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ICAPP delegation calls on President

A special delegation of the International Conference of the Asian Political Parties on Monday called upon the President Bidya Devi Bhandari at latters office, Sheetal Niwas. A statement issued by the Presidents Office said the ICAPP team comprising of Standing Committee co-chairs Jose de Venecia, Chung Eui-young, Sok an, along with political leaders of Pakistan, China, Thailand, South Korea and...


UDMF objects to arrest, indictment of its cadres
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UDMF objects to arrest, indictment of its cadres

Leaders associated with the United Democratic Madhesi Front today met Home Minister Shakti Basnet and told him to stop arresting and indicting UDMF cadres in various districts or else the UDMF would restart its agitation. Co-chair of Sadbhawna Party Laxman Lal Karna, who met Minister Basnet today, along with other UDMF leaders, told THT that they told the minister if the government did not de...


Armed gang robs property worth Rs 250,000 from Rautahat house

Property worth around Rs 250,000 was robbed from a house in Matsari VDC-4 of Rautahat district in the wee hours of Tuesday. According to a complaint lodged with police, an armed gang of around 20 members barged into the house of Nabin Kumar Jha, took all the family members under control by brandishing weapons and made off with the valuable goods. Police said that Nabins son Saroj Kumar a, d...


Nepal to import 80mw electricity from tomorrow
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Nepal to import 80mw electricity from tomorrow

Nepal is all set to start importing an additional 80MW electricity from India from Wednesday through the newly-completed 400kV Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur cross-border transmission line. Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) will import the power for the next four and half months. With NEA and Indias NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam settling the price for the electricity to be imported, the two sides on Monday si...


Why is Dhungel not jailed yet, Sabitri Shrestha asks Nepal Police, home ministry

Sabitri Shrestha, the elder sister of Ujjan Kumar shrestha who was murdered by Okhaldhunga-based UCPN (Maoist) leader Balkrishna Dhungel in 1998, has sought information from Nepal Police and the Ministry of Home Affairs regarding the implementation of the Supreme Court (SC) verdict against Dhungel. In a press release, Shrestha said she rgistered two separate applications at Nepal Police Headqua...


Late King Birendra's property not found in five districts
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Late King Birendra's property not found in five districts

No property belonging to late king Birendra has been found in Jhapa, Gorkha, Lamjung, Rupandehi and Dang districts, the Nepal Trust Office stated. An investigation team of the Nepal Trust Office has been searching for the late kings property in various districts since fiscal year 2072/73 BS. Office secretary Bhim Prasad Upadhyay said that they searched for the property of late King Birendra ...


Managing aspirants for top posts tough job for Deuba
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Managing aspirants for top posts tough job for Deuba

Nominating candidates for top posts for the upcoming party general convention has been a challenge for the establishment faction of the Nepali Congress (NC). However, managing aspirants for these same posts is no less challenging for the rival faction of the party led by Sher Bahadur Deuba. Though leaders in the Deuba faction are yet to publicly announce their candidacies, more than half a doze...


Valley pumps still dry despite improvement in fuel supply

Though fuel supply from India is improving, it has failed to end scarcity in the market as Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) is not supplying sufficient fuel to pumps. People say NOC has not improved supplies to pump to allow black-marketers to clear their stock. Despite expressing commitment to resume regular supplies to pumps from Friday, NOC is supply fuel to only few pumps. But none of the pump d...


Bajhang faces drugs shortage

Dozens of health facilities including the District Hospital in Bajhang are reeling under a shortage of essential drugs as the concerned contractors have not transported the medicines. Auxiliary Health Worker Dhurba Singh of Parakatne Health Post said he has been giving away the medicine names to the patients which they buy in pharmacies. Essential medicines like Paracetamol, Amoxicillin and Amg...


BPKMCH Chair Shrestha dragged to court for graft
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BPKMCH Chair Shrestha dragged to court for graft

The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has filed a graft case against Chairman of B.P. Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital (BPKMCH) Dr Bhaktaman Shrestha. The CIAA has charged Shrestha for earning Rs 10.67 million illegally during his tenure at the post. In the case filed at the Special Court, the anti-graft body has demanded fine and jail as per the Corruption Preven...


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