“If the Supreme Court gives a verdict in favor of house dissolution, NC will go for the polls.”

KATHMANDU, Dec 3: As a fresh instance of confrontation between the federal and provincial government, Province 2 Government on Thursday knocked the doors of the apex court, citing interference by the federal government on the matters under its jurisdiction.

The government asking the citizens to pay for the treatment of COVID-19 is against the constitution and the verdicts issued by the country’s top court.

KATHMANDU, July 26: A hearing on a review petition filed by the Office of the Attorney General against the Supreme Court's decision to reduce jail term of former Deputy Inspector General of the Armed Police Force Ranjan Koirala is taking place on Sunday.

KATHMANDU, Oct 25: The Supreme Court has released five detainees during the Dashain holidays. “Five detainees were released after their detention was found illegal,” Nagendra Prasad Kalakheti, spokesperson of the Supreme Court, told Republica on Wednesday.

NEW DELHI, Sept 27: Indian Supreme Court Wednesday has ruled in favor of the country’s controversial biometric identity scheme known as Aadhaar. In its verdict, the apex court mentioned that the scheme is not unconstitutional and does not violate the right to privacy. But the five-judge constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said that linking the identification number with bank accounts and mobile connections or school admissions cannot be compulsory. Nor should its absence mean an exclusion from applying for social welfare.