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From left: Ramesh Lekhak of NC, Bishnu Poudel of UML, Hridayesh Tripathi of Tarai Madhes Loktantrik Party, Rajendra Pandey of UML, and Usha Gurung of NC. These leaders visited the office of Kantipur Publications at Subidhanagar, Kathmandu, on Tuesday, to
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  • Leaders, MPs back Kantipur in union stir
    POST REPORT, AUG 26

    Politicians and lawmakers have condemned the obstruction in the printing and distribution of The Kathmandu Post and Kantipur...
  • Speaker seeks info on Kantipur row
    AUG 26

    Speaker Subas Nembang on Tuesday ruled that the government inform Parliament about the obstruction in the distribution of The Kathmandu Post and Kantipur...
  • ‘NC-UML ignoring oppn’
    AUG 26

    UCPN (Maoist) Parliamentary Party leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal expressed his concern in Parliament on Tuesday that the ruling Nepali Congress and the CPN-UML were attempting to sideline the opposition parties in the constitution writing process, reneging on their past...
  • Form HLPC under Dahal’s leadership: BRB tells Koirala
    AUG 26

    UCPN (Maoist) leader Baburam Bhattarai has urged Prime Minister Sushil Koirala to form the High-level Political Committee under the leadership of his party’s Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal. ...
  • UML leaders on foreign visits
    AUG 26

    Madhav Kumar Nepal is in Tibet while KP Oli and Jhala Nath Khanal will go abroad for treatment...
  • TIA orientation on Ebola
    AUG 26

    The government is set to orient Tribuvan International Airport staff on Ebola Virus Disease and safe behaviours to be observed during...
  • Second-hand BMWs ‘most viable’ option
    ANIL GIRI, AUG 26

    German premium carmaker BMW has offered the lowest price bid as the government plans to procure seven high-end bulletproof cars for VVIPs for the forthcoming 18th Saarc...

Nation

Babai floods destroy irrigation canal
AUG 26

The Babai river floods, flowing at a record volume of 10,000 cubic metres per second (cms) on August 13, has destroyed Babai Irrigation Project infrastructure worth Rs 250 million, concerned officials...

Editorial

Travel for work
AUG 26

Of late, the Nepali tourism sector has had a string of misfortunes. In December last...

Oped

Running out the clock
Dipendra Jha, AUG 26

The proposed provision on citizenship in the CA stipulates that a person will get citizenship by descent if both parents—mother and father—are citizens of Nepal at the time of the child’s birth. This regressive provision must be...

Sports

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play as pedagogy
AUG 26

Many children are introduced to smart phones and tablets earlier than books these...

MONEY

No change in investment limit, NRB clarifies
AUG 26

The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) on Tuesday clarified that there has not been any change in the maximum limit that the banks and financial institutions (BFIs) could invest in securities of the listed companies....

The Economist

China: What China wants
AUG 26

AN ALARMING assumption is taking hold in some quarters of both Beijing and Washington, DC. Within a few years,...
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