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India to close its field office in Biratnagar

Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed it is closing its field office in Biratnagar.

Post Report, May 22 2018

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Move against fees hits Malaysia departures

After the government’s decision to scrap all the fees levied on Malaysia-bound Nepali workers by various agencies, visa processing for Malaysian jobs has been affected temporarily.

CHANDAN KUMAR MANDAL, May 22 2018

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Govt mulls ‘war room’ idea for big projects

The Prime Minister’s Office is developing a concept of “war room” to execute and monitor big projects handled by various ministries.

Post Report, May 22 2018

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Govt rejects CM Raut’s request to visit US

The federal government has rejected Province 2 Chief Minister Lal Babu Raut’s request to visit the United States.

Post Report, May 22 2018

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NA hands over track to north

After opening the track for the Mailung-Syaphrubesi section of the shortest India-Nepal-China overland route, the Nepal Army has handed over the 17 km stretch to the government.

BALARAM GHIMIRE, May 21 2018

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Migrant hiring regulation to take time for complete enforcement

The government’s new directive that requires employers and recruiting agencies to get approvals of their labour demands letters from Nepali foreign missions based in host countries is likely to take some time for complete enforcement.

Post Report, May 21 2018

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Minister Yadav leaves for Thailand medical trip

Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Matrika Prasad Yadav left for Thailand for further treatment on Monday.

May 20 2018

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Nepal will be heaven in 10 years, says PM

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has remarked that the country has moved ahead on the path of development and prosperity.

Post Report, May 20 2018

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Purnima first lenswoman atop Everest

Purnima Shrestha summited Mount Everest on Saturday morning, becoming the first Nepali photojournalist to reach atop the world’s tallest peak.

Post Report, May 20 2018

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51 projects flout rules: New study

A Non-Government Organisation (NGO) study reveals serious derelictions by a section of lawmakers in using funds allocated to develop their constituencies.

Post Report, May 20 2018

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277 mountaineers reach atop Mount Everest

A total of 277 mountaineers have successfully climbed the world's highest peak, Mount Everest, in seven days since the expedition began this season.

May 19 2018

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Photo journalist Purnima Shrestha summits Everest

Photo journalist Purnima Shrestha successfully stepped on the top of Mount Everest on Saturday.

Post Report, May 19 2018

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ICJ calls to end criminalisation of LGBTI persons

The International Commission of Jurists has appealed to the South Asian states to repeal laws that discriminate against LGBTI persons, and to respect, protect and fulfil their human rights.

Post Report, May 18 2018

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World Hypertension Day: Docs advise public on disease prevention and treatment

As the world marks Hypertension Day on Thursday, cardiologists have called for more awareness and a healthy living habits to minimise hypertension--one of the leading health risks in the country.

Post Report, May 18 2018

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