RAUTAHAT, Nov 17:A quintal and a half of chicken meat which was being prepared to be distributed to voters' houses in violation of the code of conduct was seized. Last night Rautahat police seized one and a half quintals of meat from Gaur Municipality 9, Sirsia, Rautahat.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16: A special monitoring of the Code of Conduct by the Press Council Nepal has found 84 media outlets disseminating news material going against the journalists’ and election codes of conduct.
KATHMANDU, Nov 14: The Election Commission (EC) has drawn the attention of the concerned ones yet again to create an enabling environment where all political parties or candidates can run their election campaign without any hindrances.
KATHMANDU, Nov 2: The Election Commission (EC) has sought nine clarifications in a day, acting on the complaints related to violation of code of conduct issued for the upcoming federal and provincial parliamentary elections.
KATHMANDU, Oct 18: The Election Commission (EC) has sought clarification from Chhabilal Tiwari, principal of Bal Primary School in Parbat district, over an alleged violation of the election code of conduct.
KATHMANDU, Oct 14: The Election Commission has directed the chiefs of concerned offices to take departmental action against the government employees, university teachers, teachers and other concerned individuals breaching election code of conduct enforced for the House of Representatives and provincial assemblies elections scheduled for on November 20.
KATHMANDU, Oct 14: The Election Commission (EC) has said the violation of election code of conduct issued for candidates of House of Representatives (HoR) and provincial assemblies warrants punishment.
MAKWANPUR, May 4: The Office of the Chief Returning Officer in Hetauda has sought a 24-hour clarification from some government employees for taking part in election campaigns of political parties, violating the election code of conduct.
KATHMANDU, Feb 12: Secretary at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Baikuntha Aryal, has said that exaggeration in news disseminated by the media would create confusion in the society.
“Fair and objective criticism of judicial decision will instill accountability and greater discipline in decision making. If no one is allowed to judge judges, there could be lawless courts and irresponsible judging. But criticism of judgments should not lead to the denigration of judges.” This is the statement from former Chief Justice and Attorney General of Singapore Chan Sek Keong, where he has acknowledged the importance of fair and objective criticism of the courts.
KATHMANDU, June 24: Sajha Bibeksheel Party has issued a 13-point diplomatic guideline for its leaders to make party's official meetings, and communications with foreign governments, officials and diplomats, including international organizations in Nepal and their representatives, more systematic and dignified.
KATHMANDU, Mar 13: The National Vigilance Centre (NVC) has recommended action to be taken against a total of 1,240 civil servants in various 450 government offices across 28 districts for not abiding by the office’s code of conduct.