Nepal | October 19, 2019

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    Kathmandu, October 18 Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba today said NC should work responsibly to win hearts of people so that the party could win elections in the future. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of a training programme organised by NC Central Policy, Research and Trai...

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    MoF seeks details of stalled, incomplete, defunct projects

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    Deteriorating air quality: Let’s join the climate strike

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    ‘It was like war,’ says South Korea after Pyongyang match

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