PM Modi to visit Nepal in September

Kathmandu,July 26 : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to come to Nepal on a four-day visit in the third week of September. Indian security and diplomatic officials have launched preparations to make the visit take place on September 17-20. An Indian security team visited Kathmandu twice to take stock of the security situations here.

Oli, Dahal to name heads of departments today

Kathmandu,July 21 : Just as concerns were growing among ruling party leaders over a widening rift and trust deficit between the two top leaders, KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal appear to have found common ground. According to party leaders, the two co-chairmen have finalised after several rounds of talks tentative work divisions for the central members, departments and committees between the leaders of the former CPN-UML and Maoist party. According to the leaders, the two chairmen will...

French Embassy Hosts A Reception On Bastille Day

Kathmandu,July 16 : French Ambassador to Nepal Francois-Xavier LEGER hosted a reception at the Hotel De l’ Annapurna to celebrate the Bastille Day, French National Day. Vice President Nanda Kishor Pun was the chief guest of the program. High-level government officials, ambassadors of different countries, business communities, French national leaving in Nepal attended the reception.

Oli, Dahal agree on NCP’s political line

Kathmandu, July 7 Around 13 months after they announced the merger of CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre to form the Nepal Communist Party, its two chairmen have agreed on the party’s political line and other key documents, sources claim. Differences between KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, chairmen of dissolved UML and and Maoist Centre respectively, have left the merger at lower levels incomplete. Likewise, the party has not been able to publish its political report till now. One...

Merger will be finalised as per prior agreement: Dahal

Kathmandu,June 24 : Nepal Communist Party (NCP)’s Co-chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Sunday assured leaders of the erstwhile CPN-Maoist Centre that the NCP would move forward as per the agreement signed with the then CPN-UML during the party’s unification process in May 2018. A day after the NCP Central Secretariat meeting concluded without any result, Dahal called his aides to his Lalitpur residence to discuss the party’s merger. During discussions, Dahal said the party would follow the agreement signed...

Oli’s plan to reshuffle his Cabinet are true

Pokhara, June 20 Ruling Nepal Communist Party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has confirmed that media reports about Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s plan to reshuffle his Cabinet are true. Dahal says Oli is consulting him over the issue. However, it is Prime Minister’s jurisdiction and he is not much certain about the plan, Dahal claims. Speaking with journalists in Pokhara on Thursday morning, Dahal said, “As I am the chairperson, discussions have been held to reshuffle the...

PM Oli Criticized Nepali Media

Kathmandu,June 19 : Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that undemocratic forces are hatching a conspiracy against the federal republic system. “We all have to remain alert while keeping an eye on such activities,” said PM Oli. Critiquing former Prime Minister and NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba for obstructing the parliament, he termed the act of Nepali Congress as undemocratic. After main opposition party Nepali Congress’ obstruction of House of Representative, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli addressed a press...

Dahal brings up power-sharing issue again

Kathmandu,May 31 : A fresh debate on power-sharing within the ruling Nepal Communist Party has surfaced on social media platforms as a section of leaders within the party circulated a five-point agreement reportedly signed before the merger of the two communist entities to form the NCP a year ago. In a televised interview broadcast on Wednesday on Prime Television, Dahal brought up the five-point agreement signed between him and Oli a day before the unification of the Communist Party of Nepal...

Oli To Attend Inaugural Of Modi

Kathmandu,May 28 : Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will attend the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s inauguration on 30 May. According to Deshsanchar quoting foreign ministry officials confirmed Oli’s attendance in the shorn-in ceremony. Prime Minister Oli is currently chairman of SAARC and BIMSTEC. However, he has invited as member of BIMSTEC. India has invited the leaders of Nepal Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Nepal and Bhutan to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s inauguration on 30 May, signalling the primacy of...

Dahal, Oli hold talks

Kathmandu,May 23 : Nepal Communist Party chairmen PM KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal met on Wednesday and held decision on how to take the party forward. They talked regarding party unification and things the government should be doing in the future. They also discussed keeping the party unified. NCP General Secretary Bishnu Paudel said that this was a regular meeting between the two and there was nothing secretive about it.

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