Fire breaks out at hotel in Sundhara

    Post Report, Mar 21 2018
    A fire broke out at a hotel in Sundhara, Kathmandu, on Wednesday.
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    PM Oli urges ministers, province CMs to work for nat’l interests

      Post Report, Mar 21 2018
      Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has called on the ministers not to worry about displeasing anyone while working for the national interests.
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      8 Nepali migrant workers rescued from Oman

      Post Report, Kathmandu, Mar 21 2018
      Nepali Embassy in Oman on Tuesday rescued eight Nepali workers and sent them to Nepal after they were mistreated and denied promised job and salary in the Arab nation.

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      Dharan tense following clash over constructing water tank

      Police opened teargas shells after a clash over constructing a water tank turned nasty in Bijayapur of Dharan, Sunsari on Wednesday.

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      Indian man trying to traffic baby girl arrested

      Post Report, PARASI, Mar 21 2018
      Locals of Susta in West Nawalparasi have handed over an Indian man to police for allegedly trying to traffic a seven-year-old girl to India.

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      Voluntary retirement only to physically, mentally incapable civil servants: Minister Pandit

      Post Report, MORANG, Mar 21 2018
      Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Lal Babu Pandit has said that voluntary retirement will be granted to only those who are physically or mentally incapable of performing their duties.

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      Inspector Limbu summoned for interrogation over detaining AIG’s son in custody

      Post Report, Kathmandu, Mar 21 2018
      Nepal Police headquarters has summoned Inspector Deu Prasad Limbu of Metropolitan Police Circle, Durbarmarg, for interrogation on a complaint filed against him.

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      Main News

      53rd Int’l Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination marked

      Post Report, Mar 21 2018
      The 53rd International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination was observed across the nation by organising various programmes on Wednesday. The day is observed annually on March 21.
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      Child marriage victims suffer similar ordeal in Bajhang

      Post Report, Mar 21 2018
      Laxmi Dhami of Bhatekhola, Masta Rural Municipality in Bajhang district was married at the tender age of 14. Four years into the marriage her husband married and brought home his second wife. Soon after, Dhami’s life took a turn for the worse.
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      Fuel produced from waste plastic in Jhapa

      Mar 21 2018
      Fuel was produced from waste plastic in Surunga of Kankai municipality.
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      China on Wednesday elected Wang Yang as the chairman of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the top political advisory body. The voting took place at the fourth plenary meeting of the first session of the 13th CPPCC National Committee at The Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

      CPPCC is the Chinese state organ that is regarded as an important institution for multiparty cooperation and political consultations under the leadership of Communist Party of China (CPC). It promotes socialist democracy in China politics.

      Born in 1955, the 63-year-old had joined the CPC at the age of 20.

      He was elected as a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in October last year.

      CPPCC does not exert political influence but imposes constraints on political power. It suggests and put forth proposals for reforms, advances law-based governance, enhances people-centred approach to development, develop consultative democracy within CPPCC and strengthen democratic oversight in governance. 


      Health & Style

      Fiction Park

      The Harion Bazaar

      Biken K Dawadi, Mar 18 2018
      On Saturdays, the otherwise quiet Harion bazaar springs into action. Packed into heavy trucks and congested buses, so many people from villages far and wide swarm in from all directions, typically in a frantic search for the right quality of ration for their families.
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      Saturday Features

      Unraveling untold stories

      Born and raised in western Chitwan, Amar Neupane is a celebrated novelist and writer in Nepali literature. His debut work Pani ko Gham bagged the 2010 Padmashree Prize, while Seto Dharti bagged the 2012 Madan Puraskar.

      In between day and night

      Shashank Shrestha
      When the winter morning first opens its laden eyes, when the first light of day appears at the horizon, most of us are at the peak of our dreams, or sleepily turning off our alarm clocks. But a small segment of the city is already awake, preparing for the onslaught of the day. At 5 am, there is a chance to experience the in-between world. It is neither day nor night. The city is moving, but not bustling with life. Nor is it quiet like in the dead of night.

      Oli’s first month!

      It’s been a month since Oli became our Prime Monster for the second time and so far, not much has happened in Baluwatar except meeting his fellow cadres and figuring out how to move forward.

      Father’s first spring

      I find few things in common between my five-year-old daughter and a younger me.

      The other world

      Sandesh Ghimire
      The ongoing staging of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters (directed by Rose Schwietz at Kunja Theatre) provides an opportunity to explore the relevance of 19th century Russian literature in present day Nepal.

      Down to the river

      Abijeet Pant
      Every Saturday morning, volunteers equipped with gloves, masks, and knee-high gum boots can be seen wading in the murky waters of the Bagmati, fishing out solid waste by the tonne.

      Under Tilaurakot

      At the turn of the fifth century, travelling through South Asia, Chinese monk Faxian had described a flourishing city along what is today the Nepal-India border. Almost two hundred years later, Xuanzang, another Chinese monk and scholar, described seeing a similar flourishing kingdom. Now, an archaeological survey that has been ongoing since 2013 has unearthed evidence suggesting that the sites described by the two ancient travellers match with what has for centuries remained buried underground.

      The lives of others

      Shradha Ghale
      The iconic Nepali writer from Darjeeling, Indra Bahadur Rai, passed away at the age of 91 a few days ago. He leaves behind an enormous literary legacy encompassing both fiction and non-fiction.

      Madame President

      Madame Bidhya Devi Bhandari will once again become our President. Yes, our comrades have decided to stick with Bhandari and Pun as candidates for our President and Vice President, and they are more than likely to win the election for their respective offices.