KATHMANDU, June 28: Nepal Police has claimed that there is no statute of limitation in the Lalita Niwas land grab scam where some 113 ropanis of government land of Lalita Niwas located in Baluwatar was illegally transferred.

KATHMANDU, May 15: The controversial Corruption Control (First Amendment) Bill 2077 BS is set to be discussed twice in the Parliamentary Thematic Committee.

The government's proposal to amend the Prevention of Corruption Act, 2002, by setting the statute of limitation to five years for prosecuting corruption cases has raised concerns among various stakeholders, including Transparency International (TI) Nepal as well as legal and constitutional experts.

KATHMANDU, July 8: The Parliamentary Committee on Law, Justice and Human Rights has agreed to extend the statute of limitation for rape cases by one year for adults and two years for minors.

KATHMANDU, June 25: Members of federal parliament have stressed more discussions to revise the statute of limitation on rape cases in the laws.

KATHMANDU, May 30: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has pledged to come up with a bill to amend the law regarding rape. As he said, a bill to withdraw the statute of limitation for registering a complaint against rape would be introduced.

KATHMANDU, May 23: National Assembly (NA) members have drawn the attention of the House and the government to the country’s contemporary issues.

KATHMANDU, May 23: Human rights activists have demanded the removal of statute of limitations for rape cases. They have sought a prompt amendment to the law regarding rape and the removal of limit for registering a case against the crime.

KATHMANDU, May 20: A protest was staged today at Bhatbhateni, Naxal, demanding justice for a victim who spoke out regarding her horrible experiences with sexual abuse, violence and blackmail for over eight years on social media.