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IGP appointment hearing runs out of time, will continue Tuesday

    Feb 23 2017
    The hearing on a writ petition filed against government's decision to appoint Jay Bahadur Chand as Inspector General of Police has been scheduled for Tuesday after the hearing ran out of time on Thursday.
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    Parliament begins deliberations on amendment bill

    Post Report, Kathmandu, Feb 23 2017
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    The Legislature-Parliament on Thursday started deliberations on the constitution amendment bill.

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    Main News

    Amendment bill will not be endorsed at any cost: Oli

    Post Report, Feb 23 2017
    CPN-UML Chairman and former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that the constitution amendment bill registered at the Parliament secretariat would not be endorsed at any cost, arguing that it was against the national interest.
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    Natural disasters cost 443 lives across country in 10 months

    Feb 23 2017
    Natural calamities have cost a total of 443 lives across the country in the past 10 months alone, a data with Home Ministry revealed.
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    UML leader Nembang says party against statute amendment bill

    Feb 23 2017
    Deputy leader of the CPN (UML) parliamentary party Subas Chandra Nembang has said the entire nation should work towards making the local level election successful as the government has announced the date for election.
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    China denied on Thursday that it had increased its troop presence on the border with North Korea after the murder of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Malaysia.

    Reports routinely circulate at times of heightened tension on the Korean peninsula of China sending troops to the border, which China always denies.

    South Korean and U.S. officials say the North Korean leader's half brother, Kim Jong Nam, was assassinated by North Korean agents. North Korea has not acknowledged his death.

    Some Hong Kong media last week reported that China had sent more soldiers to the border after Kim was attacked at Kuala Lumpur airport on Feb. 13.

    "As for the reports you mentioned of the People's Liberation Army increasing troops on the Chinese-North Korean border, they are totally baseless and completely fabricated," defence ministry spokesman Ren Guoqiang told a monthly news briefing.

    He did not elaborate.

    Kim had spoken out publicly in the past against his family's dynastic control of the isolated, nuclear-armed state. He had been living in the Chinese territory of Macau under Beijing's protection.

    China is reclusive North Korea's most important remaining ally, but China has been angered by its missile and nuclear tests and has signed up for several rounds of U.N. sanctions against North Korea at the same time as pushing for a diplomatic resolution through talks.


    Health & Style

    Fiction Park

    The Hotel

    Runa Maharjan, Feb 19 2017
    The flight landed in Kathmandu on November 25, 1:00 am. I had come to Nepal to conduct my psychology research. I looked forward to meeting all kinds of people and learning about their inside-world.
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    Saturday Features

    Man Utd's Rooney could miss League Cup final with muscle injury

    Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney could miss Sunday's League Cup final against Southampton at Wembley after manager Jose Mourinho revealed that the striker was still struggling with a muscle injury.

    The making of India’s foreign policy

    Atul K Thakur
    India, the world’s largest democracy, certainly has with it some choices when it comes to its foreign policy.

    No country for bards

    English teachers often joke that even those who cannot complete a single sentence correctly can still pass the grade 10 English board exams.

    Low-life loafers

    Our Emperor should learn a thing or two from Amriki President Trump when it comes to coming up with new nataks every week.


    Pooja Pant
    When Africans were enslaved by European colonists and taken to the new continent—now known as the Americas—their names were erased and they were given the names of their ‘masters’.

    Of fogs and sunsets

    Nepal is known as the land of the Himalayas, with its other geographical aspects often overlooked.

    Making of a viral YouTube hit

    Anup Ojha
    In 2014, The Next, a group of Sydney-based Nepali dancers led by Pradeep Lama, uploaded their first video on YouTube—a dance sequence accompanying the popular song Jaalma.

    Same old, same old

    Paterson (Adam Driver), who boasts the same name as the New Jersey town he lives in, leads what looks to be a most unremarkable life.

    The new ride

    Aakriti Dhital
    For Kathmandu’s three million daily commuters, getting on overcrowded and unpredictable public transportation services can be a dreaded affair.