KATHMANDU, July 18: Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Governor Chiranjibi Nepal has put mergers of banks and financial institutions (BFIs) high on his agenda as the central bank prepares to unveil its monetary policy for fiscal year 2019/20.
KATHMANDU, May 7: Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) and Naya Shakti Party Nepal (NSPN) have formed a unified party called Samajbadi Party Nepal (SPN), with a resolve to become an alternative political force in the country.
KATHMANDU, May 5: Leaders of the Naya Shakti Party (NSP) led by former prime minister Baburam Bhattarai and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) led by Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Upendra Yadav have agreed to merge the two parties to form a new party, Samajbadi Party Nepal.
CHITWAN, May 29: Disproportionate tea-cher-student ratio, lack of infrastructures and poor management committees are common problems of community schools in Madi. However, Madi Municipality is now set to change this. With an aim to ensure quality education in schools, the municipality office has decided to merge them.
KATHMANDU, April 6: The ruling CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) continue to differ on two key issues pertaining to the proposed merger even as leaders from both sides on Thursday expressed a renewed commitment to formally unite the two left parties on April 22.
KATHMANDU, Jan 28: Chances of the planned merger between the CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) concluding before the formation of the new government look slim as Nepal's two main left parties struggle to find a middle point to end the deadlock over the leadership and organization of the new party.
KATHMANDU, April 20: Nepal Democratic Forum (NDF) led by Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar and Tharuhat Tarai (TTP) Party led by Bhanuram Chaudhary have decided to undergo merger at a time when the Tarai-centric parties are jumping on the unification bandwagon.
KATHMANDU, April 6: The Madhesi People's Rights Forum-Democratic (MPRF-D), a key regional party in parliament, on Wednesday announced merger with two other fringe parties to become the fifth largest party in the House.