"Lets not make hue and cry about video conference," urges Minister Banskota29 Aug, 2019
Banskota clarified, " The video-conferencing between the PM and members of Council of Ministers was just a sit-down virtually to exchange information on the national concerns. It was not a cabinet meeting. I can't understand who named it a cabinet meeting and how false information is doing rounds among us."
Three arrested with 2 grams brown sugar29 Aug, 2019
The police have held three persons along with over 2 grams brown sugar from custom gate at Mechinagar-6 in Jhapa.
PM Oli leaves for Singapore22 Aug, 2019
Prime Minister Oli is accompanied by his spouse Radhika Shakya, chief political advisor Bishnu Rimal, personal doctor Dr Divya Singh Shah and personal secretary Rajesh Bajracharya, among others. National Assembly Chairperson Ganesh Prasad Timilsina, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence, Ishwor Pokharel, Minister for Home Affairs, Ram bahadur Thapa, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali and leaders of Nepal Communist Party including General-Secretary Bishnu Poudel, bade...
Indian External Affairs Minister Jaishankar calls on President Bhandari22 Aug, 2019
During the meeting held at the Office of the President in Sheetal Niwas, they discussed on relations between Nepal and India, and their mutual welfare and interests. Ambassador of Nepal to India Nilambar Acharya, Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Shankar Das Bairagi, Secretary of the Office of President Hari Poudel and Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Manjeev Singh Puri, were present on the occasion.
Minister Baskota highlights need for protecting Dhorpatan19 Aug, 2019
The minister went on to say that the government was enacting 12 laws relating to journalism this year and it as he said would be an important period for journalists. On a different note, he called on journalists to use media as a means of exposing wrongdoing to the public. "Police is an authorised institution to invest any case independently and none is above the law," the minister said.
Education Minister vows curriculum to be updated to improve quality of educationBy sabin
The Education Minister said that a national campaign aimed at providing education to all children of the school-going age has been forwarded. He said so in the Natiopnal Assembly meeting today while responding to questions related to his ministry raised by lawmakers during deliberations on the Appropriation Bill, 2076 BS. The Education Minister said that a national campaign aimed at providing education to all children of the school-going age has been forwarded.
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