KATHMANDU, June 30: As their last meeting kicked off in Kathmandu on Thursday, members of the Eminent Persons Group (EPG) from Nepal and India have focused on settling contentious issues to come up with a consensus report.
KATHMANDU, April 2: Maobadi Purba Janamukti Sena Party Nepal (Maoist Ex-Combatants Party Nepal) has demanded for resolving the Nepal-India border disputes surfacing in various places including in Kanchanpur.
DAMAK, Feb 10: On Friday, the workstation of Dipendra Thapa, vice-chairperson of Gauriganj Rural Municipality, was jam-packed with people. While some were raising grievances and making accusations, others were found refuting the accusations. Thapa on the other hand was trying his best to address the complaints and settle the issues. His workstation seemed more like a mini-court.
KATHMANDU, March 17: Nepali Congress ( NC) lawmakers and central members representing the Tarai-Madhes have demanded that the party central committee meeting scheduled for upcoming March 23 should take a substantive decision regarding the matter of constitution amendment .
KATHMANDU, Nov 22: Nepal Rastra Bank Governor Chiranjibi Nepal said Tuesday that India has responded positively to Nepal’s request about resolving the problem faced by people in Nepal with demonetized Indian currency notes.
KATHMANDU, Sept 1: The government has failed to gain any momentum in resolving the major political disputes, even as the Madhes-based parties are expressing dissatisfaction over the slow pace in starting discussions for constitutional amendment. The government, meanwhile, is also feeling the heat from the main opposition CPN-UML, which has been urging it to furnish justification for amending the constitution.
Kathmandu, Aug 13: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal expressed his gratefulness to the United Nations for its concern towards resolving Bhutanese refugee problem and also urged the global body to facilitate addressing the problem of the remaining refugees.