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Published On: November 23, 2019 06:00 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

India’s new map upon Oli’s prior consent: Deuba

President of the main opposition party Nepali Congress Sher Bahadur Deuba has claimed that India unveiled the new political map placing Nepali territories inside Indian borders after receiving a green signal from Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.

Lumbini Tourism Promotion, Industrial, Trade and Agriculture Expo underway

Hari Lodh of Marchwar Rupandehi was busy in taking selfie having the Rani Mahal on the background. Although he is eager to visit the Rani Mahal in Palpa, popularly known as the Taj Mahal of Nepal, he has failed to manage time for that. Therefore, he has satisfied himself having a view of the replica of Rani Mahal in the ongoing Lumbini Tourism Promotion, Industrial, Trade and Agriculture Expo in Bhairahawa of Rupandehi.

Local people in Mugu share happiness after having their houses reconstructed

Sexagenarian Sangbo Lama of Mugum Karmarong-4 was elated after his family and other 18 neighboring families were handed a well-managed five-room newly built house with a toilet on November 16, eighteen months after their shelter turned to ashes back in April 2018.

Agriculture ministry is my choice: Minister Bhushal

 Newly-appointed Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development Ghana Shyam Bhushal on Saturday has said he took the helm of the ministry according to his choice.

Addressing a press meet at Bhairahawa Airport, Minister Bhushal reiterated that he chose the ministry based on his morality although many politicians rarely choose it.

Campus siege nears end as Hong Kong gears up for election

Kohli ton stretches India lead in Kolkata pink-ball test


Skipper Virat Kohli aced the pink-ball challenge with a sparkling 130 not out to help India consolidate their position against Bangladesh on day two of the second and final test at Eden Gardens on Saturday.

Kohli went into India’s first day-night test wary of the exaggerated swing of the heavily-lacquered ball but displayed no signs of any discomfort and helped India to 289-4 at lunch.


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