KATHMANDU, June 6: Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) is making preparations to walk out of the government of Province-2. Provincial Assembly member Manish Suman, who is also the General Secretary of RJP, said that his party is mulling to quit the Federal Socialist Forum Nepal-led government.

KATHMANDU, Jan 11: The UML and CPN (Maoist Center) have decided to begin formal negotiations to reach a deal on power-sharing for provincial governments and other constitutional positions.

LAHAN, Dec 25: A fresh debate has begun within the two Madhes-based parties, which have emerged as the fourth and fifth largest parties in the recently held parliamentary elections, whether to join the government of the left parties or stay in the opposition.

KATHMANDU, August 30: Amid the slow pace of its work and the time constraint it faces to probe into the huge number of complaints, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) is mulling to establish liaison offices in all 75 districts across the country.

BIRGUNJ, July 7: Election fervor has returned in the districts of Province-2 after the agitating Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) has taken a decision of registering the party to vie in the upcoming local elections. The party has finally taken the decision of registering the party with the Election Commission (EC) and has hinted at gradually pressing the government to fulfill its demands. However, the party is yet to go to the EC for the registration.

KATHMANDU, March 14: With the deadline of the local election fast approaching, the political parties are making preparations to endorse the constitution amendment bill by leaving out the issue of delineation.

KATHMANDU, March 6: The Election Commission (EC) has decided to issue a new voter identity card in view of the local polls scheduled to be held on May 14, in line with the new Election Act.

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, Nov 16: An architect of anti-immigration efforts who says he is advising President-elect Donald Trump said the new administration could push ahead rapidly on construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall without seeking immediate congressional approval.

With an unprecedented activeness of China, India seems preparing to counter it. India's Nepal Affairs expert and retired Indian Army General Ashok Mehta has revealed that during a video interview for Nagarik Show.