Sudurpaschim Province Minister sacked for misconduct

Social Development Minister of Sudurpaschim Province Dirgharaj Sodari has been relieved of the post on Tuesday. Chief Minister of the province Trilochan Bhatta sacked Sodari for his non-performance and misconduct, according to the chief minister’s aide Shiva Oli. Bhatta has already conveyed his decision to Governor Mohan Raj Malla. There were several complaints against Sodari […]

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NC faced defeat in election due to internal squabble – party president Deuba

Nepali Congress president Sher Bahadur Deuba has said his party had to face defeat in the elections due to the internal squabbling. He was speaking in the greetings exchange and the ‘Jaya Nepal’ souvenir publication launching programme organized by the Nepali Congress Bhaktapur district committee today on the occasion of Deepawali, Nepal Sambat 1139 and […]

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BHAITIKA TODAY, 11:55 AM AUSPICIOUS HOUR

The most important day of Tihar, the festival of lights, is being marked today by offering tika by sisters to their brothers. Sisters throughout the country offer ‘tika’ to their brothers wishing them happiness, long life and prosperity on the occasion of Bhaitika. The auspicious hour for offering the tika is 11:55 am this year. […]

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China set to become largest aid donor to Pacific

China is set to overtake Australia as the largest donor to countries in the Pacific region. According to data released last week by the Sydney-based Lowy Institute, Beijing committed during 2017 to spend four times more than Canberra in the region. The think-tank collected data on nearly 13,000 projects in 14 countries, supplied by 62 […]

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16 injured in truck-bus collusion, five critical

TANAHUN, At least 16 people injured in a bus-truck collision this morning. The Kathmandu-bound bus (Na 4 Kha 5491) from Damauli and a truck (Na 6 Kha 3293) coming from opposite collided each other at Belbhanjyang in Byas municipality along the Prithvi Highway. Five critically injured including bus drive, Subas Rai, are being treated at […]

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Pakistan cricket star Imran Khan leads amid slow vote count

Pakistan’s former cricket star Imran Khan and his party were maintaining a commanding lead Thursday amid slow and tedious counting of ballots from a historic election the previous day that was marred by allegations of fraud and militant violence. Election officials said an official count confirming Pakistan’s next government was expected later in the evening. […]

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Colleges should be opened as per manpower requirements: PM Oli

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the government is preparing to introduce new educational curriculum to meet the requirements of the country. Addressing the 10th assembly of Lumbini-Bouddha University organized in Singha Durbar today, Prime Minister Oli said the educational institutes should be opened as per the manpower requirements in the country. Oli […]

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