KATHMANDU, Dec 7: A case has been filed against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Nepal Communist Party (NCP) chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal at the Supreme Court.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: Two days ahead of conducting the hearing of proposed ambassadors to India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Malaysia, the members of Parliamentary Hearing Special Committee (PHSC) consulted with the former Nepalese ambassadors to enquire the existing practices of picking ambassadors.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh has said dissatisfaction over the government’s working style has been increasing even among the leaders of the ruling parties.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: The twelfth meeting of the Joint Consultation Mechanism between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Nepal and China has been rescheduled for December 13, officials said on Friday.

KHOTANG, Dec. 7: Former Prime Minister and Chief of Naya Shakti Party, Nepal Dr Baburam Bhattarai has asked the representatives of local governments to do away with corruption.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: For the second week in a row, Minister for Communication and Information Technology Gokul Baskota, one of the most trusted lieutenants of Prime Minister KP Oli, has lambasted private media houses, accusing them of publishing baseless news reports against the government.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: Senior Nepali Congress (NC) leader Ram Chadra Paudel has said that the arbitrary privatization of various state-owned enterprises (SOEs) had prevented the party from achieving socialism as envisioned by the party’s founding leader BP Koirala.

MoFA begins probe against envoy Sherpa

December 7, 2018 05:07 am

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has started internal investigation into the alleged involvement of Nepal's ambassador to Australia Lucky Sherpa in human trafficking.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: The Supreme Court on Thursday acquitted former Inspector General of Police Motilal Bohara of corruption charges.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: The Nepali Congress' student wing, Nepal Students Union, has padlocked the office of the TU vice-chancellor and other senior officials at Kirtipur alleging massive financial irregularities in the issuance of permission to run Bachelor's in Computer Applications (BCA) courses to 116 private colleges. The permissions were granted in September.