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Dec 9, 2017

Win CPN UML - 16 Maoist Centre - 5 Nepali Congress - 3 Other - 1   Forward CPN UML - 56 Maoist Centre - 22 Nepali Congress - 12 Others - 16    ...

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Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s son Prakash no more

Nov 19, 2017

Former Prime Minister and CPN Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s son Prakash Dahal has passed away in Kathmandu on Sunday morning, according to hospital sources. He was 36. Prakash Dahal — private secretary to his father CPN MC chair Dahal and also central member of MC — was rushed to the Thapathali-based Norvic Internat...

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Proportional Representation lists for parliamentary, provincial polls unveiled

Nov 5, 2017

Kathmandu, November 3 The Election Commission today unveiled lists of provincial and parliamentary proportional representation candidates submitted by parties.   The poll panel said political parties had submitted names of 6,094 candidates. Of the total candidates in the PR lists for parliamentary and provincial polls, 793 males and 931 fe...

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Thousands rally in Barcelona against Catalonia's secession

Oct 8, 2017

October 08, 2017 Sunday's rally comes a week after Puigdemont and other separatist leaders of the Catalan government held a referendum on secession that Spain's top court had suspended and the Spanish government said was illegal. The "Yes" side won the referendum with 90 percent of the vote, though less than half of the region's electorate voted....

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Bhutan’s neutral stance embarrasses India

Aug 13, 2017

Despite India's continuous pressure on Bhutan to openly take India's side, Thimpu's passive resistance has embarrassed New Delhi. Indian media reported Thursday that anonymous sources in the Bhutanese government told the media to refer to the Bhutanese foreign ministry's June 29 statement for its position on the Doklam issue. The statement sai...

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India is publicly challenging a country that is far superior in strength: China

Aug 5, 2017

The Chinese foreign and defense ministries have released statements on the illegal trespass of Indian troops into Chinese territory, vowing to take all necessary measures to make India withdraw its troops unconditionally. China's stance has always been clear, which is that the standoff is taking place in Chinese territory, as the border was cl...

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Time for India to stop trespassing and daydreaming

Aug 5, 2017

The Indian military's trespassing into China's territory of Doklam region has displayed a quite obvious tendency toward opportunism and adventurism. The blatant move, which tramples on international law, shows that India has stood ready to maximize its interests on the border issue at the cost of its relations with China, and it would store up...

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China says: Time for a second lesson for forgetful India

Jul 25, 2017

The public's patience is running short with India's Doklam transgression. Nothing can stand in the way of China's and Chinese people's dignity. No government in the world can stand still doing nothing while its borders are being violated. As India continues down this intransigent path, perhaps it is time that it be taught a second lesson. Thei...

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Cabinet expansion in a ‘day or two’

Jul 20, 2017

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba discussed Cabinet expansion with the CPN-MC on Wednesday. According to CPN-MC leader Narayan Kaji Shrestha, the PM said he would expand the Cabinet in a day or two. “It seems that the PM has not taken a final decision about the NC lawmakers who can be inducted in the Cabinet. I hope he takes a final decision...

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Facebook, Google obliged to decrypt online messages to help Government fight terrorism

Jul 17, 2017

Social media giants like Facebook and Google will face new laws to compel them to help Australian security agencies get access to encrypted messages from suspected terrorists and other criminals. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the law had not kept up with technology, with encryption now affecting 90 per cent of domestic spy agency ASIO's...

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