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Hetaunda Bazaar reopens after two-day strike

HETAUNDA: Markets in Hetaunda reopened today following a two-day strike called by local businesspersons in protest of the demolition of houses along the Rapti Road of the Hetaunda–Narayaghat route. The Central Regional Road Division Office had demolished...

Fuel tanker plunges into Trishuli river, driver missing

An empty fuel tanker en route to Bara from Kathmandu plunged into the Trishuli river at Chandibhanyjang last night leaving the driver unaccounted for. Driver Umesh Tamang, 25, of Amlekhganj in Bara went missing after the ill-fated tanker (Na 4 Kha 4143)...

UML Chair Oli warns of street protest if amendment bill endorsed

CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has warned that his party would boycott voting and take to the streets if the government endorsed the constitution amendment bill registered at the Legislature-Parliament. He argued that the House should be boycotted because...

Agreement if amendment bill is put on hold’

RSS, MYAGDI: CPN-UML Secretary Pradeep Gyawali today said political agreement could be reached if the disputed Constitution amendment bill registered at the Legislature-Parliament was put on hold. Gyawali stated so at a press conference held by the Press...


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Former CoAS Katwal calls for restoring Hindu state

Former Chief of Army Staff, Rookmangud Katwal, has said that all Nepali people should be engaged to establish the Hindu state in the country as Hindu religion is the identity of the country. Speaking at a programme organised by National Hindu Unity Forum...



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Y3 II; performance expressed in style and charisma.

A phone so good, you will not want to put it down. Targeting the entry level Nepali smart phone users, Huawei Consumer Business Group has announced the launch of Y3 II, its latest in the range of smart phones. This easy to use device is priced at Rs....


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NPC, TAC coast to semi-finals

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100% come back king in nepal -Anil yogi

Before 24 years ago, an analyst Barbara Crossette had released an article ‘Testing times’ in-The New York Time, 11 April 1989-‘Nepal is the oldest nation in south Asia, with its own architecture, language and distinctive forms of Hinduism and Buddhism....



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