Nepal’s peace process failed to grab due attention: PM Dahal

Kathmandu, March 30: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said the success stories relating to peace process in Nepal failed to get due international recognition, claiming that the big countries themselves don’t want to publicize it. At an interaction programme with a peace delegation from Myanmar organized by the Institute of Crisis Management Studies and Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue here today, PM Dahal asserted, “The success of Nepal’s peace process is one of the examples in the world...

Local poll will be held at any cost: leader Khanal

Chitwan, March 30: CPN (UML) senior leader and former Prime Minister Jhalnath Khanal has said that the local poll will not be postponed under any pretext. In a press meet here today, leader Khanal claimed that some forces were plotting conspiracies to affect the election but it would be held in stipulated date May 14 at any cost. He further said that the government was trying to postpone the election but his party and public will not permit for...

Security preparation complete for local level election

Kathmandu, March 29: The Ministry of Home Affairs has stated that the necessary preparations have been completed for security arrangements for the local level election slated for May 14. Home Ministry spokesman Bal Krishna Panthi said all necessary security preparations have been made for holding the election in a free and fear-free environment. According to him, the security plan has been already prepared for the central level while such plans are in the phase of preparation at the regional...

UML condemns acts of UDMF cadres

Kathmandu, March 29: The CPN (UML) has condemned the acts of United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) of verbally abusing, offending and mistreating the spouse and daughter-in-law of CPN (UML) central member Suman Pyakurel. A group of the UDMF cadres led by district coordinator Dinesh Yadav allegedly encircled the two, verbally abused and attempted to harass them as they were in the Rajbiraj-based home in connection of personal works on Tuesday. The party thanked the police administration for rescuing the...

New dimension added to Nepal-China relations: PM Dahal

Kathmandu, March 29: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said the Nepal-China relations have assumed a new dynamism and dimension. Addressing a press conference organised at the VIP lounge of Tribhuvan International Airport upon his arrival home on completion of a visit to the People’s Republic of China today, PM Dahal said the high-level meetings and talks he held during the visit have further strengthened mutual trust and understanding. The PM stated that the main objective of the...

NC expedites preparations for local level election

Kathmandu, March 29: As the long overdue local level election is at hand, Nepali Congress (NC) has accelerated preparation in view of it. The local level election is to be held on May 14. The recently held three-day meeting of the NC central committee members held in Kathmandu has decided on various activities aimed at the constitution-mandated election and incorporated new provisions in its statute. According to the NC central member Dilendra Prasad Badu, various Committees have been formed, including...

PM Dahal reaches Lhasa

Kathmandu, March 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, who is on an official visit to China, observed the ancient Potala Palace in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China, today. The PM Dahal-led delegation was welcomed at Lhasa airport by employees of Consulate General of Nepal in Tibet including Consul General Gobinda Bahadur Karki. On the occasion, Dahal, who reached Lhasa today morning after a tour of Chengdu, the capital of China’s...

Maximum 16 Ministries in Centre

Kathmandu, March, 28: The Ministry of General Administration has prepared preliminary draft report with the provision to have maximum 16 Ministries in the Centre. The study sub-committee in this connection has suggested 12 to 16 Ministries in the Centre, said member Nanda Raj Gyawali. He shared that they were planning to suggest maximum 16 Ministries in the Centre. According to him the names for these Ministries will be decided after finalizing the number. It may be noted that the...

RPP extended meeting complete in 60 districts

Kathmandu, March 28: Extended meeting of the ruling Rastriya Prajatantra Party has been completed in around 60 districts across the country. Started from March 20 with the aim to strengthen party organisation across the country, the meeting had been affected in other remaining districts following the removal of constitutional monarchy and Hindu state from RPP statute by the Election Commission. Respective District Working Committees have been assigned to start holding the meeting. The holding of the meeting got affected...

FSU election underway in RR Campus

Kathmandu, March 28: The Free Students Union (FSU) election at Ratna Rajya (RR) Campus is underway as it was postponed for two times due to the disputes seen among the student organizations. According to campus Chief Dr Nirmala Kumari Suwal, the election was held as per the order of the Supreme Court. According to the latest update, around 1,000 votes have been cast and the voting is underway peacefully. The student wing All Nepal National Free Student Union (ANNFSU)...

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