KATHMANDU, March 19: The Nepal Students Union (NSU), the student wing of the Nepali Congress, has protested demanding the resignation of the Minister of Home Affairs and the Minister of Finance.

Walk the Talk, Mr Home Minister!

December 31, 2022 08:00 am

The quick political rise of former celebrity TV journalist Rabi Lamichhane is, no doubt, one of the biggest surprises in Nepali politics in recent times. Within six months of forming a political party, Lamichhane has been successful in becoming the country’s deputy prime minister and home minister. The rise of Lamichhane, who is quite new to Nepali politics, to the all-important post of home minister at once, has created quite a buzz in the home ministry and police organizations.

KATHMANDU, Dec 17: Minister for Home Affairs, Bal Krishna Khand has directed the bodies concerned to provide security to non-government organizations (NGO).

BIRATNAGAR, April 25: The government has claimed that it has been able to improve safety and security than the incumbent government. According to the Minister for Home Affairs, Ram Bahadur Thapa, the country was “safer” than the past after the Nepal Communist Party led the government.