KATHMANDU, July 31: Police have arrested independent youths affiliated to Enough is Enough Campaign who were protesting peacefully in Baluwatar, demanding transparency and accountability from the Oli-led government. Nepal Police used force to disperse the crowd.
KATHMANDU, June 9: A group of youths including social activists and entrepreneurs staged a demonstration in front of the Prime Minister's Official Residence in Baluwatar on Tuesday afternoon with various demands.
KATHMANDU, Feb 24: Prime Minister and Nepal Communist Party (NCP) chairman KP Sharma Oli and another chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' have held a meeting at former's official residence at Baluwatar this morning.
KATHMANDU, Feb 4: In the picture, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and two senior leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party Madhav Kumar Nepal and Jhalanath Khanal are seen playing tunes with their flute and sarangi.
KATHMANDU, Jan 16: Minister for Communication and Information Technology Gokul Baskota has reiterated that it does not necessarily mean that the public land in Baluwatar has got seized only because someone erects flag on its premises.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli returned to Baluwatar Thursday evening “fit and fine” after undergoing treatment at Tokha-based Grande Hospital for two days. Oli underwent hemodialysis twice in this period. Emerging from the hospital, PM Oli said in a reassuring tone that he is all right. But during the two days when the PM was undergoing treatment larger public concern, including that of the media, was about PM’s office not informing the general public about the nature of ailment and the treatment he was administered. People were nearly kept in the dark about the health status of the head of the government. “What happened to the prime minister? Is the illness serious? Why does not the government update the people with regular health status?” People asked in the social media. Part of such response was triggered by rather conflicting and confusing statements coming from advisors of the prime minister. Earlier it was said that PM was in the hospital for a “regular check up.” PM’s press advisor would say the PM is all right and he would return home soon after, then the hospital administration would inform otherwise. It is good that PM has regained his health and reportedly has no problem in governing. We hope the PM will recover early and will be able to get back to work actively.
KATHMANDU, Sept 23: A delegation led by Chief of International Liaison Department of the Communist Party of China, Song Tao, met with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli at the latter's official residence, Baluwatar, on Monday.
KATHMANDU, April 7: It has come to light that a huge portion of land once attached to Lalita Niwas at Baluwatar is now in the possession of Bhatbhateni Super Market and the Non-Residential Nepali Association (NRNA). While Min Bahadur Gurung, the supermarket proprietor and his relatives own 60 ropani of the land, NRNA has three ropani one paisa.
Royal families, classy people, the finest and beautiful buildings , black topped clean wide roads, well dressed clean people and their pride; An image of unseen Baluwatar in me since my childhood. The image is still the same. This part of the city is supposed to be fascinating with its cleanliness and sophisticated residential planning. Kathmandu has been ranked as one of the most polluted cities. Yet; pollution here is unlikely.
KATHMANDU, Nov 10: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has received Bhai Tika. Prime Minister Oli's sisters Bishnu Maya Dhakal and Kamala Devi Koirala offered him tika at 11:55 am at his official residence in Baluwatar.
KATHMANDU, Oct 15: The senior- most justice of the Supreme Court (SC), Deepak Raj Joshee, skipped a tea reception hosted by Chief Justice (CJ) Om Prakash Mishra at his official residence in Baluwatar on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, Oct 6: In a sign of rapprochement with disgruntled factions in the party, chairmen duo of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) KP Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal have decided to hold the party's secretariat meeting on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, Oct 5: The meeting between Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal held at the former’s official residence in Baluwatar has decided to hold party’s central secretariat meeting on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, Sept 8: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, like his predecessors, has been widely criticized for using the prime minister's official residence at Baluwatar for the meetings of party committees and other non-official events. A gathering of the Oli clan has been scheduled at Baluwatar for Saturday.
KATHMANDU, July 14: Police have arrested more than 20 rights’ activists protesting in front of Prime Minister’s Residence, Balwatar. Of those arrested include Krishna Pahari, Gangadhar Adhikari, Krishna Kandel and Tika Paudel.
KATHMANDU, May 17: Both the chairpersons of CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) have jointly planted a sapling of Ginkgo Biloba on the premises of Baluwatar, a plant that survived the atomic bombing in Hiroshima and Nagashaki during the Second World War.
KATHMANDU, Nov 21: It was an unusual wait at the Prime Minister’s Office, Baluwatar on June 16, 2006. The then prime minister Girija Prasad Koirala was anticipating two rebel leaders. Following the second people’s revolution, a peace accord was in the offing. The then CPN-Maoist leaders, Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Dr. Baburam Bhattarai were on their way to Kathmandu to discuss the peace accord. Twenty five years after living underground, it was Dahal’s first time at Baluwatar. For Bhattarai, it was his second.
KATHMANDU, June 14: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is yet to move to his official residence in Baluwatar although it has been eight days since he was elected to the post of country's chief executive.
KATHMANDU, June 6: Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur was elected prime minister of the country on Tuesday. As Deuba becomes prime minister for the fourth time, he is also the country"s 40th head of government. Deuba has become prime minister the second-most often after Girija Prasad Koirala in Nepal's parliamentary history after democracy was reinstated by the 1990 popular movement.
KATHMANDU, April 19: The meeting between five major parties began in Prime Minister's official residence Baluwatar. PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal has summoned the meeting between the five largest parties in the parliament to discuss about the upcoming local level elections.
KATHMANDU, Dec 27: A tripartite meeting among the top leaders of Nepali Congress (NC), CPN (Maoist Center) and Federal Alliance (FA) has started at Baluwatar, the Prime Minister’s official residence on Tuesday afternoon.
KATHMANDU, Aug 30: Human rights activists today organised a sit-in in front of the Prime Ministerial official residence, Baluwatar demanding the government save the life of Ganga Maya Adhikari who is on a fast-onto-death at Bir Hospital to get murders of her son killed during the Maoist decade-long insurgency booked.
KATHMANDU, Aug 3: As his election as new prime minister is almost certain with the backing of 16 political parties including the largest party Nepali Congress and an independent lawmaker in parliament, CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal is going to head the government for a second time.
KATHMANDU, July 30: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal held discussions on the latest political development at former's official residence, Baluwatar on Saturday.
KATHMANDU, July 18: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who is adamant on not resigning but facing the no-confidence motion, has invited Chiefs of the major two political parties that had filed the motion against him, for a meeting on Monday evening.
KATHMANDU, July 11: At a time when the talk about a change in the government is at its peak, Chairman of CPN (Maoist Center) Pushpa Kamal Dahal has reached the Prime Minister’s residence, Baluwatar, to hold a decisive talk with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.