KATHMANDU, June 16: With the parliamentary hearing committee endorsing his name as Chief Justice, the Office of the President has started preparations to organize a special event to administer oath of office and secrecy to Chief Justice Hari Krishna Karki.
President Ram Chandra Paudel's recent decision to certify the Citizenship Amendment Bill has raised serious concerns about the constitutional integrity of his actions. By endorsing the bill in this manner, President Paudel not only set a dangerous precedent but also challenged the very constitution he is entrusted to protect.
KATHMANDU, April 18: Following a deterioration in his health condition, President Ram Chandra Poudel has been admitted to TU Teaching Hospital in Maharajgunj. Sources indicate that an infection has been detected in Poudel’s stomach as a result of gastritis problem.
KATHMANDU, April 14: President Ram Chandra Paudel awarded 45 artists including Rajesh Hamal, Neer Shah, Deepak Raj Giri with honors and medals on the occasion of New Year on Friday. President Paudel distributed medals at a ceremony held at Sheetal Niwas.
The President must not forget the fact that the appointments of several advisors come at a cost to taxpayers, and with the country already facing a looming financial crisis, it is not prudent to spend money on unnecessary appointments.
KATHMANDU, March 17: President Ramchandra Paudel is going to congratulate the Nepal National Cricket Team who succeeded in making a place in the Global Qualifier of the Cricket World Cup by finishing third in the ICC Cricket World Cup League Two.
KATHMANDU, March 13: President Ram Chandra Paudel was administered the oath of office and secrecy at Sheetal Niwas amid a special function today. Paudel who was elected to the top post on March 9 is officially Nepal’s new president.
KATHMANDU, March 13: After serving as president for two terms, Bidya Devi Bhandari is leaving Sheetal Niwas today, which has been her official residence for almost 7 and a half years. Her second term as president ended on March 12.
Nepal recently got a new president and there are high hopes among the citizens from the new president, Ram Chandra Poudel. Every citizen expects that the new president will act as a guardian and protector of the constitution and will not act against the norms of the constitution and law, unlike his predecessors.
KATHMANDU, March 9: Nepali Congress (NC) General Secretary and Member of Parliament Gagan Kumar Thapa has said that the President, who will be elected today, should separate himself from the party structure and play a role of the guardian of the nation and the people.
KATHMANDU, March 9: The voting under the election to the President has concluded. The voting took place at two separate voting centers for the federal parliament members and the provincial assembly members set up at Lhotse Hall of the Federal Parliament Building at New Baneshwor today. The voting was held from 10AM to 3PM.
KATHMANDU, March 9: The voting process for the presidential election has concluded, and now arrangements are underway for the tallying of votes. The Election Commission (EC) has announced that the vote counting will commence at 4 pm.
KATHMANDU, March 6: Senior leader of the Nepali Congress Ram Chandra Poudel has said that he considers the matter of protecting and upholding the constitution and democracy, which he fought for his whole life, to be the most important responsibility as the Head of the State.
KATHKATHMANDU, March 5: A meeting of the eight-party alliances is being held today. It is said that the issues of cabinet expansion and presidential election will be discussed in the meeting to be held at the Prime Minister's residence, Baluwatar, this afternoon.
POKHARA, March 3:Provincial assembly members of Gandaki Province held a meeting in Pokhara, the provincial capital, on Friday with the aim of persuading Nepal Congress (NC) leader Ram Chandra Paudel, who is a prospective presidential candidate, to safeguard the interests of the ruling eight-party coalition.
KATHMANDU, March 2: UML candidate for the presidency, Subash Chandra Nemwang, is going to meet the top leaders of other parties today and ask for votes. It is said that he is preparing to personally meet the leaders of CPN (Unified Socialist), Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) and Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) and ask them to vote for him.
KATHMANDU, Feb 28: The code of conduct for presidential and vice-presidential elections is being enforced. The code of conduct will be enforced from Wednesday (March 1) to March 19 after the publication of the final list of candidates at 5 pm. The presidential election is being held on March 23 and the vice-presidential election on March 3.
KATHMANDU, Feb 25: The ruling party, CPN (Maoist Center), along with seven other political parties in parliament, have decided to endorse the Nepali Congress (NC) candidate for the presidential election scheduled for March 9.