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Indian leader Jolly meets PM Oli
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Indian leader Jolly meets PM Oli

Indian leader Vijay Jolly called on Prime Minister KP Oli at PM Office in Singha Durbar on Thursday. Jolly is parliamentarian from Indias ruling party BJP. During the meet, PM Oli expressed his dissatisfaction over Indias border blockade to Nepal. There is no valid reason for any neighbouring country to vent its dissatisfaction against Nepals newly promulgated constitution, a source quoted PM O...


Man burnt alive for transporting petrol
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Man burnt alive for transporting petrol

A person was set on fire at Bhatigacha VDC of Morang district for allegedly transporting petrol on Thursday. One Ballu Rajbanshi of Bhatigacha VDC-6 was set ablaze for transporting 15 litres of petrol in his motorcycle, Ko 1 Pa 2450, at Ram Janaki chowk in the area. Rajbanshi has received burn injuries to his leg and chest and has been referred to Dharan-based BP Koirala Institute of Health Scien...


Govt to ‘use force’ to keep highways open
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Govt to ‘use force’ to keep highways open

The government has decided to adopt zero tolerance policy on highway obstructions and said it would use force, if necessary, to keep the lifeline open to ensure supplies. In view of ongoing highway obstructions by protesters in the Tarai, the Ministry of Home Affairs has implemented a new security plan, directing authorities to take strict measures to ensure smooth operation of the lifeline. S...


Nepal to draw attention of India on SSB personnel’s firing in Sunsari village
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Nepal to draw attention of India on SSB personnel’s firing in Sunsari village

KATHMANDU: Minister for Home Affairs, Shakti Bahadur Basnet, said Nepal would draw attention of India toward the report of Indian Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) personnel opening fire in a village in Sunsari district. Speaking at the meeting of State Affairs Committee under the Parliament today, the Home Minister said the government would write to the Kathmandu-based Indian embassy via the Ministry ...


Tax issues delay oil accord with China
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Tax issues delay oil accord with China

Lack of clarity over double taxation on oil imports from China has delayed the signing of a commercial agreement with Petro-China. The government is sending a technical team of Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) to China on Monday to clarify the taxation issue before a high-level government delegation travels to Beijing to sign the deal. According to the Ministry of Commerce and Supply (MoCS), the gov...


Madhes protest has gone out of control, says Bhattarai
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Madhes protest has gone out of control, says Bhattarai

Former Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai has pointed out danger of Madhes agitation going out from the protesters hands. Saying that no political parties can do behavior of hurling petrol bomb at medicines-laden vehicle and torching ambulance, Bhattarai remarked that protests have gone out of control. Speaking at a press meet in the capital on Saturday, he said that the nation will head toward ...


Budhanilkanta set to welcome thousands of devotees
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Budhanilkanta set to welcome thousands of devotees

Budhanilkantha Temple, also known as Narayan Temple, is set to receive tens of thousands of Hindu devotees during the annual fair, which begins from tomorrow coinciding with Haribodhini Ekadashi. Jayram Thapa, chairperson of Budhanilkantha Area Development Committee, said the four-day religious fair will last till the full moon day from Kartik Sukla Ekadashi (11th lunar day of bright fortnight ...


Bhutanese refugees' issue a global problem: PM Oli
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Bhutanese refugees' issue a global problem: PM Oli

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the issue of the Bhutanese refugees was not only the concern of Nepal, but of the entire world. In his address to a programme organised by the International Organisation of Migration (IOM) and the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees, commemorating the successful resettlement of the some 100,000 Bhutanese refugees in eight countries under the thi...


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