First of all, let us congratulate India for celebrating its 71st Republic Day with all the usual tadak-bhadak that comes with hosting a parade. I think our government should also do the same and not confine the usual Republic Day program inside Tundikhel. Our netas and Nepal Army should celebrate all parades out on the streets. Let us all stand by the sidewalks and clap, wave our flags and enjoy the parades outside Tundikhel. Why not host the celebration along the Ring Road route?
KATHMANDU, Jan 27: On the occasion of its 71st Republic Day, India gifted 36 ambulances and six buses to various hosKATHMANDU, Jan 27: On the occasion of its 71st Republic Day, India gifted 36 ambulances and six buses to various hospitals, non-profit organizations and educational institutions on Sunday.pitals, non-profit organizations and educational institutions on Sunday.
This Republic Day passed just like all the other days that we designate to commemorate important national milestones, with the sort of lukewarm remembrance that borders on indifference. Apart from presenting the budget of the government, by the government, and for the government, there wasn’t a whole lot that happened during the day.
KATHMANDU, May 29: Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba today offered a message of best wishes to all Nepalis living home and abroad on Republic Day. He deliberated the message of greetings paid tribute to all martyrs who sacrificed their lives to establish and reestablish democracy.
KATHMANDU, May 28: Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Banskota has said that there need not be 'smell of gunpowder in the society' as the republican system was already established in the country after a long struggle of people.