Kathmandu, Sept. 30: The Non-Resident Nepalis Association (NRNA) has expressed concerns to the ongoing unease situation created in the country after the promulgation of the new constitution. Issuing a press statement, NRNA President Shesh Ghale has said that the NRNs are deeply saddened to lear
New York (America), Oct 1: Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj has made it clear that India never stands for reinstating monarchy in Nepal. In an around 45-minute-long meeting with Nepal's Minster for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey on the sidelines of 70th session of the
New York, Oct 2: Deputy Prime Minister Prakashman Singh has said that the new constitution promulgated in Nepal has guaranteed the fundamental rights of the citizens and has ambitiously broadened the rights of women, children, elderly and differently able persons as well as marginalized communities.
Morang, Oct. 3: The industrialists in Morang have paid as high as Rs 350 million additional fees to the Indian side due to delay in cargo clearance from the Indian customs officials during the ongoing unofficial blockade from India. Senior Vice-Chairman of Morang Trade Organisation Rajendra Rau
Bhadrapur, Oct. 5: Four vehicles carrying LP Gas have entered Nepal last night from the Kakadbhitta entry point, the Area Police Office Kakadbhitta said. So far, a total of 127 cargos entered Nepal on Saturday while 65 goods-laden trucks arrived on Sunday evening and 45 other vehicles including
Kathmandu, Oct 6: CPN (UML) deputy general secretary Bishnu Poudel has said that the UML chair KP Sharma Oli would lead the new government on the consensus among the major political parties. Speaking in a face-to-face programme organized by Reporters' Club here today, leader Poudel shared that
Kathmandu, Oct 8: Federal Socialist Forum chairman Upendra Yadav has said that the government was not serious to resolve the present political imbroglio. Talking in a face-to-face interaction programmme here in the capital, today, the FSF chair Yadav said the problem was increasing as the gover