Spokesperson of Communist Party of Nepal, Narayan Kaji Shrestha has said the government's annual policy and programme is socialism-oriented. At a press meet organised by Nepal Press Organization, Gorkha chapter on Wednesday, he termed the previous year as successful in preparing foundation for prosperity.
The Karnali state government has made public the decisions taken by the Council of Ministers' meeting on May 7. State government spokesperson and Minister for Land Management, Agriculture and Cooperatives, Bimala KC, read out the 10 decisions of the state government amidst a news conference this morning.
Minister for Labour, Employment and Social Security, Gokarna Bista, has said that labour audit of government and private hospitals as well as clinics would be done within one and half months.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the incumbent government has only dreamt of projects that are realistic and feasible. He said this while replying to lawmakers' questions duringthe discussions on the government's policies and programmes for fiscal year 2019/20 in the meeting of the House of Representatives today.
President Bidya Devi Bhandari presented the government’s policy and programme for the fiscal year 2076/77 BS (2019-2020) before a joint session of the Federal Parliament today. The Federal Parliament consists of the House of Representatives remaining as the Lower House and the National Assembly which serves as the Upper House.
Bimala KC, Spokesperson of the Karnali State government, said organic agriculture was the first and foremost base of Karnali State. Inaugurating a building of Bulbue Agriculture Market Management Committee at Birendranagar in Surkhet on Thursday, she asserted Karnali's poverty would be made a history through the promotion of organic agriculture.
The State-5 government has concentrated its efforts for formulating periodic plan and discussing budget policies and priorities ahead of the budget presentation. State Assembly members now have engaged in budgetary discussions after the State Planning Commission prepared framework for main projects and programme.
The government is to present its policies and programmes for the coming fiscal year in both houses of the Federal Parliament on Friday. President Bidya Devi Bhandari would present the government's policies and programmes in the joint session of the House of Representatives and National Assembly on Friday afternoon, according to the Parliament Secretariat.
Local governments based in Baglung district have started consultations with stakeholders in course of the formulation of policy and budget for upcoming year. The first round discussion has been initiated in a way to unveil the policy and programme up to May 25.
The government is set to table its policy and programmes for the Fiscal Year 2019/20 before the parliament on May 3. President Bidya Devi Bhandari is scheduled to read out the government's policy and programmes in the Federal Parliament, Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara informed the meeting of the House of Representatives today.
Lawmakers in the House of Representatives, Development and Technology Committee have underscored the need of introducing the Communications Act in a way to regulate the social media rather than to control it. The lawmakers were speaking in the discussions on the principles of the Bill Designed to Make Provisions Regarding Information Technology.
Normally the period in between mid- March and mid-May is marked by hotter days. But this time, the weather pattern did not follow the routine. It appeared as though the monsoon had arrived before the time. Unexpected things would obviously make the people to plan differently.
Janaki rural municipality of Kailali has purchased a vehicle worth amounting to Rs 8.87 million when merely three months are to go to complete the current fiscal year. Local stakeholders have complained that the local government was giving emphasis on procuring vehicle instead of focusing on development works and implementation of other programmes.
Speaker of the House of Representatives Krishna Bahadur Mahara has made a special request to the government and stakeholders to make rescue and relief works effective, without any delay in the aftermath of the natural disaster in Bara and Parsa districts.
Collective Campaign for Peace (COCAP), a network of 43 peace and human rights non-governmental organisations, has urged the government to hold talks with the protesting Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) at the earliest and resolve the problems.
At least 12 people, including three soldiers, died in ongoing clashes between government forces and insurgents in central Mindanao region in the southern Philippines in the past two days, the military said on Tuesday. Maj. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana, commander of a military task force in central Mindanao, said fierce fighting erupted on Monday
The government is making preparations to form a five-member committee under the coordination of a former chief justice of the Supreme Court to select office-bearers to the transitional justice commissions. Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Bhanubhakta Dhakal said the committee shall pick new office-bearers to the two transitional justice commissions constituted to
A District Health Office has come into operation under the Gandaki State's Ministry of Social Development from Sunday. Manohar Biswokarma Poudel, Chairperson of District Coordination Committee, Parbat, inaugurated the newly-established office. The office has the posting of 12 employees, including Public Health Officer.
Youth education campaigners have demanded that the government should make education and health services free. Organising a press conference here today, the campaigners argued that this was necessary to ensure that no citizen would be deprived of their fundamental rights as right to education, health and employment.