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  • Workers halt work again
    RAJENDRA MANANDHAR, Dolakha, MAR 29

    Just a few days after it “temporarily” settled the issue of share allocation to the locals and workers, the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project has once again been the victim of politicisation of w...
  • Central bank suspects loans misuse
    PRITHVI MAN SHRESTHA, Kathmandu, MAR 29

    Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has discovered that a sugar mill which owes Rs250 million to cane farmers had not been making use of working capital loans. ...
  • Locals attack Upper Trishuli transmission line workers
    POST REPORT, NUWAKOT, MAR 29

    Nuwakot locals demanding a higher land compensation have attacked workers engaged in erecting the transmission line for the Upper Trishuli 3A Hydropower Project and prevented them from carrying out th...
  • Into thin air: 25pc of co-ops untraceable
    BHAWANI BHATTA, KANCHANPUR, MAR 29

    The Division Cooperative Office in Mahendranagar had recently dispatched its monitors to check on cooperatives registered in Kanchanpur and Dadeldhura districts, but they could not locate many of them...
  • New air conditioners to keep you cool
    SUMAN BASHYAL, Kathmandu, MAR 29

    The heat is on and dealers of air conditioners have been launching new models and promotional campaigns to lure customers....
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Could you move a bit, doctor? The PM wants to have his meal here today!

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