Stories By 'ANIL GIRI'
As the decade-long third country resettlement programme of the Bhutanese refugees living in eastern Nepal draws to a close, the fate of the those still in the camps hangs in the balance.
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The ruling Nepali Congress, in its election manifesto, has termed the CPN-UML as the “main obstacle to national unity and prosperity”.
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Hours after Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba signed a commitment paper at the Election Commission (EC) saying he would abide by the poll code of conduct, he inducted eight ministers from the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) into his government.
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Nepal’s domestic politics, which is mired in constant bickering and one-upmanship, has spilled over into New York, thanks to what may be summed up as “clerical carelessness” and “diplomatic drubbing”.
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Following Beijing’s message to Kathmandu to propose projects under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the government has expedited discussion on various infrastructure projects for financing under the Chinese initiative.
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Coalition governments in a country like Nepal where there have been hung parliaments for years are but a compulsion.
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