Sher Bahadur Deuba cabinet gets full size after 3 months. Here is the complete list

Kathmandu, 8 October Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has given full size to his cabinet after almost three months of its formation. The cabinet expansion was delayed for various reasons, including the legal status of the newly formed CPN-Unified Socialists and a lack of understanding among the members of the ruling coalition. Deuba initially appointed… Continue reading Sher Bahadur Deuba cabinet gets full size after 3 months. Here is the complete list

There are flaws in Nepal’s tax system, the poor are hit the most

Inflation in Nepal has become common in the last few years. Inflation in July this year increased by 4.35 per cent, while the inflation rate in the transport and construction sectors rose by 9.43 per cent and 11.54 per cent, respectively. The rate is expected to rise after Parliament recently passed a budget replacement bill… Continue reading There are flaws in Nepal’s tax system, the poor are hit the most

MCC controversy in Nepal: Your incessantly requested questions answered

The proposed Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) grant in Nepal has been the discuss of the city for the previous few weeks. Various teams have organized a number of protests throughout the nation, principally in Kathmandu. have protested Space close to Parliament House, US Embassy and Prime Minister’s residence as nicely. On September 14, 2017 the… Continue reading MCC controversy in Nepal: Your incessantly requested questions answered

Nepal Budget 2021/22 Revised: 6 Key Things You Should Know

Kathmandu, 10 September The Sher Bahadur Deuba-led authorities on Friday launched a alternative invoice within the House of Representatives to amend the annual Nepal Budget Plan 2021/22 that was launched in an ordinance by former Finance Minister Bishnu Poudel. Poudel of CPN-UML offered the funds on May 29, days after the KP Sharma Oli authorities… Continue reading Nepal Budget 2021/22 Revised: 6 Key Things You Should Know

MCC grant controversy: US says neither army alliance nor Indo-Pacific technique

Kathmandu, 9 September The United States authorities has clarified that the 2017 Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) grant settlement signed between the governments of Nepal and the United States doesn’t pertain to any army or protection alliance of the US. It additionally clarifies that it isn’t a part of the disputed Indo-Pacific Strategy. In response to… Continue reading MCC grant controversy: US says neither army alliance nor Indo-Pacific technique

Fake contractors: ‘consumer teams’ in Nepal seize improvement tasks to depart them substandard and embezzle funds

The institution of “user groups” in Nepal was seen as a superb factor. When it began, it helped to hold out varied tasks within the communities. Projects that have been left in limbo have been accomplished expeditiously by these consumer teams and have been additionally appreciated by the communities. But, just lately, issues have been… Continue reading Fake contractors: ‘consumer teams’ in Nepal seize improvement tasks to depart them substandard and embezzle funds

MCC grant dispute: Nepal formally asks US to ‘clear the confusion’

Kathmandu, 4 September Nearly 4 years after signing the controversial Millennium Challenge Corporation settlement with the United States authorities, the Government of Nepal wrote to the MCC program in Washington, DC, asking to clear up some confusion. A ministry official stated the finance ministry yesterday wrote to the US embassy in Kathmandu asking it to… Continue reading MCC grant dispute: Nepal formally asks US to ‘clear the confusion’

Darchula incident: Investigation panel confirms presence of SSB personnel, but doesn’t maintain them accountable

Kathmandu, 1 September An investigation staff arrange by the Ministry of Home Affairs to probe the disappearance of Jaya Singh Dhami within the Mahakali river in Darchula district of far-western Nepal submitted its report back to Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand on Tuesday. The incident on July 30 attracted widespread consideration as a brief cable… Continue reading Darchula incident: Investigation panel confirms presence of SSB personnel, but doesn’t maintain them accountable

Partisan officers are maligning the picture of presidency establishments in Nepal

KP Sharma Oli positioned three ordinances and two suggestions for the dissolution of the House of Representatives earlier than President Vidya Devi Bhandari throughout his tenure as Prime Minister. Both the ordinances and the suggestions for dissolution of the House have been permitted by Bhandari nearly instantly. The final advice was handed by his workplace… Continue reading Partisan officers are maligning the picture of presidency establishments in Nepal

Madhav Kumar Nepal’s CPN-US, Mahant Thakur’s LSP formally registered

Kathmandu, August 25 The Election Commission on Wednesday cleared the registration purposes of two new parties- CPN-Unified Socialist led by Madhav Kumar Nepal and Loktantrik Samajwadi Party led by Mahant Thakur. The two events had utilized for registration final week after the federal government introduced in an ordinance to ease their break up from the… Continue reading Madhav Kumar Nepal’s CPN-US, Mahant Thakur’s LSP formally registered