KATHMANDU, Sept 18: The meeting of the National Assembly (NA) on Wednesday unanimously passed three bills- 'Safeguards, Anti-dumping and Countervailing Bill-2075, 'Industrial Enterprises Bill-2075' and 'Economic Procedure and Financial Accountability Bill-2075'.
We all remember the ‘why’ stage, either our own or that of our kids. Why is the sky blue? Why do I have to go to bed so early? Why can’t I play football in the kitchen while you’re cooking dinner? The incessant questioning, the desperate need to understand may be maddening for the target but it marks a key stage in a child’s development of language and cognition.
BIRGUNJ, Nov 30: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, who is also the President of the Nepali Congress, has accused the communists of posing themselves as a stumbling block to the amendment to the constitution.
TEHRATHUM, Nov 27: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba claimed that the left alliance was a threat to democracy. Addressing a election gathering at Myanglung, the district headquarters, Deuba said that communist actors were trying to ‘revive a political ideology that has been extinct in the world. He urged the gathering to make the move unsuccessful by voting for the Nepali Congress.
POKHARA, Nov 17: With the arrival of winter, the temperature of the mountainous district of Mustang is decreasing day by day. However, the fever of the upcoming parliamentary and provincial assembly elections has heated up the atmosphere. There is only one constituency in the district.
Despite being on the committee to distribute election tickets, CPN-UML’s vice chairman, Yubaraj Gyawali has publicly stated that he couldn’t compete in the elections because of expensive party tickets.
KATHMANDU: Rastriya Janta Party- Nepal’s Manish Kumar Suman has argued that the 'ego' of Nepali Congress was hurting the coalition.
Suman opined that the democratic alliance was crucial to oppose national crisis that was being created by the Left Alliance. “The Alliance plans to start a communist regime in the country. This is why it is important that parties like NC, RJP-N, FSFN come together to protect democracy,” Suman, in an interview with Radio Nagarik said.
KATHMANDU, May 12: Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) Chairman Upendra Yadav has once again defended his party's decision to take part in the local polls stating that the move was necessary to safeguard the historic achievements and lead the country toward peace and prosperity. Addressing a function in the capital on Friday, Yadav said that the party came on board the elections process after carefully analyzing the pros and cons of the polls.
KATHMANDU, Feb 13: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said there is no alternative to the enforcement of the constitution to safeguard achievements of past 70 years including of people's revolution and people's movement.