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No rationale of joining new govt: UDMF leaders
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No rationale of joining new govt: UDMF leaders

Leaders of United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) have said that there is no rationale for the UDMF to join the new government in the status quo. Talking to Republica Online, Chairman of Tarai Madhes Democratic Party (TMDP) Mahanta Thakur said that the UDMF will not join the new government. He was of the opinion that UDMF will not represent in the next government as there are no bases for a...


UDMF, Federal Alliance vie for ownership of safe landing
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UDMF, Federal Alliance vie for ownership of safe landing

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Monday sent the agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) a third invitation letter for talks. Following receipt of the letter, the constituents of the UDMF have become divided into two viewpoints. Some UDMF leaders argue that the PM could have sent the letter to the Federal Alliance, while others claim that the letter was sent deliberately to the UDMF. ...


When PM reached TIA for sudden inspection….
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When PM reached TIA for sudden inspection….

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Tuesday went on a sudden inspection of the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). The prime minister inspected the under-construction and operational infrastructures of the countrys only international airport. We were not informed about his visit, TIA Acting Managing Director, Bhola Prasad Guragain told Republica Online, He minutely observed infrastructures inclu...


Budget debate begins after panel formed to probe leak
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Budget debate begins after panel formed to probe leak

With the formation of a parliamentary special committee to probe into the alleged leak of information about annual budget, disruption in parliament proceedings has been ended and lawmakers have started discussions over the government budget presented by finance minister on Saturday. Main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) had obstructed the parliament meeting on Monday demanding investigating prob...


Blasts kill more than 100 in Syrian government coastal heartland: monitor

Bomb blasts killed more than 100 people in the Syrian coastal cities of Jableh and Tartous on Monday, monitors said, in a government-controlled area that host Russian forces. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks in the Mediterranean cites that have up to now escaped the worst of the conflict, saying it was targeting supporters of President Bashar al-Assad. Scores were wounded...


We won't back down until our rights ensured: Leader Mahato

SADBhawana Party Chairman Rajendra Mahato has reaffirmed that they will not return home until the rights for the Madheshis are secured in the new constitution. At a program organized by SADBhawana Party at its Party office at Thapa Gaun in the capital city on Saturday, Mahato said that the Federal Alliance will wage peaceful protests in more effective manner. The Federal Alliance, an allianc...


Govt again urges talks but agitating parties want top leaders at table

The government has yet again urged the agitating parties to come for talks to settle their concerns regarding the contents of the new Constitution. According to Minister for Industry Som Prasad Pandey, the meeting of the council of ministers on Friday discussed about addressing the concerns of the agitating parties and urged the parties, including United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF), to come...


Madhesis, Janajatis unite to picket Singha Durbar
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Madhesis, Janajatis unite to picket Singha Durbar

Donning red bands and red and green caps and carrying flags of different varieties amid tight security, thousands of protesters from the mountains to the plains joined forces on Sunday to picket Singha Durbar on the second day of the Madhesi-Janajati protest against the government and the new constitution. Protesters affiliated to Sanghiya Gathabandhan, an alliance of Madhesi and Janajati parti...


Cracks surface in Federal Alliance due to rivalries
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Cracks surface in Federal Alliance due to rivalries

As the agitating Federal Alliance, including the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF), has started preparations for Kathmandu-centric protests, cracks have surfaced among the alliance partners -- mainly between the Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) and the other Madhes-based parties. The rift surfaced when FSFN Chairman Upendra Yadav was declared coordinator of the alliance of 25 agitating...


Greek Parliament passes pension, tax reform bill
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Greek Parliament passes pension, tax reform bill

Greeces Parliament in a narrow vote has approved a bill reforming the debt-ridden countrys pension and tax systems. The bill, introduced as part of the requirements the country must meet under its third international bailout, is set to increase social security and pension contributions, and raise taxes for most people. The bill was approved by the 153 lawmakers of the ruling Syriza/Independe...


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