From today only cases of urgent nature will be heard in the Supreme Court.

January 5, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court, which cut services due to Corona epidemic, will hear only urgent matters from today. The Supreme Court will provide only six types of services including habeas corpus and writ petitions of urgent nature related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a plenary meeting held on Tuesday, it was decided to… Continue reading From today only cases of urgent nature will be heard in the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court’s short-term order not to let the wind blow

The Supreme Court has issued a short-term interim order not to lease out Manahunkot in Tanhu for construction of structures including cars and ziplines. The Supreme Court has issued a short-term order not to implement the decision of the Beas Municipality on lease for construction of structures including cable car and jeep line at Manhunkot… Continue reading Supreme Court’s short-term order not to let the wind blow

Writ petition filed against Chief Justice

January 2, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has dismissed a writ petition against Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra seeking a probe by Parliament. The writ petition filed by advocate Madhav Kumar Basnet was filed by registrar Narayan Panthi. Supporters of his case are working to make the original copy of the statement available online. Advocate Basnet… Continue reading Writ petition filed against Chief Justice

Judge Chudal’s opinion: Dhungana did not misbehave in the Securities and Exchange Board

Justice Prakashman Singh Raut (left) and Justice Kumar Chudal. December 30, Kathmandu. There has been a difference of opinion between the two judges of the Supreme Court on the issue of irregularities of the then Chairman of Securities and Exchange Board, Bhishma Raj Dhungana. There is a difference of opinion in the court of Justice… Continue reading Judge Chudal’s opinion: Dhungana did not misbehave in the Securities and Exchange Board

‘False issues cannot be imagined in a civilized society’

29 December, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court, interpreting such an act as an abuse of power, said that it is unimaginable in a civilized society to file a false case against an innocent citizen by fabricating evidence. In the wake of drug abuse case against two Indian nationals arrested in a fraud case, the Supreme Court… Continue reading ‘False issues cannot be imagined in a civilized society’

न्यायपालिकाको नेतृत्व बदल्ने गरी जानुपर्छ

२८ पुस, काठमाडौं । जनताको पक्षमा प्रखर आवाज उठाउने परिचय बनाएका नेता हुन् गगनकुमार थापा । तर नेपाली कांग्रेसको महामन्त्री भएपछि सर्वोच्च अदालतको विवाददेखि सत्ता गठबन्धन लगायत थुप्रै विषयमा थापाको धारणा खोजी भइरहेको छ । तर उनी सार्वजनिक मञ्चहरुमा विगतमा झैं प्रखर नभएको गुनासो छ । महामन्त्री थापा भने आफ्नो काम गर्ने तरिका बदलिएको, तर… Continue reading न्यायपालिकाको नेतृत्व बदल्ने गरी जानुपर्छ

Why was Tharu not given reservation in recruitment? Supreme Court sought response from the government

December 20, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has demanded from the government that the Tharu community should not be given reservation in the advertisement of recruitment. Hearing a writ petition filed by Tharu Kalyankarini Sabha on Tuesday, a bench of Justice Bamkumar Shrestha sought a written reply on non-reservation of Tharu community in advertisements for recruitment… Continue reading Why was Tharu not given reservation in recruitment? Supreme Court sought response from the government

न्यायालय सिध्याउन देउवा, प्रचण्ड र ओली एकैठाउँ

१७ पुस, काठमाडौं । ७० वर्षे इतिहास बोकेको सर्वोच्च अदालतमा गएको १५ मंसिरदेखि प्रधानन्यायाधीशलाई निष्क्रिय राखेर न्यायिक कार्य सम्पादन हुँदै आएको छ । गोला प्रक्रियाबाट पेशी व्यवस्थापन गरिएकाले संवैधानिक इजलासबाहेकका अरु इजलासमा  सुनुवाइका निम्ति प्रधानन्यायाधीश चोलेन्द्रशमशेर जबराको आवश्यकता परेको छैन । न्यायाधीशहरू आफैंले तानेको गोलामा परेको पेशीको सुुनुवाइमा बस्ने गरेका छन् । यस्तो प्रक्रिया लागू… Continue reading न्यायालय सिध्याउन देउवा, प्रचण्ड र ओली एकैठाउँ

Interim order not to suspend Tourism Board CEO Regmi

December 14, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has issued an interim order not to immediately implement the decision to suspend Nepal Tourism Board’s Chief Executive Officer Dhananjay Regmi. A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Tourism Board, chaired by the Secretary in the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Maheshwar Nupane, took the… Continue reading Interim order not to suspend Tourism Board CEO Regmi

Supreme Court’s decision on organ donation: ‘close relative’ should have a broad definition

12 December, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has elaborated on the issue of organ donation and transplantation and said that kidney transplantation can be done through organ donation except to relatives as specified in the Act. The Supreme Court has broadened the definition of ‘close relative’ in the Human Organ Transplantation (Regular and Prohibited) Act, 2055.… Continue reading Supreme Court’s decision on organ donation: ‘close relative’ should have a broad definition