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Nepali women Journalists team reach historical success on Mt Everest

VNY 2020: Why should you visit Nepal

    Kathmandu – A team of women journalists successfully climbed Mt Everest this morning, according to base camp officials.   “The First Women Journalists Everest Expedition-2018 made it to the top of Mt Everest at around 6:00am,” liaison officer Gyanendra Shrestha told THT from the base camp. Four young women journalists involved in different facets of country’s journalism have …

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Employees adjustment to take place within one month: Minister Lalbabu Pandit Pandit

Chitwan – Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration, Lalbabu Pandit, has said the employee management would be done within a month.   Minister Pandit stated this while talking to journalists here today. The minister had arrived in Chitwan on his way to attending a programme in Makawanpur today. He said some problems have been noticed while adopting the federal …

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Memorandum of Understanding signed for food security

Kathmandu – A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Ministry of Forests and Environment and World Food Programme (WFP) was signed Monday for the food security and agriculture projects targeted on communities vulnerable to the climate change impacts. Joint Secretary at the Ministry Dr Ram Prasad Lamsal and Country Representative of WFP Pippa Bradford signed the MoU. The project to be …

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Constitution amendment is separate issue says PM Oli

Character Of Nepali Society is 'Atithi Devo Bhaba’, Says PM Oli

Kathmandu – Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the government’s policy and programme is oriented towards economic development and prosperity of the people. Emerging out of the House of Representatives building following disclosure of the government’s policy and programme, Prime Minister Oli told media, “Upcoming budget would be introduced to implement pro-people policy and programme. I urge you to …

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Nepal Communist Party finalizes its central committee members

Kathmandu – The Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has given full shape to its 441-member central committee.   The first meeting of the Party Secretariat held at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar today approved the names of central committee members recommended by the then CPN-UML and CPN Moist Centre. With this approval of the names, the 441-member …

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Nepal-China rail survey likely to start soon

NT: Nepal and China have started discussions to initiate survey of Kyirong-Kathmandu railway under the Belt and Road Initiative of the government of China. A delegation led by the Deputy Administrator of the National Railway Administration (NRA) Zheng Jian held discussions with the authorities of the Ministry of physical Infrastructure and Transport (MoPIT) and Department of Railways to take forward …

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A Boat Carrying Rohingya Refugees Capsized in the Bay of Bengal, Killing At Least 12

Associate Press Bangladesh: A stuffed vessel conveying Rohingya Muslims escaping Myanmar overturned in the juncture of a stream and the Bay of Bengal and no less than 12 individuals passed on, police said Monday. Five of the dead were youngsters. Up to 35 individuals were on the pontoon and eight survived the overturning, nearby police official Mainuddin Khan said. He …

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