| February 08, 2016


  • | Tuesday, 09 February 2016 04:25

    Ex-PM Sushil Koirala passes away

    KATHMANDU, Feb 9: Nepali Congress President and former Prime Minister Sushil Koirala passed away on Tuesday at 12:30 am.Family source said that he breathed his last at his residence in Maharajgunj.Koirala’s private doctor Dr Kabirnath Yogi said that he died of cardiac arrest after he developed pneumonia in bronchitis’ infection due to change in the weather. Koirala had shown symptoms since three months and was using three types of antibiotics.
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Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli holds interaction with former PMs and foreign affairs experts prior to his India visit in his official residence, Baluwatar. (Dipes ...

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UDMF move positive: PM Oli

UDMF move positive: PM Oli

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