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Nepal's Second phase of local level election on June 14
Source: rss.np

Nepal's Second phase of local level election on June 14

The government of Nepal has finally decided to hold the local level election in two phases after the agreement made with the United Madhesi Democratic Forum and the federal alliance. The meeting of the Council of Ministers held in Singha Durbar today took this decision, sAID Minister for Information and Communications and Spokesperson of the government, Surendra Kumar Karki. As per the decis...


Nobody can stop election: PM Dahal

Prime Minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has sAID that no force can stop the May 14 local level elections from taking place. Addressing the district convention of Young Communist League and ANFFSU (Revolutionary), the sister organisations of his party CPN (Maoist Centre) here Thursday, he sAID elections were inevitable for institutionalizing the rights achieved through a long strugg...


Year of economic 'boom' but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth
Source: rss,ktm

Year of economic 'boom' but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth

- Mahendra Subedi/ Kathmandu The countrys economy turned astounding in the fiscal year 2016/17, thanks to regular power supply and subsequent expansion of the industrial output, regular monitoring of the development projects, efforts for good governance, favourable climatic condition, sufficient rainfall resulting in the record high paddy production in the countrys history, among others. The p...


Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend
Source: guardian

Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend

The governments abolition of the primary visa for foreign workers coincides with a US plan to overhaul its temporary skilled migration program and reports New Zealand is set to control its immigration mix. The Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has moved to restrict skilled migration into the country, announcing the abolition of the controversial 457 visa program. Despite its success ...


Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend
Source: guardian

Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend

The governments abolition of the primary visa for foreign workers coincides with a US plan to overhaul its temporary skilled migration program and reports New Zealand is set to control its immigration mix. The Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has moved to restrict skilled migration into the country, announcing the abolition of the controversial 457 visa program. Despite its success ...


Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar-led MJF (D) becomes fifth largest party with merger

Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar-led Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum (Democratic) has emerged as the fifth largest party in the parliament with the integration of two other parties. The MJF-D gained strength when two parties Rastriya Janamukti Party (Loktantrik) and Dalit Janajati Party merged with it today. At the party merger programme organized in the capital, MJF-D Chairperson Bijay Kumar Gachchahdar,...


'Accomplishment of civic polls nation's main responsibility' : Nepal PM Prachanda
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'Accomplishment of civic polls nation's main responsibility' : Nepal PM Prachanda

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has sAID that the first and foremost responsibility of the state now is to hold the civic polls in a successful manner. Addressing the province-3 gathering of National Federation of Indigenous Nationalities Nepal and training programme in the capital on Wednesday, Prime Minister Dahal commented that the conduction of local level elections would itself...


Risk areas to be identified for widening of Narayangadh-Mugling road
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Risk areas to be identified for widening of Narayangadh-Mugling road

Risk areas will be identified for the widening of Narayangadh-Muglin road that is in progress. Experts and engineers will be part of the work that includes testing and identifying the risk zone and adopting necessary awareness method, sAID Chief District Officer, Chitwan, Narayan Bhatta, also coordinator of the District Natural Disaster Management Committee. The action follows an incident wh...


Australian court rejects British painkiller firm's appeal

Australias highest court on Wednesday rejected British company Reckitt Benckisers appeal of a 6 million Australian dollar ($4.5 million) fine for misleading consumers about the effectiveness of a popular painkiller. The High Court full-bench refused to hear the appeal after Reckitt Benckisers lawyers outlined its argument for why the fine imposed by the Federal Court in December was too high. ...


Cyclone Debbie likely to become a tropical low by 10 am Wednesday
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Cyclone Debbie likely to become a tropical low by 10 am Wednesday

The Bureau of Meteorology warns gales will continue across coastal and inland Queensland in the cyclones path, and heavy rain may continue for 24 hours. Cyclone Debbie is edging slowly inland having crossed the north Queensland coast between Airlie Beach and Bowen about midday on Tuesday as a category four system, bringing wind gusts of 260 kilometres per hour. Some hours later it was downg...


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