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NEA increases power outage to 10 hours
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NEA increases power outage to 10 hours

Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has increased the power outage hours up to ten hours a day to be effective from coming Friday. The existing load shedding hours is eight and half hours a day. The increment in the daily power cut is attributed to the decreasing water flow in the river and increasing demand for power, shared Bhuwan Kumar Khattri, Chief of Load Dispatch Centre, NEA. With the r...


CIAA recommends suspension of APF Chief Onta
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CIAA recommends suspension of APF Chief Onta

The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has recommended the government to suspend Armed Police Force (APF) Chief Kosh Raj Onta, among four APF officials, for their alleged involvement in financial irregularities and corruption. In its recommendaiton, the anti-graft body urged the government to immediately suspend APF IGP Onta, DSP duo Suman Jung Thapa, Ram Krishna Mah...


Current boundaries of federal states will completely change in 20 years

Retired Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations and author, most recently of Lost in Transition: Rebuilding Nepal from the Maoist mayhem and mega earthquake, Kul Chandra Gautam, has closely studied the federal systems of countries around the world. He has also written extensively about Nepals own federal experiment. So on the basis of his vast international experience what does he mak...


Maggie to upgrade Kopila Valley School
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Maggie to upgrade Kopila Valley School

CNN Hero Maggie Doyne, BlinkNow Founder and CEO, today expressed her commitment to continue educating the orphaned, impoverished and at risk children with extra strength. Since 2010, Doyne has been educating some 400 children from Surkhet and surrounding areas by setting up Kopila Valley School. Sharing her happiness and gratitude to Nepali people at a press meet today on her arrival to the ...


Janaki Temple protest

Police out in force at Janaki Temple in Janakpur when President Bidya Bhandari was paying homage to the deities inside on the occasion of the Vivaha Panchami, Wednesday. Vivaha Panchami commemorates the legendary wedding between Ram and Sita.Suresh Yadav/Republica. ...


Month-long CIAA surveillance of TIA starts
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Month-long CIAA surveillance of TIA starts

The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has started inspecting all the activities of officials at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) from Wednesday. The anti-graft body decided to keep close watch on the activities at TIA for a month in order to stop anamolies in service delivery and curb irregularities by officials at the TIA. On Wednesday, the CIAA fanned out ...


Government to hand over Rs 200K to half a million families
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Government to hand over Rs 200K to half a million families

The government has revised the guidelines to hand out grant assistance of Nrs 200000 each to around 500, 000 families whose houses were completely destroyed by the earthquake. The old provisions barred the quake affected families of urban and rural areas to obtain grant after obtaining concessional loans amounting to Nrs 2.5 million and 1.5 million respectively. The revised guidelines makes fam...


Govt, Big 3 betray us: Thakur

Chairman of Tarai Madhes Democratic Party (TMDP) Mahanta Thakur has expressed reservation against the tabling of bills related to reconstruction authority and constitution amendment. In a press meet at party office in Birgunj, Thakur said the major three parties and the government had assured them to table the bills after rectifying them. There is no relevance of talks in the present conditi...


Petrol bomb hurled at Janaki temple shortly after Prez Bhandari left

A petrol bomb was hurled at the Janaki temple premises immediately after President Bhandari left the temple after her worship on Wednesday. As a result, the stage and canopy caught fire.The protesters pelted stones from all directions in the temple during the presidents visit. The protesters even hurled stones at President Bhandaris vehicle. Bhandari arrived here in the historical town to of...


Janakpur tense over President’s visit

Janakpur temple area remained tense on Wednesday afternoon as agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) stage protests against President Bidhya Devi Bhandaris visit. The protestors even pelted stones while the president emerged out after offering prayers in temple. Police fired three rounds of tear gas canisters after the protestors hurl petrol bombs at them. Police have cordoned ...


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