KATHMANDU, July 8: Parliament’s State Affairs Committee (SAC) has become the top choice of lawmakers, with the new regulations expanding the purview of the committee.

KATHMANDU, July 5: The replacement bill for the National Medical Education Ordinance has been altered only to serve the business interests of leaders of the Nepal Communist Party (CPN), the new joint avatar of the former CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Center.

JHAPA, Feb 7: The tax overdue of Sanghai Group to Mechinagar Municipality has exceeded Rs 250 million. The group, like many others, has refrained from paying taxes for the past many years.

KATHMANDU, Jan 2: Several UML leaders have expressed their interests to become the next head of the state even as a section of the party leadership is in mood to give continuity to the current president, Bidya Devi Bhandari.

Bigwigs up against rebel candidates

November 3, 2017 05:30 am

KATHMANDU, Nov 3: Over a dozen central level leaders across the major parties have fallen in trouble as rebel candidates challenged their candidacies in the nomination for the upcoming federal parliament and provincial assembly polls on Thursday.

GORKHA, Oct 26: Gorkha district has become a battleground for senior leaders of major parties in the upcoming federal parliament elections. While the ruling Nepali Congress (NC) Chief Whip Chinkaji Shrestha is contesting the parliamentary polls from constituency 1 of the district, the leftist alliance consisting mainly of the CPN-UML and the Maoist Center has fielded Maoist Center Area 4 in-charge Hari Adhikari as candidate in the same constituency.

We heard the newly elected metropolitan members have envisioned smart cities with monorails running on elevated trails and the citizens being facilitated with the smart toilets. Ok, granted. It is pleasant to hear plans that provide people a blissful living in city areas. It is a dream of every citizen to live in problem-less and, spotlessly clean city that is in perfect harmony with latest technology.

KATHMANDU, Aug 6: The top reigning leaders of the two ruling coalition partners – Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN (Maoist Centre) – today held talks on the prospects of implementing the three-point understanding reached with the agitating Tarai-Madhes-centric parties.

KATHMANDU, June 28: Top leaders of major political parties are holding discussions after Nepali Congress (NC) continued to obstruct the Legislature-Parliament demanding to dole out Rs 200,000 in a lump sum to earthquake victims.

KATHMANDU, June 16:The prime Minister, other ministers and influential leaders of the opposition parties have managed to get huge funds allocated to their respective constituencies for the development of minor local roads in order to woo local voters.