Nepal Communist Party (NCP) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has maintained that the State should not adopt the policy of pampering one particular religion while negating others.
Chief Justice Om Prakash Mishra said baseless comments and criticism would weaken the judiciary. Inaugurating a national conference on human rights organised by Nepal Bar Association here on Monday, CJ Mishra further said, “Vague allegation that anomalies and corruption are propping up in judiciary does not make sense. One should lodge complaint stating who took how much and when”.
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said that favorable labor relations, easy availability of economically viable and youth manpower, internal market of nearly 30 million population and neighboring big markets and diverse legal and institutional provisions have made Nepal an attractive and secure destination for investment.
Chairman of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the grassroots level committees of the party would be constituted within some days to finalise the unification process of CPN. The process to conclude the unification up to the local levels is ongoing, Prachanda said at a greetings exchange programme organized by CPN in Chitwan today.
Nepali Congress (NC) central committee member Dr Shekhar Koirala has argued that the recommendation furnished in the amendment of NC's statute was not an appropriate thing to do.
Addressing the UNGA today, the PM said, "Our vision is of a comprehensive democracy that empowers individuals not only politically but also socially, economically and culturally."
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said Nepal has always avoided caveats as it has detrimental impact on mandate implementation and performance because it compromises much needed operational autonomy.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said any kind of 'cartel' would be unacceptable as it was necessary to pursue construction and production works together for achieving prosperity for the country.
The Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) has made it clear it has not taken any decision to mark 'black day' anytime soon citing an understanding has been made with the parties in the ruling coalition regarding amending the constitution.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has instructed the concerned officials to implement the 18-point Kathmandu Declaration issued in the 4th BIMSTEC summit.
Newly elected chairpersons of three thematic committees under the National Assembly, the upper house in the Federal Parliament of Nepal, took oath of office and secrecy today.
Naya Shakti Party Nepal coordinator Dr Baburam Bhattarai has opposed, saying the government declared prohibited zones at various places against the people's fundamental rights.