December 14 ,2017 , 03:46 PM
Head of Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) Publicity Department, Liu Qibao, has recently praised Nepal's long standing commitment towards the basic tenets of "One China Policy".
Despite massive protests against the constitution amendment bill, the government seems hell-belt in endorsing it in the parliament. On Saturday, the leaderships of the ruling parties-Nepali congress and CPN (Maoist-Center) told the Madhesi/minority constituencies that they will endorse the controversial bill at any cost.
30 vehicles vandalised during banda
A total of 30 vehicles were damaged across the nation on Tuesday during a general strike called by the UCPN (Maoist)-led 30-party alliance and the CPN-Maoist.
The ruling CPN (UML) has on Monday forwarded a proposal to the Madhes-based parties to join the government. During a meeting held at the UML Parliamentary Party Office in Singha Durbar, UML Chairman K. P Oli made
(Xinhua) China and Malaysia on Monday pledged to cement their economic ties by promoting bilateral trade and investment amid a closer partnership.
The logo for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games has been scrapped after allegations that it was plagiarised.
Since May, corruption scandals within the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) have been constantly exposed.
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has congratulated the Nepali Cricket Team and Captain Paras Khadka for a victory against Uganda in Malaysia on Thursday in the ICC World Cricket League Division Three for the second time.
Nepal advances to ICC WCL Division II Nepal has advanced to the ICC World Cricket League Division II after defeating Malaysia by 36 runs under the Duckworth–Lewis method in a rain-marred match at Selangor Turf Club, Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.
(Xinhua) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday lowered its global growth forecasts for the next two years with marked divergence among major economies.
Anuj Mani Timilsina has been acting as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Century Bank for the last few months. Prior to joining this commercial bank, he was affiliated with Nepal Investment Bank. Timilsina has, indeed, a proven track record in terms of his professional career. The Weekly Mirror talked to him about the bank’s current financial situation, its plans and new developments in the banking sector.
(Xinhua) Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday lauded China for the initiatives on the establishment of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and the Silk Road Fund, saying that these are the important sources of capital for developing countries.
The Acapulco Historical Museum of Mexico exhibits a model of a sailing ship - the world-famous Manila Galleon, which is also known as the China Ship.
Six weeks after former Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai quit the UCPN (Maoist), four dozen leaders close to him on Tuesday decided to join his ongoing campaign on forming a new political force.
On a day when customs points along the India-Nepal international border saw renewed tension, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli warned India not to interfere in the internal affairs.
The country has recently got two women in two of the highest state offices for the first time in its history.
(Xinhua) Chinese Premier Li Keqiang extended congratulations Monday to Chairman of Nepal's Communist Party (Unified Marxist-Leninist) Khadga Prashad Sharma Oli on his assumption of Nepal's premiership.
Relations between India and Nepal have never been as bad as they are today. Differences and disagreements between land-locked Nepal and its giant neighbor are not new. The airing of these publicly is also an old story, as are Indian and Nepalese politicians taking swipes at each other.
The U.S. is transfixed by its multibillion-dollar electoral circus. The European Union is paralyzed by austerity, fear of refugees, and now all-out jihad in the streets of Paris. So the West might be excused if it’s barely caught the echoes of a Chinese version of Roy Orbison’s “All I Have to Do Is Dream.” And that new Chinese dream even comes with a road map.
The Indian blockade coupled with Terai unrest is taking a heavy toll on the country.
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