KATHMANDU, July 31: The meeting of the Council of Ministers held Monday evening decided to table in parliament the bill on pension fund and the bill prepared for amendment to some Nepal Act related to the civil code.
KATHMANDU, July 16: Under pressure from various interest groups, the government is backtracking on some of its decisions which were considered favorable to the general public. The government was credited for taking some crucial “pro-people decisions” such as ending the transport syndicate and banning the plotting of cultivatable land for the purpose of housing construction.
KATHMANDU, July 14: Various alliances and associations have urged the government to address pressing demands that have caught attention of the country; the fast unto death of Dr. Govinda KC, Ganga Maya’s search for justice and removing prohibitory orders on selected protest areas.
DANG/RUKUM, May 15: Chief Executive Officer of Sharada Municipality of Salyan, Mahendra Dangi, was transferred to Lamahi Municipality, Dang. Soon after, another accountant from the same municipality was also transferred to Lamahi Municipality, where he joined his previous boss Dangi. The transfer saga does not end here.
DANG, April 18: Sahajram Ahir, chief of Gadhawa Rural Municipality in Dang, has appeared at the Province 5 High Court three times after someone challenged a decision of the local unit's judicial committee, which was taken without proper knowledge of the law.
KATHMANDU, April 10: CPN (Maoist Center) ministers in the CPN-UML led government have expressed their disgruntlement over some recent government decisions. They have accused the prime minister of taking the decisions unilaterally.
ACHHAM, Jan 26: CPN (UML) vice-chair man Bhim Rawal denounced the Sher Bahadur Deuba led government’s decisions to reduce the age for receiving the elderly allowance to 65 and provide an additional Rs 100,000 in housing grant to all earthquake-affected households.
KATHMANDU, Jan 26: A day after the government took decisions to reduce the age for receiving the elderly allowance to 65 and provide an additional Rs 100,000 in housing grant to all earthquake-affected households, the CPN-UML has warned that the new government would revoke all such decisions of the caretaker Deuba government.
KATHMANDU, Jan 4: The meeting between major political parties seems to have reached an agreement after leaders of the left alliance urged the government to complete all constitutional and legal decisions required to start power handover.
KATHMANDU, Dec 14: The main opposition party, CPN-UML, which has emerged as the single largest party in the recently held parliamentary and provincial assembly polls, has warned the ruling Nepali Congress (NC) not to make any key decisions that may have long-term impacts including key appointments and promotion of police officials.
KATHMANDU, Dec 2: At a time when the Election Commission (EC) has sought clarifications from some broadsheet newspapers for publishing an advertisement with a picture of CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli soliciting votes, the government has taken some mysterious decisions on the expansion of roads and announcement of public holidays.
KATHMANDU, Nov 30: The government piled pressure on project managers to publish tender notices for 12 various road projects worth Rs 10 billion as part of the postal highway scheme just a month before the local level elections in Province 2 on September 18.
ROLPA, August 15: Authorities of Rolpa Municipality have decided to validate decisions taken by the then 'people's government' during conflict period by formulating new laws. The first municipal meeting of the municipality recently approved the decision.
KATHMANDU, Jan 25: A sub-committee under the Impeachment Recommendation Committee (IRC) of parliament has started investigating decisions and directives made by disqualified CIAA chief Lokman Singh Karki during his term in office.
KATHMANDU, Oct 3: CPN (UML) general secretary Ishwor Pokhrel has said the party would launch a nation-wide campaign to mount pressure on the government to execute decisions made by the party-led erstwhile government.
KATHMANDU, July 14: The CPN (Maoists Center) and Nepali Congress (NC), which have geared to form a new government, have warned the CPN-UML not to make any important decisions saying that the government is now transitional.