Rise of intolerance

September 30, 2019 03:47 am

The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) cadres, in what seems like the nod from the government, are becoming extremely intolerant toward anyone who raises the question about misrule, corruption and irregularities. This is going to be costly for the government which is already earning notoriety for failing to govern as per the aspirations of people.

BUTWAL, Dec 5: An enraged group of locals vandalized the casino of the Tiger Palace Resort, a five-star hotel, at Kotihawa in Rupandehi at 8 pm on Saturday after the hotel management allegedly tried to fire some of its local employees without prior notice. The hotel management has filed a complaint at the District Administrative Office (DAO) to investigate into the vandalism claiming that it suffered property losses worth Rs 2 million.

CHITWAN, Nov 14: Students have vandalized and set fire to the central office, the dean’s office and the administration office of the Agriculture and Forestry University, Rampur on Tuesday evening. They smashed the window panes of the offices.

SURKHET, July 23:Officials of Karnali Academy of Health Sciences (KAHS) have been accused of having their hand in the recent vandalism occurred there.

KATHMANDU, Nov 14: The All Nepal National Independent Student's Union, Revolutionary (ANNISU-R), the student’s wing of the CPN (Maoist Center) has taken the responsibility of the vandalism that took place in the Office of the Vice Chancellor of the Kathmandu University on Tuesday.

295 detained for vandalism during banda

November 13, 2016 20:35 pm

KATHMANDU, Nov 13: The nationwide general strike called by the Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN (Maoist) on Sunday partially affected life across the nation, followed by few incidents of vandalism and torching of vehicles.

KATHMANDU, Oct 4: A draft bill for amending laws related to political parties has proposed making the parties pay for the damage to public or private property caused by its cadres and supporters.

KATHMANDU, July 24: The National Private and Boarding Schools' Association Nepal (N-PABSON) has urged one and all not to cause any physical damages in the educational sector.