KATHMANDU, March 3: Amid growing concerns over the rapid spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in different parts of the world and a number of countries putting in place travel restriction as precautionary measure, the government has decided to defer the much-touted Sagarmatha Sambad with a plan to host it ahead of the COP26 scheduled to be held in Glasglow in September.
RUKUM Nov 25: Nabin Shrestha and Anita Pradhan were married three days ago. After tying their knots, the couple headed to Rukumkot to receive blessings from their loved ones. As both had to resume their services on November 24, the couple took a jeep to reach the district headquarter Khalanga, three hours away from Nabin’s home on November 23. Nabin and Anita, both inspectors had planned to resume their duties at Surkhet and Rautahat respectively.
KATHMANDU, Oct 26: Left alliance has urged to conduct the election on slated date. Organizing a press meet on Thursday in the capital, the alliance has urged all stakeholders to focus on the upcoming elections of federal parliament and provincial assemblies.
KATHMANDU, Oct 10: Hearing a writ petition filed against the appointment of 11 justices at the Supreme Court (SC) during the erstwhile KP Oli government could not take place on Monday after it was known that the justice scheduled to conduct the hearing is a member of the Judicial Council (JC), the body responsible for appointing justices.
KATHMANDU, July 27: Justice delayed is justice denied is how a popular saying goes. However, the Supreme Court on Thursday deferred for the 10th time the verdict on a writ petition demanding resumption of vote counting in Bharatpur Metropolitan City.
KATHMANDU, May 26: A meeting of the Legislature-Parliament has been postponed until 4 pm after the main opposition CPN-UML disrupted it demanding withdrawal of added local units and impeachment of Chief Justice Sushila Karki.
KATHMANDU, April 24: After uncertainty over the further process of the constitution amendment bill following the new political development, parliament’s meeting scheduled for Sunday, has been deferred till Monday.
There are only 45 days for the much-awaited May 14 local level election. But doubts remain about whether the Election Commission will be able to successfully hold election in every part of the country on that date. What is the commission doing to dispel these doubts? And what happens if, for some reason, there can be no election in certain parts? In an interview with Republica’s Mahabir Paudyal and Bhadra Sharma, Chief Election Commissioner Ayodhee Prasad Yadav assures Nepalis that election will happen on the appointed date and contingent plans are in place in case of unforeseen events.
KATHMANDU, Feb 17: A meeting of the representatives of various student unions and officials of Tribhuvan University (TU) on Thursday decided to postpone the Free Student Union (FSU) elections, earlier scheduled for February 25, to March 1.
KATHMANDU, Feb 6: Following dispute between big and fringe political parties, over threshold to provision for defining national political party; the parliament session has been further prolonged, despite lack of business.
KATHMANDU, June 25: The major opposition party Nepali Congress (NC) obstructed the parliament meeting on Friday again demanding that the government distribute the grant amount of Rs 200,000 to earthquake victims at one go rather than in installments.