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    Prime minister's election slated for Sunday 11 am

    KATHMANDU, Oct 9: The election for the next prime minister has been scheduled for 11 am Sunday.Reading the letter sent by President Ram Baran Yadav, Speaker Subas Nembang said the prime minister's election will be held at 11 am on Sunday as per the Article 298 (3) of the Constitution of Nepal 2015.
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Fuel crisis deepens

Normal life in Nepal has been severely affected as the fuel crisis deepens. A girl struggles to climb to the rooftop of a microbus. (Bijay Rai/Republica) ...

Atonement worship

Comedian Manoj Gajurel impersonates Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to perform atonement worship or 'kshyama pooja' at Pashupatinath temple premises. (Repub ...

'Adhere to 16-pt pact'

UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal at Biratnagar said that the parties should not back off from 16-point agreement. (Chuman Basnet/Republica) ...

Nepali Congress meeting

The senior party leaders of Nepali Congress at their central committee meeting at Baluwatar on Wednesday. The party has decided to hold general convention on Ma ...


Leader Nepal urges PM Koirala to support Chair Oli

Leader Nepal urges PM Koirala to support Chair Oli

KATHMANDU, Oct 9: CPN-UML leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has asked Prime Minister Sushil Koirala to support Chairman of the UML, KP Sharma Oli, for the leadership of the new government.


Food stock adequate for festivals: NFC

KATHMANDU, Oct 9: Nepal Food Corporation (NFC) has claimed that there will be no food shortage during the festival despite the ongoing unannounced border blockade by India.The Corporation has assured that it has adequate stock of food items like salt,...


Fast and loose

Kathmandu-Nijgadh RoadEfforts on Tuesday to award the 76-km Kathmandu-Nijgadh Fast Track project to an Indian developer, through a direct executive order, thankfully failed. The project, as it now appears on paper, is not in Nepal's interest. The most controversial aspect concerns the Minimum Revenue Guarantee (MRG) being offered to the Indian developer. According to the agreement in its current form, Nepal government will guarantee a minimum of Rs 15 billion a year if the new road does not see the expected daily traffic of around...


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Losing Nepal

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