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Published On: November 27, 2018 06:00 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

Judicial Council recommends Joshee, Rana for Chief Justice

Secretary of the Judicial Council secretariat, Nripadhoj Niraula, told Republica Online that senior-most justices Deepak Raj Joshee and Cholendra Sumsher Rana have been recommended for appointment as the chief justice of the apex court.

Social security scheme launched with fanfare to show govt's presence: PM Oli

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that the social security scheme has been launched with much fanfare and gusto to demonstrate the presence of the government. Launching the much-talked social security program at Nepal Academy in the capital today Prime Minister Oli said so with pride and added that the laborers would answer if they were asked where the government is.

The role of United States was important in Nepal's development: NCP chair Dahal

Co-chairperson of Nepal Communist Party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal extend thanks to the United States of America and its people for their important role in Nepal’s peace process and constitution writing. He highlighted Nepal's peace process as an example to the whole world. 

Cooperatives Manager held on charge of embezzling Rs 6.6 million

Police here have arrested Founding Manager of Prabhat Saving and Credit Cooperatives from Sisahaniya of Rapti rural municipality-1 in Dang district. Manager Ramita Chaudhary was arrested from Bhalubang bazaar while she was heading to Kathmandu from Ghorahi last night. 

Bangladeshi Ex-PM Khaleda "ineligible" for elections as court bars convicted people from polls

A High Court division bench in Bangladesh on Tuesday ordered that nobody can compete in polls if he or she is imprisoned for more than two years, media reports said. It means that Former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia has become "ineligible" for general elections slated for Dec. 30,  Xinhua News Agency reported referring to the officials.

Newcastle revival continues with victory at Burnley

Newcastle United surged clear of the Premier League relegation zone after a Ben Mee own goal and Ciaran Clark’s header in the first half helped them to a 2-1 win at struggling Burnley on Monday. Newcastle celebrated a third successive league victory after failing to win any of their opening 10 fixtures and moved up to 13th place on 12 points from 13 games.


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