KATHMANDU, Dec 19: Transparency International Nepal (TIN) has urged the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) not to award contracts for smart license and printing of passports to any firms without inviting competitive bids.

KATHMANDU, June 10: A survey conducted by Transparency International Nepal has shown slight improvement in public service delivery at the local levels in the aftermath of the local elections held last year.

KATHMANDU, May 8: Expressing serious concern over parliament's move to drop the provision of suspending crime-accused Members of Parliament (MPs) from the parliamentary regulation, Transparency International Nepal (TIN) has urged the government to revise the regulation without further delay.

KATHMANDU, March 19: The students of Purna Hira Secondary School at Bansgadhi Municipality-8 in Bardia district have to endure up to 44 degree Celsius during summer as they study under corrugated zinc sheet roofs due to the lack of proper buildings. Of the total 522 students at the school, 65 percent are from the Tharu community.

KATHMANDU, Oct 12: Transparency International Nepal has urged all political parties to field the candidates with clean image while contesting in upcoming parliamentary and provincial elections.

KATHMANDU, September 11: Transparency International Nepal (TIN) has called on the government to issue a white paper on the Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) land procurement scam right away.

KATHMANDU, April 18: Believe it or not, most of the quake-stricken schools are still continuing classes in makeshift tents in the capital city two years after the massive earthquake struck Nepal.

KATHMANDU, Jan 23: Expressing serious concerns over the discrepancies in the details related to the earthquake victims, the Transparency International-Nepal (TI-N) has urged the government to conduct data validation in the earthquake-affected districts before distributing the second tranche of the housing reconstruction grant.