KATHMANDU, Aug 18: As the last rites of former Indian Prime Minister and veteran Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee were performed in New Delhi on Friday, many in Kathmandu have expressed deep condolences on his passing away, recalling him as a true friend of Nepal.

KATHMANDU, August 18: Following implementation of the Criminal Code 2017 from Friday, emergency patients will suffer further as doctors have decided to play it safe and protect themselves rather than treat patients without any fear.

KATHMANDU, Aug 17: Minister for Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, today had a brief courtesy meeting with Minister of External Affairs of India, Ms Sushma Swaraj.

NC acting president Nidhi off to Delhi

August 17, 2018 13:45 pm

KATHMANDU, Aug 17: Nepali Congress acting president Bimalendra Nidhi has left for New Delhi, India to attend the last rites of former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

KATHMANDU, Aug 17: A new set of laws to replace the one-and-a-half centuries old Muluki Ain (Civil Code) that introduces sweeping reforms in the traditional legal practices and legal provisions to deal with modern technology-based crimes has come into effect from Friday.

KATHMANDU, Aug 17: Majority of the lawmakers at a parliamentary committee have stressed the need for implementing the deal signed between the government and Dr Govinda KC and bringing the Medical Education Act in line with the agreement. However, a few lawmakers insisted that the new act should not infringe upon the rights of the provinces.

KATHMANDU, Aug 17: The government has proposed up to three years in jail and Rs 1 million fine for those taking residence facilities from the state even though they have a house, land, a job or enough property.

KATHMANDU, Aug 17: In view of the upcoming BIMSTEC summit scheduled in Kathmandu starting from August 30, the government has started decorating the Kathmandu Valley.

KATHMANDU, Aug 17: Majority of the lawmakers at a parliamentary committee have stressed the need for implementing the deal signed between the government and Dr Govinda KC and bringing the Medical Education Act in line with the agreement. However, a few lawmakers insisted that the new act should not infringe upon the rights of the provinces.

LALITPUR, Aug 16: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has urged one and all not to doubt implementation of constitution and government activities on exercising loktantra.