BCIM economic corridor and non-traditional security issues21 Jul, 2020
Due to the rise of the counter-globalization trend and obstacles to the compatibility of regionalism and nationalism, the influence of non-traditional security factors in geopolitics is gradually spreading and intensifying. With the slow progress of the construction of the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) Economic Corridor, non-traditional security factors have also shown certain characteristics and trends.
Anti-epidemic cooperation between Yunnan and neighbouring countries14 Jul, 2020
Yunnan has established joint prevention and control mechanism with relevant foreign departments of neighbouring countries, and built up effective communication mechanism to share control information and protection tips by bilateral meetings, talks and effective consultation
No alternative to dialogue; onus on India to sit for talksBy Saradchandra Bhandary
It is indispensable for India to sit for dialogue even to settle its differences with Nepal by accepting the new political and administrative map recently issued by the Government of Nepal since the reality that the Kali River that originates from and flows through Limpiyadhura is the actual origin of the Mahakali River and that areas to the east of this river including Lipulek and Kalapani belongs to Nepal have been established from historical evidences, documents, maps and other testimonials.
Group reports presented at NCP plenumBy RSS
The ongoing plenum of ruling NCP's central committee witnessed presentation of group-wise reports on the third day today.
RPP's CWC meeting, Party chair presents political reportBy RSS
Chairperson of Rastriya Prajatantra Party, Kamal Thapa, has presented political report in today's meeting of the party Central Working Committee (CWC). The political report is related for promoting investment and creating employment for country's economic prosperity.
NCP meeting receives state wise report31 Jan, 2020
Reporting form State chairs of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has started in the on-going meeting of the central committee of the party.
Two ministers from socialist party resign24 Dec, 2019
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Upendra Yadav has resigned today.
NCP’s Standing Committee Meeting ends, Central Committee meeting to be held on January 822 Dec, 2019
Nepal Communist Party’s (NCP) standing committee meeting, which had started on 13th December, 2019 has ended today. The standing committee meeting has decided that the upcoming meeting of central committee would be held on 8th January, 2020, at Kathmandu.
RJP in alliance with NCP for National Assembly Election18 Dec, 2019
Nepal Communist Party (NCP) and Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) have decided to form an alliance in the upcoming national assembly election.
NC CWC meeting scheduled for December 20By RSS
The meeting of the Nepali Congress central working committee scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed until December 20.
Deuba, Poudel factions inflexible on standBy RSS
The major opposition Nepali Congress is currently swayed by the debate on 14th national convention of the party. The convention related issues have badly affected the working committee meeting lately.
NCP finalises agenda for standing committeeBy RSS
The agenda for the standing committee meeting of the ruling party Nepal Communist Party (NCP) have been finalised. The secretariat meeting of the party held at Prime Minister's residence, Baluwatar, this morning set the agenda.
PM realigns cabinet of ministers21 Nov, 2019
President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, under the recommendation of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has realigned the cabinet of ministers, by issuing a press release on Thursday. As per the press release, eight ministers from the cabinet have been reshuffled.