PM Oli observes Pirris Hydropower Plant in Costa Rica

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli observed the Pirris Hydroelectricity Plant at Eolik Park, Los Santos in Costa Rica on Sunday. PM Oli and the Nepali delegation was welcomed by the hydroelectric plant’s chief engineer German Urena DB Errias at Eolik Park and briefed about the project. Director of the Costa Rican Electricity Corporation (ICE) Roberto […]

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Ex-envoy Keshav Jha found ‘murdered’ at home, three held

Former Nepali ambassador to France Keshav Jha has been found ‘murdered’ at his residence at Babarmahal, Kathmandu on Monday morning. He was found dead at around 6 am. Jha’s wife had called the police informing them of the incident after she, along with the security guard and two gardeners at the residence, went into the […]

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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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