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Action needed, not empty words, say conflict victims

Punya Chaudhary (top) and Dropada Neupane, who lost their husbands during the Maoist insurgency, say it has been too long a wait for justice. Post Photos

DURGA LAL KC, Feb 10 2017

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Banks breaching the limit set on lending

Some of the commercial banks have started posing a threat to the country’s financial stability, as they have been found to be deliberately breaching the regulatory limit on lending for quite some time and covering up the malpractices by manipulating the figures on the balance sheets.

RUPAK D SHARMA, Feb 07 2017

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Parties continue to bicker over threshold

Threshold continues to be the major bone of contention as a subcommittee under the State Affairs Committee (SAC) of Parliament plans to pass the Bill to Integrate and Amend Laws Related to Political Parties on Wednesday.


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Transitional Justice process hangs in balance: Victims worried about being left out in cold

In about two weeks, the terms of the two transitional bodies formed two years ago to hear complaints on war-time human rights violations and disappearances and recommend actions will end.

DEWAN RAI, Jan 19 2017

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Judges for high courts: Govt lawyers object to JC recommendations

Government attorneys and officials at the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) have taken serious exception to last week’s Judicial Council (JC) decision of recommending 80 judges for High Courts, saying the constitutional failed to stick to the principle of inclusion and proportion representation as guaranteed by the constitution.

DEWAN RAI, Jan 17 2017

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Court disqualifies Karki as CIAA chief

In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court on Sunday disqualified Lokman Singh Karki as the chief of the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority.

ANIL GIRI, Jan 09 2017

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On poll ground, PM pressed from all sides

A fresh push for local elections from the Nepali Congress has put Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal in a fix, signalling trouble for the coalition formed with a promise to end the Madhes crisis and hold three tiers of elections by January, 2018.

ROSHAN SEDHAI, Dec 27 2016

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Local level restructuring: 725 units suggested in LLRC’s final report

Nine months after its formation, the Local Level Reconstruction Commission (LLRC) has finally completed its report, recommending around 725 local units (village and municipal councils) in the new federal set-up.

Binod Ghimire, Dec 21 2016

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Qatar labour reform: Ending kafala barely scratches the surface

Qatar has formally announced the end of its controversial “kafala” system, in what is said to be the biggest labour reform undertaken by the Gulf emirate set to hold the 2022 football World Cup.

ROSHAN SEDHAI, Dec 14 2016

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Govt flouts deal it reached with Dr KC

Going beyond the bounds of propriety, the government, which reached a deal with Dr Govinda KC to stop affiliations to new medical schools, has started process to grant affiliation to a medical college based in Jhapa.

Manish Gautam, Binod GhimireDec 08 2016

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Nepali football marks historic day

Nepal marked one of the biggest days in their football history, lifting the AFC Solidarity Cup with a 1-0 victory over Macau at the Negeri Stadium in Kuching, Malaysia on Tuesday.

Post Report, Nov 16 2016

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