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  • As NEA starts earning profit, staff lobby for bonus

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Staff of Nepal Electricity Authority, the state-owned electricity producer, manager and distributor, have demanded that they be provided with a hefty bonus as the entity began earning profit after a long time. The official trade union of the Authority has recently submitted a letter to the Authority’s Managing Director Kul Man Ghising demanding that all the staff be provided with the bonus, equal to their one month pay, on the occasion of its 33rd anniversary being celebrated after few days. The letter signed by the trade union’s Chairman Janardan Bhattarai ar

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  • Foreign employment fraud: Govt receives 2,129 complaints in one year

    Kathmandu, July 24/ The Department of Foreign Employment says it has received as many as 2,129 complaints about fraud cases with assurances of foreign employment in the recently concluded fiscal year 2017/18 (from mid-July 2017 to mid-July 2018). The complainants have claimed that they have been deceived of Rs 1.522 billion in total. In the previous year, the number of complaints was more than the number recorded in 2017/18. However, the amount the victims were defrauded of is significantly more in the later year. In 2016/17, the money that the victims they claimed to have lost was just Rs 7

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  • Traffic police launch crackdown on Kathmandu cabs after cheating complaints

    Kathmandu, July 24/ The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division says it has launched a crackdown on taxis and private light vehicles providing rental services, after it received complaints galore that they cheated customers. The Division has mobilised police in civvies and total 57 vehicles have been booked for overcharging passengers in past one week. Each of the vehicles providing services to passengers going to and from Tribhuvan International Airport have been fined Rs 3,000. The Division’s spokesperson, SP Surendra Prasad Mainali, says the Division decided to mobilise plainclothes c

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  • Province 2 government says it is worried about kidnapped child

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Province 2 minister for internal affairs and law Gyanendra Yadav has said the province government is serious about the status of Ankit Shah who was abducted from Jeetpur of Simara Sub Metropolis-7 one and half months ago. Talking to RSS, the minister said the government was serious about rescuing the child safely. The nine- year-old child was kidnapped on June 5. "Talks are underway with the high level security body in the province to find possible ways for bringing back the child safely," he said. According to him, the police administration is closer to the incident

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  • PM accuses NC of not showing democratic character

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Prime Minister and Chair of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN), KP Sharma Oli has accused main opposition Nepali Congress of developing a culture in seeing other parties in the government autocratic while staying in opposition. In his address to a programme organised by the CPN Secretariat today on the occasion of the 40th Memorial Day of CPN’s founding general secretary Pushpalal today, the party chair said it was not appropriate to describe the government with people’s two-thirds majority ‘totalitarian’. He went on to say that reactionary forces got

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  • NC's support to Dr KC unfortunate: Dahal

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' today said that it was unfortunate for a democratic Nepali Congress (NC) to support protesting Prof Dr Gobinda KC. "NC's existence is on the verge of an end as it is seeking various pretexts to obstruct the two-thirds majority government to do its job," he said at the programme organised here to mark the 40th Memorial Day of Pushpalal by the Pushpalal Memorial Foundation. Saying the NC's activities have generated suspicion that it is trying to destroy federal democracy in the name of Dr KC, he said

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  • Minor problems will get resolved easily: PM Oli

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the minor problems surfacing in the country would be resolved easily. Speaking at a programme organized to give away the awards founded by Chinnalata Guthi here in the capital today, Prime Minister Oli said that he will realize the public mandate of making a prosperous Nepal as he was elected to the post for the same. He also stressed on transparent and effective works. He also committed supporting the development of arts and literature in the country. Various personalities have been honored with Chhinnalata Award-2074 BS on Mon

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