KATHMANDU, March 2: A session of the National Assembly endorsed the 'Bill aimed to amend some acts relating to the prevention of money laundering and promotion of business environment-2080 BS' on Friday.

KATHMANDU, March 1: A meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR) on Friday unanimously passed the 'Monitoring and Evaluation Bill-2080'.

KATHMANDU, Feb 18: The meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR) on Sunday approved the proposal seeking consideration of 'Banking Offenses and Punishment (Second Amendment) Bill, 2080 by a majority.

WASHINGTON, Dec 22: The U.S. Congress on Monday approved an $892 billion coronavirus aid package, throwing a lifeline to the nation’s pandemic-battered economy after months of inaction, while also keeping the federal government funded.

KATHMANDU, July 27: Nepali Congress leader Gagan Thapa said that Dr. Govinda KC, who has repeatedly fought for reforms in medical education was a saint, not somebody who’d carry someone else’s agenda.

KATHMANDU, March 18: Crusader for medical education reforms Dr Govinda KC has issued a month-long ultimatum to the government to approve the Medical Education Ordinance from parliament.

KATHMANDU, Feb 28: The first meeting of the Federal Parliament is to endorse interim rules of procedures to be applicable until the parliament rules of procedures are introduced.

KATHMANDU, Feb 25: The Nepali Congress Central Working Committee meeting is all set to approve the statute for federal parliamentary party today. The meeting is underway at the Party Central Office, Sanepa from 9:00 AM.

EC refuses to approve transfer of CDOs

November 23, 2017 20:20 pm

KATHMANDU, Nov 23: The Election Commission has refused to approve the transfer of Chief District Officer (CDO) of six districts. The EC, on Thursday, has directed Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) to submit the original file of the decision within 24 hours.

Approve Medical Education Act: Veterans

December 12, 2016 09:10 am

KATHMANDU, Dec 12: Veterans of medical and education sector have urged the government and lawmakers to approve the Medical Education Act first instead of issuing affiliation to new medical colleges.