Govt authorizes team for PTA

The meeting of the Council of Ministers held today at the Prime Minister's official residence at Baluwatar, authorized the team led by energy secretary Rajendra Kishor Chhetri to enter into the PTA with India, said Information and Communications Minister Dr Minendra Rijal.MORE



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  • The entire nation celebrated Janmashtami. It is natural to remember Kurukshetra when we remember Lord Krishna.

    Narendra Modi
  • People affected by Sunkoshi landslide going through tremendous psychological pressure- Need to provide Psychological First Aid.

    Tara Adhikari
  • Pashupati's way of differentiating between Hindus and non-Hindus is totally anachronistic, arbitrary and absurd. Everyone must be allowed in.

    Kunda Dixit
  • We want & welcome Indian investment. But don't want to see Nepali people cheated & only a fistful of Nepali leaders gain during the process

    Nepali Journalists
  • Wondering why Finance Minister (Dr @ramsmahat) increased the registration cost of motorbikes. Is it because he drives an expensive 4WD?

    Nepali Journalists
  • India budget of INR 37,880 crore for highways good for subcontinent as a whole. But it could spur further exploitation of Nepal's Chure/Siwalik.

    Kanak Mani Dixit
  • Symbolism as important as substance in loud and melodramatic democracies like India - National Symbols / Like Unity/Patel Memorial important

    Samir Saran
  • When will our newsrooms realize they can control google ads? "meet pretty girls" ads are a bit distasteful next to a sexual violence story.

    Paavan Mathema
  • The announcement of Sushma's visit to Nepal may activate lobbyists of 'Hindu Rastra' and Monarchy. She would do well to ignore them.

    SD Muni
  • While preparing to visit Nepal next month Modi must restrain BJP's Hindutva forces who are promising the revival of Hindu Rastra & Monarchy.

    SD Muni
  • The Maoist defeat proves yet again their 2008 victory was a fluke- coupled with their intimidation & people's desire 4 peace.

    Nepali Journalists
  • After reading @setopati report of Rahman one can easily say its had been done to terrorize common civilian. Is police going for vendetta?

    Pramod Bhagat
  • "The only way to bring about the leveling of caste is to appropriate the culture, the education which is the strength of the higher castes. That done, you have what you want." -Vivekananda

    Nilambar Acharya
  • Politics prevails over national interest again. Opposition obstructed budget session second day also.

    Ram Sharan Mahat
  • In most authoritarian regimes - military or otherwise - the first chop falls on media. Happened in #Nepal, happening in Thailand.

    Damakant Jayshi



  • Protecting women in the Gulf Protecting women in the Gulf

    The government should develop a mechanism to learn from the experiences of returnees and should teach the migrants to handle difficult situations in the alien land. The government has to ensure that all the women leaving the country for Gulf to work as maids are well aware of socio-cultural factors, legal provisions and ways to claim rights.

    Sangeeta Rijal

  • Planning Commission: Myths and Realities Planning Commission: Myths and Realities

    NPC reforms should be oriented toward establishing an institution that would replace the existing NPC system with a purely advisory agency that would conduct extensive research and advise various layers of governments on the formulation, implementation and evaluation of public policies.

    Thaneshwar Bhusal


  • You can be a memory champion You can be a memory champion

    Would you also like to be a memory champion? Believe it or not, you can also be a memory champion. But the first thing you need to do is to come up with a memory system, called mnemonic that helps you remember many things.

    Om Baniya

  • Bio-medical understanding of Ebola viral infection

    Yes many people from Africa do visit Nepal so they can bring virus to Nepal. But there is no need to panic. As direct contact with an infected person is required for the virus to spread, health officials say the risk to the public is “very low”.

    Sagar Regmi

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