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Province No 7 State Assembly starts budget discussions

The Province No 7 State Assembly today started deliberations on the statement of estimated income and expenditure (Budget) for fiscal year 2018/19. The provincial government last week presented the budget in the State Assembly. Taking part in the discussions, Krishna Bahadur Chaudhary of the Rastriya Janata Party complained that the budget had not incorporated the suggestions

by RSS | Jun 18
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Term of NA women members determined thru draw

The term of women members of National Assembly has been determined through a draw. As per the lucky draw conducted at the Federal Parliament at New Baneshwor today, the term of members—Bina Pokharel, Pramila Kumari, Dil Kumari Rawal, Deepa Gurung, Anita Devkota, Nanda Chhapai and Indu Kadariya was determined for six years. 

by RSS | Jun 18
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Party should be managed well, NC senior leader Poudel says

Nepali Congress senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel has said the party had to face defeat in the elections due to the internal mismanagement. Talking to journalists here today, he said the party would become stronger if it was managed well and it should be run as per the party's statute and in a transparent way.

by RSS | Jun 18
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Health camp benefits over 1,000 women

More than 1,000 women were benefitted from one-day free reproductive health camp organised by Tulasipur Sub-Metropolitan City-16 at Laxmipur village on Sunday. Tulasipur Sub-Metropolitan City-16 organised the free health camp with coordination of different organisations including local women network. A local Sita Chaudhary, 86, expressed happiness for getting opportunity to put her problems openly in the camp. 

by RSS | Jun 18
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Govt. inclined to weakening rule of law: Leader Khand

Nepali Congress Central Committee member, Bal Krishna Khand, has said that raising the issue of directly elected executive President is to invite autocracy. At a news conference organised at Janakpurdham today, NC leader Khand expressed the view that the government was inclined towards making the rule of law weak. 

by RSS | Jun 18
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SEE results expected within 5 days

The results of the Secondary Education Examinations (SEE), the Grade 10 final exam, are to be published within the coming five days. The Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE) has stated that final preparations have been made for declaring the results in five days.

by RSS | Jun 18
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Karnali provincial assembly meeting postponed

The 18th meeting of Karnali provincial assembly could not take place today due to obstruction from the main opposition party. At the start of the meeting, Speaker Raj Bahadur Shahi had directed Minister for Financial Affairs and Planning Prakash Jwala to present the budget estimates for fiscal year 2075/76 for deliberations, when NC parliamentary party leader Jeevan Bahadur Shahi

by RSS | Jun 18
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Price of petro produced decreased

Nepal Oil Cooperation has decreased the price of petroleum products to be effective from this mid night. NOC Spokesperson Birendra Goit said that the NOC reduced the price of petrol by Rs 3 per liter. The price of petrol has now been determined at Rs 110 against the previous Rs 113 per litre.

by RSS | Jun 18
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Council for development of arts

Nepal Art Council has said there is tremendous potential of the development of arts through the Council though government does not allocate adequate budget for it. Nepal Art Council was set up in 2019BS as a major platform to bring into light the painting, sculptures and woodcrafts of artists.

by RSS | Jun 18
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Muddy road to Bouddha hassling commuters

With the arrival of monsoon, the road from Chuchchepati to Jorpati in the Kathmandu Valley has turned into a muddy field as though it is being prepared for transplanting paddy seedling. It is the way to reach the Boudhnath monastery, one of the popular World Heritages, visited by thousands of domestic and foreign tourists every month.

by RSS | Jun 18