Govt talks with Madhesi Morcha ends without entering into topic

  • Next meeting scheduled for Wednesday
Post Report, Nov 30 2015
The tripartite meeting among the ruling, opposition and agitating parties concluded without entering into the main topic on Monday.
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Govt committee exposes dire straits of TIA

    Post Report, Nov 30 2015
    The committee found the airport poorly equipped.Photo courtesy: Tourism Ministry
    A fact-finding committee under the Tourism Ministry has exposed the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), the country’s sole international aerial gateway, plagued with varied problems.
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    Bangladesh allows Nepal to conduct business through its airport, dry port

    Post Report, Kathmandu, Nov 30 2015
    Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed her concern regarding the ongoing crisis Nepal is facing. PM Hasina said that she will facilitate and extend the utmost support that Nepal needs at a time of this humanitarian crisis.

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    Nepal seeks additional fuel from China in grant

    Rajesh Khanal, Kathmandu, Nov 30 2015
    Nepal has sought an additional 6,000 tonnes of diesel, petrol and aviation fuel and 5,000 tonnes of cooking gas in grant from China.

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    Main News

    Man kills 4 children, bodies found buried

    RAJ BAHADUR SHAHI, Nov 30 2015
    Police revealed on Sunday that a man in his twenties from Righa in Hyanglu-7, Mugu, murdered his four children—two sons and two daughters—in cold blood.
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    Black market: CIAA warns officials

    Post Report, Nov 30 2015
    As the black market of petroleum products thrives, the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority has warned monitoring authorities either to be vigilant or face action.
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    Ex-officers ask NA to be alert

    Post Report, Nov 30 2015
    Retired Chiefs of Army Staff and former high-level officials of the Nepal Army have advised the incumbent Army leadership to stay prepared to be deployed
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    Non Resident Nepalese Association (NRNA) and Nepal Olympic Committee (NOC) on Sunday reached an agreement as per which the association will be a partner to the Olympic campaign running in Nepal.

    At a programme held at the NOC building, NOC Chairman Jivan Ram Shrestha and NRNA Chairman Shesh Ghale signed the agreement.

    The NOC will also organize various sporting events on October 11 – the day when NRNA was established, it was said.

    The NRNA will provide necessary materials for foreign training and competition for some capable athletes and players, scholarships for players participating in the Asian and Olympic games, and search for donors and multi-national companies for development of sport related infrastructures in Nepal.

    NRNA Chairman Ghale said the agreement would help consolidate the relations between the Nepali people and second generation NRNA while adding that the Nepali players failed to gain achievements not due to lack of capability but appropriate training and opportunity.

    NOC Chairman Shrestha expressed belief that the country could now bring good results in the international arena in the coming days with the support of NRNA in the campaign to keep the country's head high.

    During the programme, NRNA Chairman Ghale was provided Honorary Membership of the NOC.

    Health & Style

    Fiction Park


    Nov 29 2015
    The man raised his head and looked at them. These are strange nightingales, he thought. I have seen this species of birds but never like them. Then what are they? Nightingales, I’m sure they are not. Perhaps they are the messengers from god, or maybe they are the lost fragments of my past. Or maybe they are just birds, a new species of them. “Whatever,” he whispered to himself and abandoned the thought
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    Saturday Features

    Powered by the sun

    Prahlad Rijal
    A band that is fast becoming a very relevant act wishes ‘to become irrelevant’ in the next few years

    Game over

    Preena Shrestha
    Instead of charging into an explosive finale, the final episode of the Hunger Games is rather a dull, drawn-out crawl towards the inevitable—this, despite having the wonderful Jennifer Lawrence, and a raft of other big-name talents, in tow

    A bad year for schools

    Binod Ghimire
    The current academic session is turning out to be the worst in recent memory

    Lives in peril

    Manish Gautam
    As the blockade and protests continue, patients struggle to get adequate medical care

    Stories of the Old

    Kaustubh Thapa
    When I photograph, their eyes engage me, their wrinkle lines reflect their experiences if not narrate their stories, and the curve of their lips sets the mood for the picture.

    Hundreds of Flowers, One Nepali Garland

    David Caprara
    When members of the Nepal government decided to finally put forth a new constitution this year, it is highly unlikely that they had anticipated the ocean of Madhesi protests that have come to engulf Terai. One can imagine that the passing of the new constitution was supposed to be something exclusively symbolic—a ribbon of hope pinned to a year of devastation brought forth by the April and May earthquakes.

    New power

    It seems that we, the people, can’t do anything about the blockade except watch the ping pong match that is happening between our incompetent government and Madhesi-Tharu politicians. Our good-for-nothing clowns have been holding talks to resolve the crisis but it seems that they are only getting together for the free doodh chiya and biskoot. They are not really interested to find ways to compromise and end the ‘black market’ festival.

    The untimely coalition

    Only when every major force is compelled to become accountable towards the citizens will the government create a conducive environment to resolve the current crisis

    In search of a saviour

    The festival of lights is over and we all have no choice but to face the darkness that hovers around us. Our government banned firecrackers and imposed a 10 pm curfew even during the festive season but such laws didn’t apply to dohoris and dance bars that operated past midnight, disturbing neighbourhoods.