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    Province 1 CM expands Cabinet

    Biratnagar, January 19 Province 1 Chief Minister Sher Dhan Rai has expanded the provincial council of ministers. Chief Minister Rai appointed four leaders as state ministers in his Cabinet. The newly appointed ministers are Ambir Gurung from Okhaldhunga, Ram Bahadur Magar from Ilam, Jasmaya Gajamer from Jhapa and Bijaya Kumar Bishwas from Morang. They will […]Continue reading this story on the publisher website

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Nepali Congress sends memorandum on controversial bills to PM from all districts

    Kathmandu, January 19 The main opposition Nepali Congress on Sunday submitted a memorandum regarding the controversial Information Technology Bill and the Bill on Special Service to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli from all districts of the country. The opposition party cadres led a rally to respective district administration offices and submitted the memorandum to the...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Belgian Princess arrives in Kathmandu

    Kathmandu, January 19 Princess Astrid, the younger sister of King  Philippe of Belgium, has arrived in Kathmandu on Sunday on a weeklong visit. Nepal’s Minister of State for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Moti Lal Dugad received the royal at the Tribhuvan International Airport this afternoon. During her stay here, the guest will pay a courtesy call […]Continue reading this story on the publisher website

    • 18 hrs ago
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    Police receive warrant for Astha Raut’s arrest

    Kathmandu, January 19 The Kathmandu District Administration Office has issued a warrant, directing police to arrest popular pop singer Astha Raut. Earlier, the Metropolitan Police Range, Kathmandu, had filed a complaint against her, accusing her of ‘indecent behaviour’. Since Wednesday, Raut is in controversy. On that day, she posted a live video on her Facebook […]Continue reading this story...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    Oli, Dahal ‘almost agree’ to nominate Agni Sapkota as speaker

    Kathmandu, January 19 Two chairmen of the ruling Nepal Communist Party have almost agreed to nominated Agni Sapkota for the speaker’s election. If the party endorses the two leaders’ decision, Sapkota will be elected the chief of the House of Representatives. During a one-on-one meeting between the two leaders in Baluwatar this morning, the agreement […]Continue reading this...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    Minister Gurung confident that Parliament endorses MCC deal

    Doti, January 19 Minister for Women, Children and Senior Citizens Parbat Gurung says the current session of Parliament will endorse the controversial Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) agreement signed between the governments of Nepal and the United States. The minister’s statement comes at a time when the political leaders and the public are divided about the […]Continue reading...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Oli, Dahal call secretariat meeting to discuss speaker’s candidate

    Kathmandu, January 19 The ruling Nepal Communist Party has called a meeting of its secretariat for a discussion on the party’s official candidate for the election of the speaker. The meeting was called after a one-on-one conversation between its two chairmen, KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal. A party leader says the secretariat will […]Continue reading this story on the...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Meteorologists: The weather gets clear from today

    Kathmandu, January 19 Meteorologists have predicted that the weather across the country will gradually get clear from today onwards. Owing to westerly disturbances, various parts of the country witnessed rainfall, snowfall and cloudy conditions in the past three days. But, the Weather Forecasting Division under the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology says the westerly low-pressure...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    Sindhupalchok’s Barhabise tense, authority issues restriction order

    Sindhupalchok, January 19 The Sindhupalchok District Administration Office on Sunday issued an order of restriction barring any demonstration in Barhabise market area in Barhabise municipality of the district. The DAO’s order comes after locals staged a protest against the municipality’s drive of demolishing structures allegedly built on the public land. The local...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    India’s yak herders face the end of ancient tradition in warming Himalayas

    The Brokpa community of yak herders in India’s northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh say they may be seeing the end of their traditions as climate and social changes make the long months of herding even harder. Yak herders say their animals are facing more disease as temperatures increase and snowfall becomes more irregular. As younger […]Continue reading this...

    • 22 hrs ago

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