KATHMANDU, Oct 9: President of Nepali Congress (NC) and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that many ‘important leaders’ were left out in the process of giving full shape to the Cabinet. Stating that many leaders could not be included in the government because it is a coalition government, Deuba expressed his commitment to include these leaders in the coming days.
KATHMANDU, Oct 8: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba expanded his Cabinet on Friday, giving full shape to the Council of Ministers, almost three months after the formation of a new government under his leadership.
KATHMANDU, Feb 28: The Ministry of Home Affairs has recommended to the Council of Ministers to promote three Deputy Inspectors General (DIGs) to the post of Additional Inspector General (AIG) of Nepal Police.
KATHMANDU, Feb 6: At least 116 questions have been registered at the parliament secretariat seeking written answers from the Office of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers and different ministries or verbal answers from the prime minister and ministers.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16: The government did not the decisions taken by the Council of Ministers meeting held on Thursday. This is the second time the government has kept cabinet decision a secret, breaking with the three-decade-long tradition of making cabinet decisions public immediately after the meeting through the government spokesperson.
KATHMANDU, Aug 28: Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers has sent a letter to the home ministry, seeking a written reply within 24 hours why Lenin Bista, a former child militant, was barred from flying to Thailand to attend a seminar.
KATHMANDU, Aug 24: The meeting of the Council of Ministers on Friday formed a high level talk team to hold dialogue with the agitating groups which were not brought to talk during the political transition for different reasons.