Lawmakers, speaking in the special time of the House of Representatives today, drew the government's attention towards the control of price hike and black marketing. Prakash Rasaili, Prem Suwal, Durga Poudel and Dev Prasad Timilsina expressed their concern over increasing market price, insisting on the government interventions to curb it.
Most of the lawmakers speaking during the 'zero hour' in the House of Representatives meeting today, through the Speaker, drew the attention of the government on the landless squatters problem and road construction, among other issues. Lawmaker Yogesh Bhattarai called attention of the government to the need of making provisions for facilitating the financial institutions
The meeting today of the Judicial Council has decided to recommend 22 judicial service employees to be appointed as district judges. Those recommended include five from public prosecutors, 14 from judicial service and three from legal service, according to Council Secretary Nripadwaj Niroula.
Chief Commissioner of the National Information Commission (NIC) Krishna Hari Banskota has said that no official hiding information of public importance could escape legal action. Speaking in an interaction on Right to Information (RTI) by Bhaktapur chapter of FNJ today, Banskota added that some of the offices have not allocated information officers and the some information officers
Chief of Province 2 Ratneshwor Lal Kayastha today recognised yoga as important way for human to become healthy, while urging Nepalis to practise it for helping to make Nepal prosperous. "Yoga is an integral part of human life, which can give physical and mental benefits and helps to develop positive thinking and achieve intuitional realisation
The government's decision to integrate Nepal Academy, Nepal Fine Art Academy and Nepal Drama Academy into a single Academy has drawn wave among the academia. In this connection, Nepal Academy on Thursday organized a workshop 'Restructuring of Nepal Academy in the Current Context' to draw opinions from different sectors on the move.
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has directed the concerned sides to prepare capable, committed and ideal administrators in the country. Speaking in a programme organized to mark 68th anniversary of Public Service Commission (PSC) here in the capital, she suggested for bringing the programmes to enhance skills adopting modern technology in work execution through trainings.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defense Ishwar Pokharel, has said that the party had a great opportunity to work on the behalf of the people. In a press meet jointly organized by Press Chautari Nepal and Press Centre Nepal here today, DPM Pokharel, also Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) leader stressed on making the government policy and programme successful.
Lawmakers at the meeting of the House of Representatives today have drawn the attention of the government to difficulties in realizing its goal to attract 2000,000 tourists in next two years due to failure to conserve lakes. Speaking at a discussion on various subjects under meeting
Chiefs of all seven local governments in west Nawalparasi have demanded the government arrange security for them. The elected people's representative also called for improved overall security situation of the district including their physical safety. The chiefs of local governments have drawn the attention of federal government after inhuman and indecent behaviour meted out against Susta
The lawmakers of Karnali Province Assembly have suggested that the province government should unveil its budget by setting the priorities for development of the province. Taking part in the deliberations on the policy and programmes of the Karnali Province, they asked the province government to come up with the priorities.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the government was committed to discharge its responsibly towards the people. Speaking at a programme organized to launch the 'Hello Prime Minister' television programme's logo in the capital today, Prime Minister Oli urged the people to put their views confidently adding that all questions and quarries regarding government will be heard
The preliminary feasibility study for the proposed Raxaul-Kathmandu railway has begun. Nepal's Department of Railways says a team comprising technicians from India and Nepal are carrying out the study. In the first phase of the study, they will observe a place in Chobhar of Kathmandu where a railway station is proposed, according to the Department’s senior engineer Prakash Bhakta Upadhyaya.
The supreme court has asked the Investment Board Nepal to sign a memorandum of understanding before making its decision to seek Rs 100 million as performance guarantee from Kathmandu Monorail Company Ltd. A detailed project report of the Monorail project is to be made after the signing of the memorandum of understanding.
A joint sitting of the Federal Parliament (House of Representatives and National Assembly) scheduled for today was put off, citing a special reason. The session was summoned for 13: hrs today. The meeting has been postponed, following the directions of the chair of National Assembly and the Speaker until a next notice, as stated by the Federal Parliament Secretariat
The government of Nepal has requested to United Nations that they want its Department of Political Affairs in Nepal closed immediately. The government has said that Nepal's peace process has successfully concluded after the completion of the 3-tier elections under the new constitution. Last week, a cabinet meeting was held that took the decision to shut down the UN's DPA...
The budget deficit of the Government has increased to Rs. 138.23 billion in ten months of 2017/18 from a deficit of Rs. 0.51 billion in the corresponding period of the previous year. According to the Current Macroeconomic and Financial Situation of Nepal based on Ten Months' Data of 2017/18 released by Nepal Rastra Bank today...
The District Administration Office, Nuwakot, has recommended the names of construction entrepreneurs who failed to complete the given task in the slated timeframe. The contractors are blamed for leaving 31 development projects in limbo. The DAO collected the names of the contractors based on a circulation from the Ministry of Home Affairs and Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa 'Badal'
The government has decided to have provincial set up of the existing organization of Nepal Police. The meeting of the Council of Ministers today approved the quota of 3,101 for the provincial set up of Nepal Police, said Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Gokul Baskota. The government is to prioritize the arrangement of human resources in the local levels
The Department of Transport Management has recently been using online processes for the creation of driving licenses. Recently, there was a provision for registering for driving licenses online. Now, through the help of Aakash SMS, the Department of Transport Management is now providing results for Written tests as well as License Print Status via SMS.