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September 5, 2018 18:00 PM Republica


Prime Minister should step down on moral ground
Lawmaker of main opposition Nepali Congress Amaresh Kumar Singh has demanded resignation of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.
Addressing a parliament meeting in New Baneshwar on Wednesday, Singh said that the Prime Minister should step down on moral ground arguing that the government violated the Constitutional provisions.

Mahabir Pun puts his medals for sale
Dr. Mahabir Pun has put his medals for online auction to raise funds for National Innovation Center (NIC)'s operation in a sustainable manner. 

Two hundred women and children rescued
As many as 210 women and children have been rescued in the last three years from Jhulaghat, the western border transit point between Nepal and India in Baitadi district. 

Nabin Ghimire recommended as CIAA chief
The Constitutional Council (CC) has recommended Nabin Kumar Ghimire, acting Chief Commissioner of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), as a new (CIAA) chief commissioner.

Saudi Arabia declares online satire punishable offence, with up to 5 years of imprisonment
Saudi Arabia will punish online satire that “disrupts public order” with up to five years in prison, the public prosecutor said Tuesday, as the kingdom cracks down on dissent.

Man Utd boss Mourinho ‘accepts 1-year jail sentence’ over tax fraud case
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has accepted a one-year suspended prison sentence and a €2 million fine as part of his tax fraud case with the Spanish authorities, according to reports in Spain.


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