KATHMANDU, April 30: Nepali Congress, the main opposition party, has demanded that the government scrap the Constituency Development Fund and divert the money to the ongoing efforts to tackle the coronavirus.
CHITWAN, Feb 17: Nepali Congress Vice-President Bimalendra Nidhi has said that his party is in no mood to topple the incumbent government. Vice-President Nidhi said this while speaking in a news conference organised by Press Union, Chitwan, here today. He added that the issue of government change is the internal issue of the ruling party.
KATHMANDU, Jan 6: Questioning President Sher Bahadur Deuba's leadership for taking key decisions without consulting other leaders in the party, district presidents of the Nepali Congress close to the Ramchandra Poudel-led faction are holding a gathering at the party headquarters in Sanepa since today morning.
KATHMANDU, Dec 16: The main opposition party Nepali Congress (NC) has expressed concern over the proposed 'bill to amend and integrate laws relating to the constitution and operation of Nepal special service'.
KATHMANDU, July 24: The president of the main opposition Nepali Congress(NC) has urged the government to solve the problem of floods faced by Terai districts every year during the monsoon season in a diplomatic way.
The main opposition Nepali Congress is a divided house once again. There is war of words between party president Sher Bahadur Deuba and Koirala faction, most notably Dr Shekhar Koirala and Dr Shashank Koirala. Party president says one thing about government’s decision, his spokesperson soon opposes it and party president then changes his position. District presidents are appealing for timely General Convention, which Deuba seems bent on deferring. Why is Congress in such mess? What is its reading of the government’s performance?
KATHMANDU, Feb 6: Police on Tuesday arrested 22 leaders from the Nepal Students’ Union (NSU), the student wing of the main opposition Nepali Congress on the charge of obstructing various roads in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
KATHMANDU, Dec 19: In a major organizational restructuring, the main opposition party Nepali Congress (NC) has decided to expand the size of its Central Working Committee to 161, with a provision to elect directly all office bearers except the treasurer, through a general convention.