A one-day US Higher Education Fair organized by the US Educational Foundation in Nepal (USEF-Nepal) and US embassy in Nepal concluded on Saturday at Hotel Yak & Yeti, Durbar Marg. The Fair saw participation of over 2,000 aspiring undergraduate and graduate students from Nepal.
KATHMANDU, Jan 28: With the left alliance working to finalize power-sharing in the provincial governments, aspirants for the posts of the chief minister have intensified their lobbying with the party top guns.
BARA, Dec 18: With the Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) winning the most provincial assembly seats in Province-2 and becoming the obvious contender to lead the provincial government, multiple aspirants for chief minister have emerged in the party.
KATHMANDU, Oct 29: In collaboration with Foreign Employment Promotion Board (FEPB) and with financial support from Safer Migration Project, the government will provide free training to 10,000 youths aspiring to go for foreign employment.
ILAM, Oct 15: Aspiring candidates determined to contest the upcoming parliamentary or provincial elections have intensified their meetings with the central leaders of the parties in order to persuade the latter for tickets. A good number of such poll aspirants have left the district for the capital to knock the doors of the influential leaders.
POKHARA, Oct 8: Many in Province 4 had predicted that the main opposition CPN-UML would field its youth leader Rabindra Adhikari, the president of parliament's Development Committee, in the provincial assembly elections, projecting him as the party's candidate for the post of chief minister of the province. The party, however, has chosen to field him in the parliamentary elections from Kaski constituency no. 2.
KATHMANDU, Sept 9: The failure of the political parties to accommodate the aspiring candidates and disputes over sharing of key posts of local units has made the ruling Nepali Congress (NC), CPN (Maoist Center) and Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) forge electoral alliances difficult for the September 18 local polls.
KATHMANDU, Sept 8: Doctors certified by Nepal Medical Council are found to be selling medical certificates even to those failing the medical tests while applying for National Investigation Department (NID) vacancies, and this is happening right in front of NID headquarters , which is located at the southern entrance to Singha Durbar.
‘Monday Morning Coffee Queries Week 69’ was organized at Bodhi Books and Bakes, Chappal Karkhana on Monday. MMCQ is a regular weekly business meet-up organized by Clock b Business Innovations every Monday from 9 am to 11 am.
NEPALGUNJ, May 9: Dozens of leaders from Nepali Congress (NC) were willing to contest for the mayoral post of Chaurjahari Municipality of Rukum district. But the party gave ticket to Balbir Gosain, a lesser-known retired bank official. Gosain, who retired as officer of Nepal Bank Limited just a month before getting the election ticket, sidelined local Congress leaders of the district.
BAGLUNG, April 25: Major political parties are having hard time to select their candidates from the pool of the aspirant candidates for the upcoming local elections. The aspirant candidates are lobbying within their party’s rank and files to clinch the party’s ticket. On the other hand, however, small political parties are struggling to find influential candidates to represent them in the elections.
LAHAN, April 21: United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF), which has been threatening to obstruct the upcoming local elections unless the constitution is amended to its liking, is now finding it hard to resist the election fever spreading among its own party members. More and more aspirants from the party and associated entities have announced their interest in running for different posts in the election.
BAITADI, April 20: Two big parties – Nepali Congress and CPN-UML – are facing tough time to select candidates for upcoming civic polls due to high number of aspirants for different posts in Baitadi.
Parties' local leaders have admitted that they have not yet finalized the selection of candidates with the outpouring of aspirants for same position in municipalities and rural municipalities.
KHOTANG, April 18: The parties in Khotang district have been facing difficulty finalizing the list of their candidates for the local polls slated for May 14 following unprecedented surge in the number of candidate aspirants.
KATHMANDU, April 6: With the much-awaited local polls now just 38 days away, leaders of big political parties in the hilly districts of Koshi have intensified their efforts to win candidacies from their respective parties.
With the upcoming polls just around the corner, youths, especially plus two level students across the country, who are temporary police aspirants, are participating in different physical activities as part of the test they need to pass to be selected as a temporary police for the local polls slated for May 14.
POKHARA / CHITWAN, March 30: Before they could fight the upcoming local polls, influential leaders of the major political parties are battling to win their party's candidacy for the much-awaited election.
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CIB) of Nepal Police arrested Mohammad Ali Sah on the charge of swindling foreign job aspirants of Rs 10 million promising them attractive pay perks and other allowances.