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  • Five pc vote threshold, rhino as national animal sought

    A total of 25 notes of dissent were tabled over the modified version of the Constitution of Nepal, 2015 at the Constituent Assembly today...

  • PM vows to hold meet every Sunday

    KATHMANDU: Responding to UNMIN Chief Karen Landgren’s serious concern about the delayed process of integration and rehabilitation of Maoist combatants, Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal...

  • Govt publicises PM Oli’s itinerary, schedule for state visit to India

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday made public the itinerary and schedule of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's upcoming state visit to India...

  • Country will soon get outlet, assures DPM Thapa

    Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa has said the problems that surfaced in the country due to the agitation in the Tarai would be resolved soon as the ongoing talks with the agitating Madhesi leaders we...

  • Fifth UNMIN extension inevitable

    KATHMANDU: The process of integration and rehabilitation of the UCPN-Maoist combatants, which is a key component of the peace process, has come to a grinding...

  • Ministers point to security lapse

    KATHMANDU: An informal meeting of the council of ministers, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Bijaya Kumar Gachhadar this evening reviewed the first day of UCPN-Maoist-called...

  • Many a vexed issue stalling peace process

    KATHMANDU: Security council of United Nations has renewed the mandate of United Nations Mission in Nepal until 23 January 2010, as it is yet to...

  • Complexities of Madhesi politics

    KATHMANDU: Since the restoration of democracy in 2006, Madhes has been a prominent issue in Nepali politics. Madhes-based parties have been constantly struggling for the...

  • UML set to lead next government

    KATHMANDU: The central committee meeting of the CPN-UML on Saturday formally decided that the party was ready to lead a broad-based national government. A four-point...

  • Bhattarai reiterates threat to quit

    KATHMANDU: Senior leader of the ruling Unified CPN-Maoist and Finance Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai said on Saturday that his party might quit the government and...

  • Fresh NC protest against Maoists in offing

    KATHMANDU: The central committee meeting of the main opposition Nepali Congress on Tuesday decided to launch fresh protests to press the UCPN-Maoist against their series...