KATMANDU, Dec 16: Ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP)’s Standing Committee meeting, which started in the capital on Saturday after a gap of months, witnessed a heated debate at the outset after one of the party’s top leaders presented agendas for the meeting.
KATHMANDU, Aug 29: The 16th ministerial-level BIMSTEC meeting held in Kathmadu on Wednesday endorsed the text of draft Summit Declaration and recommended that to the leaders of the BIMSTEC member states for approval.
KATHMANDU, Aug 28: The meeting of the senior officials, including the foreign secretaries, of the member countries of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) has concluded on Tuesday.
BIRGUNJ, Dec 3: Candidates of the parliamentary and provincial elections spent days to form their agendas and strategies with hopes of impressing the voters. Unfortunately, their agendas have turned ineffective to attract the voters.
BIRGUNJ, Nov 30: Candidates of the parliamentary and provincial elections spent days to form their agendas and strategies with hopes of impressing the voters. Unfortunately, their agendas have turned ineffective to attract the voters.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16: In every election, voters expect the candidates to come up with new ideas and agendas that can make vast improvements in their localities. Besides that, they also expect the candidates to make sure that their agendas are different than that of their rivals.
DHARAN, Nov 11: While parties across the country have already started their campaigns for the upcoming parliamentary and provincial polls, the candidates in Dharan are struggling to find proper agenda to woo the voters. The candidates are in a time pressure as the date for the elections is inching closer.
To woo voters candidates are pitching themselves with impressive agendas through door-to-door visits and mass assemblies. In this context, Republica talked to provincial assembly candidates from several political parties in Myagdi about their candidacies and their main agendas. Here are the excerpts:
TULSIPUR, June 20: With the successful conclusion of the filing of candidacies a day ago, the local polls slated for June 28 is confirmed to take place as planned. Locals of provinces 1, 5 and 7, where the elections are being held, are excited to have new mayors and chiefs of their respective rural municipalities. With the election day just eight days away, Republica talked with some of the candidates of Tulsipur Sub-metropolitan City in Dang district on what they would contribute if they win. Excerpts:
RAUTAHAT, Nov 21: Nepali Congress (NC) leader Ram Chandra Poudel on Sunday said that impeachment motion against CIAA chief Lokman Singh Karki was raised in the parliament to overshadow national agendas.
BIRATNAGAR, June 11: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the government is ready to address the demands of the disgruntled parties on Saturday.
Inaugurating Tarini Prasad Koirala Smriti Sanchargram in Biratnagar today, Oli said the government will address the demands of the agitating parties if they come to a dialogue with logical agendas. "Put forth your clear-cut demands mentioning the Articles of the Constitution, the government will address them," Oli said, claiming that the Constitution has not discriminated anyone in the country.