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Archive for March, 2017

 

Tracking climbers 

From this year, Nepal is preparing to track climbers with a GPS device. Durga Dutta Dhakal, spokesperson of the Department of Tourism, explains why it is needed.


A U-turn?

Nepal’s secularist republicans, who leaned on India, are now getting nervous that New Delhi will do a U-turn.


After Adityanath

Yogi Adityanath’s appointment as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh has shaken up Nepal’s political sphere.


SC cancels Chand’s appointment

The Supreme Court has nullified the government’s decision to appoint Jaya Bahadur Chand as the new police chief.


RPP hits streets, keeps seats

After joining the Maoist-NC government only a week ago, the pro-Hindu, royalist RPP is now spearheading a street protest.


Excuses, excuses

There is no earthquake, blockade, or shutdowns this year. But more than two-thirds of the government’s capital expenditure remains unspent in western Nepal.


Election fever

Excitement for local polls is building up across Nepal even as the constitution amendment bill looks unlikely to be endorsed



 

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