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Improvised explosive device (IED) went off in Pokhara, two injured

Two persons were injured when an improvised explosive device (IED) went off near Bijaypur River in Pokhara, Kaski on Tuesday. According to Kaski Police Chief SP Ashok Singh, Police Constable Kul Bahadur Khatri and journalist Ghanashyam Pandey sustained minor injuries as the IED exploded. SP Singh informed that journalist Pandey went too close to the IED to take a picture and in doing so the ...


Bomb planted at Baneshwor defused

A suspicious object was found in front of Metropolitan Police Circle Tinkune on the bridge over Bagmati River on Tuesday. A bomb disposal team of the Nepal Army has defused a bomb. The suspicious object has been placed on a day when Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN Maoist has called for a general strike across the country demanding the release of its cadres. The strike, however, has made a lit...


UML, Maoist Center are now CPN

The CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center), two leftist parties in charge of the federal government and six of the seven provinces, have struck a historic merger deal. A meeting of top leaders of the two parties at late night Monday officially approved the left unity deal agreeing, in principle, on party leadership, organization and ideology. The deal, which was brokered through a series of meeting...


President calls federal parliamentary meet

President Bidhya Devi Bhandari has called for a federal parliamentary conference on March 5, 2018 at the International Conference Center, New Baneshwor. Acting on Nepals constitution, Clause 93s sub-clause 1, the President has called for the session, a press release issued by the Office of the President said. The election for the President is scheduled for March 9. House of Representativ...


Prakash Man Singh to challenge Deuba's bid for parliamentary leader

With preparations underway to elect parliamentary party (PP) leader following the parliamentary polls, leaders belonging to rival factions within the Nepali Congress (NC) have decided to challenge party President Sher Bahadur Deubas bid to get elected as PP leader for the second time. A section of leaders within the party, including former general secretary and lawmaker from Kathmandu- 1 Praka...


Dahal won't join govt until unification deal

CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal turned down a request from Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Sunday to send Maoist ministers to the new cabinet arguing that they would join the government once there is a framework agreement on the proposed unification with the CPN-UML. Dahal, however, said during a meeting with Oli that the Maoists would continue to support the government from o...


NEPSE gains 33.92 points since the appointment of PM KP Oli
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NEPSE gains 33.92 points since the appointment of PM KP Oli

NEPSE gains 33.92 points since the appointment of PM K P Oli. Investors speculation over the formation of a new government and hesitation towards investment has seemed to diminish as the share market picked up some growth points with the resignation of Ex PM Deuba and the appointment of Nepals new PM - K P Sharma Oli. ...


Three killed in separate accidents

Two people died on the spot when a water tanker knocked their motorcycle at Saraswati Khola on the Hetauda-Narayangadh section of the highway last night. The victims are 26-year-old Prem Bahadur Chhetri of Sunaul Municipality-8, Nawalparasi and 20-year-old Maya Chhetri of Bharatpur Metropolitan City, The District Police Office Makawanpur said. Prem Bahadur was riding the motorcycle and Maya wa...


Oli sworn in as 41st PM of Nepal, Indian Ambassador reaches Oli's residence to congratulate him

CPN - UML Chairman K P Sharma Oli has been sworn in as the 41st Prime Minister of Nepal. The Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri reaches PM Olis residence to congratulate the new PM and presents him a congratulatory letter from Indian PM Narendra Modi. Modi himself called PM Oli and congratulated him last night. PM Oli has also received a call from Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqia...


EC asks NA poll candidates to submit poll expenditure details

The Election Commission (EC) has asked National Assembly election candidates to submit details of poll expenditures soon. NA election candidates can, according to the legal provision, spend up to Rs 350,000 during the polls, and are required to furnish poll expenditure details to the EC or the office dictated by itself, within 30 days of the announcement of poll results. The EC has identifi...


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