KATHMANDU, Aug 29: With the ruling Nepal Communist Party deciding to allot the post of chief of one of the four committees under the National Assembly (NA) to the main opposition Nepali Congress (NC), nominations were filed for the posts of chiefs of only three committees on Tuesday.
KATHMANDU, Aug 3: With the main opposition party Nepali Congress (NC) finally submitting a list of its names to the parliamentary committees, the Federal Parliament formed 14 committees on Thursday, six month into the commencement of parliamentary business.
KATHMANDU, Aug 2: Four parliamentary committees of the National Assembly have been formed after the Nepali Congress shared the names of its members. Today's NA meeting has approved the names of members of the concerned committee.
DHANGADHI, June 20: The provincial parliamentary committees also known as 'mini-parliaments' is operating without leaders in Province 7 since its formation. It has been five months since the provincial assembly started conducting meetings but four committees still do not have chairpersons
KATHMANDU, May 16: The government has intensified its crackdown on the transport committees by ordering the District Administration Offices to collect property details of all the erstwhile transport committees within 15 days.
KATHMANDU, April 18: In a bold move against organized transport syndicates, the government on Tuesday decided not to renew any transportation committees, which are registered at district administration offices (DAOs).
BIRATNAGAR, March 23: A meeting of Province 1 Assembly has proposed forming seven thematic committees and one special committee in the assembly. The proposal was submitted by the Province Assembly Regulation Drafting Committee (PARDC) 2018 on Wednesday's meeting.
PALPA, Feb 25: "Understanding the changed structure of the government and working under it has been a challenge for us. We are still learning," said Radha Kumari Shrestha, coordinator of the judicial committee of Rambha Rural Municipality. According to her, many people are unaware that they no longer need to go to a district court for settling their legal issues as this can be done at their own local units.
KATHMANDU, June 24: With the commencement of local level elections, differences have emerged between two government agencies over the continuing relevance of the local peace committees, leaving such committees dysfunctional. The committees were established in all 75 districts but with no further budget allocations they are now on the verge of dissolution.
KATHMANDU, June 13: Parliament's Development Committee has asked government to scrap bodies of similar nature such as town development committees saying that existence of parallel bodies had caused duplication and other complications in carrying out development activities.
KATHMANDU, April 26: CPN UML's Provincial Committee at Province 3 has recommended five names to party's standing committee to pick a mayor candidate in Kathmandu Metropolitan Cityin the upcoming local elections.
KATHMANDU, March 31: Naya Shakti Nepal led by former prime minister Baburam Bhattarai has formed seven committees to prepare the party for the upcoming elections, but has said that it will not take part in the polls unless the conditions it has set are addressed.
JUMLA, Oct 26: Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh said that the NC will take an official decision on the impeachment motion against CIAA chief Lokman Singh Karki based on the report to be submitted by the Impeachment Recommendation Committee.
KATHMANDU Oct 18: A meeting of the parliament on Tuesday unanimously passed a proposal tabled at the meeting, seeking permission to send the Groundwater Resource Bill to the respective committee for clause-wise deliberations.
KATHMANDU, Sept 27: Speaker Onsari Gharti has started consulting major political parties over formation of a new parliamentary committee and election to the chairs of vacant House committees. The election to pick chairman of the Agriculture and Water Resource Committee has been scheduled for Thursday.
KATHMANDU, Sept 26: Speaker Onsari Gharti has urged senior leaders of major three parties to forge consensus to elect the presidents at different subject and special committees under the Legislature-Parliament.