Stories By 'SURESH RAJ NEUPANE'
India has agreed to construct an embankment along Nepal’s West Rapti, Banganga and Khando rivers. The agreement was reached during the eighth meeting of the Nepal-India secretary-level Joint Commission on Water Resources (JCWR) on Friday. The meeting also agreed on half a dozen other projects.
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Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali said some of the longstanding problems between Nepal and India can be resolved through constant dialogues and cooperation. Minister Gyawali told media at the New Delhi-based Nepali Embassy on Friday.
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Fifty-four-year-old Durga Prasad Bhusal, a resident of Jagatpur, Chitwan, has been receiving treatment for urinary bladder cancer at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre in New Delhi for a year. Bharatpur Cancer Hospital in Nepal is just 14km from his home—a half-an-hour bus ride.
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At a time when the government is struggling to adjust civil servants in the provinces and the local level—a crucial part of creating a well-functioning federalism—Indian civil service experts have advised Nepali officials not to hinder the career growth of the employees mobilised.
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Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Lal Babu Pandit has arrived in New Delhi seeking formula for managing civil servants in a federal structure.
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The whereabouts of eight Nepali women, who went missing from the Dilshad Garden-based Sanskar Ashram (shelter home) in New Delhi on Saturday midnight, remain unknown till Wednesday evening.
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