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There is an acute shortage of drinking water particularly in the Mid-Western and Far-Western hilly regions. As a result people are compelled to drink contaminated water.

 

Nepal’s “transitional parliament” ceased to exist on Friday, a day before the nomination process for elections to the provincial and federal parliament, the first time under the two-year old new constitution, began.

 

Nepal is several notches ahead of India and its other South Asian neighbours in the campaign to reduce hunger, according to the Global Hunger Index.

 

Nepal government has come up with a strategy of enhancing  exports of various products as per the Nepal Trade Integration strategy.

 

Nepal government has come up with a strategy of enhancing  exports of various products as per the Nepal Trade Integration strategy.

 

The Legislature-Parliament Tuesday passed the much-awaited Health Insurance Bill, ensuring all citizens will have their health ensured and get basic health services from government-run hospitals and private ones.

 

The gruesome killing of a businessman in Kathmandu Monday has shocked the entire nation. People are beginning to question if there is law and order in this country.

 

 

The Legislature-Parliament Sunday passed a bill related to the presidential and vice-presidential elections under the new constitution adopted by the second Constituent Assembly on September 20, 2015.

 

In a most unexpected development, the Communist Party of Nepal(Unified-Marxist Leninist), the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)

 

The coming together of like-minded people or political parties driven by a common ideology and principles would generally be taken as a welcome move.

 


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