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Over 7,000 students graduate at TU 41st convocation
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Over 7,000 students graduate at TU 41st convocation

KATHMANDU: The oldest and the largest university of Nepal, Tribhuvan University, held its 41st convocation ceremony in Kathmandu, on Wednesday. More than 7,342 new graduates received their degrees at the function. President Bidya Devi Bhandari had graced the function at the Dashrath Stadium, as the chief guest. Speaking on the occasion, Bhandari expressed her hope that the TU authorities ...


Ncell directed to stop illegal service, penalized Rs 500,000
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Ncell directed to stop illegal service, penalized Rs 500,000

KATHMANDU: Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has penalized Ncell for operating call centers through Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) service without accruing license. Ncell, currently has taken licenses for mobile service, internet and email services only. NTA Spokesperson Min Prasad Aryal said the authority has written to Ncell directing to close all its service operated using SIP ...


India retells Nepal to normalise political situation to ease obstructed supplies

KATHMANDU: India once again told Nepal that obstructions in supplies across the Indo-Nepal border could not be resolved without political resolution of the problem. In her meeting with Nepals Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Kamal Thapa in New Delhi today, Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said there was no any hindrance to supplies from the Indian side. ...


NRNA provides free medicines to hospitals

KATHMANDU: The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has provided free medicines to regional and zonal hospitals in Janakpur, Birgunj and Butwal. The NRNAs gesture comes at a time when many health institutions across the country are reeling from a shortage of medicines due to the blockade by India and protest in the Tarai. The medicines provided to the hospitals weigh around 2,000 kilogra...


Indian officials seeking bribe to release stuck containers: Traders

KATHMANDU: Traders and industrialists are being forced to bribe Indian security personnel and customs officials to release trucks and containers carrying consignments particularly from third countries. They say they have to pay up to IRs 25,000 per truck. However, trucks carrying Indian goods, except petroleum products, are being released in a fast track mode. Traders and industrialists ...


Dahal proposes eighth province

KATHMANDU: UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has floated a new proposal for resolving the protracted disputes on federal boundaries. Presenting his political paper at the partys central committee meeting on Tuesday, Dahal proposed creating an eighth province by adding one more to the seven-province model adopted in the new constitution. Dahal in his paper has stressed the need for re...


Madhesi lawmakers obstruct House meet
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Madhesi lawmakers obstruct House meet

KATHMANDU: The proceedings at the parliament have been obstructed on Tuesday as well after the lawmakers representing Madhes-based parties picketed the rostrum of the House seeking the fulfillment of the demands raised by them. Madhesi lawmakers started to chanting slogans and picketed the rostrum as soon as the Speaker Onsari Gharti announced the opening of the todays house meet and allocated ...


Party-split afflicted UCPN (M) holding CC meet today

KATHMANDU: At a time when the party is undergoing severe pain inflicted by the recurring party split, the UCPN (Maoist) is holding a Central Committee (CC) meeting for the first time after the promulgation of the new constitution on Tuesday. To be held at the central party headquarters in Perisdanda in Koteshwar at 2 pm today, party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal will present a political report o...


Nepal responsible for prolonged crisis: NRNA Thailand
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Nepal responsible for prolonged crisis: NRNA Thailand

Nepal should prepare its official position on the current Indian blockade for quick response from the international communities, a talk programme concluded here in Thailand. Speaking at the talk programme on The Aftermath of the Promulgation of Nepals New Constitution: An International Perspective organised by Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) Thailand held on November 27 at BellAire, Bang...


At least 500 infected with HIV in Jhapa
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At least 500 infected with HIV in Jhapa

JHAPA: The number of people living with HIV has reached 500 in Jhapa district, the District Public Health Office revealed. The recent data has come out as the World AIDS Day-2015 is being observed today across the country by organising various programmes with the theme End of AIDS Epidemic to Achieve Sustainable Development Goal. According to the Office, the number of male living with HIV is...


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