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Over 40 high-profile people under CIAA scanner
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Over 40 high-profile people under CIAA scanner

The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has started investigations against more than 40 individuals, including former and incumbent government ministers, lawmakers, other high-ranking officials and individuals from various sectors, on suspicion of their having accumulating a disproportionate amount of property through the abuse of authority. Officials from the anti-graft b...

Indian transporters start shipment to Nepal

Indian transporters have started shipping power transformers to Nepal from the Kolkata Port since Thursday, after a halt of more than a week due to payment issues. The transporters had been halting the shipments, citing Nepali importers failure to settle freight and other dues. They have now agreed to release containers of those importers who have regularly paid the charges. We had requested the...

NOC to distribute fuel to bikes/scooters from Tuesday
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NOC to distribute fuel to bikes/scooters from Tuesday

Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) will distribute fuel to motorbikes and scooters from Tuesday. The state-owned oil supplier will distribute fuel on Dec 8, 10, 12 and 14 based on lot system through specified petrol stations. According to a NOC notice, bikes and scooters of lot (1-25) will be distributed fuel on Dec 8, lot (26-40) on Dec 10, lot (41-55) on Dec 12 and lot (56-above) on Dec 14. Each bi...

Protest in New Delhi against Indian blockade on Nepal
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Protest in New Delhi against Indian blockade on Nepal

Various organisations of Nepali people living in India have protested against Indias unofficial blockade on Nepal in Indian Capital New Delhi on Sunday. The protest rally was organised by India-based Nepali organisations Akhil Bharat Nepal Ekata Samaj (ABNES), Prawasi Nepali Sangh and Bharat Nepal Ekata Manch. A few Indian communist leaders also marked their presence in the protest rally, it...

KMC formally launches digital recording of house maps

In a bid to get rid of hassle-involved process to regulate houses, land and rent taxes due to lack of data on the number of houses, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) today formally launched the digital recording of house maps. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Kamal Thapa launched the digital system amid a function, although the KMC introduced the system as pilot proje...

House meeting obstructed by UDMF lawmakers again

KATHMANDU: The Parliament meeting was obstructed by lawmakers of the protesting United Democratic Madhesi Parties (UDMF) on Sunday. Lawmakers of the protesting parties have been demanding that the House proceedings should not move ahead until their demands were not met. At the House meeting today, the Parliamentarians chanted slogans against the government to obstruct the Speaker Onsari Ghar...

Morcha leaders in Delhi, likely to meet Indian PM Modi tomorrow

The top four leaders of Samyukta Loktantrik Madhesi Morcha, who arrived at the Indian capital, New Delhi on Sunday, are likely to meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday, to discuss ways to resolve the ongoing political crisis in Nepal. The Morcha leaders are scheduled to meet PM Modi after the Indian parliament meet scheduled for tomorrow that reportedly will discuss Nepal issue. M...

Influence of external forces weakning country: Koirala
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Influence of external forces weakning country: Koirala

Nepali Congress (NC) leader Sujata Koirala has expressed concerns to the countrys recent situation saying that country was becoming weaker due to influence of the external forces. Leader Koirala, who is also the chief of the NCs Foreign Affairs Department, stressed the need of national unity among all to safeguard the country. At a news conference organised by Nepal Press Union in Bhimduttan...

Nepal quake tough test for ‘world’s most dangerous airport’

LUKLA: Flying into Nepals Lukla airport the gateway to Mount Everest demands courage and precision, thanks to its tiny, treacherous runway perched on a steep cliff. For half a century, pilots have needed to navigate snow-capped peaks and endure erratic weather to land on a runway just 500 metres long, which has been carved into a mountain ridge and sits by a perilous three-kilometre (two-mile...

Rescue, medical insurances to be slashed to boost mountain tourism

Mountaineers planning to different mountains below the height of 6,500 metres in the upcoming climbing seasons may have to spend a less than in the past as the government is all set to reduce insurance costs with the aim of reviving the countrys adventure tourism businesses. According to Director General at the Department of Tourism Govinda Bahadur Karki, DoT forwarded its proposal to the Minis...

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