NRNA elections to be held till November 30 postponed

Kathmandu, 18 October Non-resident Nepali Federation (nRNA), the umbrella organization of non-resident Nepalis living across the world, has decided to hold elections to elect the new executive committee by November 30 this year. Last week, the general conference, which will also hold elections scheduled for October 23-25, was postponed indefinitely due to foreign ministry interference… Continue reading NRNA elections to be held till November 30 postponed

nRNA general conference postponed, finally

Barcelona, ​​October 11 Non-resident Nepali Federation (nRNA), the umbrella organization of non-resident Nepalis living across the world has finally decided to postpone its 10th General Conference indefinitely. The new leadership for the organization was expected to be elected by the convention to be held in Kathmandu on 23-25 ​​October. However, the Ministry of External Affairs… Continue reading nRNA general conference postponed, finally

‘CJ’s choice’ Gajendra Hamal resigns from cabinet after controversy

Kathmandu, October 10 Gajendra Hamal has announced that he will resign as the Minister of Industries, Commerce and Supplies two days after his appointment. Hamal decided to drop it as his appointment had come into controversy. He has been cited as the choice of Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Rana for the Deuba cabinet as reports… Continue reading ‘CJ’s choice’ Gajendra Hamal resigns from cabinet after controversy

CPN-Unified Socialists chose pen as election symbol

Kathmandu, 8 October The CPN-Unified Socialists led by Madhav Kumar Nepal has decided to choose ‘pen’ as the party’s election symbol. The decision was taken by the party’s campaign department head Jagannath Khatiwada in the party’s standing committee meeting on Thursday. Khadivada maintains that the pen has been registered with the Election Commission as the… Continue reading CPN-Unified Socialists chose pen as election symbol

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

Bagmati CM Ashta Lakshmi Shakya will seek trust vote on Sunday

Kathmandu, 8 October Bagmati Chief Minister Ashta Lakshmi Shakya is demanding a trust vote in the provincial assembly on Sunday. While the provincial government has already called a meeting of the assembly on Sunday, Sakya also filed a motion to seek the trust vote on Friday. Since his government has already been reduced to a… Continue reading Bagmati CM Ashta Lakshmi Shakya will seek trust vote on Sunday

Province 2 Chief Minister Raut wins trust vote

Kathmandu, 06 October Provincial 2 Chief Minister Lalbabu Raut has won the trust vote in the provincial assembly on Wednesday. Raut got more than two-thirds of the votes in the provincial legislature. He needed to prove the confidence of the legislative body to continue his government because the party he represented, the Janata Samajwadi Party… Continue reading Province 2 Chief Minister Raut wins trust vote

The ruling Nepali Congress party in Nepal visits India at the invitation of the BJP

Kathmandu, 06 October A team of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s Nepali Congress Party is visiting India from Thursday at the invitation of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. Deuba’s confidante Prakash Sharan Mahat, who is also a former foreign minister, is leading the team in New Delhi. Uday Shamsher Rana and Ajay Chaurasia are the… Continue reading The ruling Nepali Congress party in Nepal visits India at the invitation of the BJP

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

Minister assures children of Nepal to get vaccine for Covid-19 soon after Dashain

Kathmandu, 3 October Minister of State for Health and Population Umesh Shrestha says that the government will provide COVID-19 vaccines to children below the age of 18 years soon after Dashain. The biggest festival of Nepal, Dashain, is being celebrated across the country from 7 to 20 October. Speaking at a function in Kathmandu on… Continue reading Minister assures children of Nepal to get vaccine for Covid-19 soon after Dashain