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PM in action

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in an action during a match between Prime Minister XI vs Chief Secretary XI at Dasharath Stadium, Kathmandu. (Keshab Thoker) ...

Snowfall at Gosainkunda

Children enjoy snowfall at Gosainkunda, Rasuwa. (Dipesh Shrestha) ...

Protest continues

Participanst at a protest staged by Federal Alliance in Birgunj. (Ritesh Tripathi)  ...

Scenery

Photo shows the idyllic scenery of Pingbao Dong Village of Rongjiang County, southwest China's Guizhou Province. (Xinhua/RSS) ...

POLITICS

No ground behind criticism over budget: PM Oli

KATHMANDU, May 29: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the comment that the budget tabled by the Government on Saturday was of 'huge size' and 'distributive' does not hold any substance. Speaking at the parliamentary party meeting of...

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Waterborne diseases rise with onset of premonsoon showers

KATHMANDU, May 29: Number of patients suffering from water borne diseases has increased with the onset of pre-monsoon rainfall. Doctors at major public hospitals said that they are seeing a surge in the number of patients suffering from water borne...

Editorial

Anomalous expansion

The new budget of NepalA big budget is not necessarily a bad budget. In fact, an expansionary budget makes a lot of sense in an expanding economy with a high absorptive capacity. But neither is the Nepali economy expanding nor does it have much absorptive capacity. Instead of increasing our industrial capacity is decreasing due to prolonged political instability and an acute power shortage. Our spending capacity is so weak that every year under 30 percent of development budget gets spent. This is why economists...

OPINION

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Contempt of familiarity

Some Dhotis in New Delhi perhaps...

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Lifting LDCs

In this age of global prosperity,...

Brahma Chellaney - avatar Brahma Chellaney

China’s Pak outpost

For China the appeal of working...

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Cover Story: Data Revolution

Cover Story: Data Revolution

A small army of Nepali tech geeks engineered a way to collect six terabyte of data in three months from 11 districts.“We trained about 1,700 Nepali engineers on mobile data collection technology and deployed to 11 districts, collected 6.6 million...

Entertainment and Lifestyle

Amber Heard's fans call for boycott of Depp's new film

Amber Heard's fans call for boycott of Depp's new film

LOS ANGELES, May 29: Amber Heard's fans are calling to boycott her estranged husband Johnny Depp's new movie, "Alice Through the Looking Glass", amid shocking domestic violence claims.The 30-year-old actress, who has been granted a restraining order from Depp after...

MY CAREER

How long do you think you’ll stay with us?

How long do you think you’ll stay with us?

"How long do you think you'll stay with us?" is...

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