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I want to study

A girl studying on the balcony of a house at Airport Bazar, Sanfe in Achham District. (Bijay Gajmer/Republica) ...

After the meeting

Laxman Lal Karna, a member of United Democratic Talk team, speaks to media after holding talks with government team at Singhadurbar. (Dipesh Shrestha/Republica) ...

Business concern

Business community submits a memorandum to Prime Minister Sushil Koirala requesting to end the present political crisis in the country. (Keshab Thoker/Republica ...

For a breakthrough

Senior leaders of three major political parties hold a meeting at Baluwatar. (Pratik Rayamajhi/ Republica) ...


Diplomatic missions feel the heat of blockade

KATHMANDU, Oct 7: More than a dozen diplomatic missions in Kathmandu, including the Indian embassy, have started to feel the heat of the unofficial blockade of India on Nepal.Some 15 diplomatic missions including the Indian embassy have written to the...



27 fuel tankers enter Nepal Tuesday

KATHMANDU, Oct 7: As many as 27 tankers loaded with petroleum products have entered Nepal via Kakadbhitta, Jogbani, Nepalgunj and Kailali border checkpoints on Tuesday.Four petroleum tankers among 30 cargo vehicles entered Dhangadhi via Nepal-India border at Gauriphanta, India on...


The dangerous duet

Blockade and black-marketRecent visitors to supermarkets in Kathmandu and other big cities could have been disappointed. In the food section, they would have been able to choose between at least a dozen varieties of potato chips, and as many varieties of instant noodles; also available would be jams and spreads from every part of the world. But they are unlikely to have found that most basic daily necessity: common salt. When India imposed economic blockade on Nepal around two weeks ago, people started hoarding basic...


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Losing Nepal

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Rights for all

The CA-turned-parliament should not amend the...

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Saving biosphere

Many countries have designated biosphere reserves...

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