Stories By 'TIKA R PRADHAN'
Almost a year after the announcement of a merger between two leftist forces to form the country’s largest communist party, leaders on Monday announced official conclusion of the unification process.
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The ruling communist party leadership could announce the conclusion of the unification process between the erstwhile CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre) on Monday, coinciding with the establishment day of the Nepal Communist Party seven decades ago.
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Pressure is mounting on the ruling communist party from its own leaders to initiate action against Bishnu Poudel, general secretary of the party who has been embroiled in a controversy for buying a piece of land in Baluwatar in January 2005.
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The Nepali Congress has taken exception to what it calls Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s frequent use of ‘indecent’ terminologies to attack opposition parties.
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Experts say such a move could defeat the whole purpose of holding human rights violators to account, especially when government authorities themselves are involved in the offences.
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Every time the Office of the Auditor General releases its annual report, it brings to the fore several facets of how government money is spent and how state agencies fail to justify their spending. The report also points out flaws in procurement processes and misuse of grants and government facilities.
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The government has failed to deliver on various promises and such an act amounts to lying to Parliament, a parliamentary committee report states.
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