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  • Govt fixes number of staff for each province

    File image: Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers Kathmandu, May 28: The federal government has fixed the number of staff required for each of seven provincial governments in the country, on Monday. Approving the proposal of the revised organisational structure of the Office of Chief Minister and Council of Ministers and provincial ministries, the government says 3,227 staff are required for the provincial governments in total. Each province will have 461 employees. The Cabinet meeting held...

    Federal Socialist Forum Nepal to join government

    Kathmandu, May 28 : The Federal Socialist Forum Nepal is to join the KP Sharma Oli-led government. The two-point agreement reached between the Communist Party of Nepal and Socialist Forum at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar today paved the way for the Forum’s participation in the government. According to the PM’s Personal Secretariat, two chairpersons of the CPN — KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ – and Forum Chairman Upendra Yadav signed the...

    Policies, programmes appropriate: PM Oli

    Kathmandu, May 27 :  Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has reiterated that government was working honestly to ensure rights, security, respect and opportunity to all people. Responding to the queries raised during the discussion at House of Representatives on the policies and programmes, PM Oli vowed that government would eliminate corruption, smuggling and black marketing by making effective the government mechanisms. “The fraud in the name of foreign employments and tax evasion will be eliminated,” he said, adding that...

    House begins, PM responds to queries regarding new policies and programmes

    Kathmandu, May 27 : A meeting of the House of Representatives, lower house in the bicameral Federal Parliament, began at 11:48 am today, 45 minutes late than the schedule. In the today’s meeting, Prime Minister KP Sharma is giving his replies to the queries raised by lawmakers regarding the government policies and programmes for the upcoming fiscal year (2018-19). Earlier, the House had spent three days for discussions over policies and programmes. The government policies and programmes were presented...

    Nepalis defending borders do not need lesson on nationalism: Deuba

    Kathmandu, May 23: Parliamentary party leader of the main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) Sher Bahadur Deuba has stated that the people who are defending the country’s borders do not need lesson on nationalism. “Our brothers and sisters defending the country’s borders in the east, west, north and south do not need pages full of lesson on nationalism,” Deuba said commenting on the government’s policies and programs in the parliament. “All Nepali people are nationalist. They all are defending the...

    Lawmakers of ruling, opposition parties debate govt policy and programme in House

       File: A meeting of House of Representatives Kathmandu, May 23: The House of Representatives on Wednesday has begun discussions on the government’s annual policy and programme that President Bidya Devi Bhandari presented before a joint meeting of both houses of Federal Parliament on Monday. As the discussion began, opposition lawmakers criticised the policy citing it was impractical and ambitious. The main opposition Nepali Congress’ President Sher Bahadur Deuba himself spoke first. He commented that the policy tried to...

    Unification, base for stability, prosperity: PM Oli

    Kathmandu, May 23 : Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the unification between two communist parties has created a base for stability, peace, good governance and prosperity in the country. While inaugurating the General Council Meeting of World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) here today, the Prime Minister and Chair of recently formed Communist Party of Nepal through merger of the then Oli-led CPN (UML) and the CPN (Maoist Center), promised the creation of a strong foundation to...

    Nepal Communist Party accused of ignoring inclusion

    Kathmandu,May 23:Annapurna Post, Nagarik, Naya Patrika, Republica and The Himalayan Times have analysed the composition of newly unified Nepal Communist Party’s Central Committee to conclude that it is not inclusive so as to represent different social and cultural groups of the country. Women cover just around 17 per cent share of the 441-member Committee though the statute of the party itself has made it mandatory to have at least 33 per cent women in the Committee, according to newspaper reports. Likewise, participation of Janajatis, Dalits,...

    NC Morang’s regional assembly concludes

    Kathmandu, May 22 : Nepali Congress in Morang Area no 5 concluded its regional meeting on Monday at Buddhanagar.  The assembly was held to strengthen the party’s organization in the towns and blocks, provide training to its cadres and make the people aware of the party’s policies.  During the assembly presided over by NC Area no 5 Regional President, Dillip Pokharel, party’s district members Rajesh Gupta and Navaraj Pandey along with youth leader Sukdev Mandal urged NC’s General Committee and...

    Province 3 Infrastructure Minister vows to make all streets dust-free

    Kathmandu, May 20: In a bid to provide a sigh of relief to the public from everyday dust and pollution, the government of Province 3 has put forth a proposal to make streets here pollution-free. Provincial Minister for Physical Infrastructure Development, Keshav Sthapit, has proposed the plan and the provincial government is preparing to sign an agreement with an American company for the same. According to the Ministry, the government is in contact with Steadfast to use an eco-friendly...

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