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The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has yet to get rolling even two weeks after Sher Bahadur Deuba assumed office as the prime minister. As a result, there is a serious lack of information concerning pressing matters.
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Frequent road accidents involving wildlife along the East-West Highway that traverses the protected areas in various places have threatened conservation efforts, in which the country in recent years has made significant strides.
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The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has appealed for public support for the arrest of Tax Settlement Commission (TSC) Chairman LD Mahat and member Umesh Dhakal on the charge of granting tax exemption to various organisations.
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The Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s decision to provide a mobile phone to each of the elected ward representatives, including mayor and deputy mayor, has raised a huge public outcry.
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Though monsoon brings cheers giving respite from scorching heat, it also results in a spike of water-borne diseases.
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A halt in supply of scrub typhus diagnostic kits from the government level has forced people to visit private health facilities.
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Police on Thursday arrested Lok Bahadur Shahi, chairperson of the Nepal Ice Hockey Association and former general secretary of the All Nepal Football Association (Anfa), on charge of swindling Rs10 million of sportsmen.
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Chief Election Commissioner Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has said the Election Commission does not function under the government’s pressure and with political bias as it is governed by its own laws and regulations.
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The World Bank has agreed to loan the government of Nepal Rs19 billion for increasing the quality of education.
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KMC’s newly elected officials are making the right noise but these are still early days for them
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Branding feminists as terrorists may be libellous because ‘terrorist’ is a highly politicised term
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Effective voter education programmes are necessary to reduce the number of invalid ballots
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Venerable Tribhuvan University (TU) is neck-deep in problems—a resource crunch, management lapses, decaying buildings, agitating teachers and falling student enrolment.
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Deputy leader of CPN-UML Parliamentary Party Subas Nembang has said that the constitution could be amended only after holding the three tiers of elections.
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More than a month since the newly elected local representatives took their oath of office, not a single government staff deputed by the government has assumed office at the local level.
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Biratnagar, once the country’s industrial capital and second largest city, has been slowing down.
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Gas bottlers and lawmakers have urged the government to lobby India to issue ‘explosive licences’ to domestic tankers to allow them to transport liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to Nepal.
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The government is preparing to revise the existing Supply Policy 2012 in order to make markets work for consumers and ensure that they have adequate and affordable choices.
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The Cabinet on Thursday approved the guideline prepared by Nepal Army for the construction of 76-km Kathmandu-Nijgadh expressway.
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Janata Bank Nepal had to persuade retired banker Parshuram Kunwar Chhetri to become its CEO after the post was vacated by Kumar Lamsal as candidates were scarce.
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