Kathmandu, Dec 25: Vice-President Nanda Bahadur Pun has said that the secularism guaranteed in the new constitution is an historic achievement.    Inaugurating the Christmas Festival-2016 in a grand ceremony in the capital city on Sunday, Vice-President Pun said that secularism is our common achievement and the state should not make any discrimination.    Extending best wishes to the people of Christian community living in the country and abroad, he said, "Jesus Christ has encouraged human beings to foster peace, brotherhood and prosperity."    Similarly, CPN (Maoist Centre) Spokesperson, Pampha Bhusal, said that Christmas has been declared as na

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Kathmandu, Dec 22: The Government of Japan has agreed to provide Rs 15.405 billion (16.636 billion Japanese Yen) loan assistance to Nepal for the Nagdhunga Tunnel Construction Project.    Japan has agreed to provide the loan assistance for 40 years at 0.01 per cent interest rate as per the agreement signed at the Ministry of Finance this morning.    The Exchange of Notes to this effect was signed by Finance Secretary Dr Shanta Raj Subedi and Japanese Ambassador to Nepal, Masashi Ogawa, on the presence of Deputy Prime Minister and Minster for Finance Krishna Bahadur Mahara and Minister for Physical Infrastrcuture and Transport, Ramesh Lekhak.    Likewise, J

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Bhaktapur, Dec 21: Rastriya Prajatantra Party Chairman Kamal Thapa has said that the constitution could not be amended in status quo.    At RPP central zone-level regional meeting organised here on Wednesday, Chairman Thapa said the constitution could not be amended without revisions noting that some points of constitution amendment proposal were against national interest.    Although all of the demands put forth by the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) are not likely to be addressed, some pertinent issues promoting national interest are considerable.    Chairman Thapa further said the constitution amendment bill registered in the Parliament can be re

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Chautara, Dec 21: The Chinese side has hinted to take initiative at central level to open the Tatopani check point soon as it was in the priority of the Chinese government. The Tatopani check point along the Nepal-China border has remained closed after the 25 April 2015 earthquake.    During the border security meeting between Nepal and China at Chautara on Wednesday, the Chinese side said the check point would be opened soon after bringing the damaged road into operation as the earthquake caused huge loss of physical property including roads along the Tibetan area.    Chief District Officer, Antar Bahadur Silwal, told Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) that sisterly rela

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The International Peace Youth Group (IPYG), a volunteer peace association organization for global youth groups, held a co-hosted event called the “Legislate Peace Campaign” for peacebuilding in association with Nepal Friendship Society (NFS), in Chitwan and “Art Competition for World Peace”  supported by We Can Group in Pokhara on 2 December.   Over 80 students from Naba Jagriti Primary School participated in the Legislate Peace Campaign held in Chitwan. The students actively engaged in various activities including writing and drawing with the theme of peace and hope. “This event is awesome and amazing for us to learn peace and play for peace.&rdqu

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Bhimduttanagar, Dec 7: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that construction works of Dodhara-Chandani dry port and bridge over the Mahakali river would start within the current fiscal year.   Prime Minister Dahal also expressed commitment to begin the construction task of the dry port by preparing a Detailed Project Report (DPR).  Saying that the government has forwarded construction work of four-lane bridge over the Mahakali river with top priority, he said talks have been already held with the Indian Prime Minister in this regard.   The PM further said that the government has been working for the expansion of industrial sector in the far-western region. &nb

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Kathmandu, Dec 7: The National Human Rights Commission has demanded that the government save the life of agitating Bikas Tiwari. Tiwari has been staging a hunger strike demanding reforms and facilities at Gajendra Narayan Singh Sagarmatha Zonal Hospital, Saptari.   Issuing a press release on Wednesday, the NHRC urged the government to be sensitive towards the health of agitating Tiwari, while drawing its attention towards his deteriorating health condition. 

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Kathmandu, Dec 7:  As many as 1,000 workers are being mobilized everyday in three districts of Kathmandu Valley to dig trench to lay the pipes for the supply of Melamchi drinking water.   The labourers are presently busy at different 40 places across the Valley laying the ground work for a network of drinking water pipes.   As per the project plan, the much awaited Melamchi water is arriving in the Kathmandu Valley by the coming Dashain (September). The Kathmandu Upatyaka Khanepani Ltd's project implementation directorate said the Valley would have eight reservoirs while pipes are being laid in 32 places.   Among 670 km pipes, 432 km has already been laid, said

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Kathmandu, Dec 7: Development partners have pledged to provide support to the possible extent for the post-earthquake reconstruction of Nepal.   The commitment was made at Wednesday's joint meeting held among the representatives of National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), Central Project Implementation Unit and development partners for the implementation of the reconstruction plan of action prepared by NRA Development Cooperation Coordination and Facilitation Committee.   The meeting has decided that the different development partners would mobilize aid at optimum level from their end to advance the reconstruction plan of action.   NRA Spokesperson Ram Prasad Thap

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