KATHMANDU, Dec 31: Nepali Congress Lawmaker Gagan Thapa has asserted that the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) may face a debacle at any time in the days ahead as it is being headed by two chairpersons with two dissimilar views.
KATHMANDU, May 28: Arguing that he was duly elected as party president by his party’s general convention, Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that he won’t step down as president just because some leaders in the party want him to.
KATHMANDU, April 24: The Central Working Committee (CWC) meeting of the Nepali Congress, which is underway sice the last few days, dwelled on reasons behind the party's defeat in the recent federal, provincial and local elections on Monday.
KATHMANDU, Jan 19: An overwhelming majority of Nepali Congress Central Working Committee (CWC) members have come down heavily on party president and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, holding him responsible for the party’s humiliating defeat in the parliamentary and provincial assembly polls.
KATHMANDU, Jan 2: A section of Nepali Congress (NC) leaders have started exerting pressure on the party leadership to immediately call the party's Mahasamiti meeting to assess the party's humiliating defeat in the recently held parliamentary and provincial assembly polls.
KATHMANDU, Dec 24: The rank and file of Nepali Congress (NC) now a daunting challenge for the revival of the grand old party and to keep it afloat in the new power equation following its stinging defeat in the parliamentary and provincial elections.
COLOMBO, August 29: Sri Lanka’s selection panel, led by former captain Sanath Jayasuriya, will step down after the current limited overs series against India following the team’s slump in form, according to reports on Tuesday.
KATHMANDU, July 4: The power tussle raging within the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) has taken a nasty turn with several leaders from western tarai accusing the party leadership of using them and their constituencies as a scapegoat to secure its electoral interests in Province 2 in the east. RJPN"s presidium constitutes six leaders, all from the central and eastern tarai.