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Constitution amendment after discussion with main opposition: PM

Bhimdattanagar, June 24: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has underlined the need to hold all three elections for sake of implementing the constitution. At a press conference held by Nepal Press Union in Kanchanpur this morning, the PM stressed that the constitution’s full implementation will take its course once the local, provincial and central elections […]

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Food festival set to happen at K-Town!

“Foodies Unite” is a fundraising event for an initiative titled Sadbhaw Scholarship where it promises to accommodate school materials for the students of Kagati, Nuwakot. It will also be a recreational event involving food, music and games solely for giving a platform to the emerging and established restaurants of the town to present their best […]

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Recognition of volleyball as national sport encourages sports fraternity

Kathmandu, May 31: A country without its national sport cannot be expected in general. Every country has its own national game. India’s national game is reported to be hockey while table tennis is said to be the national sport of China. So Nepal is no exception. The Cabinet meeting recently recognised volleyball as the national […]

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Threshold for healthy politics and stable governance

aKathmandu, Feb 8: Nepal at present is gearing up for three major elections that would change the face of leadership in the new federal set up of the country. Notwithstanding the ongoing tussle between amendment to the new constitution and elections, the latter is inevitable as it is a constitutional requirement that must be met […]

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New strategy to save kids from malnutrition

Pokhara, Jan 14: Health Minister Gagan Kumar Thapa has said that a new strategy would be developed in consultation with all the stakeholders in order to bring down the child mortality rate due to malnutrition. Addressing the concluding session of the two-day national nutrition seminar organised by the Child Health Division here Friday, Minister Thapa […]

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Directive to investigate over Amda hospital issue

Tilottama (Rupandehi), Jan 14: Health Minister Gagan Thapa has issued a directive to immediately investigate in to the claims by the locals over the Siddhartha Child and Women’s Hospital (Amda) in Butwal. The local users committee had on Friday submitted a four-point memo to the Hospital Director Dr Binod Parajuli. In the memo the locals […]

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Government attorneys’ role important for access to justice: President Bhandari

Kathmandu, Dec 23: President Bidya Devi Bhandari today termed the contribution of the government lawyers as being important for giving justice to the communities without access to justice. Inaugurating the ‘First Conference of Government Lawyers of Nepal’ here at the Office of the Attorney General of Nepal, she argued that the government lawyers’ contribution will […]

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Coordination between state organs sought to eliminate VAW

Kathmandu, Dec 23: The government is pressing for coordination among all the state organs in order to bring about a sense of responsibility and duty to eliminate violence against women (VAW). The Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare today held a workshop during which participants viewed that VAW can only be eliminated through coordination […]

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Let House business resume to end political crisis: NSP national chair Jha to UML

Parsa, Dec 23: National chairman of Nepal Sadbhawana Party Anil Kumar Jha today urged the main opposition CPN-UML to let Parliament do its business without obstructions so as to help give the country a political outlet. Arguing that the constitution amendment proposal registered in Parliament recently was prepared under the government led by the UML, […]

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Vulture count starts in ACAP vicinity

Mustang, Dec 23: An overdue census to determine the population of vultures in and around the world-famous Annapurna circuit trek route has started. The Global Primate Network is undertaking the census and research on vultures’ situation in an area straddling the Muktinath VDC of Mustang to Myagdi, Kaski, Lamjung and Manang. Beginning in 2001, the […]

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