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Floods leave 2 dead, 1 missing, hundreds displaced in east Nepal
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Floods leave 2 dead, 1 missing, hundreds displaced in east Nepal

Two persons have died in separate drowning incidents in Morang and Jhapa on Sunday. Krishna Khadka, 18, of Tankisinuwari-3, Morang was swept away by the Singhiya River, according to District Police Office, Morang. Kali Bahadur Limbu, 66, of Goldhap-9, Jhapa drowned in a rivulet nearby his home. In yet another incident, Ekendra Khadka, 36, of Gauradaha-5 was swept away by the Geuriya River. Po...


Nepal's inflation highest in South Asia

Nepal has the highest inflation in South Asia, according to a regional report. According to the Asian Development Outlook (ADO), published by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Monday, Nepal is projected to have the highest inflation rate in South Asia. The inflation rate has been the highest in Nepal among the South Asian countries for the last couple of years. Nepals inflation started to ...


Madhesi Morcha in ‘wait and watch’ mode
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Madhesi Morcha in ‘wait and watch’ mode

The Madhesi Morcha is in a wait and watch mode before coming up with an official decision whether to participate in the new government to be formed by the Nepali Congress and the CPN (Maoist Center). Few Madhesi parties, which have hinted to join the Nepali Congress (NC)-CPN (Maoists center) alliance government, havent come up with an official decision yet. According to sources, half of the pa...


Dahal poised to become new PM
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Dahal poised to become new PM

With the official decision of the Nepali Congress to support CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal in forming a new government under his leadership and the registration of a no-confidence motion at the parliament secretariat against the prime minister on Wednesday, the NC and the Maoists have made clear the course ahead. With the NC, the largest party in parliament, signing a written...


UDMF to vote against Oli, but won't join new govt
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UDMF to vote against Oli, but won't join new govt

Parties organized under the agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) have said they will vote no confidence against the KP Sharma Oli-led government in parliament but will not join the new government until their demands are met. Altogether 280 lawmakers on Wednesday registered a no confidence motion in parliament after Prime Minister Oli refused to resign despite the CPN (Maoist Center...


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...


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