote communal harmony and disseminate authentic information on new cons...


Khanal says UDMF leaders’ Delhi visit a wrong decision

CHITWAN: CPN-UML senior leader and former prime minister Jhala Nath Khanal said it was a wrong decision on part of the agitating Madhesi party leaders that they visited New Delhi of India seeking solutions to the internal problem. Speaking at a press meet in Bharatpur of Chitwan district on Wednesday morning, Khanal said all the parties should seek solution to the ongoing political tension with...


Nepal seeks fuel grant from Saudi Arabia

The government of Nepal has approached the government of Saudi Arabia for grant assistance of 20,000 kilolitres of gasoline, citing severe shortage of fuel in the country. The supply lines from India, on who the country is totally reliant for gasoline import, have been disrupted since the last two-and-a-half months. The governments move, however, has been criticised by a former government se...


Reconstruction Authority and Constitution Amendment bills tabled at Parliament

Reconstruction Authority and Constitution Amendment bills have been tabled at Legislature-Parliament on Tuesday amid protest from lawmakers affiliated to Madhesi Morcha. Main opposition Nepali Congress that had been obstructing past House meets, demanding that both the bills should be tabled together, however, did not obstructed todays session. Madhesi Morcha that had agreed to allow only Re...


NMSA deserts UDMF for latter's activities against national sovereignty

National Muslim Struggle Alliance (NMSA) has decided to part its association from United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) over the latters activities against national sovereignty. Issuing a press statement on Tuesday, NMSA said that the alliance is in favor of peaceful protests. Our alliance is for peaceful protests in Tarai districts, the statement added, We cant be associated with any acti...


Govt requests Saudi Arabia to provide fuel in subsidy

The government has requested Saudi Arabia to provide fuel to Nepal at subsidised rate so as to cope with fuel crisis facing the country, following Indias unofficial blockade. Under secretary at the Ministry of Commerce and Supplies Shiva Prasad Tripathi said that the government, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, requested Saudi government to provide Nepal with 20,000 kiloliters diesel an...


India lawmakers press Delhi to end blockade at once

Noted Indian political leaders have pressed the Indian government hard to immediately lift the blockade against Nepal and improve bilateral relations between the two countries that have soured badly in recent months. Speaking with a sense of urgency, senior lawmakers in the Indian upper house of parliament vehemently urged the Indian government to immediately ease the supply of fuels, medicines...


PM flags off constitution awareness campaign

After over two months of the promulgation of the new constitution, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli inaugurated a national-level awareness campaign on the new constitution amid a function Monday. The government launched the campaign Janata Ko Sambidhan, Jantakai Majh on Monday with the aim to familiarize the general public with the new constitution and dispel misconceptions especially among the m...


Sushma Swaraj says India Nepal’s “elder”, not “big” brother

KATHMANDU: Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said India should mediate the talks between the government and protesting parties of Nepal. Responding to concerns of the lawmakers at the Rasjya Sabha today, Swaraj said her government is willing to mend ties with Nepal. ...


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