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Police arrest two Chand cadres in Kavre after shootout

With the government deciding to brand the Communist Party of Nepal, led by Netra Bikram Chand, a criminal outfit and crack down on its activities, police have swung into action.

NAYAK PAUDEL, Mar 21 2019

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Two dead, dozens others injured during Holi celebrations in Valley

At least two people died and dozens others were injured in various accidents and assaults during Holi celebrations in the Kathmandu Valley on Wednesday.

Arjun Poudel, ANUP OJHAMar 21 2019

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Apex court directs government to find ways to conserve Bagh Durbar

The Supreme Court has issued a mandamus to the government to initiate the process within 15 days to decide the method for conserving the historic Bagh Durbar.

SANJAYA LAMA, Mar 21 2019

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Inland waterways become part of Nepal-India trade and transit treaties

India has agreed to incorporate Nepal’s proposal to extend inland waterway facilities up to its nearest navigation points in the bilateral trade and transit treaties for third country trade via India.

ANIL GIRI, SURESH RAJ NEUPANEMar 21 2019

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Kathmandu-Tarai expressway to cost Rs 213 billion

The estimated cost of the Kathmandu-Tarai expressway stands at a whopping Rs213 billion, according to the final Detailed Project Report prepared by Korea-based Soosung Engineering and Consulting.

BINOD GHIMIRE, Mar 21 2019

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Nepali bureaucrats regularly asked for ‘their cut’ from Melamchi contractor, Italian officials say

Rampant corruption, regular demands for commission by government officials, and labyrinthine bureaucratic hassles forced the Italian contractor to abandon the Melamchi Water Supply Project, throwing the national pride project that is close to completion into uncertainty once again, a Post investigation has revealed.

CHANDAN KUMAR MANDAL, Mar 21 2019

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