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Biplov led Maoist group ready for dialogue with Nepal government

Nepal Government has formed a team led by Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa to negotiate with the Biplov led Maoist group.

Fire destroys more than 40 houses in Taplejung, Eastern Nepal

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Biplov led Maoist group ready for dialogue with Nepal government
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KMC begins imparting training for Nepal language education

KATHMANDU:- Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has begun imparting training to the instructors of Nepal language which was chosen as a

Nepal Airlines Corporation committed to passengers’ safety

KATHMANDU: Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has said it is committed to passengers' safety and national and international aviation safety standards.

4th Shuklaphanta Tourism Festival begins

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KATHMANDU:- The Government of China has announced to provide additional 300,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine in grant assistance to Nepal. "In

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Australian ambassador calls on Speaker Sapkota

KATHMANDU: Australian ambassador to Nepal Felicity Volk paid a courtesy call on Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota at latter’s office in Singh Durbar today. On the occasion, speaker Sapkota extended best wishes to new ambassador for a successful tenure in Nepal. Speaker Sapkota shared that both countries are enjoining decades-long bilateral relations adding that Australia’s achievement regarding the federalism might be good lessons for Nepal. Similarly, ambassador Volk committed to promote bilateral trade and support bid to implement federalism in the