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India unilaterally constructs four bridges over Mahakali river

The Indian side has constructed four wooden bridges over the Mahakali river without the consent of Nepal. The Mahakali river forms the westernmost international border between Nepal and India. India had sent letter to the District Administration Office, Darchula couple months back seeking Nepals agreement to that connection. But it has constructed the four bridges without Nepal giving it t...


Nepal India border to be sealed for 3 days (Friday-Sunday)

In the wake of the elections, Nepal-India border crossings would be shut for 72 hours ahead of the first phase of federal parliamentary and provincial assembly elections slated for November 26. According to Baitadi District Administration Office, the border will be sealed form Friday morning till the evening of Sunday (Nov 26). The local authorities will shut the border crossings at Jhulaghat, ...


Tuins, tubes continue to claim lives
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Tuins, tubes continue to claim lives

People falling down from ropeway into the Mahakali river and drowning is no more a news for Darchula locals. Every year they lose their village folks to the perilous journey. Yet, they have no choice than to use the makeshift cable crossing locally known as tuin to get into India, situated on the other side of the river. As the festival of Dashain has begun, peoples mobility in this far western...


India reiterates bringing dissidents on board Constitution
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India reiterates bringing dissidents on board Constitution

India has reiterated its stance that Nepal should address the demands of various dissident groups in the new Constitution through inclusive dialogue and bring them on board in the course of its implemention. I am confident that under your wise leadership, Nepal will successfully implement the Constitution through inclusive dialogue accommodating the aspirations of all sections of your diverse s...


India's river linking project is a huge disaster for Nepal

The ambitious river-linking project of India has turned out to be a huge disaster for Nepal, causing erosion of large chunks of land, loss of soil fertility and loss of habitat because of the subsequent flooding. As a consequence of the Laxmanpur dam built on the Rapti river just across the border and the 22-km Kalkalawa embankment in the Bagauda area of India, over 2500 bigha of land in Nepal ...


US govt awards $121 million to NGOs for development programmes
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US govt awards $121 million to NGOs for development programmes

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded financial assistance totaling $121 million to various NGOs for five new development programmes. Suaahara II, a five-year, $63 million program has been awarded to Hellen Keller International. The programme is dedicated on improving nutrition in 40 districts through education, water, sanitation, and hygiene improvements, access to ...


Pvt sector suggests PM to seek implementation of earlier agreements with India
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Pvt sector suggests PM to seek implementation of earlier agreements with India

The private sector has suggested Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to seek assurance of implementation of previous agreements with India during the latters visit scheduled for next week. Asking PM Oli to focus on improving relations with the southern neighbor and lure more Indian investment into the country, the private sector on Thursday also recommended the premier to seek assurance of implementat...


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