KATHMANDU, August 14: CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has said that he does not even have money for healthcare. He said all the properties under his and his wife’s name have been donated to the state after their death. Oli added that he cannot even pay for their healthcare by selling their property.
KATHMANDU, August 4: Property worth around Rs 3.59 billion was damaged by landslide and inundation following excessive rainfall in July in State 2, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock.
KATHMANDU, Oct 31: Learning lessons from its failure to book the public officials accumulating disproportionate property in the past, the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has revised its modus operandi to investigate illegal property of government officials more effectively.
BUTWAL, July 8 : Land and housing transaction in Rupandehi district was expected to increase this year with the designation of Butwal as temporary capital of Province 5. But such transactions have fallen this year, data of Land Revenue Office, Rupandehi, shows.
KATHMANDU, June 18: The Nepali Embassy in the United States is all set to buy a new residence for ambassador Arjun Karki in Washington DC for US$ 7.25 million (Rs 750 million) which is almost equal to the price of former US President Barak Obama’s residence.
KATHMANDU, June 15: Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) have urged the government to withdraw its decision to seek the property details of non-governmental organization office bearers and employees, saying that the move would largely discourage the work of civil society organizations.
SURKHET, June 7: Karnali province has publicized the property details of all ministers according to which Minister for Physical Infrastructure Khadka Khatri is the richest among the ministers while Minister for Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment Nanda Singh Budha is the poorest among all.
DHANGADHI, June 1: All the ministers of Province 7 have made public their property details.
According to the property details disclosed by Chief Minister Trilochan Bhatta, he doesn’t own any house or land but has a loan of Rs 340,000. He however has Rs 70,000 in a bank, 1 tola gold and 15 tola silver.
KATHMANDU, May 24: It may be just a coincidence or a changing trend. Most ministers in the incumbent government including Prime Minister KP Oli himself are found to have property mainly in the names of their spouses.
ITAHARI, May 21: Goods and property worth at least Rs 30 million were destroyed by fire that broke out at two wholesale cloth stores at the main market in Itahari Sub-metropolitan City-6, Sunsari district.
KATHMANDU, April 10: Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Sher Bahadur Tamang said on Monday that the Judicial Council (JC) will be activated soon for scrutinizing the property details of judges.
DHARAN, April 9: Every year, thousands of youths fly to the Gulf countries from Nepal in search of employment to secure the future of their families. Bishnu Shrestha of Dharan-5, Thingabari is one of such youths.
KATHMANDU, April 6: At a time when the demand for making public the property details of judges is gaining momentum, Acting Chief Justice Deepak Raj Joshee said on Friday that the judges are not bound to do so as per the existing laws of Nepal.
BHAKTAPUR, Jan 24: A masked armed group comprising 10 people took under control a family at gunpoint, and looted property worth over Rs 1.4 million at Suryabinayak Municipality-7 in the district early this morning.
RAJBIRAJ, Dec 12: Property worth Rs. 2 million was gutted in two separate incidents of fire in Saptari.
Two houses belonging to Dinesh Yadav and Raghu Yadav caught fire in Mahadewa rural municipality and burned to ashes property worth Rs. 300,000, including cash and kind, the Area Police Office in Hanumannagar said.
CHAUTARA, Oct 20: A fire erupted from the candle lit for illumination on the Laxmi Puja Day on Thursday evening during the Tihar razed down a house and destroyed property worth over Rs 600 thousands at Samachowkgadi Municipality-7 in Sindhupalchowk district.
MOSCOW, August 1: The U.S. embassy in Moscow accused Russian authorities on Monday of barring diplomatic staff from a property on the outskirts of Moscow, after having earlier agreed to grant access until midday on Tuesday for them to retrieve belongings.
KATHMANDU, July 26: The National Vigilance Centre has directed the elected local representatives to submit their property details within 60 days of their election through the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development.