Rules are meant to be followed

July 10, 2019 02:00 am

One of the first announcements the government of KP Sharma Oli made in its first months was about restricting ‘unnecessary’ foreign junkets by government officials and ministers.

The complete reversal of Trump’s controversial comments in Helsinki came after a barrage of condemnation from Republicans and Democrats alike

PAJU, March 29: High-level officials from North and South Korea began talks at a border village Thursday to prepare for an April summit between their leaders amid a global diplomatic push to resolve the standoff over the North’s nuclear program.

NUWAKOT, Jan 2: The relief goods including food grain and other food stuff brought here to be distributed to the earthquake survivors have been destroyed as they have become useless.

KATHMANDU, Nov 25: Condemning attacks on its leaders, Nepali Congress (NC) has accused Communist Alliance’s frequent violence were meant to ‘kill’ its leaders.

KATHMANDU, August 28: Food grains at Nepal Food Corporation (NFC) warehouse have been adulterated with sands and small pieces of pebbles, a government monitoring team has found.

NEPALGUNJ, Aug 2: Nepalgunj Prison is built to accommodate at the most 300 inmates. However, over 700 prisoners have been squeezed into it for a long time now. They cannot sit, move, or sleep properly, the prisoners lament.

BIRATNAGAR, July 30: Two families living in miserable condition in Morang proves that the government's assurance to provide free treatment to the poor and needy is nothing more than a slogan.

MUGU, Jan 10: The government has categorized 70 types of medicines for free of cost distribution and those are supplied to the rural health posts through the respective district hospitals. However, while the scarcity of medicines in the health posts and government hospitals is not an unheard issue, the situation in Mugu is no different. Amid this, the authorities put the blame on 'surprising disappearance' of the drugs on the way.

KATHMANDU, Jan 7: Bank and financial institutions (BFIs), which have been seeking financing facility from the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) to ease 'liquidity crunch' problem, have showed reluctance to receive funds from the central bank under repo having two-week maturity.

KATHMANDU, June 23: The main opposition party Nepali Congress has obstructed a Legislature-Parliament meeting on Thursday, accusing the government of discriminating quake victims on the ground of their political beliefs.