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    Nepal bans North Korean investment, gives 1.5 months to close existing businesses

    Kathmandu, September 16 The government of Nepal has banned the operation of businesses operating with investments of North Korean nationals in the country. The government says the decision was made following a UN sanction on the country. The Department of Industry says currently nine businesses in Nepal have North Korean investments and they have been […]Continue...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Samajwadi Party will neither celebrate nor protest Constitution Day

    Kathmandu, September 16 The Samajwadi Party Nepal, which is also a member of the current ruling coalition, has decided not to participate in any events to be organised on the occasion of Constitution Day. The party has also clarified that it will not conduct any programme against the constitution on the day. The party is […]Continue reading this story on the publisher website

    • 18 hrs ago
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    ICC, NSC agree to hold CAN election on September 27-28

    Kathmandu, September 16 The election and special meeting of general members of Cricket Association of Nepal has been delayed by a week after discussions between the International Cricket Council and the National Sports Council. The general assembly will now be held on September 27 and 28. Previously, an independent committee formed by the international cricket […]Continue reading this story...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    Gyanendra Shahi promises not to indulge in ‘indecent activity’, released

    Kathmandu, September 16 Police in Lalitpur district have released controversial activist Gyanendra Shahi after he promised that he would not do any ‘indecent activity’. The law enforcers had nabbed him from a press meet that he was hosting in Kupandole on Sunday, saying they ‘rescued’ him as the participants of the event tried to attack […]Continue reading this...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    Over 300 tourists stranded in Lukla as bad weather affects flights

    Solukhumbu, September 16 Over 300 tourists, mostly foreigners, have been stranded in Lukla of Solukhumbu district as the airline companies could not conduct flights from and to Tenzing Hilary Airport due to bad weather. Imanath Adhikari, chief of the Lukla office of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, says the weather conditions have not favoured […]Continue reading this...

    • 21 hrs ago
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    Dahal directs youth of his party to oppose ‘anarchic forces’

    Kathmandu, September 16 Ruling Nepal Communist Party’s chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has directed youth and students loyal to his party to oppose ‘anarchic’ forces which, according to him, are trying to create illusions among the public. Speaking at a function organised to commemorate the death anniversary of the then Maoist party leader Posta Bahadur Bogati […]Continue...

    • 21 hrs ago
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    Govt proposes new criteria for bank operators in BAFIA amendment

    Kathmandu, September 16 The government has recently filed a proposal seeking an amendment to the Bank and Financial Institution Act, 2017. With the amendment, the government wants to introduce new criteria to become a member of the board of director of any bank and financial institution. The government registered the amendment bill at the Federal […]Continue reading this story on...

    • 21 hrs ago
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    NCP receives complaints against Madhav Nepal, Matrika Yadav for Province 2 hullabaloo

    Kathmandu, September 16 The Province 2 committee of the Nepal Communist Party has filed a complaint against two central leaders at the party headquarters, holding them responsible for a recent clash between two groups of the party cadres during a provincial meeting. Sources say the committee has blamed senior leader and former prime minister Madhav […]Continue...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Indian Moon probe’s failure won’t stop an Asian space race that threatens regional security

    On Sept. 7, India’s Chandrayaan-2 lunar mission deployed its Vikram lander for an attempted landing at the Moon’s south pole. Communications with the lander were lost just minutes prior to the scheduled landing. Recent imaging suggests that Vikram may have survived the landing intact, but it might be unable to communicate. No matter the outcome,...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    House panels giving govt a hard time, PM complains to Speaker

    Kathmandu, September 16 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has complained that various committees in the Federal Parliament are giving the government a hard time. Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara revealed the complaint speaking at an event in Kathmandu on Monday. “The prime minister has been telling me that the committees are creating a lot of difficulties. […]Continue reading this story...

    • 22 hrs ago

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