Nepal | April 23, 2019

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  • Business

    International organic experts’ meet in May

    Kathmandu, April 22 Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development (MoALD) is planning to organise International Organic Experts’ Conference next month. A high-level task force for organic agriculture promotion announced today that the conference would be organised on May 14 and 15 in the...

  • Nepal

    Deuba slams party critics

    Jhapa, April 22 Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba today slammed the party’s critics and accused them of spreading rumour that the NC was a feeble opposition. Speaking at a press meet organised by Nepal Press Union Jhapa at Chandragadhi airport, Deuba vented ire on people who voted...

  • Art & Culture

    Paleti resumes to honour women in Nepali music

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  • Environment

    Removal of fuel in pool at Fukushima’s melted reactor begins

    TOKYO: The operator of the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant has begun removing fuel from a cooling pool at one of three reactors that melted down in the 2011 disaster, a milestone in the decades-long process to decommission the plant. Tokyo Electric Power Company said Monday that workers s...

  • Opinion

    Belt and Road Initiative: Nepal’s concern and commitment

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  • News Archives

    Reaction to Sri Lanka attacks

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