DHADING, July 2: Vehicular movement had been halted after lanslides obstructed the Narayangadh Mugling road section at two different places. The road along Ward 10 and 7 of Majhimtar and Krishnabheer of Benighat Rorang rural municipality have been obstructed.
BUTWAL, July 2: The Butwal-Tansen section of the Siddhartha Highway has remained obstructed due to a landslide that occurred at Siddhababa Temple area on the road section at around 11 pm on Sunday, following rains since two days.
KATHMANDU, June 15: The BP highway has been obstructed since early morning today after landslide, and flood along the Mangaltar-Nepalthok road section, according to Traffic Check Post’s assistant sub-inspector, Umesh Thapaliya.
KATHMANDU, May 31: The main opposition party CPN-UML has obstructed the parliament meeting on Wednesday, demanding resumption of vote counting in Bharatpur Metropolitan City, which has been halted since Sunday midnight after CPN (Maoist Center) representatives tore some ballot papers.
KATHMANDU, April 26: With the main opposition CPN-UML obstructing parliament on Tuesday, the government has run into a hurdle right from the start of its effort to get the revised constitution amendment bill endorsed through a fast-track process.
BAGLUNG, Mar 5: A section of the mid-hill highway in Manewa of Righa VDC in Baglung district was obstructed due to a landslide on Sunday morning. It has also blocked the Daram river and turned it into a lake.
KATHMANDU, Dec 2: Main opposition party CPN-UML obstructed parliament proceedings on Thursday to protest against the constitution amendment bill that proposed changes in provincial boundaries and other provisions.
CHITWAN, Sept 4: A landslide which struck between the Charkilo and Paanchkilo sections of Chandi Bhanjyang VDC – 6 on Sunday morning has obstructed vehicular movement along the Narayangadh-Mugling road.
KATHMANDU, June 26: The Nepali Congress (NC) obstructed the meeting of the Legislature-Parliament for the second consecutive time on Sunday demanding that the government provides Rs 2 million to earthquake victims in a lump sum.
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.