I was relaxed after my term break, but out of the blue, an incident occurred. I had to attend a three-day program. My first presumption compelled me to think that it would be boring, but when I started to participate and attend the classes; I found it to be enthusiastic.
KATHMANDU, March 11: The Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN), two Madhes-based parties in parliament, have hinted at supporting Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli as he seeks a vote of confidence in the House.
DHANGADHI, Mar 7: Province 7 Chief Minister (CM) Trilochan Bhatta has comfortably secured a vote of confidence in the provincial assembly. In the voting held at the provincial assembly meeting on Tuesday, 38 provincial assembly members voted for him while 10 voted against him
KATHMANDU, Feb 28: Win, play well. Win, poor performance. In simple words, it’s Barcelona this season. Having managed to win 20 games and draw five out of the 25, it has played this season in La Liga, the Catalan side has been perfectly inconsistent throughout the season under the new boss Ernesto Valverde.
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: As Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has to win a vote of confidence from parliament within a month of his appointment to the post, the first cabinet meeting of his government is expected to recommend to the president to summon the first session of the new parliament.
It may seem absurd at first if I tell you that you could trick your own brains into doing things that you have always wanted. Most often, your perceptions about events and circumstances are based on what you’ve seen and experienced in the past.
According to a recent survey of people in 37 countries—average sample size for cross-national studies typically range from 700 to 1,500 interviews per country—most appear to have little confidence in US president Donald Trump to do the right thing in global affairs. Here’s a look at how the US president compares to other global leaders and his predecessor Obama, and how he is viewed the world over.
MEXICO CITY, June 15: Bruce Arena has managed the tricky task of establishing a sense of calm along with urgency within the U.S. Football team. It's quite a contrast to the frustration and futility at the end of Jurgen Klinsmann's coaching reign last November.
It is said that first impression is the last impression. Your first impression can help you secure the job you have been dreaming of or scatter all your dreams within a few minutes of face-to-face confrontation with your soon-to-be boss. Here, Republica talked to a few people to know what can be done to ace the so-called scary job interview and land the job of your dream.
LALITPUR, Dec 6: The association of St. Mary’s Alumni Nepal (ASMAN) organized a self-defense training with trainers from Paritran Risk Management Solutions (PRISMS) at St. Mary’s High School, Jawalakhel from November 28 to December 3.
KATHMANDU, July 16: A cabinet meeting held on Friday has decided that the government would face the no-confidence motion registered at Parliament by the ruling CPN (Maoist Center) and the Nepali Congress (NC).
KATHMANDU, July 16: Parliamentary endorsement of the remaining bills related to fiscal budget has become uncertain with the CPN (Maoist Center), a major ruling coalition partner, deciding not to vote in support of the bills.
KATHMANDU, July 15: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has informed CPN-UML lawmakers about his plan to face no confidence motion registered against him in parliament and not to quit the government voluntarily. He also instructed his party's lawmakers to be prepared to counter the opposition parties' allegations in parliament meeting.