Nepal | April 20, 2019

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  • Dahal only candidate for PM, House set to hold voting

    The Parliament Secretariat has published a notice with CPN Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal as the only candidate in the prime ministerial election....

  • No U-turn from secularism, federalism: Nembang

    KATHMANDU: Brushing aside the clamours for Nepal as a Hindu and unitary state, Constitution Assembly (CA) chair Subash Nembang Saturday said the country will not...

  • No U-turn from secularism, federalism: Nembang

    KATHMANDU: Brushing aside the clamours for Nepal as a Hindu and unitary state, Constitution Assembly (CA) chair Subash Nembang Saturday said the country will not...

  • ‘Brief statute’ possible: Nembang

    KATHMANDU: Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Chandra Nembang today said it will be possible to adopt a “brief constitution” if the parties reach a consensus on...

  • Nembang urges for consensus

    KATHMANDU: Chairman of the Constituent Assembly Subash Nembang on Wednesday urged the three major parties– Nepali Congress, UML and UCPN-Maoist to narrow the disputes regarding...

  • THT 10 YEARS AGO: Speaker says House can declare republic

    Speaker Subhas Chandra Nembang said today he was ready to declare the country a republic from the parliament’s rostrum if all the parties decided to this effect....

  • President calls House to elect PM thru voting

    President Ram Baran Yadav on Friday called the Parliament to elect the new Prime Minister through a majority voting process as per Article 298(3) of the Nepal's Constitution. ...

  • Leaders divided as pressure piles

    With growing pressure and continuing protests in the mid and far-west districts, leaders are under pressure to address the concerns of people, but are divided on the issues of the agitators. ...

  • Hopes for timely statute fading fast

    KATHMANDU: The Constituent Assembly Chairman today implicitly said that the country is set to miss the May 28 deadline to promulgate a new constitution “because...