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NA inaugurates first project camp for Ktm - Nijgadh Expressway

The Nepal Army (NA) on Wednesday inaugurated the first camp for the Kathmandu-Terai Expressway, at Makkhu Besi in Dakshinkali Municipality. After being handed over the project in the first week of May, the Army had started setting up 10 base camps along the 76-km road section between Kathmandu and Nijgadh. The Makkhu Besi camp, located 18km to the south of Kathmandu, is spread over 130 ropanis...


Dr. KC breaks 13th fast after two weeks
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Dr. KC breaks 13th fast after two weeks

Dr Govinda KC broke his 13th fast-unto-death Wednesday after 14 days following the Governments promise to enact a law incorporating the provisions of the Health Profession Education (HPE) Bill through an ordinance. After an hours-long meeting on Wednesday, the Government said it would introduce an ordinance by a Cabinet meeting on October 23 to enact a law to address the doctors concerns. Af...


SC says 'no' to seperate ballot papers, elections to happen as scheduled
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SC says 'no' to seperate ballot papers, elections to happen as scheduled

The Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday said there was no need to issue an interim order regarding printing of separate ballot papers for the federal and provincial polls. Had the writ been supported, the provinvial and federal elections would have to be postponed by a few days in light of the printing time. Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal leader Sarbendra Nath Shukla on October 8 had filed a writ at ...


SC's ruling on ballot papers the key to election deferment
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SC's ruling on ballot papers the key to election deferment

Hours after announcing that it would leave the Government, the CPN (Maoist Centre) on Tuesday changed its mind, saying it had dropped the plan for now. Home Minister Janardan Sharma at a hastily called press conference in the afternoon said: Our party chairman has received information from the Election Commission (EC) about plans to postpone the polls so we are not pulling out of the Government. ...


1300 Nepali workers laid off in Qatar

Around 2500 foreign workers including 1300 Nepalis have been laid following the downfall of United Cleaning Company based in Qatar. Of those rendered jobless, 300 are Nepali women. Migrant workers from Nepal, Philippines, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and African countries were employed in the company. It is learnt that the company failed to provide salary to its staff for the past three months and ...


Death toll from blasts in Somalia's capital Mogadishu rises to 85
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Death toll from blasts in Somalia's capital Mogadishu rises to 85

The death toll from twin bomb blasts that struck busy junctions in the heart of Somalias capital Mogadishu has jumped to 85, making it one of the deadliest attacks since an Islamist insurgency began in 2007. President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo declared three days of national mourning and called for donations of blood and funds to victims of Saturdays attack. At least 100 others were wounded. ...


Buddha Air to operate international flights from Pokhara

Buddha Air has officially announced it will be operating international flights from Pokhara using Airbus A320 aircraft after the new airport is completed. The carrier made the announcement at a celebration marking its 20th anniversary on Wednesday. The countrys leading domestic airline also declared that two ATR planes would be inducted into its fleet next year. Birendra Bahadur Basnet, mana...


At least 28 killed in bloody Mexican prison fight
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At least 28 killed in bloody Mexican prison fight

At least 28 inmates were killed when a brutal fight broke out in a prison in the Mexican Pacific resort of Acapulco on Thursday, one of the worst outbreaks of violence in the countrys troubled penal system in recent years. Acapulco is the biggest city in Guerrero, one of Mexicos most lawless states and a center of opium poppy production that has been a major concern to U.S. officials. The pr...


MoE agrees to amend HPE Bill in line with Dr KC’s demand
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MoE agrees to amend HPE Bill in line with Dr KC’s demand

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has agreed to amend the Health Profession Education (HPE) Bill as per the demand of Dr Govinda KC, who has been staging his 13th fast-unto-death for the last seven days demanding that there should be 10-year moratorium on establishing new medical colleges in Kathmandu Valley. Though the original HPE Bill had the provision of banning new medical colleges in the Va...


14 years of NRNA - 'Achievements and Challenges'

Firstly, congratulations to NRNA on its establishment day and as the eighth NRNA Global Conference draws near, it signals we have come a long way. NRN was established in 2003 with a vision to do something for the country, never mind being away. As NRNA takes significant strides in helping Nepal and its citizens, there are challenges within. Feeling the need for an organization which provides world...


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