KATHMANDU, July 22: The controversial remarks of Law Minister Sher Bahadur Tamang and the owner of Jhapa-based B&C Medical College Durga Prasain about female Nepali students pursuing medical education in Bangladesh has drawn huge public uproar, forcing Minister Tamang to retract his remarks.
KATHMANDU, July 22: Issuing a press release, Minister of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Sher Bahadur Tamang apologized for the remarks he made against female students pursuing their MBBS in Bangladesh.
NEW YORK, April 8: Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity is vowing to continue his attacks on ABC late-night comic Jimmy Kimmel until Kimmel apologizes for a segment in which he joked about first lady Melania Trump’s accent.
NEW JERSEY, Dec 24: The top leadership of the Miss America Organization, implicated in an email scandal that targeted past pageant winners for abuse based on their appearance, intellect and sex lives, resigned on Saturday, with the outgoing president apologizing to a winner whose weight he ridiculed.
KATHMANDU, Dec 14: International artiste Marshmello has apologized for canceling his live performance “Marshmello Live In Nepal” scheduled at Club Déjà Vu, Durbar Marg in Kathmandu on Wednesday. The event was organized by 61 Live Pvt. Ltd.
KATHMANDU, Nov 30: The UK's Department for International Development (DFID), Nepal, has apologized after one of its senior staffers was found campaigning for free Madhes and denouncing the widely-supported elections on the social media platform.
KATHMANDU, Nov 29: At a time when international agencies have welcomed the upcoming elections, a staff at the Department for International Development (DFID) has vehemently urged voters to boycott the elections of House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly in his Facebook profile.
LOS ANGELES,Oct 7: Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein issued an apology Thursday and announced he was taking leave after the New York Times published a bombshell report accusing him of sexual harassment over several decades.
KATHMANDU, April 4: A day after she was caught on camera shouting “anti-national slogan”, former minister and Naya Shakti Nepal (NSN) leader Hisila Yami delivered a public apology on Monday, stating she chanted the slogan in “a fit of rage and in a semi-focused state”, and that she did not mean it.