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Published On: March 30, 2018 06:00 PM NPT

Govt issues white paper to bring budget discipline

Nepal government issued a white paper with aims to improve current situation. Yubaraj Khatiwada, the minister of Finance said that the government’s treasury was almost empty due to poor budget discipline.  

PM Oli follows suit to visit India first

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will follow suit of his predecessors by making his first foreign trip to India from April 6-8.

Weekend Hangout

Republica Online brings weekend hangouts in Kathmandu that you can hop in to for some good music, a bottle of beer and some mouth watering food. We bring venues, bands at your screen and help you decide with some recommended dish to try.

TSC postpones temporary teachers examinations indefinitely

Exams for temporary teachers have been postponed indefinitely after the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) cited that the exam would only fulfill partial teacher requirements, thereby further affecting education. Earlier today, three student unions had protested demanding postponing of the exams and called for an indefinite educational strike if the government didn’t scrap the ninth amendment of the Education Act that provisions 75 per cent reservation for temporary teachers in the examination. 

Expanding NA's domestic fleet, easing passengers tops Minister's list

The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has put forward a promising plan to expand domestic flight coverage of Nepal Airlines, improving air traffic congestions and easing passenger’s experiences at the airport within 100 days. 

Stage set for DPL in Dhangadhi

Preparation has been completed for 'Ruslan Dhangadhi Premier League (DPL)' Cricket Tournament. The tournament featuring six teams is starting from tomorrow. 



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