DANG, June 12: Assembly member of Province 5, Arjun Kumar Shrestha travelled to and fro Butwal - Dang several times in the last 100 days. From his home situated in Dang to the parliament located in Butwal he had to make frequent trips.
KATHMANMDU, May 29: Nearly three months have passed since the federal parliament started its business but it has not been able to perform its major duties due to delays in forming parliamentary committees.
MADRID, Dec 4: A Spanish judge on Monday ordered that four prominent members of the Catalan independence movement should remain in custody, including the no. 2 of the ousted regional government, who will campaign in a polarized regional election from a jail near Madrid.
As the uproar of women’s rights and feminism is heard across the globe, more women have become leaders in various sectors. Meanwhile in Nepal, an increasing number of women have been stepping out of the generic gender-based roles. Having said that, even with the population of 51.54 percent, women are not involved in decision-making. However, even men don’t stay unaffected from these gender-based roles as they are also expected to behave in a certain way. My City’s Nasana Bajracharya met with grade XII students of Global College of Management and discussed how they perceive the role of both the genders in our society.
KATHMANDU, June 28: During the second constituent assembly elections held in 2013, the Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal did everything it could to disrupt the elections. The rebel party bombed a truck plying the Mugling-Narayanghat road, attacked poll officers and threatened voters going to polling stations. When all this failed to disrupt the election, it attacked the security forces and poll officers and seized ballot boxes.