Interview

End practice of protesting by disrupting parliament-MP Neupane

Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) Kathmandu, Oct 7: Nepali Congress Member of Parliament Ishwari Devi Neupane has stressed the need to end the practice of protesting by disrupting the parliament. However, criticism and questioning from both sides in the house while maintaining parliamentary supremacy and dignity is a beautiful aspect of democracy. In a dialogue with RSS, she said that it …

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Russian, Chinese media working together a matter of survival of Russian and Chinese voices on a global stage: RT editor-in-chief

As voices from the West continue to dominate global public opinion, it is high time for developing countries to speak louder in the international arena. In a recent email interview, Margarita Simonyan (Simonyan), editor-in-chief of RT, shared with Global Times (GT) reporters Wang Wenwen and Xia Wenxin how media outlets from countries, such as Russia and China, have challenged the …

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China working to enable Nepal to benefit from Chinese modernization: Chinese Ambassador to Nepal

On September 26, China and Nepal issued a joint statement during Nepali Prime Minister (PM) Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda’s visit to China, agreeing to pursue high-quality BRI cooperation. Both countries expressed a readiness to deepen practical cooperation in such fields as infrastructure connectivity, trade, tourism, production capacity and investment, and further deepen and solidify Belt and Road cooperation to deliver …

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Thing says getting focused on development issues is lawmakers’ compulsion

Narayan Neupane/RSS Kathmandu, Sept 29 : Member of Parliament (MP) and Whip of the Nepali Congress parliamentary party Sushila Thing has shared that the dual responsibilities of lawmaking and carrying out development works have added to the sufferings of the lawmakers. Talking to the RSS for ‘RSS with Lawmaker, the NC MP said, “Getting focused on development issues is not …

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Lawmakers incompetent to deliver, argues Chair KC 

Narayan Neupane/RSS Kathmandu, Sept 26: “The harrowing fact at present is: major political parties’ character and behaviour have caused disappointment and discontent among people towards the loktantra and republic which we got with hard struggles.” It is what Chairman of Rastriya Janamorcha, Chitra Bahadur KC, asserts. He blames incompetence of lawmakers behind delayed and slack implementation of constitution and federalism. …

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BRI adopts much more comprehensive approaches than US and EU initiatives

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Through the lens of foreign pundits, we take a look at 10 years of the BRI – how it achieves win-win cooperation between China and participating countries of the BRI and how it has given the people of these countries a …

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Pragmatic ties require collaboration, dialogue and mutual learning

Europeans and British people need to be better educated about China, Kerry Brown, professor of Chinese Studies and director of the Lau China Institute at King’s College, London, told Global Times reporters Sun Wei and Gu Di in an exclusive interview. “I hope British and Europeans can… at least having more respect for Chinese values, Chinese culture and Chinese identity,” …

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Broad, constant growing cooperation between Uzbekistan and China within the BRI confirms both countries’ great promising friendly ties: former Uzbek deputy PM

Unlocked potential In September 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered an important speech in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, in which he proposed the idea of the “Silk Road Economic Belt.” Since then, an initiative that would have a significant impact on the world’s development and prosperity has taken root. Over the last decade, the vision of high-quality construction of …

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