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For a breakthrough

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

Jitiya Festival

Artists performing traditional Tharu dance in their traditional attire to celebrate 'Jitiya festival' at Nach Ghar Jamal, Kathmandu. (Dinesh Gole/ Republica) ...

Crowded roads

The Kathmandu roads looked crowded on Sunday as the news of India lifting blockade made the major headlines on Sunday media. (Kapil Thapa/Republica) ...

LPG cylinder shortage

Gairidhara-based Tama Restaurant cooking the dishes in firewood as the restaurant runs out of LPG cylinder. (Dipesh Shrestha/Republica) ...

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    KATHMANDU, Oct 5: Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has sought Rs 870 million in compensation from the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) for the losses that NOC…


Govt criticized for failure in foreseeing, managing crisis

KATHMANDU, Oct 6: As the general public reels under acute shortage of essential goods in the market with festive season just round the corner, the government has been widely criticized for not taking any serious initiatives to make alternative supply...


'Credit transfer is the key benefit provided by foreign affiliated colleges'

'Credit transfer is the key benefit provided by foreign affiliated colleges'

Anupam Raj Ghimire is the director of Administration and Operations at Presidential Business School. The academic institution, which was affiliated with the International American University since its establishment in 2011, has entered into a new affiliation with the Westcliff University...


Pound foolish

Indian economic blockadeThe message from New Delhi seems to be that the economic blockade on Nepal will be completely lifted only when the demands of the protesting Madheshis and Tharus, especially on province demarcations, are met. This is the reason it is sending essential supplies into Nepal in fits and starts. It will send enough to ensure Kathmandu doesn't choke to death, but nearly not enough to bring life in the capital and other major cities in Nepal back to normal. This is a dangerous...


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Southern voices

The coverage in India focused on...

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Déjà vu

India imposes blockade to prop up...

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‘Why’, not ‘what’

If the goal is to deliver...

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