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Bashing Xizang urbanization exposes West’s colonialist mind-set

In the eyes of some Western forces, it seems that backwardness and poverty should be the true feature of Southwest China’s Xizang Autonomous Region. With an ulterior motive of hindering China’s development, they try to project their colonialist past onto today’s China by discrediting China’s urbanization process in Xizang. Through a filthy, biased lens, they fail to see the realistic …

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Provoke once, counter once; the greater the provocation, the stronger the countermeasure

Taiwan’s regional leader Lai Ching-te bears two prominent “labels”: a complete “worker for Taiwan independence” and a thorough “peace disruptor.” These labels were once again reaffirmed in his so-called inaugural speech on May 20. The speech was filled with hostility and provocation, lies and deception. In it, Lai took an even more radical and reckless stance on “Taiwan independence,” vigorously …

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Sirohiya remanded to custody for three days

Janakpurdham, May 22: An order has been issued to investigate keeping Chairperson of Kantipur Media Publications, Kailash Sirohiya, in custody for three days. Sirohiya was arrested on offense related to his citizenship on Tuesday from Kathmandu. A single bench of Judge at the District Court Dhanusha, Janakpurdham, Churaman Khadka, issued the verdict to this effect, said Deputy Superintendent of Police …

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Press Release: Prospects and Challenges of Regional Cooperation in South Asia

Press Release ISSI hosts Roundtable with SAARC Secretary General on “Prospects and Challenges of Regional Cooperation in South Asia” The India Study Centre at the Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) organised a Roundtable Discussion, titled “Prospects and Challenges of Regional Cooperation in South Asia”, with Ambassador Golam Sarwar, Secretary General of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). The …

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PM Dahal inaugurates ‘international dialogue’

Kathmandu, May 22: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has inaugurated the ‘Mountains, Human and Climate Change: International Dialogue of Experts’ in Kathmandu today by pouring water to a plant. The dialogue is organized to draw the attention of the international community to the impact of climate change on the mountains. Also, it is to strengthen action based on mountain …

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Cooperatives fund embezzlement: Taskforce meeting on

Kathmandu, May 21: A parliamentary probe committee formed to investigate the embezzlement of cooperatives’ funds is going on in the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs now. The meeting is held to sort out the terms of reference to proceed with the actions. The meeting is attended by CPN UML Chief Whip Mahesh Bartaula, Nepali Congress Joint General Secretary …

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NC’s parliament obstruction is unparliamentary: Prime Minister Dahal

Kathmandu, May 20: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the main opposition Nepali Congress has demonstrated unparliamentary behaviour by not creating a comfortable environment for the Prime Minister to take a vote of confidence as per the constitution. Responding to the queries raised on the discussions on the vote of confidence motion in the House of Representatives …

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