KATHMANDU, Dec 28: The government has decided to cut 68 bureaucratic positions at the Office of Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers (OPMCM) as a part of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s plan to restructure his office.

Heap of garbage in front of PMO

April 13, 2023 14:00 pm

KATHMANDU, April 13: The waste generated daily from the main administrative center of the country, Singha Durbar premises, is being dumped in the garden in front of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO). Kathmandu Metropolis has stopped collecting garbage from Singha Durbar, Prime Minister's Residence Baluwatar and the President's Office for the last five days.

DOLAKHA, August 21:Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), Maheshwar Neupane reached at the project site of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Project on Friday afternoon, following news reports that various groups including the local administration were obstructing the foreign contractor of the project from returning home.

KATHMANDU, April 11: When the Modi government in India was struggling to calm down the country's Muslim population over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) bill late in December last year, Prime Minister KP Oli's twitter handle (@PM_Nepal) “accidentally” retweeted a tweet (by Indian journalist @DilliDurAst) in which leader of the Indian Congress party Sonia Gandhi criticized Modi for crackdowns on protests. This was on December 20, 2019.

KATHMANDU, Aug 6: The Office of the Prime Minister (PMO) has informed that the government has already transferred 114.3 ropani (over 5.8 hectares) of land belonging to Nepal Police Academy at Maharajgunj to the President's Office.

KATHMANDU, Jan 25: The government has called bids on Thursday to develop a Digital Action Room at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) after canceling a controversial contract with an agent of Chinese company Huawei.

KATHMANDU, Jan 20: A secretary of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) will head the national coordination committee on anti-money laundering activities and preventing terrorism financing if a provision in Some Nepal Acts Amendment Bill 2018 is approved as it is by the parliament.

KATHMANDU, Jan 2: A complaint has been filed at the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) against the government's decision to award Chinese telecommunications firm China Communication Service, an agent of IT giant Huawei, the contract for installing a video conferencing system at the Prime Minister's Office without open competition and in a non-transparent fashion

KATHMANDU, Dec 19: Transparency International Nepal (TIN) has urged the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) not to award contracts for smart license and printing of passports to any firms without inviting competitive bids.

KATHMANDU, Dec 15: After holding several rounds of meeting and paying a field visit to the project site of Kathmandu-Tarai Fast Track to hear the complaints of the locals, the parliament’s State Affairs Committee (SAC) has instructed the authorities to expedite the project through effective coordination among the government agencies involved.

KATHMANDU, Dec 9: Chief ministers of all seven provinces have arrived in Kathmandu to attend the first inter-provincial council meeting to be held on Sunday at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). The chief ministers have a bundle of complaints against the federal government.

KATHMANDU, Nov 22: Prime Minister KP Oli has expressed unhappiness over the failure of ministries to spend budget in the first quarter of the fiscal year.

KATHMANDU, Aug 27: The Prime Minister's Office has sent a letter to the Home Ministry asking for a written reply within 24 hours on why Lenin Bista, a former child militant, was barred from flying to attend a seminar in Thailand. "I am looking into this case," PM KP Sharma Oli said.

KATHMANDU, Aug 5: The cabinet decision to appoint ambassadors to India and Malaysia has become uncertain following dilly-dallying by the Prime Minister's Office in writing to parliament for confirmation hearings. Even three weeks after the cabinet decision, the government has yet to write to the Parliamentary Hearings Committee for the hearings.

KATHMANDU, May 6: The Prime Minister’s press advisor has dismissed Tribhuvan University’s claim that the senate meeting was cancelled due to PM’s poor health condition.

KATHMANDU, April 22: The Office of the Prime Minister  is revisiting the relevent laws to avoid the complications that lie ahead in bringing key government entities, including some anti-corruption agencies, under the PMO, as part of efforts  by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to consolidate the powers of the head of the  executive branch.

KATHMANDU, Mar 11: The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers has directed the District Administration Office in Kailali to immediately investigate into the incident that took place at Ghodaghodi municipality-5 of the district and take against those found guilty in it.

GERMANY, Nov 16: The Office of the Prime Minister has recalled Dr. Bishwanath Oli, secretary of the Ministry of Population and Environment (MoPE) for poor work performance. Oli, who is currently attending the COP 23 at Bonn, Germany, will return Nepal tomorrow.

KATHMANDU, Nov 6: The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers has dismissed media reports of an agreement to have been reached on the issue of naturalised citizenship as false.